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Books that Changed Humanity: James Joyce, Ulysses

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SRWB Theatrette, Room 2.02

Humanities Research Centre, Sir Roland Wilson Building

120 McCoy Circuit

Acton, ACT 2601

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Books that Changed Humanity is an initiative of the Humanities Research Centre, based at the Australian National University. The HRC invites experts to introduce and lead discussion of major texts from a variety of cultural traditions, all of which have informed the way we understand ourselves both individually and collectively as human beings.

Join us as Dr Frances Devlin-Glass (Deakin University) introduces and discusses James Joyce's Ulysses.

All members of the public are welcome to come, listen, and share their thoughts about some great works of literature over a friendly glass of wine.



Dr Frances Devlin-Glass is Honorary Associate Professor (Literary Studies) at Deakin University (Melbourne). She taught literature at ANU and University of Canberra before moving to Deakin. She was the founding Director of Bloomsday in Melbourne in 1994, which annually mounts original plays inspired by James Joyce's fiction.

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