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Centre Culturel Irlandais
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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

Un pass sanitaire vous sera demandé

La Médiathèque sera fermée du 20 décembre au 7 janvier

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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Dominick Kelly's 'The Humble Petition' and the Poor Scholar: an English poem in Gaelic metre

Article

'The Humble Petition of Cornelius O Clummogan, the Famous Poor Scholar, to the Priest of the Parish' by the Co. Roscommon poest, Dr. Dominick Kelly, throws unexpected light on several aspects of mid-eighteenth century Irish culture and literatur[...]
Imagined Nations: Newspapers, Identity, and the Free Trade Crisis of 1779

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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?

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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

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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[...]
Count O’Rouerke and the Marquis de Mirepoix : conférence de la Liam Swords Foundation

Evénement enregistré

Stephen GRIFFIN, Auteur | 2020
Événement enregistré dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI. Lors de sa résidence au CCI, Stephen Griffin, doctorant en histoire à l’Université de Limerick, a pu approfondir ses recherches sur le rôle de la diaspora irlandaise dans[...]
'Be ye wise as serpents and innocent as doves': George Berkeley on Toleration and Conversion in the Irish context of the 1730s

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This paper considers George Berkeley's (1685-1753) exclusive and limited conception of toleration for Catholics in the 1730s and how his views fit with those of other advocates of toleration in Ireland at the time by looking at sermons preached [...]
Constant Process : The Science of Toland's Pantheisticon

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John Toland's 1720 Pantheisticonmight not seem notable for its mockery of lithurgical practice; but the 'burlesque' aspects of its form belie a profound - and yet virtually unrecognized - engagement with contemporaneous science.Specifically, an[...]
Honora Sneyd Edgeworth's 'Harry and Lucy': A Case Study of Familial Literary Collaboration

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This essay argues that Practical Education, or, The History of Harry and Lucy, published for private circulation within the Edgeworth family and a small group of acquaintances in 1780, was written by Honora Sneyd Edgeworth. Further, the argument[...]
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[...]
Oliver Goldsmith, Historical Thinker and Writer

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Oliver Goldsmith (1728-1774) wrote across many different genres. However, of his wide authorly scope, much attention has been directed towards his major novelistic, theatrical and poetical works, at the expense of his historical compilations: hi[...]
Saothair Sh'amais Mhic Phoilin: Seanmoiri Gaeilge as Contae an Duin agus plé ar nadur na teanga iontu

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The intention of this article is to shed new light of Séamas MacPoilin [James Pulleine], the often-overlooked eighteenth-century priest and scribe from country Down, and the eleven extant Irish devotionnal texts to which his name might be ascrib[...]
The Adventures of Miss Sophia Berkley

Article

Published in Dublin by the prominent Catholic printing firm of James Hoey, "The Adventures of Miss Sophia Berkley" (1760) has been identified in recent years as an earlier Irish gothic fiction than Horace Walpole's putatively pioneering gothic n[...]
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[...]