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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
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RER B : Luxembourg
Métros : M10 Cardinal Lemoine / M7 Place Monge
Bus : 84, 89, 21, 27

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Une si longue conquête

Article

Sean DUFFY, Personne interviewée ; Lucas CHABALIER, Intervieweur |
La conquête de l'Irlande par les Anglais s'est faite en deux temps, au XIIe-XIIIe siècle, puis au XVIe siècle. Au XVIIIe, les Irlandais, qui tentent de conserver leur religion, le catholicisme, et leur langue, le gaélique, sont opprimés comme ja[...]
A Frank Exchange of Views

Article

The introduction of agriculture to supplant the pastoral society of Ireland was at the heart of the civilizing mission in Ireland after 1530. But the altered landscape and material culture associated with this change in land use soon served as n[...]
Why the Reformation failed in Ireland

Article

The Reformation failed comprehensively and absolutely in Ireland before the end of Elizabeth’s reign: contemporaries estimated the number of Irish Protestants at between forty and 120 individuals. The debate about that failure has been long runn[...]
The reduction of Leinster and the origins of the Tudor conquest of Ireland, c. 1534-46

Article

The government’s incursion into the midlands lordships of the O’Connors and O’Mores in 1546 is often identified as the root of the Tudor conquest of Ireland. Conversely, the years from 1535 to 1546 have been depicted as a period wherein a concil[...]

Livre

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[...]
An Colaiste Eireannach

Vidéo

Keith O'GRADY, Metteur en scène, réalisateur ; A. J. HUGHES, Présentateur | [S.l.] : BBC Two | 2015
Dr Art Hughes examines the rich history behind the establishment of Irish Colleges across Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries.
1 Salamanca: In this first episode in the series, Art travels to Salamanca in Spain, home of St. Patrick's Colle[...]
James Fitzpiers Fitzgerald, Captain Thomas Lee, and the problem of 'secret traitors'

Article

Existing evidence pertaining to Ireland's Nine Years' War (1594-1603) strongly lends itself to the impression that the majority of Old English Palesmen, at least those of higher social status, chose to support the English crown during this confl[...]
Irish clergy and diocesan church in the 'four obedient shires' of Ireland, c.1400 - c.1540

Article

In 1435 the Irish council complained to Henry VI that there is not left in the nether parts of the counties of Dublin, Meath, Louth, and Kildare, that join together, out of the subjection of the said enemies and rebels scarcely thirty miles in l[...]

Livre

Alvin JACKSON, Éditeur scientifique | Oxford : Oxford University Press | 2014
A. INTRODUCTION
Alvin Jackson: Irish History in the Twentieth and Twenty-First Centuries
B. THEMATIC STUDIES 1. Nation, Empire and Landscape 1: Sean Connolly: Patriotism and Nationalism 2: Alvin Jackson: Loyalists and Unionists 3: Stephe[...]
The Ormond-St Leger feud, 1544-6

Article

Criticism of the lord deputy of Ireland, Sir Anthony St Leger, became vocal during 1544, especially among supporters of James Butler, ninth Earl of Ormond, who felt that he was being excluded from a more prominent role in government. To head off[...]
The Dark Sixteenth Century

Article

Essay by Colm Toibin : The poet and the massacre in Ireland, from Spenser to Kinsella
Cultures in conflict in late sixteenth-century Kerry

Article

The south western territories of Kerry and Desmond provide a microcosm of the tensions and interactions characteristic of early modern Ireland. This article traces a pattern of contiguous indigenous and settler cultural spheres in late sixteenth[...]
Ireland in Europe

Article

Paolo Giovo's Descriptio Britanniae, Scotiae, Hyberniae et Orchadum presents several problems for the historian of early modern Ireland. Published in 1548, but composed for the most part during the early 1540s, it offered a comparatively [...]
Government, parliament and the constitution

Article

The history of Poynings' Law is complex and multifaceted. Much has been written about it, at times with the end result being a recognition that to investigate Poynings' Law is to venture into a quagmire. At the same time, a number of important w[...]
Sir Geoffrey Fenton and the office of secretary of state for Ireland, 1580-1608

Article

In May 1560 a new office was established in the Irish administration, the first to be introduced in almost twenty years. It was that strange creation, the office of secretary of state for Ireland. The chief inspiration behind its foundation was [...]
The Social and economic consequences of the Desmond rebellion of 1579-83

Article

The Desmond rebellion was one of the most brutal military conflicts to have taken place in Ireland in the sixteenth century. Initiated by James FitzMaurice Fitzgerald, cousin of Gerald, fifteenth earl of Desmond, in July 1579 in order to restore[...]
Interpreters and the politics of translation and traduction in sixteenth-century Ireland

Article

The story of late Tudor Ireland is, in part, a story of language. The political and military developments that brought New English and native Irish into a closer and increasingly violent proximity also brought two languages into confrontation. T[...]

Livre

Reformation in Britain and Ireland uses a broadly chronological framework to consider the strengths and weaknesses of the pre-Reformation churches; the political crises of the break with Rome; the development of Protestantism and changes in popu[...]
L'Irlande et l'Amérique Latine

Article

Soldats, missionnaires ou émigrants, nombre d'Irlandais ont participé à l'histoire de l'Amérique latine, et ce, dès le XVIème siècle. Mais ces liens historiques et culturels ne se sont pas concrétisés au XXème siècle, l'Etat irlandais n'accordan[...]
Shapes of Ireland

Livre

Shapes of Ireland is the first book-length historical study of the mapping of Ireland as a whole. It examines nine early maps of special importance, each epitomising the best geographical knowledge of its day. The maps are chosen to span the p[...]

Livre

Edmund SPENSER, Auteur ; Andrew HADFIELD, Éditeur scientifique ; Willy MALEY, Éditeur scientifique | Oxford : Blackwell Publishers | 1997
Edmund Spenser (1552-1599) was a Renaissance English poet. Since its first publication (1633) this text has been read as an anti-Irish treatise. This student edition provide a bibliography of criticism, and detailed notes. Ware's preface and not[...]
The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing. Vol. 1

Livre

Seamus DEANE, Editeur commercial | Derry : Field Day Publications | 1991
These three volumes form the most comprehensive anthology of Irish writing ever published. Its 4 500 pages provide a commanding view of the various traditions of writing from 550 AD to the late twentieth century in Irish, English, Latin and Norm[...]

Livre

Chapters regarding Ireland:
The Potato in Ireland in the Sixteeneth Century
The Potato in Ireland in the Seventeenth Century
The Potato in Ireland in the Eighteenth Century
The Period of Irish Self-Government
The Potato in Ir[...]
The Book of O'Hara : Leabhar I Eadhra

Livre

Bardic poems on the O'Haras, 1550-1700 ; with English translations.