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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

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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Real Stumbling Blocks

Article

In the minds of those striving to achieve a successful peace process, the question of decomissioning is an important issue, but the recognition of the consent principle is fundamental. Establishing priorities is the challenge which the two gover[...]
The Republican Movement and the Nationalist Community between War and Peace

Article

This article examines the competitive relationship between constitutional nationalism and violent Irish republicanism in the context of the evolving Northern Ireland peace process
The Ulster Unionist Party during the Peace Process

Article

This paper provides a detailed account of attitudes within the Ulster Unionist Party (UUP) during the "peace process", namely the period leading up to the paramilitary ceasefires of 1994, to the subsequent ending of the IRA "cessation of militar[...]
Vers une relance du processus de paix nord-irlandais ?

Article

La recomposition du paysage électoral de part et d'autre du canal Saint George est-elle de nature à débloquer le processus de paix nord-irlandais encalminé depuis quinze mois ? Certaines conditions favorables sont réunies ; d'autres ne laissent [...]
From Loyal Soldiers to Political Spokespersons

Article

The Ulster Defence Association (UDA) is the largest loyalist paramilitary organization in Northern Ireland. Launched in 1971, it has matched and even surpassed the violence of the IRA in the 1990s. However, the UDA is not seen simply as a "killi[...]
"Maimed by History and Creed-Infecteed"

Article

This paper attempts to look at what may be considered as the singularity of the Northern Irish identity as expressed through the writings of the poets of the 'Troubles'. Despite différences in cultural traditions, poets from both sides of the di[...]
Nothing Personal

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Thaddeus O'SULLIVAN, Metteur en scène, réalisateur ; Ian HART, Acteur ; John LYNCH, Acteur | 1996
Belfast 1975, an IRA bomb goes off in a crowded pub. Childhood friends Liam and Kenny find themselves trapped in a hopeless cycle of savagery and revenge from which neither can escape
The Peace Process in Historical Perspective

Article

The author is the son of the distinguished historian Nicholas Mansergh, author of the Irish Question and more recently The Unresolved Question. Having inherited from his father "a broad anti-imperialist outlook", Martin Mansergh wh[...]
The Priest, the Poet and the Woman

Article

Period picking essential to historians is an exercise in imagination. Setting the limits on the flux of life, personal or social, involves imagining series of alternatives and choosing between them. One further apologetic note must be struck. In[...]
Some Mother's Son

Vidéo

Terry GEORGE, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | [S.l.] : Castle Rock Entertainment | 1996
A widowed teacher and life-long pacifist, Kathleen Quigley is shaken out of her comfortable existence when her son is captured after a shoot-out with the british army
What Do Protestants Want?

Article

A New Yorker cartoon showed two dogs scrutinising a cat and asking, 'What do cats want?' This gloss on Freud's famous query about women suggests that, where a presumed species-barrier exists, such questions are likely to remain rhetorical[...]
La Couverture des "Troubles" en Ulster par la télévision française

Article

Après 25 ans de conflit en Ulster, il n'y a officiellement aucune guerre en cours dans la province. Par contre, de son côté, la PIRA a déclaré la guerre à la Grande-Bretagne. Cet état de fait crée une situation particulière pour les médias qui o[...]