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Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
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Carole Jacquet
Responsable des ressources documentaires

Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

Où nous trouver ?

Tout près du Panthéon !
Centre Culturel Irlandais
5, rue des Irlandais - 75005 Paris

RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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The Rising Goes Digital

Article

The “decade of commemorations” initiated on May 1st, 2013 in Ireland has brought about a wide range of new media projects which aim at remembering events and understanding how ideals are elaborated and how famous or anonymous figures and women, [...]

Livre

1. The Origins of the BBC in Northern Ireland 2. 'The Troubles' arrive 3. Balance? The BBC in Northern Ireland 1972-78 4. Roy Mason, the BBC and the second battle of Culloden 5. Margaret Thatcher and 'the oxygen of publicity'
Broadcasting Ulster-Scots

Article

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 media. This paper broadly summarises BBCNI outp[...]

Livre

Mark O'BRIEN, Éditeur scientifique ; Felix M. LARKIN, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Four Courts Press | 2014
'An extraordinarily clever journalist': Arthur Griffith's editorships, 18991919, by Colum Kenny
An Claidheamh Soluis agus Fainne an Lae: 'the turning of the tide', by Regina Ui Chollatain
Irish-Ireland and Catholic Whiggery: D.P. Moran a[...]
The Last Word

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After 25 years, to mark the final print edition of Film Ireland Magazine, we bring together past editors to talk about where the magazine came from and what the future holds: Ted Sheehy, Ross Whitaker, Hugh Linehan, Johnny Cogan
Keeping disloyalty within bounds?

Article

Control over the media is a key lever of state power. During the First World War and immediate post-war period, British officials in Ireland exercised this power as they attempted to curtail radical Irish nationalism. While state control over th[...]
Livre

Livre

Eamon O CIOSAIN, Auteur | 2011
Ce classeur réunit les chapitre d'ouvrages et articles suivants : - The Irish Language and Radio : A Response / Rosemary Day in Current Issues in Language & Society ; Vol. 7, No. 2, 2000 - p. 159-168 - Irish Language Broadcast Media : The Int[...]
Irish and Translation

Article

This survey discusses the broader context of the 2005 decision to include Irish among the EU's official and working languages, particularly its effects on translation and interpretation. Irish's new EU status coincides with increased support at [...]
"The most terrible assassination that has yet stained the name of Belfast"

Article

At the beginning of 2001 the First Minister of Northern Ireland, David Trimble, found himself confronted with more than his fair share of intractable difficulties: having narrowly survived an internal vote of the Ulster Unionist Party on whether[...]
Friend or Foe

Article

Adam Lacey asks whether Irish critics are doing Irish film any favours
Stratégie électorale et construction d'image

Article

En étant reconduit au pouvoir, le parti de Bertie Ahern a touché les dividendes d'une situation économique favorable et d'une image de marque relativement claire et positive. Sur un marché électoral concurrentiel, Fianna Fail a élaboré une strat[...]

Livre

After Bloody Sunday investigates the ways in which the events in Derry on 30th January 1972 have found representation in photography, film, theatre, poetry, television documentary, art installations, murals, music, commemorative events, legal di[...]
Ar an Taifead

Livre

This book is widely used in Irish language training courses about the media and communications.
Co-operation, Compromise and Confrontation

Article

The Universal News was published in London for nine years between December 1860 and December 1869. It originated as a co-operative effort between Irish and English Catholics to produce a newspaper which, though essentially secular, was to[...]
Economic Reality Bites

Article

In the first part of an examination of film activity in Ireland from an economic perspective, Erik Salholm looks at the travails of the screenwriter and the opportunities offered by television
« If you're not Irish, stop calling yourself Irish"

Article

The opening years of the twenty-first century can be characterized by the increased overlap between cyberspace and the physical world; virtual reality is more real than it has ever been. The rising popularity of web 2.1. forms of self-expression[...]
"Smuggling Zebras for Lunch"

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In this paper we offer a critical account of Irish print media coverage of recent immigration. Using data from the year 2002 we consider how both broadsheet and tabloid print media have sought to explain the issues surrounding asylum seekers. Ou[...]