During the writing of Nora, O’Connor says she developed a deeper empathy for James Joyce, perhaps because she now understands his writerly life. It is through her protagonist’s perverse love for Joyce that a reader sees the man’s redeeming features.
Pathways/Cosán This virtual exhibition by visual artist Bernie Joyce explores how the Connemara people and landscape inspired Patrick Pearse as a teacher, writer and leader. Pathways sends the viewer on a journey back in time to when the Celtic Revival was in full swing. This was a period when artists, poets and writers turned their …
The 25th Irish Studies in Australia and New Zealand conference (ISANZ25) will be held at Auckland University December 6-8.
The Networks of Solidarity series aims to strengthen transnational networks of solidarity and deepen awareness of place-based struggles that reverberate from Dublin 8 to Gadigal Country (Sydney, Australia)
8-16 June 2021 Tailored by Joya Kuin, Festival & Event Manager, for Antipodean involvement! ONLINE EVENT – HERITAGELUNCHTIME LECTURE: ‘Convict Hulks and Transportation from Cork Harbour in the Nineteenth Century’In association with UCC School of History & Dr. John Borgonovo8 JUNE 2021, 1.10pm-2pmFREE | REGISTRATION REQUIRED Speaker: Dr Anna Lois McKay, UCC. Cork Harbour was a centre …
‘Voyage, a new Australian Musical about Irish Migrant Girls, is an alternative story of ‘Mateship’ and resilience.
Bloomsday in Melbourne’s new immersive play explores the year that made James Joyce, 1903-4.
The premiere season of Runaway Priest by Felix Meagher, postponed because of pandemic, is about to open.
Nature of Event: Course: Join Joyce experts Bruce Beswick and Frances Devlin-Glass for a day with Sirens, one of the most pivotal and moving chapters of James Joyce’s Ulysses, in which Joyce experiments with musical form in narrative fiction. What does it add to our understanding of Bloom’s humiliation to have him listening to music while his rival …
The poem begins with a recognition of the unbroken chain (slabhra) from the celtic Brigid to the abbess who built her own convent in Kildare, to a modern day Brigid taking care of her family, and through to the writer, the poet.