Teaching International to feature talk on 'The Irish James Joyce'

The Teaching International program at Penn State Greater Allegheny, will present "The Irish James Joyce in the 21st Century World" at 12:15 p.m. March 21, in the Ostermayer Room, Student Community Center.

William Brockman has been the Paterno Family Librarian for Literature at Penn State since 2001. Previously he held positions at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and at Drew University. He has been bibliographer for the James Joyce Quarterly since 1990, and has published articles on Joyce in Journal of Modern Literature, Papers of the Bibliographical Society of American, Joyce Studies AnnualĀ and other journals. In collaboration with the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas, he edited the "James Joyce Checklist." Currently William is co-editing "The Ungathered Correspondence of James Joyce."

The Teaching International program at Penn State Greater Allegheny has been in place since 2004. Its goal is to educate students about world trends by studying different regions and issues of global importance. This year's focus is on the Celtic Nations and water. More than 20 faculty and staff members are cooperating to explore and reflect on various aspects of the history, culture, and economic, social and political reality of this region. Course lectures, student research projects, public debates, service learning activities, theater productions, films and guest lectures will be used to spread knowledge about this area of the world. Teaching International is a partner with the Greener Allegheny initiative and the Honors Program to bring lectures, films, and other activities on globalization and sustainability to the campus.

Last Updated March 13, 2013