AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Etudes irlandaises Vol 47 n 2 - Automne 2022|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/12/2022|
Jessica BUNDSCHUH, Auteur |
Maurice Riordan’s “The Idylls” is a prose poem sequence in The Holy Land (2007) with few Irish or Northern Irish precursors. As an elegy for his father and his family farm, Riordan resuscitates mem...
Inextricably Entangled: The Porosity of Human and Non-Human Bodies in Sara Baume’s A Line Made by Walking
Camille PINETTES, Auteur |
It has been argued that many contemporary writers display growing levels of ecological awareness in their writing and that the depiction of nature in Irish literature is changing. This is certainly...
Deirdre Sullivan is an emerging Irish writer who has been repeatedly rewarded for her work and has received favourable criticism from authors and academics such as Jack Zipes but has not yet arouse...
Helen PENET, Auteur |
This article proposes to compare the two versions of Dermot Bolger’s novel, and to show how A Second Life: A Renewed Novel (2010) reflects the changes which have taken place in Ireland between 1993...
Riona NIC CONGAIL, Auteur |
Within 20th-century Irish-language writing, it is rare to find Irish-speaking women who have documented their lives in print form. To find three sisters who have published their thoughts through th...
In 1995, President Mary Robinson in her ground-breaking speech entitled “Cherishing the Irish Diaspora” evoked the importance of reaching out to Ireland’s vast global community. From this time, ini...
“Shaking the wings of their terrible youths”: Exploring References and Allusions in Hozier’s Eponymous Debut Album (2014)
Elena CANIDO MUINO, Auteur |
As British ethnomusicologist Martin Stokes writes: “Music is clearly very much a part of modern life and our understanding of it, articulating our knowledge of other peoples, places, times and thin...
Hélène ALFARO-HAMAYON, Intervieweur ; Jan CARSON, Personne interviewée |
Jan Carson is a Belfast-based writer originally from Ballymena. Her books include Malcom Orange Disappears (2014), Children’s Children (2016), Postcard Stories (2017), The Fire Starters (2019), whi...
Marie MIANOWSKI, Auteur |
Mary Reynolds is a reformed Irish landscape designer, bestselling author of The Garden Awakening (Cambridge, Green Books, 2016) and We Are the ARK (Portland, Timber Press, 2022), and a nature activ...