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Clever, Very: Nuala O’Connor

Recently, Nuala O’Connor won The JJQ’s fiction contest, which asked participants to submit their own version of the short story titled “Ulysses” that Joyce briefly considered adding to Dubliners.  Her prize-winning entry appears in JJQ 55.1-2. As part of our... MORE

Issue 55.1-2

PERSPECTIVES “It darkles, (tinct, tint) all this our funnaminal world”: The Zurich James Joyce Foundation Workshop, 5-12 August 2018 Mikaela Kelley ARTICLES Introduction to “Encyclopedia Joyce”: On Being Very Big James Blackwell Phelan and Kiron Ward Ulysses, Annotation, and the... MORE

Reading Ulysses in High School—For Fun!

Imagine a bunch of high school students staying after school in order to dig into Joyce’s Ulysses.  Although it sounds ambitious, that is exactly what a group of students are doing. Dylan Emerick-Brown is an English teacher at Deltona HS in... MORE

JJQ Anti-Harassment Statement

29 November 2018 On November 8, the James Joyce Quarterly received an open letter that alleged instances of sexual harassment and misconduct at numerous Joyce-related events sponsored by the International James Joyce Foundation and other such organizations.  The letter was... MORE

Clever, Very: Mary Burke

As part of our “Clever, Very” series, we recently interviewed Mary Burke, Associate Professor of English and Director of the Irish Literature Concentration at UConn. She is author of “Tinkers”: Synge and the Cultural History of the Irish Traveller (Oxford).... MORE

Issue 54.3-4

PERSPECTIVES The Joy of the Joycean World: The James Joyce Spanish Association Conference, Bilbao, Spain, 5-6 April 2018 Macarena Martín Martínez Some Essays About Aesthetics: The Twenty-Sixth International James Joyce Symposium, Antwerp, Belgium, 11-16 June 2018 Lillian Hingley ARTICLES Forgotten... MORE

Clever, Very: Richard Barlow

As part of our “Clever, Very” series, we recently interviewed Richard Barlow, an assistant professor at Nanyang Technological University and author of The Celtic Unconscious: Joyce and Scottish Culture as well as multiple articles about Joyce. Dr. Barlow will be... MORE

A scan of four playing cards from a Ulysses Themed deck. The cards are black ink illustrations on top of a rainbow that stretches from the bottom left of each card to the top right. On the top left card is the 10 of spades with a bare-chested woman with waves wrapping around her with the caption "yes". On the top right is the Jack of diamonds, with a child-like Satan sitting on a egg-like orb. On the bottom left is the 4 of diamonds, featuring a crucified Jesus wearing a bowler hat and with a long thin fish covering his abdomen at an angle; the caption reads" INRI-IHS I have suffered iron nails ran in". The final card on the bottom right is the queen of spades, representing Anne Hathaway with her head peeking out from the Globe theater stage. End image description.

Issue 54.1-2

PERSPECTIVES The Curse of a Title: bloominauschwitz (or, What’s Leopold Bloom Got To Do With It?) Patrick Morris ARTICLES Hunter and Gatherers: On the Trail of the Dubliners “Ulysses” and Its Mysterious Hero Marc A. Mamigonian A Committee Room. A... MORE

Clever, Very: Michelle Witen

Michelle Witen will be co-leading this Summer’s Zurich James Joyce Foundation’s Annual Workshop on the theme, Joycean Animals.  She is a Postdoctoral Research and Teaching Fellow at the University of Basel’s Department of English Linguistics and Literature, and she has... MORE