Celebrating the centenary
of James Joyce's
All day youd never know
Readings, screenings, discussion and music across the Museum of Literature Ireland
First Annual Dedalus Lecture: Paul Muldoon
“Spinoza’s Shillelagh: Some Thorny Issues in Ulysses”
MoLI Bloomsday Garden Party
Music from Celaviedamai | Hazey Haze | DJ Discomedusa
International James Joyce Symposium
An invitation to Joyceans to return once again to the city he situated so durably and resoundingly on the literary map.
The action is decidedly ordinary and everyday. But Joyce’s novel is revolutionary in this regard, as it completely expands what fiction can depict.
Get Started with Ulysses
Ulysses: A Conversation with Ambassador and Professor, Dan Mulhall
Dan Mulhall joins Aurora Piñeiro and Mario Murgia for a conversation about his latest work.
Mr. Bloom's Reading Club
An on-line reading club for newcomers and these who want to give ULYSSES another chance.
[A captioned Joyce]
Understanding Joyce from the Deaf perspective. Diversity and Joyce. An insight into deaf perceptions transferred...
The Reader’s Joyce
Rethinking the relationships between author, reader, and text in literature and criticism, through a study...
David Collard and Rónán Hession discuss Collard's, Multiple Joyce: One Hundred Short Essays About James...