Questions de civilisation (CULT601_ANGM2)

Présentation

Anglo-Irish Relations since 1800: From Conflict to Peace?
 
 This course deals with the political, institutional, religious and social relations between the Isle of Ireland and Britain, from the beginning of the 19th century, when Ireland became part of the United Kingdom, until recent times. It studies the Irish Famine, Irish immigration and the Irish diaspora around the world (USA, Canada, Australia); the rise of nationalism and the Celtic revival; the Anglo-Irish War, the independence and partition of Ireland; the Troubles in Northern Ireland and their consequences for the UK; the Peace Process and devolution of power in the UK; and the possible consequences of Brexit on Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.

Volume horaire

  • CM : 18.0

Bibliographie

Paul Brennan & Valérie Peyronel, Civilisation irlandaise, Hachette, 1999.

Diplômes intégrant ce cours

En bref

Méthode d'enseignement
En présence

Langue d'enseignement
Anglais

Contact(s)

UFR, Écoles, Instituts

Lieu(x)

  • Chambéry (domaine universitaire de Jacob-Bellecombette - 73)