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Centre Culturel Irlandais
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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

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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Anne FOGARTY, Éditeur scientifique ; Fran O'ROURKE, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : University College Dublin Press | 2015
Historical Perspectives
Cormac O Grada: Lost in Little Jerusalem: Leopold Bloom and Irish Jewry
Michael Laffan: Bloomsyear: Ireland in 1904
Anne Fogarty: The Memory of the Dead: Joyce and the Shade of Parnell
Adrian Hardiman: Sus[...]
Paul Durcan's Ekphrasis

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An ekphrasis refers to a poem in which works of visual art serve as the basis for poetic creation. In discussing two collections of ekphrases, "Crazy About Women" and "Give Me Your Hand", this essay illuminates the manner in which Durcan politic[...]
Trust Not Appearances

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Literary historians such as Tony Tanner have speculated that adultery, with its assault upon the patriarchal institution of marriage and its potential for family drama, is the principal theme of the bourgeois novel that evolves in Europe during [...]
Brendan Behan, Borscht Belt Comedian

Article

‘New York humour is largely an Irish-Jewish creation’ (Ulick O'Connor, "Brendan Behan", 1970). Brendan Behan, of course, was not a professional ‘stand-up comedian’ in the strictest sense of the term, although he possessed the wit and performativ[...]

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Sommaire :
Le film documentaire : Man of Aran, Robert Flaherty (1934)
Le cinéma irlandais hollywoodien : The Quiet Man, John Ford (1952)
L'Irlande gaélique :Poitin (1977) et quelques autres films de Bob Quinn
Un cinéma de femmes [...]
Common Identity

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This paper is designed to show how my involvement in the development of the early Ulster-Scots movement has evolved in recent years towards using the Ulster-Scots tradition as part of a broader panoply of cultural expression. It highlights the w[...]
Fiddles, Flutes, Drums and Fifes

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This article sets out to provide a broad overview of how Ulster-Scots cultural identity is presented today through music, dance and song. Historical background explains the origins of the cultural identity and how the cultural revival evolved fr[...]

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Eamon MAHER, Éditeur scientifique ; Eugene O'BRIEN, Éditeur scientifique | Manchester : Manchester University Press | 2014
1. Crisis, what crisis? The Catholic Church during the Celtic Tiger Eamon Maher
2. The Celtic Tiger and the new Irish religious market Catherine Maignant
3. Shattered assumptions: a tale of two traumas Brendan O'Brien
4.'TendencyWit'[...]
A Gallant little 'tirin'

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Throughout the Irish cultural revival of the later nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Wales was held up as an example by some Irish nationalists of how a nation could revive its traditional culture and language. These writers told their a[...]

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Chapitre 1 L'Irlande à la veille de la Grande Famine
Chapitre 2 La maladie de la pomme de terre et les victimes de la Grande Famine
Chapitre 3 Les réponses de l'Etat, entre politique et économie
Chapitre 4 Propriétaires et métayers, [...]

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Première partie: Historiography of the Great Famine (Catherine Maignant, Frank Rynne)
Deuxième partie : 1845-1851 Aspects concrets de la crise
Eléments pour une géographie de la Grande Famine (Philippe Brillet)
Emigrating to North Am[...]

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Anne-Catherine DE BOUVIER, Éditeur scientifique ; Christophe GILLISSEN, Éditeur scientifique | Paris : Presses de la Sorbonne Nouvelle | 2014
Contenu :
Anne-Catherine de Bouvier : L'échec programmé de la Loi sur les Pauvres
Philippe Brillet : Les causes de la mortalité pendant la Grande Famine
Grace Neville : 'Il y a des larmes dans leurs chiffres' : French Famine Relief f[...]
The Irish Ulster Scots

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Liam Logan, someone from an Irish nationalist background, gives his perspective on Ulster Scots as a cross-community tongue. Ulster Scots has been unfairly burdened with politics and has suffered misunderstanding as a result. The article also at[...]
Language and Politics in Ireland

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This paper demonstrates that the idea that a language, a culture and a nation are tied together as one single unit just because they share the same name is almost always fundamentally flawed. In Northern Ireland, the tying together of "Irish lan[...]
Probing the boundaries of Irish memory

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It has long been accepted that memory plays a prominent role in the construction of Irish identities and yet historians of Ireland were relatively late in addressing the vogue for memory studies that emerged in the 1980s. Its arrival as a core t[...]
Select documents: Sir James Ware's bibliographic lists

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At first glance the low yield of books produced by the Dublin printing presses for circulation in early Stuart Ireland could lead to two hasty conclusions: first, that Irish society was unreceptive towards reading; and second, that the printing [...]
A Selection of Ulster-Scots Writing

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James Orr, "The Wanderer"
Thomas Beggs, "The Auld Wife's Address to Her Spinning Wheel"
Samuel Turner, "Lezzie McMinn" (1846)
Archibald McIlroy, "Odds and ends", and "Dolly McQuoit"
William Davison, "Yin Life"
Fergie an F[...]