The 16th Dublin International Symposium on Jonathan Swift will take place on Saturday 25 November 2017, in the Deanery of St. Patrick's Cathedral, Kevin St. Upper, Dublin 7. In years past the Swift scholars participating in the Symposium have come to Dublin from many countries on the European continent, as well as across the UK and the USA, and this year papers are:
Prof. Daniel Carey, NUI Galway, "Gulliver's Travels and the Tradition of Travel Satire"
Dr. Christopher Coffman, Boston University, "Jonathan Swift, James Joyce, and the Figure of the Artist"
Dr. Maria Kharitonova, Moscow State University, "The Russian House that Swift Built:. Creative Perceptions of Swift's Works in 20th-Century Russian Literature."
Prof. Regina Janes, Skidmore College, "Lemuel Gulliver, Map-Maker."
With a response from Dr. James Ward, University of Ulster, Coleraine.
The Symposium is free to the public, and will begin at 2.15 pm on Saturday 25 November 2017