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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

La Médiathèque sera fermée le vendredi 15 juillet
et du 1er au 26 août inclus

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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Spectres of Fiction

Article

The 2019 Lyric Theatre and Dublin Theatre Festival co-production of J. M. Synge’s The Playboy of the Western World (1907), directed by Oonagh Murphy, encouraged an abstract reading of the play in new political contexts. Set in the 1980s at the D[...]

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Introduction: Painting Dublin, from Empire to Republic, 1886-1949 1 Poverty, parks and painting 2 Fog, gas and the picturesque 3 Dockers, swimmers and dancers 4 Radicals, workers and drinkers 5 Glamourous, old and vanishing Dublin Conclusi[...]
Fallen and Cross-Border Literary Commemoration, 1916

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We analyse the centenary-focused, jointly programmed, “One Book Two Cities” mass reading event organised around Lia Mills’ title, Fallen, in Dublin and Belfast in 2016. Drawing on Sarah Pink’s theory of the place-event, we analyse this mass read[...]
Dublin Irish Festival 2018

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Celebrating the homeland from the heartland. Featuring: Openning Message, Meet The Executive Director, Cultural Relations, Historical Timeline, Entertainement Line-up. Also countains a map of the festval.
History on your Doorstep

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Maeve CASSERLY, Éditeur scientifique ; Bernard KELLY, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Dublin City Council | 2018
- Suffragette's City: a walking tour of the suffrage movement in Dublin City, Maeve Casserly - Tenements, suburbia and the remarkable architect Herbert Simms, Donal Fallon - "My Dear Men": The Monica Roberts Collection from the First World War[...]
Rioters, Looters, Lady Patrols, and Mutineers

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Sir John T. Gilbert Commemorative Lecture: The 19th annual lecture in the Gilbert Lecture series, Pádraig Yeates, 'Rioters, looters, lady patrols, and mutineers: some reflections on lesser visited aspects of the Irish revolution in Dublin', an [...]
Le Château de Dublin de 1880 à 1922

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Entre 1880 et 1922, le Château de Dublin se transforme : le quartier général des deux forces de police de la ville (la Dublin Metropolitan Police et la Royal Irish Constabulary) devient celui d'un service de renseignement officiel. Cette évoluti[...]

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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[...]

Livre

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[...]
Swift and conversational culture

Article

Swift often noted his aversion to coffee-house conversation and to tavern talk, to gossip and company, and to being buried in Dublin in the years of his Deanship. Yet the popular myth of a morose, unsociable Swift belies both his engagement with[...]

Livre

The lives of Dublin writers: Samuel Beckett, Brendan Behan, Maeve Binchy, Dion Boucicault, Elizabeth Bowen, Christy Brown, William Carleton, Austin Clarke, Padraic Colum, James Patrick (J.P.) Donleavy, Ernie Gebler, Oliver St John Gogarty, Patri[...]
Down the drain

Article

Reportage by Karl Whitney: When you flush the loo in Dublin, what happens next?
The Disappointments of Smithfield

Article

A reportage by Colin Murphy: the strange history of a Dublin square and its horse fair

Livre

Homage to James Joyce, with essays by David Norris, Barry McGovern, Sam Slote, John McCullen, W.J. Mc Cormack, Danis Rose, Thomas MacGiolla, Raphy Doyle, Shigehisa Yoshizu
Pyjama Girls

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Maya DERRINGTON, Metteur en scène, réalisateur | Galway : The Irish Film Board | 2010
It's a phenomenon that began in Dublin and spread far and wide. Yet the girls who wear pyjama as daywear, all day everyday, aren't interested in grabbing attention. With many tender and often hilarious moments, Pyjama Girls traces the explosive [...]
The Trials of Richard Daly and John Magee, involving the Sham Squire, the Lottery Swindle of 1788, the Billard Marker's Ghost, and the Grand Olympic Pig Hunt

Article

This article attempts to disentangle and reconstruct the vicious legal imbroglio that took place in 1789-90 between Richard Daly, the important Dublin theatre manager, and John Magee, the publisher of the Dublin Evening Post, and others. This mu[...]

Livre

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

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Ken BRUEN, Compilateur | Dingle : Brandon | 2006
Taking on PJ, by Eoin Colfer ; Black Stuff, by Ken Bruen ; Tribunal, by Pat Mullan ; Portrait of the Killer As a Young Man, by Reed Farrel Coleman ; The Best Part, by Peter Spiegelman; The Ghost of Rory Gallagher, by Jim Fusilli; Lost in Dublin,[...]
Dublin Castle, Whitehall, and the formation of Irish policy

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In the past historians of the Anglo-Irish union have concentrated largely on the leading political figures. Peel O'Connell, Gladstone, Parnell, Salisbury, Redmond, Asquith and Lloyd George and their Irish policies have all received detailed atte[...]
Article

Article

Mary P. CORCORAN, Auteur ; Jean-François MORISSETTE, Traducteur | 2005
Article de la revue Sociologie et Sociétés", vol. 37, n 1 - printemps 2005.
Document contenu dans le classeur « The Transformation of the Irish Landscape : a Sociological Perspective » dans la section « Ressources Certificat d'Irlandai[...]
Ecrire Dublin après Joyce

Article

Dollymount, Stephen's Green, Bachelor's Walk Merchant's Arch : est-il encore possible pour des personnages de roman d'arpenter les rues de Dublin et de ses environs sans que sous leurs pas ne surgissent les fantômes de Stephen Dedalus ou de Leop[...]
Modernisation and National Representation in Late 19th-Century Dublin Theatres

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Traditional theatre historiography regards the Abbey Theatre as the embodiment of the modern phase of Irish drama. This article argues that modernising forces already dominated the artistic policies and repertoires of Dublin's patent theatres an[...]
Africans in eighteenth-century Ireland

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About noon on Sunday 19 October 1777 there was a stir of attention in one corner of St Stephen's Green in Dublin. Asx the Freeman's Journal reported: 'A female black and child ... was so closely pressed by the multitude of people crowding[...]
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

Livre

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.
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[...]