The 13th METU British Novelists Seminar, held on 1-2 December 2005, was on
James Joyce and His Works
These are now available from the Department of Foreign Language Education, METU (or email me).
Brandabur, Clare "The Conscience of His Race: Postcolonial Joyce"
Batum Mentese, Oya "A Tryst with the Untranslatable: Nevzat Erkmen's Translation of Joyce's Ulysses"
Gunes, Ali "'Things Fall Apart' and 'The Centre Cannot Hold': Human Alienation in James Joyce's 'A Painful Case'"
Inan, Dilek "Gricean Perspectives in James Joyce's Exiles"
Onur, Gulbun "Tone and Rhythm in James Joyce's Selected Letters"
Sonmez, Margaret J-M "Visual Ventriloquism in Finnegan's Wake"
Cubukcu, Feryal "Enchantment, Disenchantment and Reenchantment for Mothers and Lovers in James Joyce"
Isaacson, Lisa "The Entelechist Debate in Sterne and Joyce: Contending with Soul and Sense"
Tomkinson, Fiona "'A great day for European culture': swearing in yellow and applied Aquinas"
Alban, Gillian "Life-affirming Molly Bloom and Life-Questing Clarissa Dalloway: Bloomsday or Bloomsbury?"
Tekin, Kugu "Joyce's Dublin: the Character, the Mirror, the Prison"
Naseri Sis, Farzaneh "The 'Living Dead': Disturbance and Death of Male Power Through a Female Figure's Power of Story Telling in James Joyce's 'The Dead'"