JAMES JOYCE'S WRITING AND PSYCHOANALYSIS

JAMES JOYCE'S WRITING AND PSYCHOANALYSIS

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Museum of Literature Ireland, UCD Newman House

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Conference on Lasting Relevance of Joyce's Writing, Why Joyce’s Writing is Important to Psychoanalysis, and Links to the Contemporary Psyche

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CONFERENCE: JAMES JOYCE'S WRITING AND PSYCHOANALYSIS

November 19th, 2022 at the Museum of Literature Ireland (in person and by live stream)

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

Katherine O'Callaghan (UMass, Amherst), Jean-Michel Rabaté (Penn U., Philadelphia), Joseph Nugent (Boston College), Joseph Valente (Univ. of Buffalo)

INVITED SPEAKERS

Sean Kennedy (St. Mary's, Nova Scotia), Barry O'Donnell (Dublin), Ivana Milivojevic Slote (Dublin), Dan Collins (Buffalo), Pauline O'Callaghan (Dublin), Ahmad Fuad Rahmat (Singapore), Daniel Bristow (UK), Isaac Slone (NY)

The conference, organised by the Freud Lacan institute (FLi), in conjunction with the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI) and with the support of APPI (Association for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy in Ireland) marks the centenary of the publication of Joyce’s masterpiece, Ulysses (1922), described as “the most dangerous book” and the “novel to end all novels.” The conference brings together psychoanalysts, academics, scholars, students, and all interested in the writing of Joyce and contemporary psychoanalytic theory and practice to explore the lasting importance of Joyce’s literature, how and why Joyce’s writing is important to psychoanalysis, and why the work of Joyce continues to both reflect and make a deep impression on the contemporary psyche. The conference takes place in the Old Physics Theatre and Saloon at the Museum of Literature Ireland (MoLI), the former home of University College Dublin and Joyce’s alma mater, and will offer a range of talks, panel presentations, discussions, debate, conversation, and performance. Conference is open to all.

Note: Registration will be on a first come first serve basis as the conference room accommodates a maximum of 60 people. Lunch and tea/coffee is included in the conference fee and will be served by the Commons Café at MoLI. Those unable to attend in person will have the opportunity to attend the conference via live streaming which will be managed by the MoLI Digital Curator..

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