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Studies in Franco-Irish Relations

Studies in Franco-Irish Relations

Studies in Franco-Irish Relations is a peer-reviewed yearly book series that considers proposals dealing with any relevant links - historical, cultural, literary, sociological, political, linguistic – between the two Gallic cousins, France and Ireland. The aim is to foreground areas of inter-disciplinary and multi-disciplinary connection between France and Ireland as well as stressing the European dimension of the Franco-Irish nexus. The series accepts book proposals in English and French.

The most recent publication in this series is:

Voyages between France and Ireland: Culture, Tourism and Sport

Edited by Frank Healy and Brigitte Bastiat.

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Studies in Franco Irish Relations Book 1

Volume 1: Reinventing Ireland Through a French Prism  (2007), edited by Eamon Maher, Grace Neville and Eugene O'Brien

Studies in Franco Irish Relations Book 2

Volume 2: Modernity and Post-Modernity in a Franco-Irish Context (2008), edited by Eamon Maher, Grace Neville and Eugene O'Brien

Studies in Franco Irish Relations Book 3

Volume 3: Issues of Secularisation and Globalisation in Ireland and France (2009), edited by Yann Bevant, Eamon maher, Grace Neville and Eugene O'Brien.

Volume 4: L'Eglise Catholique face aux défis contemporains en République d'Irlande

Launch of volume 4 of series in MIC Limerick, May 25, 2012.

 

 

Reinventing Ireland Through a French Prism Launch:

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