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Knowles [Florida James Joyce Ser. Deborah L. Since completing this book, Ellmann has written a chapter for the Oxford History of the Novel about Irish fiction in English between and , a period of upheaval in Ireland, as in Europe, in which Irish writers had to struggle with draconian censorship, fueled by Catholic prudery and nationalist chauvinism, in the newly established Irish Free State.
In addition to her interest in Irish literature, Ellmann has been writing about British psychoanalyst Marion Milner, the author of several luminous and idiosyncratic works on creativity, of which the most famous is On Not Being Able to Paint She has also grown interested in the burgeoning new field of animal studies; her article "Cold Noses at the Pearly Gates" in Textual Practice takes up the question of the ghosts of animals in modernity.
The publication of his thesis was blocked by the James Joyce Estate.
After a year teaching at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow, however, he became a research fellow at University College Northampton and then secured a Special Research Fellowship with the Leverhulme Trust to carry out research into Textual Genetics and Modernism. He lives in Oxford, is married and has two children. As Professor of English Literature at the University of Munich, Germany, he directed an interdisciplinary graduate programme from to on "Textual Criticism as Foundation and Method of the Historical Disciplines.
He followed this with The Profile Joyce and a number of other studies of Joyce - most recently on newly-discovered Joyce manuscripts, for Joyce Studies Annual.
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He edited a collection of essays on Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! For a dozen years Arnold was a trustee of World Education Services. Michael Groden holds an honorable D. His primary research interest is in the works of James Joyce, and in his novel Ulysses in particular. He studies manuscripts for Joyce's works as evidence of his creative process and for their inherent interest, and this topic has become a prominent one in Joyce studies in recent years as new manuscripts for Ulysses have come to light.
Teaching courses in literary theory in the s and early s led him to co-edit a reference guide to literary theory and criticism, a book that was published in in a second edition. His publications include several books on James Joyce and editions of Webster's tragedies. His research interests include experimental fiction, Swedish literature, the poetry and iconography of flight, and erotic tension in the poetry and visual arts of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance. Cheryl Herr teaches and writes about literature, culture, music, and cinema. She is fascinated by the consensus formations in which most people live their lives - in short, by popular culture.
During the eighties and nineties, she concentrated on Joyce, Ireland, and emergent methodologies for cultural studies.
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During the new millennium, shes says she's "been rethinking the cultural through the lenses of phenomenology, the study of everyday social practices, and the 'music scene. His teaching and research interests are in the philosophy of science, with particular emphasis on general questions in the philosophy of science, problems in the philosophy of biology, and issues in the philosophy of mathematics.
He attempts to connect these questions with the central philosophical issues of epistemology, metaphysics and ethics, with the history of philosophy especially the history of modern philosophy , and with the practice and findings of the sciences, past and present. Garry Leonard 's general area of study is Twentieth Century literature. He has published two books so far: the first was on James Joyce's Dubliners and featured the psychoanalytic theory of Jacques Lacan, while the second dealt with the Advertising and Commodity Culture in all of Joyce's fiction.
His new book is called M aking it New: Technology and Subjectivity in Modernity and Modernism , which looks at various ways people came to understand themselves in the modern city, and how this mode of understanding is reflected in the literature and art of the time. Teaching classes on the American West as well as in the Art History department, Leonard includes early cinema and the formation of such film genres as the Hollywood Western, the Hollywood Romance, the Hollywood Melodrama, and Film Noir in his new book.
Vicki Mahaffey took up a chair in Modern Literature in July Her most recent book, Modernist Literature: Challenging Fictions , was published by Blackwell in She is in the process of completing a book called The Joyce of Everyday Life.