Leopold Bloom and Antisemitism

Leopold Bloom and Antisemitism

18 August, 3pm - 4pm

Booking Required
  • Irish Jewish Museum
  • Irish Jewish Museum 3 Walworth Road (off Sth Circular Rd/Victoria St.)
  • Co. Dublin – Dublin City

Dr. Anne Marie D'Arcy will give a talk on ‘Leopold Bloom and the Anti-Semitic Legacy in Ulysses’. This talk will follow open viewing and tour of the museum exhibition from 11.00-3.00 p.m.

Anne Marie D’Arcy (FSA) is Associate Professor of Medieval and Renaissance Literature and Language at the University of Leicester. She is a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries and Visiting Research Fellow at the School of English, Trinity College Dublin. A native of Dublin, she has published a number of articles on Joyce’s work and is a captivating speaker. The museum will be open for visits from 11.00-3.00 pm 5eu entrance charge covers the admission to the museum and talk at 3.00 p.m.

Admission & Booking

    • Adult: €5
    • Child: €0
    • Concession: €3
    • Family: €20

Access & Parking

  • Not suitable for Children under 12
  • No Car Parking Available

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