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JJQ Welcomes Two New Board Members

The James Joyce Quarterly is delighted to welcome two new members to its international Editorial Advisory Board: Dr. John Nash and Dr. Jolanta Wawrzycka. Both are distinguished experts in the field and will bring to the board some new expertise... MORE

Clever, Very: Matthew Hayward

For this “Clever, Very” interview, Matthew Hayward spoke with us about his scholarship regarding the way in which Joyce collected information on commerce in his article, “‘Knowing Damn All About Banking Business’: Re-opening James Joyce’s ‘Notes on Business and Commerce’” which... MORE

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Volume 52.3-4

PERSPECTIVES The Energy of Modernity: The 2016 Boston Joyce Forum, Boston College, 12 November 2016 Fabrizio Ciccione ARTICLES “Knowing Damn All About Banking Business”: Reopening James Joyce’s “Notes on Business and Commerce” Matthew Hayward “On Lifting the Lid of the Desk”:... MORE

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Sneak Peak: 52.3-4 Cover and Table of Contents

We’re excited to announce that we are making great progress on our next double-issue, volume 53 issue 3-4!  To whet your appetite, here is a preview of the cover and the table of contents.        

Announcement: Ulysses Recovered Book Cover Contest Winners

For the last several months, the James Joyce Quarterly, Booksmart Tulsa, and the Guthrie Green have been holding the Ulysses Recovered Book Cover contest, in which we invited artists to design new covers for the book we celebrate each year on... MORE

Joyce in 100 Objects: Pomes Penyeach

We know Joyce primarily as a prose writer and novelist, but he did publish two slight volumes of poetry: Chamber Music in 1907 and Pomes Penyeach in 1927. The latter contains thirteen short pieces of verse written roughly between 1904... MORE