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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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“A City upon a Hill”

Article

In 19th-century Ireland, Protestant societies disrupted the traditional demarcations of religious affiliations by promoting self-determination and individual discernment. This paper wishes to examine, in light of Ferdinand Tönnies’s concepts and[...]
Ulster Weeks

Article

Brexit has, once again, thrown into sharp relief the uncertain relationship between Ulster unionism and their fellow citizens. Since 1948 a constant concern for unionism has been worries that British ambiguity towards Northern Ireland will event[...]
The Whereabouts of the Kingdom of God

Article

This article explores the journalistic efforts of the Sinn Féin activists in Arthur Griffith’s circle in the period 1909-11 to define Irish citizenship as an active, nation-building duty rather than the relatively passive electoral and financial[...]
L’État irlandais et les aides humanitaires destinées au peuple espagnol durant la guerre civile espagnole

Article

La guerre civile espagnole, qui eut lieu entre 1936 et 1939, compliqua l’agenda politique du Gouvernement irlandais, l’obligeant à gérer un grand nombre de situations, parmi lesquelles les demandes d’assistance au peuple espagnol que plusieurs o[...]
Costuming in Sean Keating's self-portraits: theatrical guise or political disguise?

Article

L’œuvre du peintre irlandais Seán Keating (1889–1977) a accompagné l’affirmation d’une irlandité mêlant tradition et modernité. Dans cette perspective, les nombreux autoportraits de l’artiste peuvent être considérés comme un moyen d’incarner un [...]
Fas an Chraoibhin

Article

Dubhghlas de hIde (Douglas Hyde) was part of the Protestant minority in Ireland during his youth. Despite this he decided to master Irish, a language typically associated with Irish Catholics of the lower classes. He was not brought up with Iris[...]

Livre

Introduction : L’Irlande post-révolutionnaire : bref état des lieux 1e PARTIE : Le Mouvement nationaliste et ses diverses expressions politiques Chapitre 1Aux origines du nationalisme irlandais moderne : du nationalisme « colonial » au nat[...]
Perceptions of the mentally ill Irish population during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Article

Analyses of British discriminatory perceptions of the Irish population during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries are well versed in the historiography. Previous works have demonstrated that the Irish migrant population were perceived to be d[...]
Queer Seductions of the Maternal in Dorothy Macardle's Earth-bound

Article

During her lifetime, Dorothy Macardle was a prominent public intellectual in both her native Ireland and post-war Europe. Her passionate engagement in Irish nationalism found expression in her writing; in her only collection of short stories, Ea[...]

Livre

John GIBNEY, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Dublin City Council | 2016
The Easter Rising mostly took place in Ireland's capital city and directly impacted on Dublin City Council. Some fighting occurred in sites belonging to the council, including City Hall itself, while some employees of the council fought in the R[...]
Beckett, Vichy, Maurras, and the Body

Article

This essay is about the relation between the treatment of the body in Beckett's major French texts of 1945–6 and the Vichy regime. It examines Vichy conceptions of physical life and their effect on Beckett's texts, considering those texts as res[...]

Livre

Lawrence William WHITE, Éditeur scientifique ; Patrick MAUME, Préfacier, etc. ; James QUINN, Éditeur scientifique ; David ROONEY, Illustrateur | Dublin : Royal Irish Academy | 2015
A selection of 40 articles from the Royal Irish Academy's Dictionary of Irish Biography, dealing with 42 men and women whose careers, in one way or another, were deeply involved with the Easter rising of 1916: Augustine Birrell, Winifred Carney,[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

1. Modest Proposals and Irish Futures
2. William Petty's Final Solution
3. William Molyneux and the Case for Ireland
4. Edmund Burke and the Case for Union
5. Thomas Malthus and Catholic Emancipation
6. Richard Whately and En[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising
Le "Parti nationaliste irlandais" au XIXe siècle

Article

Cet article reprend un des arguments développés par Paul Brennan dans sa thèse d'Etat, selon lequel le nationalisme parlementaire irlandais fut un "facteur d'éloignement", pour poursuivre la réflexion sur les orientations politiques suivies par [...]
Samuel Barber of Raithfriland

Article

This article traces the Reverend Samuel Barber's educational background, his experience as a Volunteer and his electioneering activities to argue that he maintained a constant political radicalism in the 1790s but this did not include the armed [...]

Livre

Chapter One: Sport before 1800
i: Inventing the Past: Sport in Medieval Ireland
ii: Hunting before 1800: From Medieval to Modern
iii: The World of Popular Play, 1500-1800
iv: Sport in Urbanizing Ireland
v: Horseracing and the[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

Tom INGLIS, Éditeur scientifique | Manchester : Manchester University Press | 2014
1. Introduction Tom Inglis
2. Irishness and nationalisms Siniša Maleševic´
3. Where is Ireland in the worlds of capitalism? Sean O Riain
4. Just another bubble economy? Denis O'Hearn
5. A Catholic vision of Ireland Bryan Fanning [...]
Daringly, yet with Reverence

Article

The article attempts to apply the elaborate theory of Polish romantic messianism to the rhetorix of Patrick Pearse, frequently yet without further specifications characterized as "meesianistic". Pears's writings are analysed alongside those of t[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising
Entre guerre et paix

Article

Cet article procède à un état des lieux des peintures murales nationalistes dans la ville de Belfast. Leur fonction essentielle est d'activer et de pérenniser les processus d'identification natiaonale. Les politiques publiques de transformation [...]
An Eviction in Kinnitty

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This article uses an eviction in Co. Offaly to examine the interaction between national and local republican politics during the first year of Fianan Fail in power. These politics revolved around and revealed the internal tensions within the IRA[...]
A Gallant little 'tirin'

Article

Throughout the Irish cultural revival of the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Wales was held up as an example by some Irish nationalists of how a nation could revive its traditional culture and language. These writers told their a[...]
The Irish Ulster Scots

Article

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 misunderstanding as a result. The article also at[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising
'They blew up the best portion of our city and " it is their duty to replace it'

Article

Denouncing the Rising as 'criminal madness', the Irish Independent, the most widely read national daily with a circulation of about 100,000, made clear in its first editorial after the outbreak the 'duty of the government to indemnify the suffer[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

Première partie : De la migration irlandaise initiale aux interactions militaires, religieuses et culturelles
Eamon O'Ciosain La migration irlandaise vers la France (1590-1690) et les enjeux de mémoire.
Pierre-Louis Coudray Soldats irlan[...]

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising
Contemporary Caitlin

Article

This article explores the ways in which the traditional trope of Cathleen Ni Houlihan continues to haunt some contemporary Irish women's novels. Focusing on recent "chick lit", the fraught relations between gender and nationalism are analysed wi[...]
The History of Ireland DVD 7-8

Vidéo

Kenneth GRIFFITH, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | [S.l.] : Go Entertain | 2012
Hang Up Your Brightest Colours : The film paints a vivid portrait of Michael Collins, from his birth to his early death.
Curious Journey : Documentary by Kenneth Griffith about a group of veterans of the Irish Rising
The History of Ireland DVD 9

Vidéo

Take a journey back in time and experience the birth of the Republic of Ireland - a path to freedom that encompassed a revolutionary war, a civil war, feuds and assassinations

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising

Livre

"16 Lives": a series of biographies of the sixteen men executed after the 1916 Easter Rising
Directions in historiography

Article

Nationalism remains arguably the most important framework within to explore, explain and understand modern Irish history. The object of this article is, first, to reflect on some impressive recent scholarship on the Irish nationalist past and, s[...]
A Forgotten Franco-Irish Literary Network

Article

This paper is an exploration of Irish émigré author Hannah Lynch (1859-1904), her participation in the salon culture of the Parisian belle époque, and the impact of these social and literary networks on her career. We will focus in particular on[...]
The Political career of Michael Tierney, 1920-44

Article

Although Michael Tierney became famous as a controversial, reforming president of UCD, he had been a ubiquitous figure in Irish national politics for over twenty years before. A radical member of Cumann na nGaedheal and a key intellectual influe[...]
"A Fenian pastime"? Early Irish board games and their identification with chess

Article

This article examines the role that chess, and board games of skill that were mistaken for chess, played in Irish cultural nationalism, particularly in the nineteenth century. It begins by situating the case study of chess in a broad context of [...]
Fenians, Ribbonmen and popular ideology's role in nationalist politics

Article

This article explores east Tyrone nationalist politics during the period 1906-9, demonstrating that at that point in time, conditions were not ripe for propelling the local nationalist majority to abandon constitutionalism in favour of the margi[...]
"Lost Hero of the Past"

Article

Uneasy assimilation to bourgeois nationalism and a qualified alienation from it are the crucial defining characteristics of Mangan's essentially subaltern poetic, explaining its frequent moments of cynicism, vacillation, and ideological disjunct[...]

Livre

The rebellion that set Ireland free, told as a graphic novel. The 1916 Easter Rising was an attempt by a small group of militant Irish republicans to win independence from Britain. It was the most significant rebellion in Ireland. Though a mi[...]
La France et les propagandes nationalistes irlandaises durant la Première Guerre mondiale

Article

Cet article explore la façon dont la presse nationaliste irlandaise a utilisé l'image de la France durant la première guerre mondiale. La radicalisation des politiques nationalistes, entre constitutionnalistes poussant au recrutement et radicaux[...]
James Connolly

Article

Dans cet article, nous étudierons les différentes étapes de l'évolution intellectuelle et idéologique de James Connolly de façon diachronique, en nous appuyant sur ses écrits et ses activités politiques. Dès son installation en Irlande en mai 18[...]
"Un point d'interrogation qui se veut écriture"

Article

The paper looks at Armand Gatti's work on the hunger strikes in Northern Ireland through an examination of two plays, Le Labyrinthe (1982) and Le Labyrinthe tel qu'il a été écrit par les habitants de l'histoire de Derry (1983), and a major essay[...]
An Earnest Endeavour for Peace? Unionist Opinion and the Craig/Collins Peace Pact of 30 March 1922

Article

This article considers the failed attempt to reconcile unionism and nationalism in Northern Ireland in March 1922. It reassesses the balance of forces on the unionist side who were in favour of, or opposed to, the March Peace Pact and argues tha[...]
Saoirse ?

Vidéo

George MORRISON, Metteur en scène, réalisateur ; Sean MAC REAMOINN, Commentateur ; Sean O RIADA, Compositeur | Dublin : Gael Linn | 2007
The Gael-Linn film "Saoirse" depicts the Irish stuggle for independence in the years 1919 to 1922, and the part played in the political events of those years by leaders, on all sides, such as Eamon de Valera, Arthur Griffith, Michael Collins, Ca[...]
Football and sectarianism in Glasgow during the 1920s and 1930s

Article

Of all the cities of England and Scotland, Glasgow is most widely associated with sectarianism. As Bill Murray has remarked, the city is renowned for its religion, violence and football, three elements which crystallise in the uniquely bitter en[...]
Hiberno-English and Group Rights

Article

This article discusses the Scots dialect in Ulster in the context of politicisation of language in Northern Ireland. It problematises academic and administrative approaches of terminology and discusses their legal and research significance. The [...]
Le Nationalisme constitutionel irlandais entre déterritorialisation et reterritorialisation

Article

Cet article s'interroge sur la signification des concessions faites par la nationalisme constitutionnel irlandais en 1998, dans le cadre de l'Accord de Belfast, sur la question de la partition. En s'appuyant sur l'analyse des discours nationalis[...]