In the lecture series there are two lectures today: Dr Paul Fagan, Maynooth University gives a lecture on the topic of "Why cant you kiss a man without going and marrying him first’: Feminist Celibacy and the Marriage Question in Ulysses" and Dr Katherine Ebury, University of Sheffield talks about "Joyce and Appeal: Between Law and Ethics".
In honour of the 100th anniversary of the publication of James Joyce's "Ulysses," the EUF and CAU-Kiel have joined together to host a lecture series and virtual reading group on Ulysses, entitled "21st-Century Joyce: Ulysses 100 Years On." The 11 lectures, given by prominent European Joyceans, cover a variety of subjects: from mimesis, to critical propaganda, to disability studies, to borderland narratives, to homeric memory, to garment cultures, to feminist celibacy, to law and ethics, to globalism, to the golden mean... and many things in between!
All of the lectures are geared towards a non-specialist audience and will be offered in hybrid format (i.e. in person at the EUF or in Kiel [as indicated] and online, simultaneously). All are very welcome!!
- HEL 164, EUF
Webex-Meeting-Kennnummer: 2730 099 4991
- Prof Dr Michelle Witen (with CAU-Kiel's Prof Dr Nicola Glaubitz, Dr André Schwarck, Victoria Allen)