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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

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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A Liberalisation of Irish social policy? Women's organisations and the campaign for women police in Ireland, 1915-57

Article

For much of the twentieth century, Ireland was quite unusual in comparison with other western European nations in its exclusion of women from policing. By the time women were allowed to join the national police force, the Garda Siochana, in 1957[...]
'Digne de compassion'

Article

In the years after the Treaty of Limerick (1691), thousands of Irish females of various ages and social strata formed part of the mass exodus of Irish jacobite officers and soldiers who emigrated to France and converged around James II's court-i[...]
Preferring Spinsterhood?

Article

Published in 1800, Maria Edgeworth's Castle Rackrent has been understood as an act of literary unionism attempting to reconcile both England and Ireland to the controversial Anglo-Irish Union (1801). Yet, the text's final privileging of the Rack[...]
Putting women in the picture

Article

In the male-dominated world of Northern Irish politics, the creation of a cross-community women's party to fight the Forum elections in 1996 did not go unnoticed. Created to give Northern Irish women a voice in the peace talks, the Northern Iris[...]
The Representation of the feminine

Article

Cuirt an Mhean Oiche by Brian Merriman is one of a number of poems which focuses on men's and women's expectations of marriage in Ireland during the long eighteenth century. This article discusses other examples which deal in particular w[...]

Livre

PART ONE. From 'Long War' to long peace
1. Lost lives: Victims and the construction of victimhood' in Northern Ireland - Marie Smyth
2. The background to the Irish peace process - Martin Mansergh
3. From war to uneasy peace in Northe[...]
Sisters of the brotherhood: female Orangeism on Tyneside in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries

Article

The two 'great unknowns' of Irish migration history, women and Protestants, have received deserved attention in the decade or so since Donald Akenson first drew attention to them as lacunae in an otherwise growing field of scholarly concern. A r[...]
Heart(h) and Home

Article

My essay investigates the treatment of houses in Elizabeth Bowen's novel The Last September and short story "The Working Party" as a figure for both modern subjectivity and the historical dynamics of Anglo-Irishness. Bowen's houses are ty[...]
La Représentation féminine au 29e Dail

Article

La représentation féminine à l'Assemblée irlandaise reste faible en comparaison de celle des autres pays de l'Union européenne, malgré une légère progression ces dernières années. Ceci peut s'expliquer par le système électoral irlandais, mais au[...]

Livre

Dublin's inner city has had to live with the social and economic damage inflicted by widespread heroin use since the beginning of the 1980s. The introduction of heroin into a community already experiencing high unemployment had a devastating eff[...]
Free Nations and Enslaved Women

Article

The question as to whether female enfranchisement or the nation's independence should be given first priority dominated the debate amongst the various women's organisations of pre-1916 Ireland. Although in the so-called Free State both objective[...]
Female Activists

Livre

Mary CULLEN, Editeur scientifique ; Maria LUDDY, Editeur scientifique | Dublin : The Woodfield Press | 2001
Etudes biographiques sur Mary Galway, Louie Bennett, Kathleen Lynn, Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, Margaret Cousins, Helena Molony et Rosamond Jacob
Eavan Boland's Famine Poems

Article

This article discusses Eavan Boland's Famine poems. It focuses on the poet's desire to retrieve the silences of the past, to give voice to the omissions of written history. It shows how Eavan Boland challenges the female stereotypes of Ireland, [...]
La Campagne présidentielle irlandaise de 1997

Article

En mars 1997, la Présidente Mary Robinson annonçait qu'elle ne souhaitait pas renouveller son mandat, et le 12 septembre elle démissionnait, quelques mois avant la fin de son septennat. Avec pour fond la campagne présidentielle de 1997, cet arti[...]
Les Petites tragédies spectaculaires de <i>The Portable Virgin</i> d'Anne Enright

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Dans le premier recueil de nouvelles d'Anne Enright, The Portable Virgin, la plume ironique de l'auteur présente un éventail intéressant de tristesse et de simplicité, d'ordinaire insolite et d'émotions douloureuses et dépeint des personn[...]
Le Discours politique de Mary Robinson

Article

Mary Robinson, en devenant en 1990 le septième président d'Irlande, a pris place dans l'histoire de son pays. Elle fait maintenant figure de symbole de l'Irlande des années '90, ayant été au sommet de l'Etat lorsque certaines législations, comme[...]
L'Eglise d'Irlande, tradition et modernité

Article

Cet article s'attache à cerner l'histoire de la Church of Ireland avant et après son désétablissement par Gladstone. Il décrit son rôle dans la vie de la nation et l'adaptation de ses structures et missions à une époque de changements rapides, a[...]
'Her Irish Heritage'

Article

This paper examines some aspects of the work of Annie M.P. Smithson, the author of 21 romance novels between 1917 and 1946. Her attitudes towards women, religion and politics are explored, and the importance of autobiography in her fiction discussed
Portrait de l'Irlandaise

Article

Le Journal irlandais garde une place à part dans l'oeuvre de Heinrich Böll. Lors de sa parution en 1957, les critiques de réjouissent de voir Böll se lancer dans un récit lyrique et bucolique. Ils décernèrent alors à Böll le titre de « po[...]
The Bray House: An Irish Critical Utopia

Article

The Bray House by Eilis Ni Dhuibhne si one of the most original and innovative texts to appear in recent years on the scene of contemporary Irish fiction. It belongs to the category of feminist generic fiction, a region Irish women writer[...]
Teresa Deevy

Article

Teresa Deevy's Abbey plays of the 1930s comprise a forceful and coherent body of work. In Temporal Powers (1931) Deevy creates a matrix of circumstance, freedom, and restraint, which embodies a deep structure of meaning as expressed in the myth [...]
The Women of Yeat's Severed Head Plays

Article

The strange behaviour of the women of Yeat's late plays - Full Moon in March, King of the Great Clocktower, The Death of Cuchulain - has inspired various explanations from critics; none, however, looks at the background of these figures i[...]
Gender and Trope in James JOyce's "A Mother"

Article

One interesting development in contemporary feminist theory is its recent rapprochement with psychoanalysis. In her book Around 1981, which just appeared, Jane Gallop reminds us it was not until 1985 that (M)Other Tongue, "the firs[...]
She Helped Ireland in Helping Him

Article

L'interdiction du divorce et de l'avortement, la confusion des valeurs morales et des textes constitutionnels, provoquent dans nos âmes européennes civilisées des frissons aussi délicieux que les grandes étendues du Connemara. L'Irlande apparaît[...]
Yeats's Deirdre

Article

In composing his play Deirdre (1907), Yeats turned toward a mythical past - a period in Celtic culture filled with fabulous and heroic happenings. By reactualizing for his audiences great historical, philosophical, religious, and psychological t[...]
Letters From the New Island

Livre

Collected edition of twelve pamphlets: "The Southern Question" by Fintan O'Toole ; "Martyrs and Metaphors" by Colm Toibin ; "Frank Ryan Journey to the Centre" by Michael O'Loughlin ; "Bald Head A Cancer Story" by Ferida Mac Anna ; "Irish Women W[...]