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|Titre :||Etudes irlandaises Vol 39 n 2 - 2014|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2014|
Colum KENNY, Auteur |
The author contrasts current images of the Irish Catholic Church with an abiding popular narrative of the relationship between priests and people in Ireland. He notes a recent decline in church att...
They all seem to have inherited the horrible ugliness and sewer filth of sex : Catholic Guilt in Selected Works by John McGahern
Eamon MAHER, Auteur |
John McGahern's literary canvas concentrates mainly on the north-western midlands of Ireland during the middle and latter half of the last century. Many of his characters, influenced by a rather pu...
Catherine PIOLA, Auteur |
Depuis les années 1990, le paysage religieux irlandais de la République et de l'Irlande du Nord s'est modifié sous l'effet de profonds changements démographiques, culturels et idéologiques. Les don...
Yann BEVANT, Auteur |
The Irish Roman Catholic Church was affected by deep and far-reaching changes from the early 1960s to the late 1970s. The turning point which led to a period of revision and to a reassessment of th...
An Art that Knows its Mind : Prayer, Poetry and Post-Catholic Identity in Seamus Heaney's "Squarings"
Eugene O'BRIEN, Auteur |
Seamus Heaney's "Squarings" sequence's 1991 collection Seeing Things of the "virtue of an art that knows its mind". This sequence attempts to know the mind in both its immanent and transcendent...
Déborah VANDEWOUDE, Auteur |
L'Eglise catholique irlandaise traverse une crise d'autorité sans précédent. La médiatisation de scandales a accéléré le déclin de la désinstitutionnalisation des pratiques religieuses. Les normes ...
Catherine MAIGNANT, Auteur |
The 2013 debate on abortion is the starting point of this paper, which argues that the evolution of Church-State relationships since the creation of the Irish Free State may be understood in theolo...
James S. ROGERS, Auteur |
In many ways, The Road to Silence , the slim second volume of autobiography by the Cork-based poet Sean Dunne, conforms to the "circular" pattern of spiritual biography as theorized by David Lei...
From Irish Exceptionalism to European Normality? : The New Islamic Presence in the Republic of Ireland
Oliver SCHARBRODT, Auteur |
Due to its colonial past, Ireland has often been described as an exceptional state in Western Europe. The discourse of Irish exceptionalism also suggests a smoother path of integration for Muslim m...
Laurence COX, Auteur |
This article uses a world- systems perspective to analyse the development of Buddhism in Ireland, in particular the post-1990 period which saw a tenfold increase in those formally identifying as Bu...
Carmen KUHLING, Auteur |
This paper will examine the New Age Movement in Ireland in the context of theoretical debates and empirical trends relevant to the themes of secularisation, commodification and crisis. This paper w...