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Joyce Studies Annual Current Issue


Seeing James Joyce’s Ulysses Into the Digital Age: Forty Years of Steering an Edition Through Turbulences of Scholarship and Reception

Hans Walter Gabler

A Lifelong Odyssey, Ulysses and Me: The Gifford and Seidman Annotation

Robert J. Seidman

Philatelic Ulysses

Julieann Veronica Ulin

Leopold Bloom on Death

Jefferey Simons

“The link between nations and generations”: Cissy Caffrey as Radicalized and Sexualized Other in James Joyce’s Ulysses

Casey Lawrence

Building Metonymic Meaning with Joyce, Deleuze, and Guattari

Gabriel Renggli

One Man Like a City: Masculinity and History in Finnegans Wake and William Carlos Williams’s Paterson

Michelle McSwiggan Kelly

“A phantom city, phaked of philim pholk”: Spectral Topographies and Re-awakenings in James Joyce’s Finnegans Wakeand Sheridan Le Fanu’s The House by the Churchyard

Katie Mishler

Spies in Joyce’s “The Sisters”: Allegorical Histories, the Irish Rebellion, and The Count of Monte Cristo

Bonnie Roos


Drawing on Finnegans Wake: “the one the pictor of the other”

Peter O’Brien


The Horses of “Araby”

Richard J. Gerber