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Études irlandaises - N° 38-2

Ulster-Scots in Northern Ireland Today: Language, Culture, Community

L’Ulster-Scots en Irlande du Nord aujourd’hui : langue, culture, communauté

2013

Wesley Hutchinson (dir.)

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Revue : Études irlandaises

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Format : 15,5 x 24 cm
Nombre de pages : 228 p.

ISBN : 978-2-7535-2887-1

Disponibilité : en librairie
Prix : 20,00 €

 

  • Sommaire

Wesley Hutchinson, Ulster-Scots in Northern Ireland: From Neglect to re-Branding

Ulster-Scots in Literature and Publishing – L’Ulster-Scots dans la littérature et l’édition

  • Anne Smyth, Publishing the “Invisible” Language – Some Influences on Ulster-Scots Publishing in the Modern Revival Period
  • Ivan Herbison, Beyond the Rhyming Weavers
  • Caroline Baraniuk, Poetic Justice: Ensuring a Place for Ulster-Scots Literature within the School Curriculum in the North of Ireland
  • Philip Robinson, Ulster-Scots Psalmody: A Consideration

Ulster-Scots in the Community – L’Ulster-Scots au sein de la communauté

  • Laura Spence, Broadcasting Ulster-Scots: Ulster-Scots Media Provision in the Modern Revival Period
  • Willie Drennan, Fiddles, Flutes, Drums and Fifes
  • Gordon Ramsey, The Ulster-Scots Musical Revival: Transforming Tradition in a Post-Conflict Environment
  • Ian James Parsley, Language and Politics in Ireland – A Constructive or Destructive Interconnection?
  • Liam Logan, The Irish Ulster Scot
  • Ian Adamson, Common Identity

A selection of Ulster-Scots Writing / Une sélection de textes en Ulster-Scots (Selection and commentary by Wesley Hutchinson)

Comptes rendus de lecture (Book Reviews)

Étude critique (Critical Study)

 

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