James Joyce's Dublin; Summer 2018
Join us for an in-depth and in-situ study of one of the most influential works in modernist literary history: Ulysses by James Joyce
ARHU351, ENGL369L, HONR349L
Gen Ed: DS Humanities
Offered in Dublin and Galway, Ireland
Faculty: Johnna Schmidt and Zein El-Amine
Study the writing of modernist giant James Joyce while exploring Dublin and environs. In this program literary work will be used as a springboard into conversations about culture, politics and history, as well as our own experiments in creative writing. Students will stay in hostels both in Dublin and Galway with shared rooms; hostels have access to laundry, breakfast included, and internet. Students will also have a few days off from the program to travel independently in Ireland should they choose.
· Walking tours including historical sites and neighborhoods and landmarks featured in Ulysses.
· Admission and tours of the Martello Tower, James Joyce Center, and the National Library among others.
· Bloomsday, an annual city-wide festival in Dublin celebrating the work of James Joyce ().
· Two-Day trip to Galway, including ferry ride and bicycle rental to discover Inis Mor, one of the famous Aran Islands
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For more information please contact: Johnna Schmidt at firstname.lastname@example.org