Ireland : looking East / Christophe Gillissen, ed.

Ireland : looking East / Christophe Gillissen, ed.

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Bruxelles [Belgium] ; New York : P.I.E. Peter Lang, c2010.
169 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
Other Authors: 
Gillissen, Christophe.
Société française d'études irlandaises.
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DA964.A2I733 2010z
"Éditions scientifiques internationales"--T.p. verso, CIP data.
Papers from a conference on the theme of "Ireland: Going East," organized in 2007 by Wesley Hutchinson and Carle Bonafous-Murat of the University of Paris III - Sorbonne Nouvelle, under the aegis of the French Society for Irish Studies, the SOFEIR (Société française d'études irlandaises)
Includes bibliographical references.
"If Ireland's relations with the Western world have been the object of numerous scientific publications, its links with the East have been neglected by research. The aim of this book is to redress that imbalance by proposing studies of various aspects of Ireland's interactions with the East. It is a multidisciplinary publication, dealing with some of the historical, political, religious, cultural, demographic and sociological connections between Ireland--both North and South--and the East. The chapters, which offer novel perspectives for the field of Irish studies, are organised in a chronological sequence, from the mid-19th century to the present. They focus on three main areas: the links between Ireland and the Asian continent, notably India, China and Turkey; its interactions with the Jewish people and the state of Israel; and its relations with Eastern European countries, in particular Poland and Lithuania"-- Back cover.
Essays in English and French.
'Some great and terrible calamity': India's response to Ireland's Great Famine / Christine Kinealy --
From Down to Dohnavur: Amy Carmichael and 'the higher Christian life' / Myrtle Hill --
Le catholicisme irlandais contemporain au risque des sagesses orientales / Catherine Maignant --
Letters from Ankara: scriptal change in Turkey and Ireland in 1928 / Mathew Staunton and Olivier Decottignies --
The Albert M. Bender Collection of Asian Art in the National Museum of Ireland / Audrey Whitty --
'To the east': Paris, Ireland and the Jews in Derry O'Sullivan's An la go dTainig Siad / Grace Neville --
L'Irlande et le Moyen-Orient à l'ONU / Christophe Gillissen --
Recent Eastern European migration to Ireland and demographic change / Catherine Piola --
East meets East going West: the Baltic neighbours in Northern Ireland / Loredana Salis, Maria Angela Ferrario, and Neringa Liubiniene --
Irish MEPs in an enlarged Europe / Marie-Claire Considère-Charon.