For the first talk in our Autumn/Winter lecture series at the James Joyce Centre on Monday 16th September 2019, Dr. Jonathan Creasy delivered a talk on “Joyce in Performance.” “He ought to have either died naturally or on the scaffold high. Like actresses, always farewell positively last performance then come up smiling again” – “Eumaeus”, Ulysses. […]
With so much happening on Culture Night, it’s good to have a theme for your evening of unwrapping Culture in the city. Why not follow the Dublin Northside Attractions trail, made up of some of the city’s most vibrant attractions that are a key not only to the character of Dublin city but also to […]
On 16th October, as part of the 2019 Autumn/Winter Course, the James Joyce Centre will be hosting a performance of Declan Gorman’s “The Dubliners Dilemma.” It begins in London shortly before WW1, in the basement workroom of publisher Grant Richards, who had previously rejected ‘Dubliners’ out of worry it might breach strict obscenity laws. Now […]
During the month of August the James Joyce Centre hosted an exhibition celebrating the 40th anniversary of the North Great George’s Street Preservation Society. The exhibition celebrated the work the society has done with the preservation of Georgian buildings on North Great George’s Street including the James Joyce Centre itself, which dates back to 1784.
The James Joyce Quarterly have published a review of Senator David Norris’s reading of Finnegans Wake. In Volume 55. Issue 3-4 of the journal, Dr. Michelle Witen of University of Basel reviewed Norris’s one-take reading from Joyce’s final novel. The reading is available to listen in the Maginni Room at the James Joyce Centre and […]