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|Titre :||Etudes irlandaises Vol. 38 n 2 - 2014|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2014|
Ian ADAMSON, Auteur |
This paper is designed to show how my involvement in the development of the early Ulster-Scots movement has evolved in recent years towards using the Ulster-Scots tradition as part of a broader pan...
Wesley HUTCHINSON, Compilateur ; Wesley HUTCHINSON, Commentateur |
James Orr, "The Wanderer" Thomas Beggs, "The Auld Wife's Address to Her Spinning Wheel" Samuel Turner, "Lezzie McMinn" (1846) Archibald McIlroy, "Odds and ends", and "Dolly McQuoit" Will...
Willie DRENNAN, Auteur |
This article sets out to provide a broad overview of how Ulster-Scots cultural identity is presented today through music, dance and song. Historical background explains the origins of the cultural ...
Gordon RAMSEY, Auteur |
This paper describes the Ulster-Scots Musical Revival which started in the late 1990s, and argues that neither Hobsbawn and Ranger's conception of "invented tradition" nor Rosenberg's theorisation ...
Ian James PARSLEY, Auteur |
This paper demonstrates that the idea that a language, a culture and a nation are tied together as one single unit just because they share the same name is almost always fundamentally flawed. In No...
Liam LOGAN, Auteur |
Liam Logan, someone from an Irish nationalist background, gives his perspective on Ulster Scots as a cross-community tongue. Ulster Scots has been unfairly burdened with politics and has suffered m...
Philip ROBINSON, Auteur |
The Scottish Metrical Psalter of 1650 commands an iconic cultural significance within the Ulster-Scots tradition, and it has been treasured with intense religious affection for hundreds of years. T...
Laura SPENCE, Auteur |
In recent years BBC Northern Ireland (BBCNI) has responded to a growing interest in Ulster-Scots language and culture by producing a range of Ulster-Scots television and radio programmes and online...
Publishing the "Invisible" Language : Some Influences on Ulster-Scots Publishing in the Modern Revival Period
Anne SMYTH, Auteur |
Access to authentic written Ulster-Scots material is essential to its progress as a European Regional Minority Language. This study examines the competing pressures governing its publication, withi...
Ivan HERBISON, Auteur |
This paper examines the origin, development and construction of John Hewitt's concept of the Rhyming Weavers. It argues that there is a need to reassess his concept in the light of contemporary cri...
Poetic Justice : Ensuring a Place for Ulster-Scots Literature within the School Curiculum in the North of Ireland
Carol BARANIUK, Auteur |
Since John Hewitt's mid-twentieth century research stimulated interest in the "rhyming weavers", awareness has been growing among scholars of the richness of the Ulster-Scots literary tradition. Th...