Extended deadline - Call for papers - ABEI Journal 24.2 Special Issue - "James Joyce"
In the year of the centenary of James Joyce’s Ulysses (1922), the Brazilian Journal of Irish Studies invites scholars and students, from in and outside Joyce Studies, to contribute to a Special Joyce issue. We welcome perspectives on Ulysses and any other works – critical or literary – by Joyce or related to Joyce, in the form of articles, reviews, interviews, translations, and reports. Below is a list of suggested topics:
- Reading Joyce in the 21st century
- Ulysses at 100 - Joyce’s works and intertextuality
- Translations of Joyce’s works / translations by Joyce
- The poetry of James Joyce
- The reception of Joyce’s works
- Joyce and language(s)
- Joyce and disability studies
- Joyce and cinema
- Joyce and theater
- Joyce and other arts
- Joyce and the environment
- Joyce and biography
- Genetic criticism of Joyce’s works
- Joyce and narrative technique
- Revisiting classical works on Joyce
- The holistic reading of Joyce’s works
- Joyce and (Irish) history
Submit your contribution to firstname.lastname@example.org until September 18, 2022.
The title must be followed by an abstract (150-200 words), three to five keywords, and a bio (150-200 words). Articles are limited to 6000 words (excluding title, abstract, keywords); reviews, interviews, translations and reports are limited to 2000 words. All texts must be in a .doc file and follow the MLA style (9th edition).
If you need help or have any inquiries, please write to us at email@example.com.
Vitor AMARAL, Universidade Federal Fluminense, Brazil
Caetano GALINDO, Universidade Federal do Paraná, Brazil
Bartholomew RYAN, Universidade Nova de Lisboa, Portugal