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Some things which may be of use (I can’t vouch for any of them - I haven’t read them):
Who’s afraid of James Joyce? by Karen R. Lawrence (2010)
Joyce and Feminism by Bonnie Kime Scott (1984)
Joyce : feminism / post / colonialism by Ellen Carol Jones (1998)
Writing Against the Family : Gender in Lawrence and Joyce by Cynthia Lewiecki-Wilson (1994)
Hope this helps?
I’m working from Joyce and Feminism by Bonnie Scott Kime right now and it’s a solid overview of the various women in Joyce’s life, as well as his famous female characters.
Also, this might be Ulysses-specific (certainly centered), but Molly Bloom: A Polylogue on “Penelope” and Cultural Studies, ed. Richard Pierce (I haven’t looked at this yet as I’m waiting for it on loan)