On 16th October, as part of the 2019 Autumn/Winter Course with Dr. Caroline Elbay, the James Joyce Centre hosted 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 […]
The second talk in our Autumn/Winter lecture series at the James Joyce Centre took place on Monday 14th October 2019. Sinéad Murphy and Darina Gallagher delivered their performative lecture on “Making Joyce – Translating Joyce for Live Theatre Performance”. Sinéad and Darina’s lecture focused on their process of translating Joyce for theatre performance and included […]
The James Joyce Centre started our Autumn/Winter Lecture series in the beautiful Kenmare Room with ‘First Sightings of James Joyce’s Ulysses’, a talk by Ed Mulhall on the serialisation of Ulysses in the Little Review magazine from March 1918.
Thank you to all who came to Culture Night at the James Joyce Centre. Experiencing the Centre at night time added to the magical atmosphere. Sinead and Darina entertained a packed house with their ‘Songs of Joyce’.
The James Joyce Centre is proud to present the schedule for this year’s Autumn/Winter Lecture Series. This season will see an impressive line-up of established scholars bring their various disciplinary interests to the table in a programme that touches on topics ranging from politics, history and music to the World Wide Web. Lectures take place […]