Autumn/Winter Lecture Series at the James Joyce Centre

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 […]

Dublin’s Cinemas of Old

Back in November we shared this lovely short documentary about Dublin’s old ‘picture houses’, as described by the Dublin residents that attended them back in the day. James Joyce famously founded the Volta Cinema, Ireland’s first dedicated cinema, on Mary Street in 1909. Unfortunately, only a year later Joyce was contacted regarding closing the cinema […]

Clinton Cahill’s Illuminating the Wake no. 22

FW p. 61.28 – 62.4, charcoal   In my previous post I discussed the visualization of various personages interviewed about Earwicker’s character, reputation and deeds.  The images in this post are of a section of the text over pages 61 – 64.  The section starts with the casting of doubt on the reliability memory, of […]

Online Resources

Below is a list of articles and website resources that pertain to Joyce’s life and work. They are listed alphabetically under the name of the author/website. Doyle, John “A Would-be Dirty Mind”: D.H. Lawrence as an Enemy to Joyce Duszenko, Andrzej The Joyce of Science: Quantum Physics and Relativity Theory in Finnegans Wake Fin Wake – an […]