CFP: [20th] James Joyce Research Colloquium, University College Dublin, Ireland, 16-20 April 2008

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Anne Fogarty

James Joyce Research Centre, University College Dublin, Ireland

This international colloquium aims to provide a forum for the discussion of
current and future developments in James Joyce Studies by leading Joyce
scholars and to facilitate detailed and active exchange about the
challenges and problems of undertaking research on Joyce.
        Speakers will analyse and debate the usefulness of particular
methodologies and theoretical positions for aspects of research projects
that they have concluded or their applicability for works in progress. The
delegates at the colloquium will include doctoral and post-doctoral
students currently engaged in research on Joyce at universities in Europe,
the US, and elsewhere.
The speakers at the 2008 colloquium are as follows: Professor Brian
Caraher (Queen's University, Belfast), Dr Luca Crispi (University College
Dublin), Professor Daniel Ferrer (Institut des Textes et Manuscrits
Modernes, Paris), Professor Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin),
Professor Hans Walter Gabler (University of Munich), Professor Michael
Groden (University of Western Ontario), Professor Geert Lernout
(University of Antwerp), Professor Vicki Mahaffey (University of York), Dr
Emer Nolan (National University of Ireland, Maynooth), Professor Paul
Saint-Amour (University of Pennsylvania), and Dr Sam Slote (Trinity
College Dublin).


Scholarship funding is available for doctoral and postdoctoral students and
will cover accommodation, travel, and tuition fees. Applicants should
forward a curriculum vitae, a letter of interest, an academic reference,
and any other relevant documentation. The deadline is 5 February 2008.
Late applications may be considered. For further details and initial
inquiries contact Professor Anne Fogarty, UCD James Joyce Research Centre,
School of English, Drama and Film, University College Dublin, Belfield,
Dublin 4, Ireland. Telephone: +353-17168159; email:

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