- Social / political context
- Religious / philosophical context
- Literary context
Websites and other media
- Genetic Joyce Studies (http://www.geneticjoycestudies.org/): A free online journal with a focus on Joyce’s writing process
- Hypermedia Joyce Studies (http://hjs.ff.cuni.cz/main/hjs.php?page=index_page): A free online Joyce journal with a focus on articles which include multimedia elements
- International James Joyce Foundation (https://joycefoundation.osu.edu/): The foundation, based in Ohio, USA, aims to further study into and the appreciation of Joyce’s works
- Joyce Research Centre (http://www.ucd.ie/joyceresearchcentre/): A research centre, within University College Dublin, which promotes Joyce’s work through teaching and academic study
- OpenJoyce (http://www.openjoyce.com/): A new website dedicated to encouraging and promoting the reading of and research into Joyce’s life and literature
- The Brazen Head (http://www.themodernword.com/joyce/): A useful website, with information on all of Joyce’s works and useful links to other resources
- The James Joyce Centre (http://jamesjoyce.ie/): Based in Dublin, the centre is dedicated to promoting Joyce’s works
- Zurich James Joyce Foundation (http://www.joycefoundation.ch/): The foundation, based in Switzerland, promotes research into Joyce’s life and work.
- Araby (1999), dr. Dennis Courtney
- The Dead (1987), dr. John Huston
To get a sense of what Dublin was like in the early 1900s, try watching some of the short real-life films made by Mitchell and Kenyon: Mitchell & Kenyon in Ireland, 1900-1906 (2007).
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