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Issues of Globalisation and Secularisation in France and Ireland


Yann Bévant, Eamon Maher, Grace Neville and Eugene O'Brien

Contents: Eamon Maher : « Ma paroisse est dévorée par l’ennui » : Secularisation in George-Bernanos’ Journal d’un curé de campagne and John McGahern’s That They May Face the Rising Sun – Brian Walsh: The Place of the Present in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney and Derek Mahon – Paula Murphy: From Ferry to Flight: Globalising and Secularising Irish Women – Peter D. T. Guy: McGahern, Proust and the Universality of Memory – Wacław Grzybowski: Lux ex Armorica: The Celtic Contemplative Consciousness versus Secularisation in Thomas McGreevy’s Breton Oracles – Brigitte Bastiat: The Hostage by Brendan Behan: A Tolerant and Secular Representation of Irish Society – Jean Brihault : Dermot Bolger, romancier de la mondialisation ? – Catherine Maignant: Strategies to ‘save’ Globalised Society: A Critical Assessment – Mary Pierse: In Careful and Carefree Secular Engagements: Towards Understanding the Saecula – Jean-Christophe Penet: Ultramodernity and the Redefinition of Secularisation as the Restructuration of Belief in Contemporary France and Ireland – Véronique Gauthier : Religion, économie et mondialisation : une analyse institutionnaliste – Patrick Claffey: Masters and Servants: Joseph Pagnol, Brian McMahon and the Primary School – Anne Goarzin: Faith, Hope and Debris: Globalisation and Secularisation in the Work of Paul Durcan and John Kindness – Catherine Fravalo/Angela Feeney : La Laïcité à la française peut-elle apporter des solutions aux défis que pose à l’enseignement en Irlande le multiculturalisme ? – Eugene O’Brien: ‘The Humanities of Tomorrow’: Negotiating Globalisation and Secularisation.