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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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Irish Culture(s): Hyphenated, Bilingual, or Plurilingual?

Article

This article begins with a review of the usage of the term ‘Anglo-Irish’(including the background to the establishment of the Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama in UCD in 1966), and examines the critical fortunes of an alternative term,‘H[...]

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[...]
Ireland’s English Question

Article

Brian Dillon, Naoise Dolan, Anne Enright, Patrick Freyne, Sinéad Gleeson, Selina Guinness, Roisin Kiberd and Susan McKay on England and its influences in the shadow of Brexit.
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[...]

Livre

Northern Ireland's frontier with the South has been an invisible line since the peace agreement of 1998. Now the battle over the UK's decision to leave the EU risks turning it into a hard border. Yet few people in the rest of Britain (or Ireland[...]
Brexit : la revanche ?

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Le référendum du 23 juin 2016 et la décision des Britanniques de sortir de l'Union européenne reposent de manière nouvelle la question de l'Irlande du Nord. Qui, pour la première fois, décidera du destin du Royaume-Uni.

Livre

Catherine MAIGNANT, Éditeur scientifique | Neuilly : Atlande | Clefs concours | 2018
Le Home Rule en Irlande Le Home Rule dans la presse anglaise Affinités impériales : l’Inde et l’Irlande, 1870-1914 Home Rule All Round : Home Rule et colonies de peuplement Carrières impériales : Les Irlandais dans l’empire brit[...]
Atlantic Isles

Evénement enregistré

Manchan MAGAN, Auteur | 2016
Evénement enregistré dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI.

Livre

1 Shaw and the Rise of Reverse Snobbery 2 Shaw and the Irish Diaspora 3 Shaw and Irish Anglican Preoccupations 4 Shaw and the Stage Englishman in Irish Literature

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'

Livre

1. The best are leaving: fitness, marriage, and the crisis of the national family
2. Pink witch: women, modernity, and urbanisation
3. British paddies: realism and the Irish immigrant
4. The vanishing Irish: assimilation, ethnicisati[...]
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 [...]

Livre

Patricia KENNEDY, Auteur ; Jimmy DEENIHAN, Préfacier, etc. | Sallins : Irish Academic Press | 2015

1.Emigration from Ireland to Britain The Start of the Journey
2.The Church and Migration: Universal and Local
3.Origins of the Irish Emigrant Chaplaincy
4.Ministering to Labourers and Hotel Workers
5.Reaching out around Brita[...]
A dance for all the outcasts

Article

As Susan Bassnett and Harish Trivedi argue, ‘translation does not happen in a vacuum, but in a continuum; it is not an isolated act, it is part of an ongoing process of intercultural transfer’. In understanding Brendan Behan's most celebrated an[...]
A Dublin Rape of the Lock

Article

The Amazoniad (1806), a mock-heroic poem in five cantos written in the style of Alexander Pope's verse satires, lampoons Dublin society in the aftermath of the Union of Great Britain and Ireland in 1801. In it John Wilson Croker, regarded as one[...]
'Interest' and Anglo-Irish Political Discourse in the 1720-21 Bank Pamphlet Literature

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The language of 'interest' was a key feature in 1720-21 debates about an Irish national bank, as it was in the wider British and trans-Atlantic context. In the pamphlet literature, multiple meanings of 'interest' were leveraged to analyze the im[...]
'This Ultima Thule'

Article

When Britain captured the Cape of Good Hope at the end of the eighteenth century, it was already part of a sophisticated maritime system and commercial interests. But the first decades of British rule in Southern Africa facilitated the developme[...]

Livre

Table of contents: 1. 'Apparitions of death and disease': Official responses to the famine 2. 'Some great and terrible calamity': Relief efforts from near and far 3. 'A labour of love': Quaker charity 4. 'An ocean of benevolence': The general re[...]

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[...]
John Ardagh (1840-1907)

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This paper looks at the fate of an Anglo-Irish officer in the British army during the Anglo-Boer War (1899-1902). Having noted the extent to which the Irish were represented in the British army, the paper tracks the career of Britain's imperial [...]
Select document: the Prescott-Decie letter

Article

What was the nature and extent of the British government's responsibility for reprisals in the summer and autumn of 1920, during the Irish War of Independence? The government's public position at the time - that they were doing everything possib[...]
From Innovation to Emulation

Article

In 1783, the Benevolent Society of St Patrick developed a liberal program of relief to assist the Irish poor in London. Yet, by 1785, the society came under attack for pursuing a course of heedless 'innovation' that seemed to promote Irish separ[...]
German Invasion and Spy Scares in Ireland 1890s-1914

Article

The impact of so-called invasion novels on Great Britain before the outbreak of the First World War in 1914 is well-known. However, it is far less known concerning Ireland. This article shows its effects, notably a confusion between fiction and [...]
"Les Irlandais attendent avec une légère impatience

Article

La première demande d'adhésion irlandaise à la CEE, en 1961, suscita une forte réserve de la part de Paris. Malgré les réticences des cinq autres Etats membres, la France bloqua toute décision sur la demande irlandaise jusqu'en octobre 1962. En [...]
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

Eamonn O CIARDHA, Éditeur scientifique ; Micheal O SIOCHRU, Éditeur scientifique | Manchester : Manchester University Press | 2012
Jenny Wormald 'The 'British' Crown, the Earls and the Plantation of Ulster'
Martin MacGregor 'Civilizing' Gaelic Scotland: The Scottish Isles and the Stuart Empire'
Philip Withington 'Plantation and Civil Society'
Ian Archer 'The Cit[...]
A Policy of Futility

Article

This article offers the first comprehensive analysis of the world-wide anti-partition campaign undertaken by Eamon de Valera from 1948 to 1951. First, it examines the propaganda de Valera employed in the United States of America, Australia, New [...]
England's re-imagining of Ireland in the nineteenth century

Article

In spite of the unhappy nature of Anglo-Irish relations and although the English response to the Irish ailments was recognizably inadequate, particularly during the Great Famine, it makes no doubt that throughout the 19th century the Irish quest[...]
Forsaking their 'own flesh and blood'? Ulster unionism, Scotland and home rule, 1886-1914

Article

This article will attempt to answer two questions. Firstly, to what extent did Ulster unionists appeal directly to Scotland for support in their struggle against home rule? Secondly, how effective were these efforts in garnering Scottish support[...]
Immixtion du conflit nord-irlandais dans la vie politique française

Article

Aucun événement des « Troubles » nord-irlandais n'a provoqué un plus grand intérêt en France que la grève de la faim des prisonniers républicains en 1981, survenue pendant la campagne pour les élections présidentielles en France. Les quotidiens [...]
The Impact of British Colonialism on Irish Catholicism and National Identity

Article

Ireland's long and contested status as an internal colony of Britain has been important in the historical development of how the Irish remember their past. This article analyzes the historic relationship between religion and politics in Ireland [...]
Un "Jeu subtil de discrétion et d'indiscrétion calculée"

Article

La décision de l'Irlande de soulever la question de l'Irlande du Nord à l'ONU en 1969 constitua une inflexion notable de sa politique nord-irlandaise. Malgré des difficultés considérables, elle y parvint, grâce en partie à la France qui, à en cr[...]
T. W. Russell and the compulsory-land-purchase campaign in Ulster, 1900-3

Article

At the beginning of the twentieth century, land purchase in Ireland conducted in compliance with the land-purchase acts passed by the British government between 1881 and 1896 had ground to a virtual standstill. The numbers within the landlord cl[...]
Aristocrats

Vidéo

David CAFFREY, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | Londres : BBC | 2009
BBC drama series : 6 episodes.
Special features : The Making of Aristocrats ; Stella Tillyard biography ; Stella Tillyard bibliography ; Cast filmographies ; Picture gallery
The 1830 budget and repeal

Article

During the budget speech of 1830, Henry Goulburn, the Chancellor of the Exchequer, announced: "On the people of that country [Ireland] the same stamp duties will be imposed as are imposed here". The government planned "to assimilate the laws rel[...]
The Captive dominion

Article

At the beginning of the twenty-first century, when Ireland and Britain are "offshore islands" of an ostensibly ever-deepening European Union, it is, perhaps, relatively easy to overlook that imperial stage upon which both Irish partition in 1920[...]
England's Trouble is Ireland's Opportunity

Article

Cet article retrace à partir de documents d'archives la bataille que menèrent Shaw, Yeats et Lady Gregory contre le Lord Lieutenant et le Lord Chamberlain en 1909. Interdite en Angleterre, la pièce de Shaw, The Shewing-up of Blanco Posnet, subit[...]
The "Irish" policeman and the Empire

Article

In the history of the modern world, it is well known that the British Isles have exercised an influence entirely disproportionate to their size. In the history of modern police, Ireland's contributions are little known. The time is long overdue [...]
Marx on nineteenth-century colonial Ireland

Article

Discussion of the relationship between Ireland and colonialism has often revolved around similarities and differences between the Irish situation and other, more iconic, examples of colonised societies. This tendency has been partially encourage[...]
Nil by Mouth

Article

Tara Brady interviews Steve McQueen, the director and co-writer of the award-winning Hunger
Northern Ireland and the British Empire-Commonwealth, 1923-61

Article

Despite the unprecedented interest shown by historians in Ireland and empire in recent years, comparatively little research has focused on Northern Ireland's connections to the British Empire-Commonwealth in the post-partition decades. This arti[...]
Questioning the (bad) question: "Was Ireland a colony?"

Article

The title of this article is consciously provocative, and thus cries out for immediate explanation and perhaps, in sole sense, for the provocation to be disarmed. Why, then, is "Was Ireland a colony?" a bad question or rather, a question often b[...]
The Road to Asia, and the Grafton Hotel, Dublin

Article

The complete sentence by J.A. Gallagher from which the title is derived reads as follows: "But for us the road to Asia lies through the swing doors of the Grafton Hotel in Dublin, one of the cover headquarters of the revolutionary Irish Governme[...]
Synthesising Difference

Article

This essay examines the ways in which Charlotte Brooke, in her 1789 Reliques of Irish Poetry, uses the literary collection to articulate one more or less coherent (cultural) view that she derives from a variety of different texts while putting f[...]
British intelligence and the Anglo-Irish truce, July-December 1921

Article

Conspiracy theories have always accompanied the shadowy and ambiguous interventions of British intelligence in Irish affairs. Commentators in Ireland often accuse British intelligence and security agencies of being stubbornly hostile to Irish na[...]
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[...]
Hammer Films

Article

Fifty years ago, Hammer Horror was born with the release of The Curse of Frankenstein, but there was more to Hammer than Kensington Gore. Robert J.E. Simpson investigates the little-known links between Hammer films and Ireland