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Marion Mossu
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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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Horaires d'ouverture

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

Le Centre Culturel Irlandais est fermé, suite aux annonces gouvernementales

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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Imagined Nations: Newspapers, Identity, and the Free Trade Crisis of 1779

Article

This article examines patriot sentiment in eighteenth-century Ireland through the developing newspaper press, charting the gradual emergence of a patriot press and the role of that press in articulating a new national identity in the Free Trade [...]
'No improper employment for a clergyman'; or what prompted Berkeley to issue a second, much-revised, edition of The Querist in 1750?

Article

George Caffentzis's compelling account of why Berkeley published the three-part, anonymous Querist in 1735-7 poses the question of what impelled him to bring out a much-truncated, single-volume version of the work under his own name in 1750. Rea[...]
Swift and the Sacramental Test: A New Attribution fom 1719

Article

This article seeks to demonstrate that the anonymous pamphlet, 'Some Consideration upon the Late Attempt to Repeal th Test Act' (1719), was written by Jonathan Swift. The argument is based on a comparison with other tracts ackowledged to have be[...]
‘Body on the Wire’: Leontia Flynn on Living through Divided Politics

Article

Although Northern Irish poet Leontia Flynn’s work has always been politically invested, her 2018 collection The Radioshifts its gaze fromglobal pressures on the local to local lessons for global geopolitics.The poet of‘the new North’, born and r[...]
Dark Knowledge: Deirdre Madden’s One by One in the Darkness

Article

Deirdre Madden’s novel One by One in the Darkness, first published in 1996, marks its twenty-fifth anniversary in 2021. Madden began writing the book in 1993 in anticipation of another anniversary(a quarter century of political and sectaria[...]
‘I am of Them’: Tom O’Flaherty’s Socialist Fictions and the Irish Free State

Article

Tom O’Flaherty’s unpublished novel Red Crom’s Island is a distinctly political potboiler that envisions the Gaeltacht as a potential centre for leftist revolutionary activity. By comparison, O’Flaherty’s two Anglophone short stories collection[...]
Contemporary Feminist Protest in Ireland: #MeToo in Irish Theatre

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This essay draws upon the work of Judith Butler, Sara Ahmed, and Germaine Greer to consider the #MeToo movement and its reflection in the work of the author’s students and the scandal at Dublin’s Gate Theatre. Taking competing conceptions of fre[...]
The Ends of Irish Studies? On Whiteness, Academia,and Activism

Article

This essay reflects on the meaning of ‘the political’in relation to academic work, in particular Irish Studies and literary scholarship.Speaking from the standpoint of my involvements as an ally-activistin grassroots migrant justice organising a[...]

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

In 2011 Queen Elizabeth made her first ever state visit to the Irish Republic. It was a great, moving occasion. In settling once and for all its relationship with Ireland, Britain was also settling its relationship with the rest of the world, ta[...]
Maria Edgeworth's Child Heroes, Irish Education and 'the spirit of revenge'

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This article considers Maria Edgeworth's unpublished 1799 essay advocating mass education in Ireland in relation to her tales for children published in the immediate aftermath of the 1798 upsrising. For Edgeworth, the education of the poor, gran[...]
Writing Famine, Writing Empire

Article

In the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, the colonies controlled by the British, the Dutch, and other European countries witnessed a number of devastating famines. These famines did not solely arise for the ‘natural’ reasons of the shortage of[...]
Fintan O'Toole - Carte Blanche

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Fintan O'TOOLE, Auteur | 2019
Cet événement a eu lieu dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI. A la fois auteur, critique littéraire et historien, Fintan O’Toole est surtout connu pour son franc-parler légendaire, qui en fait l’un des commentateurs politiques le[...]

Livre

Ireland had a foreign policy and a diplomatic service before there was an internationally recognised independent Irish state. The origins of the modern Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade lie in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs established as[...]