Thursday, 16 March 2006
: Joyce as paradigmatic author for genetic criticism
10.30 Luca Crispi:
The Trouble With New Manuscripts
11.00 Coffee Break
11.20 Jed Deppman: Theoretical Problems in Genetic
11.50 Wim Van Mierlo: The Subject Notebook, or the Roads (Not) Taken in Ulysses
12.20 Lunch break
13.45 Mikio Fuse:
The transition Notesheet Project: An Interim Report
Eli Lassman: Drafts of the Revered Letter
14.45 Coffee Break
15.15 Stacey Herbert:
Making it New: Selling Joyce in the 1930s
15.45 Alistair McLeery:
Collating the pirate and professionals:
preliminary analysis of the texts of Ulysses 1927-34
Ruth Frehner & Ursula Zeller: "The Jahnke Bequest at the Zürich James Joyce Foundation"
Friday, 17 March 2006
09.30 Dirk Van Hulle: Introduction
09.45 Charles Krance: The Series of Variorum Editions of Samuel Beckett's Bilingual Works
10.15 Magessa O'Reilly: Molloy, part II, Where the shit hits the fan
10.45 Coffee Break
11.15 Helen Astbury: 'Mercier et/and Camier'
Mark Nixon: Beckett's 'mirlitonnades'
12.15 Matthew Feldman: Returning to Beckett returning to the Presocratics, or, '
All their balls about being and existing'
14.30 Ilaria Natali: Pomes Penyeach
15.15 Katie Brown: The Fuga in 'Sirens'
15.45 Coffee Break
16.15 Ronan Crowley: 'Circe' Notes in National Library of
16.45 Raphael Slepon: 'Fweets of Fin': Towards a Web-based Finnegans Wake Research Tool.