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CFP: Cognitive Joyce: The Neuronal Text, Paris – 27-28/05/2011

Posted by James Joyce Italian Foundation on 19/10/2010

The Université Sorbonne Nouvelle – Paris 3 with the support of the Institut du Monde Anglophone is organising an international conference entitled “Cognitive Joyce: The Neuronal Text” which will be held on 27– 28 May 2011 in Paris.

300-word proposals in French or in English, including a provisional title and a short biographical notice, should be sent by 31 January 2011 to Caroline Morillot (caroline.morillot@univ-paris3.fr) and Sylvain Belluc (sylvain.belluc@etud.sorbonne-nouvelle.fr).

More detailed information available on the conference webpage: Cognitive Joyce: The Neuronal Text – Call for Papers

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The JJIF at the 2010 ESSE Conference, Turin

Posted by James Joyce Italian Foundation on 07/10/2010

On the occasion of the Tenth International Conference of the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE) held in Turin on the 24-28 August 2010, a seminar was devoted to James Joyce. Its convenors were Franca Ruggieri (Università Roma Tre) and Anne Fogarty (University College Dublin). The title chosen for the seminar was “Reading James Joyce in the 21st Century: the European Context”.

Richard Ellmann stated over fifty years ago that we are still learning to be Joyce’s contemporaries. This seminar was intended to prove the still convincingly sound actuality of this statement focusing the attention on the presence of James Joyce in contemporary culture, considering his works through the perspective of contemporary studies and tracing his influences on post modernist and contemporary Irish writers. Read the rest of this entry »

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