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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

Clever, Very: Judith Paltin

For our latest installment of “Clever, Very,” we interviewed Dr. Judith Paltin about her article “Music, Intermediality, and Shock in Ulysses.” Dr. Paltin is an assistant professor in the Department of English Language and Literatures at the University of British... MORE

Issue 53.3-4

PERSPECTIVES Interview with Simon O’Connor, Director of the Ulysses Center “A Postcard from Zurich”: A Report on the 2017 Zurich James Joyce Foundation Workshop, Zurich, Switzerland, 30 July – 5 August 2017 Yaeli Greenblat “Getting Wind of a New Opening”:... MORE

James Joyce Center Summer Lecture Series

The James Joyce Centre, in Dublin, has announced their 2018 lecture series. It will feature a diverse assortment of speakers and will cover a range of topics from microbiology, to legal studies, and Joyce’s personal relationships. Dedicated readers of the... MORE

Clever, Very: Simon O’Connor

Simon O’Connor was recently appointed Director of the Ulysses Centre* at Newman House, a joint venture of University College Dublin and the National Library of Ireland. This exciting new cultural landmark is slated to open in Spring 2019. O’Connor is... MORE

Volume 53.1-2

PERSPECTIVES “Forging New Paths”: A Report on “Irish Modernisms: Gaps, Conjectures, Possibilities,” University of Vienna, 29 September-1 October 2016 Daniel Curran “Academic Trekkies”: A Report on “Diasporic Joyce,” The International North American James Joyce Conference, Toronto, Canada, 21-25 June 2017 ... MORE

A black and white etching that shows a woman in a dress at the top of stairs in the upper right corner. Her body faces the viewer with her head looking to the left. At the bottom of the stairs in the rear view of a man in a black top hat looking up at her. We can only see the back of his head.

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