Organisers: Helen Saunders (King’s College London) & Dr Steven Morrision (University of Nottingham)
The Charles Peake Ulysses Seminar is devoted to the line-by-line reading and analysis of James Joyce’s Ulysses and it has acted as a focal point for academic researchers and postgraduate students with research interests in Joyce across London and the southeast and beyond for thirty years. Over that time it has built up a dedicated following while also drawing in new participants year on year. It keeps in touch with seminarians past and present by way of a blog which disseminates the seminar’s findings each month.
Teachers and postgraduates with a research interest in Joyce are invited to attend. We are currently reading the ‘Aeolus’ episode of Ulysses. Enquiries about attending the seminar should be addressed to Steven Morrison (firstname.lastname@example.org).
You can follow updates of the Charles Peake Seminars via twitter too:
Charles Peake Ulysses Seminar: 30 years old, 30 years of negotiating how new tech contributes to #litcrit. @hutton_clare #EngagingScreens
— Lboro AED Research (@LboroAEDRes) May 31, 2017
‘Aeolus’ 784–822 #Ulysses #JamesJoyce
Write up of Charles Peake ULYSSES seminar 2 Dec 2016:https://t.co/GbIHeAiXT3 via @IES_London
— James Joyce Gazette (@JJ_Gazette) January 7, 2017
The Charles Peake Ulysses Seminars will start from 22 September 2017, but to find out information on the seminars for the 2017/18 academic year, you can follow the link to the IES website or go directly to the seminar schedule.
If you wish to delve further into the Charles Peake Seminars, then follow the link to their active blog where you can find details on topics and themes to be discussed, as well as information who on to contact.