Thomas F. Staley, "A Life with Joyce"
Robert Spoo, "Litigating the Right to Be a Scholar"
Carol Loeb Shloss, "Copyright and the Joyce Estate: Legal Issues, Moral Issues, &
Unresolved Issues in the Publication of Lucia Joyce: To Dance in the Wake"
Alistair McCleery, William S. Brockman, and Ian Gunn, "Fresh Evidence and
Further Complications: Correcting the Text of the Random House 1934 Edition of
Garry Leonard, "He’s Got Bette Davis Eyes: Joyce and Melodrama"
Margot Gayle Backus, "’Odd Jobs’: James Joyce, Oscar Wilde, and the New Journalism"
William Sayers, "The Russian General, Gargantua, and Joyce Writing ‘of his wit’s waste’
in Finnegans Wake"
Sam Slote, "1904, A Space Odyssey"
Michael Lapointe, "Irish Nationalism’s Sacrificial Homosociality in Ulysses"
Andre Cormier, "’Our eyes demand their turn. Let them be seen!’: The Transcendental
Blind Stripling in Ulysses"
Carl Köhler, Sketches of James Joyce Going Blind
Carla Baricz, "The Finnegans Wake Diagram and Giordano Bruno"
Frank Kerins, "’Sounding strangely in my ears’: Foregrounded Words and Joyce’s
Revision of 'The Sisters'"
Steven Doloff, "Sworn and Forlorn: Chateaubriand’s Atala and Joyce’s ‘Eveline’"