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Centre Culturel Irlandais
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Horaires d'ouverture

Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
Fermé week-end et jours fériés

Un pass sanitaire vous sera demandé

Contacts

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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Livre

Although it left little physical trace, Gaelic Ulster was once a vigorous, confident society, whose members fought and feasted, sang and prayed. It maintained schools of poets, physicians, historians and lawyers, whose studies were conducted lar[...]

Livre

Cet ouvrage vous invite à pénétrer dans les secrets du Livre de Kells, trésor inestimable du Trinity College de Dublin. Réalisé très probablement dans le courant du IXe siècle, il s'agit de l'un des manuscrits médiévaux enluminés les plus connus[...]
Une si longue conquête

Article

Sean DUFFY, Personne interviewée ; Lucas CHABALIER, Intervieweur |
La conquête de l'Irlande par les Anglais s'est faite en deux temps, au XIIe-XIIIe siècle, puis au XVIe siècle. Au XVIIIe, les Irlandais, qui tentent de conserver leur religion, le catholicisme, et leur langue, le gaélique, sont opprimés comme ja[...]

Livre

Irish inhabitants of the 'four obedient shires' - a term commonly used to describe the region at the heart of the English colony in the later Middle Ages - were significantly anglicised, taking on English names, dress, and even legal status. How[...]
The Ages of a Woman and the Middle Ages

Article

This essay springs from the experience of translating the Old Irish ‘Song of the Woman of Beare’, and from researching its reception in the twentieth century. The poem was rediscovered in the 1890s and the scholarly reaction is tinged with Victo[...]
I heard him in that ancient poem

Article

In this interview, conducted in the Summer of 2014, Frank McGuinness talks about his introduction to Old and Middle English as a student in University College Dublin and its influence on his writings. Particular attention is given to his enormou[...]
Medievalism and Writing Modern Poetry

Article

Bernard O'Donoghue argues that his choice of specialising in the medieval parts of an English degree may have been unconsciously dictated by the language and culture of an Irish Catholic upbringing and school education. At Umeraboy National Scho[...]
Stylistic contrast and narrative function in Cogad Gaedel re Gallaib

Article

The battle of Clontarf was fought in A.D 1014 by the forces of Brian Boru, over-king of Munster, and his allies against the forces of Viking Dublin, Leinster and their foreign allies. The saga 'The War of the Irish and the Foreigners' (Cogad Gae[...]
Irish clergy and diocesan church in the 'four obedient shires' of Ireland, c.1400 - c.1540

Article

In 1435 the Irish council complained to Henry VI that there is not left in the nether parts of the counties of Dublin, Meath, Louth, and Kildare, that join together, out of the subjection of the said enemies and rebels scarcely thirty miles in l[...]

Livre

Richard STANIHURST, Auteur ; John BARRY, Éditeur scientifique ; Hiram MORGAN, Éditeur scientifique | Cork : Cork University Press | 2013
Great Deeds in Ireland is the first full translation of the controversial Latin history of Ireland by the famous Dublin intellectual, Richard Stanihurst. Written after he fled Elizabethan London for the Netherlands, De Rebus in Hibernia Gestis w[...]
Select document: A Charter of Hugh II de Lacy, earl of Ulster, to Hugh Hose (2 March 1207)

Article

In 1206, the year after he was created earl of Ulster by King John, the forces of Hugh II de Lacy (d. 1242) devastated the ecclesiastical civitas of Armagh for ten successive days and nights. The ferocity of de Lacy's attacks might be par[...]
The Crusades to 1291 in the annals of medieval Ireland

Article

Since the late 1980s crusade historiography has shown increasing interest in the periphery of Europe and the less "traditional" crusading areas of Scotland, Wales, Poland and Scandinavia. Consideration of Ireland has formed part of this spread o[...]
The Mendicant orders and vernacular Irish learning in the late medieval period

Article

The significant contribution of the mendicant orders, and especially the Franciscans, to medieval European and English literature has for long been a subject of much detailed examination by scholars. It has been argued that the spiritual ethos a[...]
The Book of Kells

Vidéo

Murray GRIGOR, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | Dublin : Crescendo Concepts | 2010
This documentary explores how the greatest Irish Manuscript and its great illuminated pages managed to survive from the Middle Ages, and how the monks of the monastery of Iona founded by St Colomba, combined the influences of the East with Celti[...]
King and magnate in medieval Ireland

Article

While the reigns of England's Angevin kings, Henry II, Richard I and John, have sparked centuries of historical interest, the verdicts rendered have been as diverse as the times that produced them. Increasingly, historians have come to highlight[...]
Links to Pagan Ritual in Medieval Irish Literature

Article

This article uncovers links to pagan Irish rites which can be deduced from excerpts in the form of lists from medieval literature. There are three presented here: from Aidedh Ferghusa Maic Léti (Death of Fergus Mac Leide, c. 1100 A.D.), from Bui[...]
Beowulf et le barbare

Article

Beowulf, épopée rédigée au VIIIe siècle, en vieil anglais et par un poète anonyme, dépeint une société balbutiante qui oscille entre la civilisation et le chaos, l'élévation et la régression à un état informe. Le jeune héros, Beowulf, vient au s[...]
Factions, Feuds and Noble Power in the Lordship of Ireland, <i>c.</i> 1356-1496

Article

On 17 September 1496 Gerald, eighth earl of Kildare (the "Great Earl"), landed at Howth, County Dublin, after a lengthy and troubled voyage from England. One of the earl's fellow travelers gave thanks to God for his safe arrival. If Kildare did [...]
The Triumph of 'Virtuous Liberty'

Article

History writing in the long eighteenth century was shaped by the two golden age myths, one secular (a Milesian civilisation lasting until 1169), the other Christian (the island of saints and scholars). The viking incursions and subsequent urban [...]
Dallan's Elegy for Columba

Livre

Brian FERRAN, Artiste ; DALLAN FORGAILL, Auteur ; P L HENRY, Directeur de publication ; P L HENRY, Traducteur | 2006
English marcher lineages in south Dublin in the late middle ages

Article

The English marcher lineages, or, perhaps more accurately, those families or kindreds nor of Gaelic descent who settled in the area now comprising south County Dublin following the arrival of the English, played an instrumental part in shaping t[...]

Livre

This book is intended for use by those who wish to understand the religious and secular life of early Ireland. The authors have used the remains of monastic sites of early Christian Ireland and historical source material to reconstruct the life [...]
The Cathach of Colum Cille

CD-Rom

The Cathach is the oldest extant Irish illuminated manuscript, dated to c. CE 600. Legend has it that Colum Cille copied the manuscript from a psalter lent to him by St. Finnian. A full-color booklet introduces readers to the provenance, art his[...]
Aspects de la civilisation copte en Irlande

Article

L'étude des manuscrits insulaires et textes irlandais du haut Moyen-Age suggère que le monachisme celte a hérité de certains traits de l'art et de la spiritualité coptes. Même s'il est difficile de mesurer avec précision l'apport des Coptes, le [...]
De Beltaine à Pâques

Article

Le présent article avance l'argument que certains monastères irlandais ont cherché à assimiler Beltaine à Pâques. Nous passerons en revue les Annales irlandaises, le Lebor Gabala Erenn, et les hagiographies de Muirchu et Tirechan dans cet[...]
De Jérusalem vers l'Irlande

Article

Les premiers arts chrétiens d'Irlande manifestent, du VIe au Xe siècles, une obsession consciente ou inconsciente de la crucifixion de Jésus et de son sépulcre à Jérusalem. Elle exprime un désir profond de s'emparer du caractère sacré de ces lie[...]
Edward II and Ireland (in fact and in fiction)

Article

One of the most familiar facts in the history of the medieval lordship of Ireland is that, depsite plans by Henry III in 1243 and by Edward III in 1331-2, no king of England came to Ireland between the expedition of King John in 1210 and those o[...]
L'Influence gaélique sur la poésie scaldique

Article

La question de l'influence gaélique sur la poésie scaldique a passionné les chercheurs depuis la fin du XIXe siècle et encore aujourd'hui en Islande les opinions sont partagées. Nous nous proposons dans cet article de passer en revue les différe[...]
Language and Identity in Early Medieval Ireland

Article

The island of Ireland was never conquered by the Roman Empire and this fact is largely responsible for so many of the cultural idiosyncrasies of early medieval Ireland (600-1200). The widespread use of the vernacular in medieval Irish written so[...]
The Liturgical Veneration of Irish Saints in Medieval Europe

Article

Until very recently, the liturgical music of medieval Ireland had not been much documented or studied. A primary reason for this neglect was the assumption that since the majority of the manuscripts were based in the Sarum (or English) Rite, the[...]
Nineteenth Century National and Gender Determinism and the Reception of Early Irish Literature

Article

This article offers a historical survey of the use of early medieval Gaelic culture as an instrument of political rhetoric and national assertiveness. Such manipulation resulted in the misrepresentation of the nature of that culture, due to its [...]
Tánaise Ríg

Article

The aim of this article is to suggest that, during the period from the beginning of the seventh century until the end of the tenth century, there were no heir-designates in Irish society and that the artificial introduction of the tánaise ríg[...]
Traces de la tradition païenne dans la première Irlande chrétienne

Article

Cet article a pour objet de montrer à l'aide d'exemples pris dans différents domaines, que la tradition dite « nativiste » et son adversaire « anti-nativiste » ne sont pas nécessairement mutuellement exclusives, et peuvent, au contraire, faire s[...]