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March 2021

Digital Archive and Canon

Wednesday, March 10
Online event

Registration is now open for the workshop "Digital Archive and Canon" https://www.digitales-archiv-und-kanon.de/ The canon debate of the 1970s asked the fundamental question of which authors’ works are published, reviewed, and thus available for canonisation. Today this question needs to be rephrased to ask which author’s works and which objects are digitised in what form, the “canon question 2.0”. On the 10.3.21 the 2nd Maximillian-Bickhoff-Kolloquium will take place regarding the topic “Digital Archive and Canon”. The virtual workshop sees itself as…

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James Joyce’s Dublin: The City Made and Unmade

Thursday, March 11 @ 4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
Online event

S.J. Stubbs Lecture in English Literature Colm Tóibín - Irene and Sidney B. Silverman Professor of the Humanities, Columbia University Joyce's 'Ulysses', although set in Dublin, was written in three other cities, Trieste, Zurich and Paris. In each of these cities, Joyce imagined his own city. During the composition of the book, the very center of the city where it was set was destroyed in the 1916 Rebellion, just as the First World War radically changed the Europe in which…

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April 2021

Written, Painted, and Inscribed by Hand

Friday, April 9
Jackman Humanities Building (Room 100a), 170 St George Street
Toronto, Ontario M5R 2M8 Canada
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Written, Painted, and Inscribed by Hand: Past, Present and Future of Manuscript Studies in Toronto Jackman Humanities Institute Colloquium April 9th, 2021 If conditions allow, the colloquium will be held at the Jackman Humanities building at 170 St. George, Rm 100A, otherwise we will convene via Zoom    

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