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Discovering James Joyce: The University at Buffalo Collection

Jun 14 - Sep 13 2009

UB Anderson Gallery

A collaboration between the Poetry Collection, the UB Art Galleries, and the School of Architecture and Planning, Discovering James Joyce: The University at Buffalo Collectionpresents rarely seen items from the James Joyce Collection. Covering the span of his entire artistic life, the Joyce archive in the Poetry Collection is the largest and most distinguished in the world. Discovering James Joyce features a substantial selection of the writer’s notebooks, manuscripts, letters, publications, photographs, family portraits, and other significant Joyceana.

The exhibition and accompanying catalogue was made possible with major support from the Office of the Vice President for Research, Constance W. Stafford Charitable Trust, Walter and Constance Constantine, The Baird Foundation, The Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation, The John R. Oishei Foundation, Joan and Louis Slovinsky, David and Nancy Nuzzo, and The Emerald Ball.

Planning for this exhibition has been made possible by a grant from the UB2020 Interdisciplinary Research Development Fund (IRDF).

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