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|Titre :||Etudes irlandaises Vol 41 n 1 - 2016|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2016|
Anne GOARZIN, Auteur |
The Aftermath Project (2013-14) aims at offering insights into comparable experiences of displacement and trauma in times of conflict through an assemblage of online media as well as exhibits throu...
Emilie BERTHILLOT, Auteur |
Entre 1880 et 1922, le Château de Dublin se transforme : le quartier général des deux forces de police de la ville (la Dublin Metropolitan Police et la Royal Irish Constabulary) devient celui d'un ...
Frédéric ARMAO, Auteur |
The present article analyzes the use of Irish mythology (and more specifically of "Celtic" festivals) in the course of the 20th century by two Irish authors, William Butler Yeats and Brian Friel. T...
Elizabeth GRUBGELD, Auteur |
George Moore always claimed a literary paternity more French than Anglophone, and although the degree of his debt to Jean-Jacques Rousseau remains a matter of speculation, a comparison of their aut...
Flore COULOUMA, Auteur |
This article examines Gerard Donovan's representation of the new Ireland in his 2008 collection of short stories Young Irelanders. Spanning the past decade, Donovan's stories chronicle the strangen...
Francis M. CARROLL, Auteur |
Irish foreign relations shaped the process of Ireland's emergence as a sovereign nation state. The channels through which this independent status were achieved and recognized were membership in the...
Anne-Marie O'CONNELL, Auteur |
18th-century Ireland under the Penal Laws produced many poems deploring the country's fate under British rule. Brian Merriman, a hedge schoolmaster from Clare, published in 1780 a long, satirical p...
A Revision of "the Irish Exception" : Sean Murphy, Irish Recognition Policy and the Republic of France, 1944
Mervyn O'DRISCOLL, Auteur |
The article reframes Irish wartime neutrality. It posits that Ireland's policy towards Vichy France conformed to the prevailing legal interpretations in the field of diplomatic recognition. This wa...
" Rubbing away their roughness by mutual contact" : Post-Confederation Irish writers and Canadian National Identity
Raymond JESS, Auteur |
This article will look at how two Irish writers in nineteenth and early twentieth century Montreal used the print culture of their new Canadian home as a way of conceptualizing a burgeoning nationa...
Pierre LONGUENESSE, Auteur |
Dans The Dreaming of the Bones, écrit sous le coup des événements de Pâques 1916 à Dublin, Yeats met en scène, jouant du modèle du Nô, un jeune insurgé en fuite, confronté à deux fantômes, à mi-che...