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Dublin Festival of History

The Dublin Festival of History is moving online for the first time in 2020. Running from Friday 11th September to Sunday 4th October, all events are free to attend! Check out the full programme here: #HistFest2020

Amours irlandaises

VIANNET, Maryse Infatigable voyageuse, diplômée en lettres-langues et sociologie, Maryse Viannet est d’abord enseignante. Elle a publié deux romans en 2015 : « La Cinquième Marche » et « Je me carapate », et ses premiers récits de voyages : « De Bangkok à Polonnaruwa ». Passionnée de longue date par l’Irlande et émerveillée par le comté de Cork, Amours irlandaises est le … Suite

The Carceral Network in Ireland: History, Agency and Resistance

This book examines the forms and practices of Irish confinement from the 19th century to present-day to explore the social and political failings of 20th and 21st century postcolonial Ireland. Building on an interdisciplinary conference held in the Crumlin Road Gaol, Belfast, the methodological approaches adopted across this book range from the historical and archival … Suite

Strange Country – Ireland in politics and culture, 1998-2020

SOFEIR conference, 16-18 March 2021, Université Paris Nanterre 1998 was a momentous year for Ireland, north and south. The Good Friday Agreement finally unlocked the Northern Ireland peace process and radically altered the relationships between Northern Ireland and the Republic, and between the Republic and the UK. The acknowledgement that people born in Northern Ireland … Suite

Opportunities for Irish Artists in France : A Brochure

Lisa FitzGerald is an associate member of CRBC Rennes (EA 4451). This report has been commissioned by GIS E.I.R.E (Groupement d’intérêt scientifique : Études Irlandaises: Réseaux et Enjeux) with the aim of highlighting and encouraging increased interaction and cooperation between Irish artists and the French institutions that provide artistic, financial and social support by way … Suite