Karen R. Lawrence, president of The Huntington

Society of Fellows Founder’s Day Lecture

Date: 
Tue., Feb. 26, 2019
7:30 p.m.–9:30 p.m.
Category: 
Society of Fellows
Location: 
Rothenberg Hall
Event Notes: 
Society of Fellows event - by invitation only
Add to Calendar 02/26/2019 07:30 PM 02/26/2019 09:30 PM America/Los_Angeles Society of Fellows Founder’s Day Lecture Visit page - https://www.huntington.org/events/society-fellows-founders-day-lecture The Huntington - Rothenberg Hall
 

Karen Lawrence, president of The Huntington and a James Joyce scholar, delivers the annual Founder's Day Lecture on the subject of Joyce's novel Ulysses. James Joyce openly patterned his modern Irish epic on Homer's The Odyssey, but within his novel are buried thousands of other allusions—to Shakespeare, the Bible, and hundreds of other writers—as if he wanted to include all of literature within his own work. Lawrence's lecture examines what makes James Joyce one of the greatest writers, and how he created one of the most original novels by stealing from everybody else.

Light supper available for purchase in the Barth Family Entry Grove starting at 6 p.m.

The Society of Fellows Founder's Day lecture will be followed by a complimentary dessert reception in the Rose Hills Foundation Garden Court.