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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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Bo ALMQVIST, Éditeur scientifique ; Padraig O HEALAI, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : New Island | 2020
Using remastered recordings of Peig Sayers made in 1952 by the Irish Folklore Commission, Padraig O Héalai and Bo Almqvist have produced an accurate, lively and illuminating testament to Peig's unique style of oral storytelling, with her recordi[...]
Costuming in Sean Keating's self-portraits: theatrical guise or political disguise?

Article

L’œuvre du peintre irlandais Seán Keating (1889–1977) a accompagné l’affirmation d’une irlandité mêlant tradition et modernité. Dans cette perspective, les nombreux autoportraits de l’artiste peuvent être considérés comme un moyen d’incarner un [...]
Dreams that hunger makes

Article

This essay explores Irish social memories of fasting and hunger by reading works by James Clarence Mangan, Speranza (Lady Wilde), W.B. Yeats, and three folk stories recorded in the Schools Collection of the National Folklore Archive. In Famine l[...]

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This study takes as its focus the early Finn Cycle, up to and including the composition of the most significant fíanaigecht tale, Acallam na senórach (‘The colloquy of the ancients’), at the beginning of the Early Modern Irish period. The volume[...]

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Part one: 1 Hidden Beginnings: From Cult to Conversion 2 Earthly Gods: Pagan Deities, Christian Meanings 3 Divine Culture: Exemplary Gods and the Mythological Cycle 4 New Mythologies: Pseudohistory and the Lore of Poets 5 Vulnerability and [...]

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Despite being the female patron saint of Ireland and one of the most remarkable women in Irish history, St Brigid has always been an elusive figure. Some scholars have argued that she never existed as a real person but was merely the Christian p[...]
Tain Bo Cuailnge

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Tain Bo Cuailnge was written in the 11th century and was translated into Modern Irish by Darach O Scolai.
listening to this rude and beautiful poetry

Article

To date, little attention has been given to the songs in Synge's The Aran Islands, items that Tim Robinson imagines are not ‘fully thought into the texture of the work’. They come from a collection of songs in Irish and in English that was creat[...]
Ossian and the Hare: An Experiment in Poetry and the Alchemy of Film

Article

Ossian & the Hare1 is an experimental film-essay combination intended to work like two sides of the same coin. The 20 minute long film is designed to be more experiential than narrative driven, moving us through various spaces and atmospheres as[...]
From Yeats to Friel

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The present article analyzes the use of Irish mythology (and more specifically of "Celtic" festivals) in the course of the 20th century by two Irish authors, William Butler Yeats and Brian Friel. This use, which one may at first think dictated s[...]
The Ages of a Woman and the Middle Ages

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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[...]
Listening for landfall

Article

The Aran Islands off the west coast of Ireland are a palimpsest bearing layers of representations in a myriad of forms including literature, film, television, radio, photography, and art, representations created by islanders and visitors. In the[...]

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What is beer? A short history of Irish beer. Savouring beer. Cider house rules. Blessed are the brewers and cider-makers. Matching beer and cider with food and cheese. Cooking with craft beer and cider. Resources and events

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Mairtin MAC CON IOMAIRE, Éditeur scientifique ; Eamon MAHER, Éditeur scientifique | Berne : Peter Lang | 2014
Section I Literary Representations of Irish Gastronomy
Dorothy Cashman : 'That delicate sweetmeat, the Irish plum': The Culinary World of Maria Edgeworth (17681849)
Flicka Small : 'Know Me Come Eat With Me': What Food Says about Leopold [...]

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Contents:
The Irish Dancing: Cultural Politics and Identities
The Body Politic: Dance and National Identity
The Devil in the Dancehall: Church, State and Dance Regulation
Ballrooms of Romance: Dance, Modernity and Consumption
[...]

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Irish Images on Film and the Hero Journey: A Theoretical Introduction
Childhood and the Magic of Myth:Into the West, The Secret of Roan Inish, and In America
Falling in Love and the Lore of Matchmaking:The Quiet Man and The Matchmaker
Irishness between Myth and Brand

Article

Ondine (written and directed by Neil Jordan) is a modern fairy tale set in Ireland on a low budget. Although the film is set in the present and makes reference to current issues, it is strongly influenced by clichéd and revivalist discour[...]

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Sharon J. ARBUTHNOT, Éditeur scientifique ; Geraldine PARSONS, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Four Courts Press | 2012
Stories of Finn mac Cumaill and his fian (warband) constitute the most enduringly popular branch of Gaelic literature. These thirteen essays, the first English-language collection on the subject to be published in over twenty years, offer[...]

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Rionach UI OGAIN, Éditeur scientifique ; Tom SHERLOCK, Éditeur scientifique | Dublin : Comhairle Bhéaloideas Eireann | 2012
Material drawn from National Folklore Collection/Cnuasach Bhéaloideas Eireann and 40 sound recordings, with lyrics:
Disc 1: Down by the Green Roadside-um ; Jig Learned off the Fairies ; Ba Phrochlaise [The Bruckless Drowning] ; The Heart's D[...]
Rencontre avec Marie Heaney

Evénement enregistré

Marie HEANEY, Auteur | 2012
Evénement enregistré dans le cadre de la programmation culturelle du CCI
Irlande

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Table des matières:
- Introduction par Diarmuid O Giollain: Deux pays, une ethnologie
- Hastings Donnan, L'ethnographie irlandaise: lieux et place du terrain d'enquête
- Micheal Briody, La mission de Séamus O Duilearga : sauvegarder [...]
Mapping a little Gaelic kingdom

Article

Personal history by Tim Robinson: Cottages, bungalows and a half-built bridge in south Connemara.
Excerpt: On Saturday 12 August 1972, when I was seventeen, I was standing in the Market Square in Enniscorthy, around the corner from the Castle[...]
Tiontu an Chultuir

Article

Cet article étudie la traduction à travers le prisme de l'ethnographie, afin de mesurer l'apport culturel dans l'acte traductologique. Sur le plan culturel, le transfert se fait non pas d'une langue à une autre mais d'un peuple à un autre, voire[...]
Beowulf et le barbare

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Beowulf, épopée rédigée au VIIIe siècle, en vieil anglais et par un poète anonyme, dépeint une société balbutiante qui oscille entre la civilisation et le chaos, l'élévation et la régression à un état informe. Le jeune héros, Beowulf, vient au s[...]
Refloating Inishbofin

Article

The foundation-myth of Inishbofin may seem ancient foolishness, unfounded in reality, but it is well and wisely founded in the unfoundedness of reality itself
The Saint Patrick's Day Celebration in New York City since 2000

Article

Saint Patrick's Day, the Irish National Day, is celebrated in the United States every year, as if the Irish living there had imported their ethnic identity. But, upon closer analysis, it is clear that the American context has transformed the cel[...]
500 Proverbs

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Donla UI BHRAONAIN, Directeur de publication | Dublin : Cois Life | 2007
A collection of the most popular proverbs in Irish, selected by the editor and accompanied by translations or equivalents in English. Spanish translations supplied by Carmen Rodriguez Alonso and Polish versions by Anna Paluch.

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With An Illustrated History of the Celt and their Art by Mairead Ashe FitzGerald