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Joyce Sites on the WebDearly Departed: inactive sites -- formerly marked [N/A] -- are grouped now at the bottom of this page. Please comment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Links last verified January 8, 2012.
Michael Groden: supplements his article in The James Joyce Quarterly, vol. 35, no. 1, Fall 1997. Extensive and scholarly but in need of updating . Divided into separate files as Internet Mailing Lists and Realtime Discussion Groups (1-7), Electronic Journals (8), Omnibus Joyce Web Sites (9-13), Specialized Joyce Web Sites (14-57), Publications and Publishers (58-64), Library Collections (65-69), Related Sites (70) and General Literature Sites with Lists of Joyce Links (71-78).
A main reference source for Joyce. features links, addresses, mailing lists, a timeline, and works by Joyce, with a good, bibliography of Books on Joyce. and critical approaches to Joyce Studies
Jorn Barger: A wide reaching set of Joyce pages including a Joyce portal, news, hypertexts, a chronology, texts, and weblog news, with an examination of Joyce's works, biography, on-line resources for Dubliners and Ulysses and a short version of Finnegans Wake See also | the James Joyce Portal <http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/portal.html>, A large collection of links to news and web resources on translations, censorship, the Proteus draft, texts, and maps | and a page on Joyce's daughter Lucia Joyce: <http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/lucia.html>
Links to a handful of sites of mixed quality.
ORGANIZATIONS AND LOCAL CENTERS: Back to Top
Devoted to encouraging scholarship, criticism and study of the life, work and career of the writer, with deep . resources, symposium information and a web based newsgroup. President, Ann Fogarty leads a distinguished board of trustees.
In an elegant Georgian building in North Great George's Street and the centre of local activity on Bloomsday.
An article about the author's life in Trieste bBy Kit Snedaker.
Fritz Senn: Established as a cultural library and active research center. Also offers a library of Joyce texts and related literature and artifacts.
SPAINhttp://www.cica.es/aliens/iberjoyce Spanish James Joyce Society
President A. Nicholas Fargnoli. Founded 1947. Meets several times a year in New York City.
http://www.finneganswake.org/ - meets monthly to read portions of Finnegans Wake aloud. Also offers a list of Wake-related books, a directory of Wake reading groups, and links.
Anne Fogarty: Two week summer course in Ireland dedicated to the writings of the author.
PUBLICATIONS, JOURNALS AND PRESSES Back to Top
http://www.utulsa.edu/jjq/default.htm - published by the University of Tulsa and dedicated to publishing articles on the life and works of Joyce. Introduction to the journal, list of contents of back issues and subscription information.
Includes subscription information and a description of topics covered in back issues. Also features information about the Annual James Joyce Birthday Conference held at the University of Miami.
Articles on historical, textual, and comparative critical studies | Since 2007: http://www.fordham.edu/academics/programs_at_fordham_/english/journals__interdisci/joyce_studies_annual/ Now published by Fordham University Press under the co-editorship of Moshe Gold and Philip Sicker.
TEXTS, CRITICISM, AND HYPERTEXTSBack to Top
http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/dubliners/ - features essays, message boards, links to articles and online texts, story maps, and more.
http://www.stg.brown.edu/~rog/WWD/ - features online texts and related links.
End of Life: The Dead - excerpt from the Joyce story.
PORTRAIT -- TEXTS
PORTRAIT -- CRITICISM AND SECONDARY WORKS
Summary and analysis of the novel. Includes a biography, message board and background information.
Features a brief biography, summary, character information, and quotes.
An examination of Einsteinian influences on Joyce's development of Stephen Dedalus, by R. David Heekin.
http://www.clas.ufl.edu/users/kershner/port.html - includes information about Joyce's life, critical comments, and notes on the novel.
http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/portrait/ - links and resources, including reviews, analysis, motifs, and texts.
Searchable HTML at Bibliomania.
ULYSSES -- HYPERTEXTS
ULYSSES -- CRITICISM AND SECONDARY WORKS
Atlantic Monthly article describing the cultural, political, and linguistic problems peculiar to the 1995 translation of Ulysses into Chinese.
FINNEGANS WAKE -- TEXTS
http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/fwake/shortwake.html - presented by Jorn Barger. Offers annotated excerpts and discussion areas for each chapter.
http://www.robotwisdom.com/jaj/fwake/ - includes discussion of the evolution of the various chapters.
http://www.salon.com/audio/2000/10/05/joyce1/index.html - audio clip of Joyce reading from his novel.
SCHOLARLY CRITICISM AND BIOGRAPHYBack to Top
David Hayman's James Joyce Scholar's Collection (click on links to 16 books):
Benstock, Bernard, Joyce-again's wake : an analysis of Finnegans wake (1965)
Benstock, Shari; Benstock, Bernard, Who's he when he's at home : a James Joyce directory (1980)
Bonheim, Helmut. A lexicon of the German in Finnegans wake (1967)
Budgen, Frank. James Joyce and the making of 'Ulysses', and other writings (1972)
Hart, Clive.Structure and motif in Finnegans wake (1962)
Glasheen, Adaline, Third census of Finnegans wake
Joyce, James. A first-draft version of Finnegans wake (1963)
Hayman, David. The "Wake" in transit (1990)
Lawrence, Karen, The odyssey of style in Ulysses
McHugh, Roland. The sigla of Finnegans wake (1976)
Mink, Louis O. A Finnegans wake gazetteer (1978)
Norris, Margot. The decentered universe of Finnegans wake : a structuralist analysis (1976)
O Hehir, Brendan. A Gaelic lexicon for Finnegans wake, and glossary for Joyce's other works (1967)
O Hehir, Brendan; Dillon, John M. / A classical lexicon for Finnegans wake (1977)
Peake, Charles. James Joyce, the citizen and the artist (1977)
Scholes, Robert; Kain, Richard M. (ed.) The workshop of Daedalus (1965)
Resource exploring the author's life and works. ***MOVE UP ***
An introduction to the poet by Professor Eiichi Hishikawa, Faculty of Letters, Kobe University. *** (2001) BIBLIOGRAPHY *** DELETE ***
MEDIA: MUSIC, PHOTOGRAPHY, FILM, VIDEO: Back to Top
http://www.salon.com/audio/2000/10/05/joyce2a/index.html - audio clip of Frank McCourt reading from the story Sisters.
|Alphabetical list of inactive links, 2007-2012|
http://www.arts.deakin.edu.au/Bloomsite/Sem2000.htm Live-it or Cricket
http://www.ramble.org/James Joyce Ramble
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