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ENGL 4309 James Joyce (Fall: 3 )

Course Description

This class will engage in a deep exploration of James Joyce's Ulysses, perhaps the most exciting twentieth-century novel that an adventurous student might undertake. I'm particularly interested in applying topographical and phenomenological notions such as "cityscape" and "sensescape" to Dublin on the edge of modernity. This highly interactive class will attract motivated students from across disciplines. In it we'll employ various technologies to retrace the space and time traversed by Stephen Dedalus and Leopold Bloom through the realm of the five senses.

Instructor(s): Joseph Nugent

Prerequisites: None

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17