The Academic Programme is supervised by Peter de Voogd (Utrecht University), Tim Conley (Brock University), and David Pascoe (Utrecht University). For themes central to the Symposium, please consult our Call for Papers.
Programme, version 13 June 2014
Please watch this space for any changes to the programme as you’ll find it in the printed version.
- Session 15, Tuesday, 9.15-10.45, Joyce and Music I: Adrain Paterson is unable to attend the conference. His paper may still be read though.
- Session 46, Wednesday, 15.45-17.15, Contexts IV: Elizabeth Switaj is unable to attend the conference.
- Change in rooms! Session 16, Writing Silence, Tuesday, 11.15-12.45, will move to Belle van Zuylenzaal; Session 17, Tuesday, 11.15-12.45, Contexts II will move to Aula. Please spread the word!
- Session 4, Monday, 9.15-10.45: Dubliners I: Susan Mooney is unable to attend the conference; her paper will be read by Brandon Kershner.
- Session 20, Tuesday, 11.15-12.45: Joyce and Music II: Christine Ahrends is unable to attend the conference.
- Session 26, Tuesday, 15.45-1715: Visuals: Cleo Hanayway-Oakley is unable to attend the conference.
- Session 35, Wednesday, 11.15-12.45; Finnegans Wake III: Jan van Velze is unable to deliver his paper.
- Session 62, Friday, 11.15-12.45, Ulysses VIII: Patricia Pericic is unable to attend the conference; her paper will be read by Tim Conley.
Session 63, Friday, 11.15-12.45: Ulysses and Badiou: Belief in the Void: Colleen Lamos will act as respondent to the panel.
The main conference venue will be the University Hall (“Academiegebouw”), located at Dom square, in the heart of the Netherlandian metropolis: Domplein 29, 3512 JE Utrecht:
For a bird’s eye view of the entire programme, see below.
Monday 16th June
1. Là ci darem la mano (from the opera Don Giovanni) – W.A.Mozart (1756-1791); 2. Martha, o return love! (“M’apparì tutt’amor” from the opera Martha) – Friedrich von Flotow (1812-1883); 3. Love’s Old Sweet Song – James Lynam Molloy (1837-1909); 4. Seaside Girls – Harry B. Norris; 5. My Girl’s a Yorkshire Girl – C.W. Murphy/Dan Lipton
Bloomsnight Event 8 pm-10.30 pm. Location: Nicolaï Church. The Bloomsnight Event is open to delegates and (registered) accompanying persons only. This is not a dinner event; only snacks and drinks will be served.
Tuesday 17th June
8 pm: Maria Kager, “Joyce and Kafka: A Language Quarrel”
Wednesday 18th June
DomUNDER tour [fully booked]
U tracked in Utrecht: A walking tour, with the Dutch translators of Joyce, Erik Bindervoet and Robbert-Jan Henkes [almost fully booked; firstname.lastname@example.org]
Thursday 19th June
The Bloomsday Banquet starts 7.30 pm. Location: University Hall: Auditorium.
Friday 20th June
The presence of our keynote speakers is generously supported by BDO Tax Consultants and Accountants.
Our panel rooms in the University Hall
Please note: All participants involved in the Academic Programme (i.e., delegates actually delivering papers, chairing panels, etc.) must be paid-up members of the International James Joyce Foundation. Recipients of an IJJF Scholarship, however, are exempt from this requirement. You can find a membership form here.