130 Works

Teenager in Love

Timothy Heron
This article concentrates on punk rock – the music genre – rather than punk as a youth subculture, and argues that the style of punk rock that developed in Northern Ireland during the first wave of punk – from 1976 to the end of the decade – was partly influenced by pop music and particularly the aesthetics associated with the American myth of the teenager. The article thus focuses on music groups rather than on...

Scène et piste : spatialité du récit d’enquête

Dominique Meyer-Bolzinger

Entretien avec Bertrand Westphal

Yann Calbérac, Ronan Ludot-Vlasak & Bertrand Westphal

Le malentendu, œuvre de civilisation. Nouvelle approche psychanalytique du mythe de Caïn et Abel

Brigitte Donnet-Guez

« Quelle âme ? » : l’expression des émotions dans les discours sur les arts de la marionnette

Françoise Canon-Roger

Fenêtre sur Biarritz 2017

Françoise Heitz & Audrey Louyer

Olmedo clásico. Le festival du théâtre classique d’Olmedo (XIIe édition, 14-23 juillet 2017)

Florence Dumora

Javier Cercas, « Le Point aveugle »

Catherine Chauche

Las Hijas de Eva de Santiago Serrano : douze personnages en quête de genre

Cristina Breuil

The City and the City… and the city: space and the politics of seeing in China Miéville’s novel

Isabelle Boof-Vermesse

La question sociale du \"Vormärz\"

Thomas Bremer, Wolfgang Fink, Françoise Knopper & Thomas Nicklas
This book provides various German-French studies which contextualize the history of the social question of German and Austrian Vormärz (1830-1848).

Le droit des coopératives en Afrique

Willy Tadjudje

Permanence and transgression of the revenge tragedy motif in Stuart Neville’s The Twelve (2009)

Thierry Robin
The concept of "hauntology" - a word combining both haunting and ontology – was coined by Jacques Derrida to characterise a situation where an ideology that is no longer operative continues to haunt a place, informing its ongoing representations, its latent conflicts. The term refers to a temporal disjunction where the past persists in the present through the paradoxical observation that something has been lost but persists in the spirit of the place. Northern Ireland...

From ghostly presence to haunting absence

Helen Penet
This chapter studies the haunting nature of photography. In Hugo Hamilton’s memoir, the photograph of the narrator’s grandfather, the Sailor in the Wardrobe, provides the indisputable proof of the participation of Irish people in the British navy, to the horror of the narrator’s father. Despite the truth value attached to it, the photograph is still, as are all photographs, a representation, and, therefore, ghostly. It is deliberately hidden, and its concealment haunts the narrator all...

La création du moi chez Gracián : entre être et paraître

Alix Stéphan

La mise en scène de soi et les deux corps de la performance : une brève généalogie

Ungan Umut

L’ autofiction comme instrument de construction de soi : le cas de Pascal Quignard

Oksana Savych

Sophie Aymes, Brigitte Friant-Kessler, Maxime Leroy (dir.), Illustrating Identity/ies/Illustrer l’identité

Xavier Giudicelli

Grandes et petites mythologies

Karin Ueltschi & Flore Verdon

Fenêtre sur Biarritz 2020 (28 septembre-4 octobre)

Françoise Heitz & Audrey Louyer

Introduction – Les espaces du malentendu

Florence Dumora & Mireille Ruppli

The Irish as Caribbean Slaves?

The meme of Irish slavery is not a new phenomenon, but dates back to at least the mid 1600s and the beginning of servitude as a means for the planter class to guarantee labour outputs in their colonies, in the context of the complicated Irish relationship to empire, colonisation, colonial labour and slavery. Today’s meme is loose on the frontier of human communication on the world wide web in the form of a particular internet...

General Introduction

Sylvie Mikowski & Yann Philippe
Drilling and Excavating: Recovering the International Circulation of Popular Culture between Ireland and the United States

La dynamique des malentendus. Une étude comparée de la poésie persane traduite en anglais

Laurence Chamlou

Uma longa viagem de Lucia Murat: marcas da relação prisão-liberdade no período ditatorial brasileiro

Gabriela Santos Alves & Ursula Dart

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