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Bloomsday Panels at Irish Studies

Date & time

Monday, June 13, 2016
10 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Speaker(s)

Various

Cost

Free

Contact

Matina Skalkogiannis
438 969 3300

Where

Henry F. Hall Building
1455 De Maisonneuve W. Room 1001.01 (10th floor)

Wheelchair accessible

Yes

Please join us for a series of panel discussions about James Joyce’s monumental novel Ulysses (1922). Increase your knowledge and engage in the academic discussion about Joyce, Irish Literature, and Culture.

MISTAKES ARE THE PORTALS OF DISCOVERY

Panel 1 – Ulysses in History – 10:00-11:15 am

Daniel O’Leary, “Every Book in the National Library: the Victorian Hermeneutics of Joyce’s Ulysses

Dónal Gill, “Imagined Solidarities: The Boer War in Ulysses

Antoine Malette, “L’Irlande-en-Québec: representations irlandaises et résonances joyciennes chez Hubert Aquin, Victor-Lévy Beaulieu et Jacques Ferron / Irlande-en-Québec: Irish representations and Joycean resonances in the works of Hubert Aquin, Victor-Lévy Beaulieu and Jacques Ferron” (*This presentation will be in French)

Panel 2 – Gastronomic Ulysses – 11:30 am -12:45 pm

Derek Gladwin, “Gastronomy, Geography, and Affect in Ulysses”

Marika Brown, “Eat or be Eaten: Vegetarianism, Cannibalism, and the Animal Other in Ulysses”

Megan Abley, “Sweets & Meats: The Gendering of Flavours in Ulysses”

Lunch Break – 12:45-1:45

Panel 3 – Why Study Ulysses? – 2:00-3:00 pm (Concordia Student Roundtable)

Dominic Richard

Marika Brown

Megan Abley

Dónal Gill

Antoine Malette

*All panels will be moderated by Dr. Derek Gladwin, Visiting Research Fellow, School of Canadian Irish Studies, Concordia University

To reserve your spot, please register for this event on the Bloomsday Montréal website at bloomsdaymontreal.com or contact them at +1 (438) 969-3300 or bloomsdaymontreal@gmail.com

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