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Hans Walter Gabler: “The Segments and the Whole: An Aspect of Joyce’s Art of Construction”

The MVP is thrilled to present the next installment of the YoU Lecture Series: Hans Walter Gabler on “The Segments and the Whole: An Aspect of Joyce’s Art of Construction.”

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Rob Berry and Mike Barsanti on ULYSSES “SEEN”

We are excited to present the next installment of the YoU Lecture Series: Rob Berry and Mike Barsanti on ULYSSES “SEEN,” graphic adaptation, and twenty-first-century censorship.

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“Dirty Eaters”: Bloom’s Eco-Critical Cycles in Lestrygonians

The MVP is happy to present the next installment of the YoU Lecture Series: James M. Clawson on “‘Dirty Eaters’: Bloom’s Eco-Critical Cycles in Lestrygonians.”

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Ulysses Versioned: The Fluid Text

How did the chanter compensate for this deficiency?

By a periphrastic version of the general text.

I had the honour of giving the inaugural lecture for this term’s Electronic Textual Cultures Lab‘s Brown Bag Lunch Series held on October 4, 2012 at the University of Victoria.

I am in the beginning stages of my project, “Ulysses Versioned: The Fluid Text,” as part of my postdoctoral research with the Modernist Versions Project (MVP). I first encountered James Joyce’s masterpiece (pace Wake scholars) as a graduate student at the University of Tulsa, where I had the opportunity to work as an Editorial Assistant with the James Joyce Quarterly (JJQ). Not only did I get to take an independent study on Ulysses with Sean Latham, the editor of the JJQ, but I also got to work with the vibrant community of Joyce studies. Joyce is one of the few modernist scholars who can support a robust journal industry on his own, and fans of his work extend well beyond the halls of academia.

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THE COMPLEAT ANGLER

The 4th installment of the YoU Lecture Series features Tom Grieve from Simon Fraser University. The lecture itself will appear in full in October. Until then, this short blog post by MVP Board member James Gifford (FDU) gives an entry to the text and responds to the topics broached in the very active chat accompanying it.

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