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ArticleRecovering the 'hidden history' of an émigré community
ArticleIn 1796 a large French invasion fleet slipped past the Royal Navy and moored off the South-West coast of Ireland at Bantry Bay. Battered by storms, the French troops were unable to land and returne...
ArticlePersonal history: Witnessing the transhumance
ArticleThis essay is about the relation between the treatment of the body in Beckett's major French texts of 1945–6 and the Vichy regime. It examines Vichy conceptions of physical life and their effect on...
LivreRé-édition bilingue anglais/français de la revue d'avant-garde « L'Architecture vivante », avec portfolio
LivreChapter 1: From Ireland to Paris Chapter 2: A Moveable Feast: Stephen Haweis, Students and Paris Chapter 3: The Artist: Painting, Sculpture, Photography Chapter 4: The Realm of Lacquer Chap...
ArticleEssay: in Paris in January 2015, city of the jihadis, Houellebecq, and E.M. Cioran
ArticleStarting from memories of a trip through Burgundy, Eilean Ni Chuilleanain focuses on the figures of Lazarus, and his strong connection to Autun the historic town which inspires the title of her poe...
ArticleGeorge Moore débute sa carrière par un exil géographique et culturel générant un processus de déterritorialisation que sa première oeuvre autobiographique décrit. Confession of a Young Man recrée u...
ArticleAs the most prominent member of a family of four generations of Irish musicians in France, Jospeh O'Kelly was part of the Irish community in 19th-century France. However, despite the presence of an...