Autumn/Winter Lecture Series 2017

The James Joyce Centre is proud to present the 2017 Autumn/Winter Lecture Series. Once again we’ve got a lot of fascinating talks to look forward to in this season’s offering, with Trevor White focusing on Joyce’s links to one of Dublin’s most admired political figures Alfie Byrne, Terence Killeen and Caroline Elbay discussing the continuing relevance of Joyce’s work in contemporary Ireland and Dermot Bolger sitting down with Peter Sheridan for a chat about the upcoming production of Ulysses at the Abbey Theatre.
Follow the links below to book your place or call us on 01 878 8547. Remember, places are free but limited, so book early to avoid disappointment.

“What is a Nation?”: Joyce, Bloom & the Post-Truth Trumpadours
Monday 4 September, 6:30pm


Adapting Ulysses for the Stage: Dermot Bolger in Conversation with Peter Sheridan
Tuesday 10 October, 6:30pm


Trevor White: James Joyce & the Little Lord Mayor (Alfie Byrne)
Monday 6 November, 6:30pm


Terence Killeen: Joyce Our Contemporary?
Monday 4 December, 6:30pm