James Joyce Manuscripts from the Hans E. Jahnke bequest

James Joyce by Alex Ehrezweig, 2015: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:James_Joyce_by_Alex_Ehrenzweig,_1915_restored.jpg. Summary: The project concerned the publication of the relevant digitised manuscripts of the ZJJF Hans E Jahnke bequest in the online catalogue of the National Library of Ireland. The project fulfils the desire of the donor to ensure that the manuscripts are accessible to scholars, while respected the wish of Giorgio Joyce' and his wife Asta Osterwalder Joyce to keep the collection together and under no circumstances to see it scattered or sold.

Type of Project: The documents come from a single collection at the Zuerich James Joyce Foundation.

Countries Involved: 2

Websitehttp://catalogue.nli.ie/Collection/vtls000574886 

Detail

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Website

Description

Publication of the relevant digitised manuscripts of the ZJJF Hans E Jahnke bequest in the online catalogue of the National Library of Ireland.


This digital collection is part of the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at the Zurich James Joyce Foundation. It was the expressed wish of the donor, Prof. Hans E. Jahnke (1944-2010), that scholars have access to the documents. The Joyce Manuscripts from the Hans E. Jahnke Bequest at Zurich James Joyce Foundation are the property of the Foundation and were published online on behalf of the Zurich James Joyce Foundation by the National Library of Ireland in 2014. The collection was part of Giorgio Joyce's estate, some of which passed to his second wife Asta Osterwalder Joyce. It was their wish that the collection be kept together and under no circumstances scattered or sold. 

Partners

  • National Library of Ireland, Republic of Ireland
  • Zuerich James Joyce Foundation, Switzerland

Duration

  • 1 year (2013-2014)

Access to Data and Documents

Available for viewing through the National Library of Ireland (NLI) online catalogue.

Digital images available to the NLI for exhibition use.

Metadata is available for reuse for free for non-commercial use.

Volumetry

152 documents

PAC (Preservation and Conservation), Digital preservation, digital unification

Última actualización: 24 Julio 2019