Tag Archives: James Joyce
Due to TU Special Collection’s vast amount of materials in the James Joyce collection, I find it only fitting that I introduce a cook book about James Joyce’s Dublin. The Joyce of Cooking written in 1986 by Alison Armstrong is … Continue reading
November 26th marks the birth of one of the early supporters of modernism, Margaret Anderson. Anderson founded the Little Review in 1914, a publication notable for being a venue for the more experimental and risqué works by writers such as … Continue reading
The University of Tulsa and the McFarlin Library’s Department of Special Collections and University Archives would like to announce the acquisition of a new edition of James Joyce’s short story “The Dead.” “The Dead” is the final short story in … Continue reading
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
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
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
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.