The Cambridge Ulysses: A talk by Professor Catherine Flynn

Thursday 4th August 2022
18:30 at Waterstones, Cork

The Cambridge Ulysses: A talk by Professor Catherine Flynn

Catherine Flynn is a native of Cork and Associate Professor of English at University of California, Berkeley where she works on Irish modernist literature and culture in a European avant-garde context and on critical theory. She is the author of James Joyce and the Matter of Paris (Cambridge University Press, 2019) and editor of the forthcoming New Joyce Studies (Cambridge University Press, 2022). Her Cambridge Centenary Ulysses: The 1922 Text with Essays and Notes (Cambridge University Press, 2022) was launched on Bloomsday at the Museum of Literature, Ireland (MoLI). She hosts the related podcast, U22. The Centenary Ulysses Podcast.She is also at work on a monograph about Flann O’Brien/Brian O’Nolan/Myles na gCopaleen and the young Irish State.

At this informal event, Catherine Flynn will talk about her journey from Cork to Berkeley and the process of putting together this milestone edition of Ulysses, which features Joyce’s 1922 text and errata, essays by leading Joyceans, and everything the reader needs to make it through this landmark of modernist literature.
Cork Waterstones, Cork
Thursday 4th August 2022

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