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Carole Jacquet
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Marion Mossu
Chargée de ressources documentaires

Tel : 01 58 52 10 83 / 33

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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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Horaires d'ouverture

Du lundi au vendredi : 14h - 18h
Nocturne le mercredi jusqu'à 20h
Fermé week-end et jours fériés
Le Centre Culturel Irlandais est dans l’obligation de fermer ses portes au public vendredi 13 mars 2020 à 18h, et jusqu’à nouvel ordre.

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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Maeve Kelly

Article

This article considers the work of Irish writer and feminist Maeve Kelly arguing that she has been not only a radical and, to some extent, seminal voice within modern Irish writing, but an author whose work self-consciously reflects upon the pro[...]
The Right to Dream

Article

Feminist critics have celebrated Kate O'Brien's pioneering approach to gender and sexuality, yet there has been little exploration of her innovations of the coming-of-age narrative. Creating a modern Irish reworking of the "Bildungsroman", O'Bri[...]
She done Coriolanus at the Convent

Article

This article explores the gender politics of a neglected one-act play by Teresa Deevy, first staged at the Abbey in 1931, that revolves around the young female protagonist's recollection of a convent production of Shakespeare's "Coriolanus" in w[...]
Tuam Babies and Kerry Babies

Article

This article focuses on strictures pertaining to reproduction and childbirth in Tom Murphy's "On the Outside" (1959), "On the Inside" (1974), and "Bailegangaire" (1985), and Mary Leland's "The Killeen" (1985), and the relevance of such to clande[...]

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Gregory CASTLE, Editeur scientifique ; Patrick BIXBY, Editeur scientifique | Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | 2019
Introduction: Irish modernism, from emergence to emergency Gregory Castle and Patrick Bixby Part I. Revivals: 1. Gothic revivals: the Fin De Siècle, Irish modernism, and the heritage of Wilde and Stoker John Paul Riquelme 2. Standish O'Grad[...]

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In over forty years in medicine, obstetrician Peter Boylan was at the births of more than 6000 babies. He saw women and families at their most vulnerable, their most joyous, and sometimes their most heart-broken. In the Shadow of the Eighth is t[...]

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Introduction Maternity and Moral Migration, 1920s–1960s Legality and Irish Abortion, 1920s–1960s Contraceptive Mentalities, 1960s–1980s Pro-life States of Mind, 1967–2000s Abortion in Exile, 1967–2018 Trusting Women, 2000–2018 Conclusion

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In three urgent pieces of non-fiction Anne Enright explores speech and silence in the lives of Irish women: the long silence surrounding the Mother and Baby home in Tuam which was broken by the voice of Catherine Corless, the silence of Irish li[...]

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Until alarmingly recently, the Catholic Church, acting in concert with the Irish state, operated a network of institutions for the concealment, punishment and exploitation of 'fallen women'. Mortality rates in these institutions were shockingly [...]
A Big House Divided

Article

In Edna O’Brien’s House of Splendid Isolation (1994), the house, a microcosm for the nation, along with its marginalized occupants, reflect the borders between North and South, past and present. By critically interrogating the ways in which O’Br[...]
For the Improvement and Amusement of Young Ladies

Article

This essay takes as its focus a poetry miscellany printed in Waterford in 17772: Select Poems, designed for the improvement and amusement of young ladies. By MIss Carter and others. The collection is notable in a number of respects. It pr[...]
The Irish Female Migrant, Silence and Family Duty in Colm Toibin’s Brooklyn

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Set in the 1950s, Colm Tóibín’s Brooklyn (2009) traces the life experiences of Eilis Lacey, who is urged by her family to migrate to Brooklyn due to the lack of opportunities for young women in her native Enniscorthy, a small town in rural Irela[...]
Katherine Philips, "Philo-Philippa" and Restoration Dublin

Article

This article suggests that "To the excellent Orinda" (a poem written in Dublin in 1663 and printed in the appendix to this article) is not, as it purports to be, an encomiastic priase poem honouring the Anglo-Welsh poet Katherine Philips who, du[...]
Incarnating and articulating the female other. Interview with Helena Walsh

Article

"My aim is to expose gender constructs as central to Irish national identity, to interrogate and subvert the ideals of femininity and nationhood as reflected in the symbolic appropriation of the female body within Irish nationalist iconography. [...]
Performative Self-Portraiture, Femmage, and Feminist Histories of Irish Art: Amanda Coogan's Snails, after Alice Maher (2010)

Article

En 2010, l’œuvre Snails: After Alice Maher d’Amanda Coogan a été présentée au public dans une des salles du Musée irlandais d’Art Moderne. Cette performance d’une durée de deux heures, durant lesquelles une série d’escargots explorent le visage,[...]

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Heather INGMAN, Editeur scientifique ; Cliona O GALLCHOIR, Editeur scientifique | Cambridge : Cambridge University Press | 2018
Introduction By Heather Ingman, Clíona Ó Gallchoir Chapter 1 - Writing before 1700 By Marie-Louise Coolahan Chapter 2 - Eighteenth-Century Writing By Clíona Ó Gallchoir Chapter 3 - Writing under the Union, 1800–1845 By James Kelly Chapte[...]
History on your Doorstep

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Maeve CASSERLY, Editeur scientifique ; Bernard KELLY, Editeur 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[...]

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Only 10% of those who have sat at the cabinet table in Ireland in almost 100 years have been women, totalling just 19 female politicians. Along with the two former female Presidents of Ireland, all of the living members of this exclusive club ar[...]

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Una MULLALLY, Editeur scientifique | Londres : Unbound | 2018
Context: abortion is illegal in almost every circumstance in Ireland north and south. Ireland is the only democracy in the western world to have a constitutional ban on abortion. This is depressing and oppressive, but people are trying to chan[...]
Waking the Feminists

Evénement enregistré

Lian BELL, Auteur | 2018
Événement enregistré dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI. La scénographe et directrice artistique Lian Bell évoque le grand succès de la campagne pour l’égalité des femmes dans le théâtre irlandais, qu’elle a lancée fin 2015 sou[...]
Writing by and about Republican Women Prisoners

Article

This article builds on existing criticism of the interaction of militant republicanism and feminism during the Troubles by focusing in particular on the prisoners' own writing, analyzing the ways in which they choose to self-represent, but also [...]
"Away, come away"

Article

Emigration and Ireland are closely entwined in cultural consciousness, yet little scholarly work addresses Irish emigration in W. B. Yeats’s poetry. I use the lens of Irish emigration to tackle another under-discussed phenomenon in Yeats’s early[...]
Corps de femmes, corps dociles

Article

Alors que l’année 2016 marque le 20e anniversaire de la fermeture de la dernière Magdalen Laundry en Irlande, cet article offre une perspective historique sur la manière dont ces institutions, s’inscrivant dans le schéma la logique foucaldien du[...]

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John CROWLEY, Editeur scientifique ; Mike MURPHY, Editeur scientifique ; Donal O DRISCEOIL, Editeur scientifique ; John BORGONOVO, Editeur scientifique | Cork : Cork University Press | 2017
I Before the Revolution II Crisis III The First World War and the Easter Rising IV The Rising Tide V War of Independence: Military dimensions VI War of Independence: Political, social and international perspectives VII War of Independence:[...]

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Siobhan PARKINSON, Editeur scientifique ; Sabina HIGGINS, Préfacier, etc. ; Bren LUKE, Illustrateur | Dublin : Little Island | 2017
Queen Medhbh (Maeve) p.1-7; Grainne Ni Mhaille (Granuaile) p.8-19; Eibhlin Dubh Ni Chonaill p.20-28; Anne Devlin p.29-37; Augusta, Lady Gregory p.46-56; Constance Markievicz p.57-65; Peig Sayers p.66-74; Hanna Sheehy Skeffington p.75-86; Eileen [...]
Queer Seductions of the Maternal in Dorothy Macardle's Earth-bound

Article

During her lifetime, Dorothy Macardle was a prominent public intellectual in both her native Ireland and post-war Europe. Her passionate engagement in Irish nationalism found expression in her writing; in her only collection of short stories, Ea[...]
Irish Bastards

Article

This article examines Celia de Fréine’s re-imagining of Brian Merriman’s canonic text The Midnight Court/Cúirt an Mheán Oíche. Through textual and contextual analysis of specific extracts of the texts, the article illustrates how de Fréine’s ver[...]
Nomadic Ethics

Article

This essay argues that a feminist ethics of emplaced nomadism underpins Catherine Walsh's "City West". It examines Walsh's engagement with the politics of contemporary neo-liberal Ireland, and argues that her experimentation with nomadism is an [...]
The Subversion of marriage law in Brian Merriman's Cuirt an Mheain Oiche

Article

18th-century Ireland under the Penal Laws produced many poems deploring the country's fate under British rule. Brian Merriman, a hedge schoolmaster from Clare, published in 1780 a long, satirical poem called Cuirt an Mheain Oiche satirizing men'[...]
The Ages of a Woman and the Middle Ages

Article

This essay springs from the experience of translating the Old Irish ‘Song of the Woman of Beare’, and from researching its reception in the twentieth century. The poem was rediscovered in the 1890s and the scholarly reaction is tinged with Victo[...]
Gender and Affect in Testimonial Performance

Article

Using the Theatre of Witness production "I Once Knew a Girl" as its focal point, this essay examines the operation of affect in performances that address Northern Ireland's history of civil conflict. "I Once Knew a Girl" seeks to capture women's[...]
Enjeux de l'immigration féminine en Irlande au XXIe siècle et politiques gouvernementales

Article

Les migrantes en Irlande au XXIe siècle souffrent de discrimination en tant que femmes dans une société patriarcale. Elles sont aussi confrontées à des difficultés comme employées au statut précaire, recrutées souvent au-dessous de leurs qualifi[...]
Hearth Lessons

Article

Paula Meehan's Painting Rain conveys the socio-cultural impacts of the Celtic Tiger's collapse through an eco-feminist framework. Within this framework, environmental, gender, and class inequities are intimately intertwined. The poetry conveys a[...]
Justice for Magdalenes

Article

On the 17th of May 2013, Justice for Magdalenes (JFM), the survivor advocacy group, announced the end of its political campaign, begun in June 2009. It contributed to exposing the Irish State and the religious congrégations that ran the laundrie[...]

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Sinéad GLEESON, Editeur scientifique | Stillorgan : New Island | 2015
Short stories by Niamh Boyce, Elizabeth Bowen, Maeve Brennan, Mary Costello, June Caldwell, Lucy Caldwell, Evelyn Conlon, Anne Devlin, Maria Edgeworth, Anne Enright, Christine Dwyer Hickey, Norah Hoult, Mary Lavin, Eimear McBride, Molly McCloske[...]

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Jennifer REDMOND, Editeur scientifique ; Mary MCAULIFFE, Editeur scientifique ; Sonja TIERNAN, Editeur scientifique | Sallins : Irish Academic Press | 2015
Introduction: Politicising Sexuality in Modern Ireland ~ Jennifer Redmond, Sonja Tiernan, Sandra McAvoy, Mary McAuliffe
1. 'Knowing Dissent: Lesbian Sub-culture in the Female Factories of Van Diemen's Land ~ Blathnaid Nolan
2. Elite Cour[...]