[Msa-discuss] North American Joyce Conference in San Marino and Pasadena

Michael Groden profmachugh at rogers.com
Sun May 22 11:56:42 EDT 2011

I am posting this for Colleen Jaurretche, the conference director.
	Michael Groden

James Joyce
at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens 
and California Institute of Technology, Pasadena
Presented by Libros Schmibros Lending Library and Bookshop 
The XXII North American James Joyce Conference, with a theme of "Joyce in Science and Art", will be held June 12-16th 2011, at The Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens in San Marino, CA, with one day at California Institute of Technology, in Pasadena. Notable presenters will include Nicholson Baker, Pulitzer Prize-winner Paul Muldoon, Eavan Boland, and Sinead Morrissey.  Academic panels cover topics ranging from physics to rock music to Irish politics. “This year will be especially exciting” says conference director and Joyce scholar Colleen Jaurretche, "because we’re looking at the ways traditionally separate fields shaped Joyce's writing, and vice versa.  Plus we’re seeing strong registration from new scholars, which just confirms Joyce's canonical place in 21st-century literary study."
"Joyce in Science and Art" immediately follows “Irish Aestheticism” at UCLA's William Andrews Clark Library in Los Angeles, June 10-11, 2011.  Visit www.joyceconference2011.com for more details, and/or to register for the conference.  Transportation and many meals are covered by the registration fee.  Registration closes May 31, 2011. Please contact Colleen Jaurretche at joyceconference2011 at gmail.com.
Michael Groden
Distinguished University Professor
Department of English
University of Western Ontario
   email: mgroden at uwo.ca
   Web page: http://publish.uwo.ca/~mgroden/

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