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James Joyce and Interdisciplinary Modernism

Semester and Year SP 2016
Course Number IDSEM-UG1743
Section 001
Instructor Gregory Erickson
Days TR
Time 2:00 PM - 3:15 PM
12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
Units 4
Level U
Foundation Requirement   HUM

Notes/Restrictions

This course includes travel to Dublin, Ireland during the week of Spring Recess, March 13-20. Permission required: Application deadline is October 26, 2015. For more information and to apply, please click on course title and then link to application.

Description

Application: http://gallatin.nyu.edu/utilities/forms/course-app.html For more information: http://gallatin.nyu.edu/academics/undergraduate/global/travelcourses/dublin-joyce.html Description: In this course we will read and discuss the major works of James Joyce with a focus on their significance to Modernism, literary theory, and to interdisciplinary scholarship. We will read  Dubliners, A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Ulysses , and sections of  Finnegans Wake . We will pay particular attention to how different movements in literary theory have responded to Joyce’s work and will therefore read short critical essays by major and minor Joyce scholars. Our exploration of interdisciplinarity will include discussions of Joyce and music, religion, post-colonialism, history, sexuality, philosophy, intellectual property, and Irish Studies. We will also look at representations of Joyce’s work in music, dance, visual art, theater and film. We will be traveling as a class to Dublin over Spring break and therefore will focus throughout the course on the relationship of Joyce to Ireland past and present, and on issues of place, memory, and literary tourism. The course will include guest speakers and events at the Glucksman Irish House.

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Course Type

Interdisciplinary Seminars (IDSEM-UG)