1. Writing Ulysses Michael Groden; 2. Reception history Joseph Brooker; 3. Afterlife Jonathan Goldman; 4. Beginnings Scarlett Baron; 5. Character, plot, myth Margot Norris; 6. Setting: Dublin 1904/1922 Enda Duffy; 7. Endings Maud Ellmann; 8. City circuits: 'Aeolus' and 'Wandering Rocks' Michael Rubenstein; 9. Memory: 'Sirens' Marjorie Howes; 10. Interruption: 'Cyclops' and 'Nausicaa' Sean Latham; 11. Difficulty: 'Oxen of the Sun' and 'Circe' Cheryl Herr; 12. Intertextuality Brandon Kershner; 13. Bodies Vike Plock; 14. Symbols and things Paul Saint-Amour.
Sean Latham is the Pauline Walter McFarlin Endowed Chair of English and Comparative Literature at the University of Tulsa, where he serves as editor of the James Joyce Quarterly, coeditor of the Journal of Modern Periodical Studies, and codirector of the Modernist Journals Project funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. He writes and teaches in the areas of media studies, modernism, periodical studies and digital culture. He is the author or editor of several books, including Am I a Snob?: Modernism and the Novel (2003); The Art of Scandal: Modernism, Libel Law, and the Roman a Clef (2009); James Joyce: Visions and Revisions (2009); and Joyce's Modernism (2004). His articles have appeared in Modern Fiction Studies, PMLA and New Literary History.