Tag Archives: James Joyce

Bloomsday Irish Pub Crawl and Special Collections Exhibit

Bloomsday is just around the corner! This Monday, June 16th, the festivities will kick off in earnest with an authentic Irish pub crawl from 6:30 to 10:00 pm in the area of Downtown Tulsa surrounding the Guthrie Green. While enjoying … Continue reading

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First Friday Exhibit and Bloomsday Celebration

Each year on June 16, people around the world celebrate one of the greatest works of modern literature: James Joyce’s Ulysses. Set on a single day in 1904 Dublin, the book follows in careful detail the rather uneventful life of … Continue reading

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New Books and Periodicals

Stop on by the Department of Special Collections and University Archives to see our latest acquisitions. 11th Regiment Bulletin (U405 .U55) Eight issues (vol.1, no.1 Mar. 21, 1919-no.8 Apr. 19, 1919) of the 11th Regiment Bulletin, published by the students … Continue reading

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Cats of Copenhagen acquisition

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Happy birthday to James Joyce!

Today marks the 130th birthday of James Joyce. The Department of Special Collections is renowned for its extensive Joyceana holdings, including the Harriet Shaw Weaver library, the Paul & Lucie Léon collection of James Joyce (Coll. No. 1984.005), and various … Continue reading

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Happy Bloomsday!

Happy Bloomsday from the Department of Special Collections and University Archives. We are the proud owners of six(!) first editions of James Joyce’s Ulysses.

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The Harriet Shaw Weaver Joyce Collection

In 1977, The University of Tulsa acquired the Harriet Shaw Weaver Joyce collection from the National Book League in England. Through her editorial connections with the magazine The Egoist, Weaver was associated with such figures as Wyndham Lewis, Ezra Pound, … Continue reading

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