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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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“Flowers of Fire”

Article

U2 have always managed to hold a narrow line between social awareness and partisan political allegiance, belonging to a broad category of music that Rachel E. Seiler calls “contemporary conscious popular music”, which includes “music of any genr[...]
Codex Vitae

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Randolph Healy's 1997 poem ‘Arbor Vitae’ connects formally experimental poetry with an Irish tradition of politically engaged literature. Eschewing questions of national boundaries or authenticity, Healy instead develops a poetics and ethics of [...]

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1 - L'engagement, une affaire atlantique
L'Irlande
La Chesapeake
La Chesapeake : contexte économique
Retour aux origines
2 - Caractéristiques sociodémographiques
Profil des engagés irlandais
Répartition géographique e[...]

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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 [...]

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Table of Contents 1. Irish Arguments 2. Geoffrey Keating, Foras Feasa ar Eirinn/The History of Ireland (1634). 3. William Molyneux, The case of Ireland being bound by Acts of Parliament in England (1698). 4. Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal (17[...]
Buddhism in Ireland

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This article uses a world- systems perspective to analyse the development of Buddhism in Ireland, in particular the post-1990 period which saw a tenfold increase in those formally identifying as Buddhist. This shift is a result both of Ireland's[...]
From Irish Exceptionalism to European Normality?

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Due to its colonial past, Ireland has often been described as an exceptional state in Western Europe. The discourse of Irish exceptionalism also suggests a smoother path of integration for Muslim migrants compared to other Western European count[...]
The New Age Movement in the Post-Celtic Tiger Context

Article

This paper will examine the New Age Movement in Ireland in the context of theoretical debates and empirical trends relevant to the themes of secularisation, commodification and crisis. This paper will reflect on the "secularisation thesis", the [...]
Le Paysage religieux de la République et de l'Irlande du Nord au début du XXIe siècle

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Depuis les années 1990, le paysage religieux irlandais de la République et de l'Irlande du Nord s'est modifié sous l'effet de profonds changements démographiques, culturels et idéologiques. Les données recueillies lors des derniers recensements [...]
Reconstruction de l'Eglise catholique en République d'Irlande

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L'Eglise catholique irlandaise traverse une crise d'autorité sans précédent. La médiatisation de scandales a accéléré le déclin de la désinstitutionnalisation des pratiques religieuses. Les normes morales institutionnelles sont remises en questi[...]
Challenges to social order and Irish identity?

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In 1967 Fr Walter Forde, an activist in the field of youth welfare work, noted 'signs of unrest' amongst Irish youths growing up in the sixties. He identified the ways in which they were 'being influenced by English teenage culture'. Ten years p[...]

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Caroline CROWLEY, Éditeur scientifique ; Denis LINEHAN, Éditeur scientifique | Manchester : Manchester University Press | 2013
Introduction: Geographies of the post-boom era Part I: Spacing belonging 1. Ghost estates: Spaces and spectres of Ireland after NAMA 2. 'Of course I'm not Irish': Young people in migrant worker families in Ireland 3. Migrants in the fields: [...]
"Deposited Elsewhere"

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Through an analysis of diaries, memoirs, and folklore narratives, this essay analyzes the containment of the female body in the modern Irish landscape. In particular, it focuses on the ways in which Irish communities both literally and through l[...]
"Doesn't Mary Have a Lovely Bottom?"

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This paper examines discourses of gender and sexuality, and Irish socio-sexual formations, as they are lampooned in television sitcom Father Ted. it argues that despite the claims of writers Graham Linehan and Arthur Mathews that theirs i[...]

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L'Eglise catholique irlandaise a perdu son hégémonie et ne détient plus le monopole de la vérité. La société est aujourd'hui hétérogène et fragmentée, caractérisée par de nouveaux modes de vivre, de penser et de croire. Les normes institutionnel[...]
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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[...]
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Mary P. CORCORAN, Auteur | 2010
Ce classeur réunit des articles et chapitres d'ouvrages suivants : - Mall City / Mary P. Corcoran ; Chapitre 7 in « Memories of the present : A sociological chronicle of Ireland 1997-1998 » d'Eamonn Slater and Michel Peillon, publié par Instit[...]

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Yann BEVANT, Éditeur scientifique ; Eamon MAHER, Éditeur scientifique ; Grace NEVILLE, Éditeur scientifique ; Eugene O'BRIEN, Éditeur scientifique | Berne : Peter Lang | Studies in Franco-Irish Relation | 2009
Contents: Eamon Maher: « Ma paroisse est dévorée par l'ennui » : Secularisation in George-Bernanos' Journal d'un curé de campagne and John McGahern's That They May Face the Rising Sun - Brian Walsh: The Place of the Present in the Poetry of Seam[...]
A Liberalisation of Irish social policy? Women's organisations and the campaign for women police in Ireland, 1915-57

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For much of the twentieth century, Ireland was quite unusual in comparison with other western European nations in its exclusion of women from policing. By the time women were allowed to join the national police force, the Garda Siochana, in 1957[...]

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Eamon MAHER, Éditeur scientifique ; Grace NEVILLE, Éditeur scientifique ; Eugene O'BRIEN, Éditeur scientifique | Berne : Peter Lang | Studies in Franco-Irish Relation | 2008
Contents: Helen Astbury: Prose, Theatre, Translation: Beckett, the reluctant Postmodernist - Fabienne Dabrigeon Garcier : « Short story » et « nouvelle » : les apories du genre court chez Samuel Beckett - Adrian Millar: The Blind-spots of the Po[...]
The 2001 Census - To Tick or Not to Tick

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Le recensement britannique de 2001 inclut pour la première fois la catégorie « Irlandais » sous la rubrique « groupe ethnique ». Le nombre de personnes qui opta pour cette catégorie de personnes fut moins important que prévu, surtout pour la deu[...]
Conceptions corporatistes en Irlande et dans la péninsule ibérique

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Cet article examine la conception corporatiste de de Valera en Irlande et la met en regard avec celle de Primo de Rivera et de Franco en Espagne et avec celle de Salazar au Portugal. Il met également en exergue la mutation d'un mouvement corpora[...]
Questions of H in Nothern Ireland

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This paper considers existing ideas concerning pronunciation of the letter name for (LNH) in Northern Irish English (NIE). Traditionally, the status of LNH realisation as an ethnic marker has gone unquestioned. The phonetic difference betwee[...]
Cottage to Crèche

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Family change in Ireland in the twentieth century is reflected in changes in the lives of men, women and children. A typical girl born in a rural cottage in the early 1900s worked on the family homestead from childhood and left school at twelve [...]
Irish Protestants in the West of Scotland (1851-1914)

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The Catholic Irish have been the focus of most studies on the Irish Diaspora in Scotland; the Protestant dimension of this phenomenon has thus been neglected. This essay attempts to demonstrate why Irish Protestants have been "invisible" for so [...]
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Mary P. CORCORAN, Auteur ; Jean-François MORISSETTE, Traducteur | 2005
Article de la revue Sociologie et Sociétés", vol. 37, n 1 - printemps 2005.
Document contenu dans le classeur « The Transformation of the Irish Landscape : a Sociological Perspective » dans la section « Ressources Certificat d'Irlandai[...]
The Family in Ireland

Article

Article reproduit dans le numéro spécial hors série des Etudes Irlandaises en hommage à Paul Brennan, originellement publié dans Tréma n°2 (1978).
A study of the family in modern Ireland reveals an interesting phenomenon: the existenc[...]
Negociating the Bi-Vocal Discourses of "Catholic" and "Protestant", "Nationalist" and "Loyalist"

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Decades of Irish literary criticism set up an exaggerated and bi-vocal opposition of "Catholic" and "Protestant", whilst ignoring the post-partition conflict of landed and landless. The Irish Traveller voice constitutes an imaginative and shared[...]
The Lost Houses of Ireland

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A fascinating pictorial record and social history of twenty-five great Irish houses and castles. Architectural historian Randal MacDonnell relates the history of the houses and the families who lived there.
Alive Alive O : a requiem for Dublin

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Merry DOYLE, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | [S.l.] : Loopline Film | 2001
This documentary captures the way of Dublin life that is rapidly disappearing. The film delves into the lives of colourful characters that have been such a part and parcel of city life for many decades
More Hidden Irelands

Article

The Irish language is not often associated with an urban population, but in the early years of the XVIIIth century Dublin had a considerable number of Irish speakers living within or close to the city. After the Battle of the Boyne Dublin became[...]

Livre

This book explores traditional Irish customs and activities, from thatching a roof, churning butter, cultivating and harvesting crops, making pots and pans and building furniture to behavior at weddings, wakes, festivals, and funerals.

Livre

Pete McCarthy was born in Warrington to an Irish mother and an English father and spent happy summer holidays in Cork. Years later, Pete sets off on a trip around Ireland and discovers that it has changed in surprising ways

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Bill DOYLE, Photographe ; Muiris MAC CONGHAIL, Préfacier, etc. | Dublin : The Lilliput Press | 1999
This portfolio of 160 photographs, drawn from the Aran Islands since the early 1960s, chronicles and records the daily life of the islanders: their seasons, harvests and festivities; their schooling, religion and politics; their fishing, folkway[...]
Ecce Homo

Article

La désaffection de l'Eglise catholique en tant qu'institution n'a pas entraîné une désaffection du sacré, bien au contraire. De nouvelles formes du croire, multiformes et individuées, ont pris naissance, dont les maîtres mots sont : humanisation[...]

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Cumbria has welcomed Irish migrants since the early modern period. This regional study of the Irish in Britain examines some of the most important themes in the social and cultural history of Irish ethnicity and migration.
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Article

Mary P. CORCORAN, Auteur | 1998
Chapitre 7 extrait de l'ouvrage Memories of the present : A sociological chronicle of Ireland 1997-1998 d'Eamonn Slater and Michel Peillon, publié par Institute of Public Administration
Document contenu dans le classeur « The Transform[...]
Ordre et désordre moral en République d'Irlande

Article

Les notions d'ordre social, d'ordre moral, sont à nouveau brandies dans certaines de nos sociétés, à une époque où, en Irlande, les partisans de l'ordre moral ont perdu du terrain par rapport à ceux qui appelaient à l'avènement d'un ordre socio-[...]
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Article

Eamonn SLATER, Auteur | 1998
Chapitre 19 extrait de l'ouvrage Memories of the present : A sociological chronicle of Ireland 1997-1998 d'Eamonn Slater and Michel Peillon, publié par Institute of Public Administration
Document contenu dans le classeur « The Transfor[...]

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The Republic of Ireland, described variously as "The Emerald Tiger", "The Celtic Tiger" and "The Tiger Economy of Europe", is apparently one of the great success stories of 20th-century Europe. In this unsentimental account of the recent history[...]

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Laurence FLANAGAN, Editeur commercial ; Edna O'BRIEN, Préfacier, etc. | Stroud : Sutton Publishing | 1997
This wide-ranging selection of letters offers us an insight into the reality of Irish women's lives through the centuries from St Brigid in the fifth century up to the late twentieth century.
Some Recent Demographic Developments in Ireland

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High emigration and a familial, rural culture, isolationist and Roman Catholic in inspiration and practice, were central features of the Irish social landscape between the Famine and the Fifties. Since the 1960s, however, a social revolution has[...]

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First published in 1968, this work comprises four essays: 'Illicit distillation', 'Ether drinking in Ulster', 'Illegitimacy before the Famine' and 'Catholicism and marriage in the century after the Famine'.

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This book illustrates the homes and lives of the Irish aristocracy, it examines twenty-three families and their houses, with historical facts and anecdotes about each family featured.

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Thomas BARTLETT, Éditeur scientifique ; Keith JEFFERY, Éditeur scientifique | Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | 1996
This is a study of organised military activity and its broad impact on Ireland over the last thousand years. It integrates the best recent scholarship in military history into its social and political context to provide a comprehensive treatment[...]

Livre

Document du Fonds Adolphe Haberer, donation reçue en 2016. Consultation sur place, sur rendez-vous.
Les Statistiques du suicide en République d'Irlande sur la période (1978-1990)

Article

Le taux de suicide officiel s'est accru nettement en Irlande entre 1978 et 1990. Cet accroissement est attribué à la hausse du suicide masculin dans toutes les tranches d'âge ainsi qu'à l'amélioration des méthodes d'enregistrement. Les raisons p[...]

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This classic study of Irish culture, illustrated with photographs, maps and drawings, gives a detailed panoramic view of Ireland.
A History Of The Irish Soldier

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A comprehensive history of the Irish soldier from ancient times to the present day.
The Last of the Name : Charles McGlinchey

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Charles MCGLINCHEY, Auteur ; Desmond KAVANAGH, Auteur ; Brian FRIEL, Préfacier, etc. | Belfast : Blackstaff Press | 1986
Fascinated by the parish's local history and lore, Kavanagh recorded McGlinchey's autobiography (1861-1954. Inishowen. Co Donegal) . Thirty years later, the manuscript found its way to Brian Friel, who gave the oral history its present form.

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This book is a comprehensive study of the problems which the city of Dublin faced between the famine and World War One.
Dublin

Livre

Maurice Gorham has assembled a collection of pictures which show Dublin City and Dublin life as they were in the nineteenth century and at the beginning of the twentieth cenury
Ireland Yesterday

Livre

Maurice Gorham collected these pictures from a wide range of sources, private and public. Geographically, the pictures are equally representative. Dublin, Belfast and Cork are given ample space, but so also are the rural areas. Many are of impor[...]
Life in Ireland

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Louis Cullen's survey from prehistoric to modern times is a portrait of the Irish social life.
Eire-Ireland

Périodique : Revue, journal

Interdisciplinary journal: imaginative work and scholarly articles form all areas of the arts, humanities, and social sciences relating to Ireland and Irish America.
Irish Economic and Social History

Périodique : Revue, journal

The journal comprises articles and shorter notes on all aspects of Irish economic and social history from the Middle Ages to the present day; abstracts of recent postgraduate theses; and a bibliography of writings on Irish economic and social hi[...]