I'm in need of an essay on James Joyce for a collection tentatively
Having Our Own Field Day: Essays on the Irish Canon
The collection is a critical evaluation of the Irish canon and offers
new innovative readings of canonical figures as well as readings of
those marginalized by the Field Day Anthology.
I'm looking for a fresh reading of Joyce that perhaps reimagines his
place in the canon (through postmodern, postcolonial or through another
theoretical lens), reevaluates his influence in Irish or other national
literatures, or reads his work against the grain of a current critical
Please send a detailed proposal and cv to me asap.