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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

Fermeture exceptionnelle vendredi 27 mai et lundi 6 juin.

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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No single book can capture the multifarious characteristics of a city. Dublin by Design, by celebrating the city’s architectural and urban works, reveals a fascinating story of the making and remaking of its fabric. Marking one hundred years sin[...]

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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[...]

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Pamela NEWENHAM, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Liberties Press | 2015
Contents:
The history of the docklands / Joanna Roberts
The redevelopment: the role of the Dublin Docklands Development Authority / Joanna Roberts
Recruiting companies for the docks: the role of IDA Ireland and Enterprise Ireland / P[...]
Off-Central

Article

An essay by Glenn Patterson: on the pleasures of the periphery

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Lives in Crisis reports on the findings of a study of 40 homeless young people in Dublin city. It documents their journeys into homelessness and traces the life experiences and events subsequent to them becoming homeless. Among other issues, the[...]
Dublin Delineated

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George PETRIE, Illustrateur ; W.H. BARTLETT, Illustrateur | Dublin : Dublin City Public Libraries | 2006
Facsimile de la publication de 1834: Dublin Delineated in twenty-six views of the principal public buildings; with an itinerary, and new plan of the city, pointing out the leading streets, and principal objects of attraction
Atlas of Cork City

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J.S. CROWLEY, Directeur de publication ; R.J.N. DEVOY, Directeur de publication ; M.J. MURPHY, Cartographe | Cork : Cork University Press | 2005
Derry, une ville divisée : étude politique

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Article reproduit dans le numéro spécial hors série des Etudes Irlandaises en hommage à Paul Brennan, originellement publié dans Cahiers de Bretagne Orientale, n 7 (1987).
Il s'agit ici d'une étude politique de la ville de Londonderry[...]

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Jean-Pierre KREMER, Editeur commercial ; Alain POZZUOLI, Editeur commercial | Paris : Sortilèges | 2004
Contents :- L'Irlande traditionnelle et rurale (Arthur Young, John Carr, Alexis de Tocqueville, Charlotte Stocker, George Moore, Anatole Le Braz)

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Dublin's inner city has had to live with the social and economic damage inflicted by widespread heroin use since the beginning of the 1980s. The introduction of heroin into a community already experiencing high unemployment had a devastating eff[...]
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

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Joseph BRADY, Editeur commercial ; Anngret SIMMS, Editeur commercial | Dublin : Four Courts Press | 2001
This is the first volume in a series that deals with the planning and development of Dublin from the earliest times to the present day.
Lewis' Dublin

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In 1837 Samuel Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of Ireland was published, including 3,255 towns and villages in Ireland. For each listing this informative source identifies exact location by province, barony, direction and distance from the neare[...]
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 traces the history of the heart of Dublin, the ancient centre of the city, street by street, area by area.
The Port of Medieval Dublin

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During the second phase of construction of the new Civic Offices, Dublin, in the early 1990s, an archaeological excavation revealed evidence 13th century waterfront activity. It also confirmed the status of Winetavern Street as a major bustling [...]
Clonmel 1840-1900 : Anatomy of an Irish Town

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This book is a much-awaited addition to Tipperary's history. This 400 page hardback new history is a necessary companion to Burke's history of Clonmel, published in 1907. Dr. O'Donnell takes up the story where Canon Burke left off and treats in [...]

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This travel guide to Dublin includes historic information, advice on where to stay and where to eat, as well as practical information on how to get about. Aerial maps and town maps are included.
A Literary Guide to Dublin : Writers in Dublin, Literary Associations and Anecdotes

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Vivien IGOE, Auteur | Londres : Methuen | 1999
Vivien Igoe traces the connections between writers and the city from natives such as Wilde, Joyce, O'Casey and Behan ; to those who spent most of their adult years there such as Kavanagh and Swift ; and even visitors such as Dickens and Shelley.
Irish Towns : A Guide to Sources

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Irish Towns : A Guide to Sources consists of ten chapters by specialist authors on the cartographic, material and literary sources available for the study of Irish towns and their inhabitants through the centuries. Each chapter is amply illustra[...]

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Cork is the largest Irish county, with a population mainly of Gaelic and Norman origin. The records for the county are equally diverse, which makes it important to use them to their best advantage. This book sets out the records available, where[...]

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Tracing a family history normally requires the researcher to consult many different historical sources. This book outlines the range of different types of records available to the Dublin family researcher.

Livre

Medieval Dublin Excavations Series C. Viking Dublin: Botanical evidence from Fishamble Street

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The Origins and Growth of Dublin, The Economy of Dublin, Politics and Government, Planning the City, Strategic Planning of Land-Use and Transportation, Creating the Urban Landscape, The Population of Dublin, The Residential Environment, Inner-Ci[...]

Livre

An architectural history and topographical odyssey of Dublin city.
Dublin : City and County : From Prehistory to Present

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This is a multi-disciplinary study on Dublin. Archaeologists, medievalists, Celtic scholars, geographers, placename scholars and historians of economics, culture and politics combine to provide an attractive account of this key region.

Livre

Medieval Dublin Excavations Series A, vol. 1: The Viking Age buildings of Dublin. Two parts : Part 1: Text (207p), Part 2: Illustrations (215p)
The Viking Age Buildings of Dublin. Part 2

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Medieval Dublin Excavations Series A, vol. 1 : The Viking Age buildings of Dublin. Two parts :Part 1: Text (207p), Part 2: Illustrations (215p)

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Tracing a family history normally requires the researcher to consult many different historical sources. This book outlines the range of different types of records available to the Kerry family researcher
Remembering How We Stood

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This classic evocation of the period 1945-55 celebrates a city and its personalities: Brendan Behan, Patrick Kavanagh, Myles na gCopalee, (Flann O'Brien)... and others, a remarkable group who were to revotalize post-war literature in Ireland

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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.

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Contents : I. The legacy of the nineteenth century: 1 Dear Dirty Dublin; II. The City: 2 The Faded Capital; 3 Politics and the Dublin Corporation; 4 Public Health; 5 Housing; III. The People: 6 Poverty; 7 Police and Crime; 8 Labor; 9. War and Re[...]
Dublin

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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
Munster and the city of Cork

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The ancient Irish province of Munster covers Cork, Kerry, Killarney, Clare, Limerick, Waterford and Tipperary. Starting from a central point in each country, Richard Hayward deals with the history, scenery, geology and folklore of each area.

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Dublin has been the liveliest literary center of the twentieth century, producing the best poet (Willam Butler Yeats), the best novelist (James Joyce), and the best playwright (John Millington Synge) in English, in addition to developping a nati[...]