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Journal Cover Etudes écossaises
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  • Camille Manfredi and Michel Byrne (eds), Bretagne-Écosse : contacts,
           transferts et dissonances / Brittany-Scotland: Contacts, Transfers and
           Dissonances

    • Authors: Cyril Besson
      Abstract: The concept of a so-called “Celtic fringe” has come under assault for quite some time now, with its somewhat debatable implication of cultural homogeneity for truly varied peoples, and what is sometimes perceived as its intimations of racial purity; one need look no further than the opening pages of C. Savatier-Lahondès’s contribution (§ 8) to this volume of Scottish Studies if one needs a reminder of some of the points raised in the discussion of the notions of “Celt” and “Celtic”. Nevertheless, the very reason why the concept has been somewhat scorned by some in recent years, its plasticity, makes it particularly fecund for the study of phenomena crossing borders and straddling state lines; one feels it is the motivation behind the publication of the volume, Brittany-Scotland: Contacts, Transfers and Dissonances edited by Camille Manfredi and Michel Byrne, a collection originating from the third gathering (held in Brest in 2016) in the “Brittany and the English-speaking world” seri...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • Reconstructing the Future: Contemporary Scottish Literature and the Nation

    • Authors: Marie-Odile Pittin-Hédon
      Abstract: This article examines the recent development in Scottish literature and criticism, away from the critical commonplace that describes how Scottish culture has, in the decades since the 1979 referendum, been aligned with Scottish nationalism. Starting from the definitions of nationalism given by Michael Billig, Michael Ignatieff, Ernest Renan, and the analyses of Scottish historians and cultural nationalists, it shows how what it calls the “representational trope” is at last being abandoned. This renewal of our critical perspective involves looking at the various ways the future can be envisaged, and at the variety of responses to what Riach describes as the fundamental goal for the arts—to further our understanding of our common humanity. Those responses involve for artists the necessity to (re)construct the future rather than to represent the people. By focusing on the works of artists such as James Kelman, James Robertson, Alan Riach, Tom Leonard, Jackie Kay and Kathleen Jamie, but...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • La transformation de l’ancienne Royal High School à Édimbourg, un
           projet controversé

    • Authors: Clarisse Godard Desmarest
      Abstract: Au début du xixe siècle, Édimbourg s’affirme comme la capitale intellectuelle et culturelle du Royaume-Uni. L’ancienne Royal High School, bâtiment de style néo-grec construit entre 1825 et 1829 par l’architecte Thomas Hamilton (1784-1858), incarne l’ambition de la ville de devenir nouvelle Athènes. Construite sur le flanc sud du Calton Hill, un site préservé face à la Vieille Ville, l’école s’insère dans un paysage pittoresque et symbolique qui fait écho à celui de l’Acropole grecque. Les Ancienne et Nouvelle Villes furent classées au patrimoine mondial de l’UNESCO en 1995 et la valeur universelle du site était à cette occasion consacrée. Ce statut est pourtant menacé par plusieurs projets de développement urbain. La transformation de l’ancienne Royal High School est au cœur des enjeux actuels liés à la conservation des monuments historiques.
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • Les peintres écossais à l’Académie de France à Rome au
           xviiie siècle ou l’impact de la migration des artistes écossais
           vers l’Italie

    • Authors: Marion Amblard
      Abstract: La peinture écossaise a commencé à se développer au xviiie siècle, mais il a fallu attendre le début du siècle suivant pour que les peintres puissent bénéficier d’une formation complète au sein d’une académie des beaux-arts implantée dans leur pays natal. S’ils espéraient ouvrir un atelier, les jeunes artistes étaient donc contraints de s’exiler afin d’être formés. Le plus souvent, ils allaient tout d’abord étudier à Londres, puis ils séjournaient plusieurs années à Rome.
      Principal centre artistique de l’Europe occidentale au xviiie siècle, cette ville était alors un lieu de passage et d’échange, elle constituait l’étape principale du voyage des jeunes aristocrates effectuant le Grand Tour et des artistes de l’Europe entière venaient y étudier et y trouver des mécènes. À Rome, les peintres écossais avaient la possibilité de suivre des cours dispensés dans les deux principales académies des beaux-arts, l’Académie de France et l’Académie de Saint-Luc. Ces institutions étaient pour les ...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • Le rôle des Makars contemporains dans la reconstruction de
           l’identité écossaise

    • Authors: Christelle Ferrere
      Abstract: From John Barbour up to now, in her poets’ works, Scotland has found a fruitful source into which she has been drawing her identity. The country turned towards this genuine source after its identity had been changed by many years of Anglicisation. From the time when she was devolved some powers in 1999, Scotland has been making her voice heard among other British voices through poetry. From then on, and starting with Glasgow, a multiplicity of Makars, a synonym for “poets laureate for Scotland”, has come out on the local as well as on the national levels. These poets write in English, in Scots (in its numerous variants) and in Gaelic. In this way, Scotland perpetuates its poetic tradition through an official title awarded to some poets. Thus, contemporary Makars, who have cultural but also social and political roles, take part in the construction and the reconstruction of the nation’s identity.
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • Smuggling Weapons, Republicans and Spies across the Irish Sea and the
           North Channel (1912–1923): Gaelic Friends or Foes'

    • Authors: Émilie Berthillot
      Abstract: When Britain got involved into WW1, some Irish rebels saw an opportunity to launch a rebellion in order to obtain Home Rule and smuggled weapons from Hamburg in the teeming waters of the British Isles. Thanks to the diaries of crews on board tugs or yachts, this article aims at studying the sea smuggling operations organised prior and during the Rising, and their accompanying deception missions set up to secure the voyages. The core of this article also lies in the study of the Scottish help brought to the Irish cause during the 1916 Rising. In fact, the Irish Sea and the North Channel could be depicted as dangerous sea areas since many cargoes of weapons, explosives or detonators were shipped from Glasgow to Belfast or brought by Scottish sympathizers, sometimes followed by detectives and undercover agents from the Special Branch. By showing the importance of the sea in the event of the 1916 Rising, this article finally aims at better understanding the connections and influences of...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • Reconstruction and Multiculturalism in the Scottish Nation-Building
           Project

    • Authors: Wafa El Fekih Said
      Abstract: Since the 1980s, there has been debate on the future of nation-states with the rise of nationalist movements in the UK, bringing to light new forms of territorial politics (Keating, 2004). At the level of Scotland, the process of devolution has had significant changes on local parties’ policies. It has enabled political actors to develop their own responses on issues affecting Scotland. As part of the nation-building project, a consensus has been reached between political actors to reconstruct the nation (Meer, 2015). One of the tenets of this nation-building project is the creation of a “multicultural Scotland” and this curious intersection between nationalism and multiculturalism raises questions about the effectiveness of multicultural strategies within a nationalist autonomist framework.
      This paper attempts to analyze and assess how political actors are positioning minorities within the nation-building project and to what extent this narrative is inclusive of ethnic minorities’ c...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • Reconstructions identitaires et musicales à travers un genre
           spécifiquement écossais : le ceòl mór

    • Authors: Blaise Douglas
      Abstract: La grande cornemuse des Highlands se trouve au cœur de passions dont le grand public n’a que peu d’idées, notamment parce que son répertoire le plus précieux aux yeux des adeptes de cet instrument n’est pas celui que l’on entend le plus souvent. À la musique légère, qui regroupe les airs, les marches et l’ensemble des danses, s’oppose celle plus sérieuse, considérée comme « classique », que représente le ceòl mór.
      Ce style musical né au xvie siècle, est aujourd’hui devenu l’enjeu, pour ses interprètes écossais, d’une quête identitaire. Sa dimension sacrée est plus que jamais d’actualité à l’heure où il est devenu un moyen de préserver un patrimoine historique. Cet objet de culture est en effet si intimement lié à l’histoire de l’Écosse que le respect qu’il inspire, de façon quasi religieuse pour certains, semble également fondé sur un besoin fondamental de maintenir une identité propre au pays.
      Il s’agit pourtant d’un genre musical qui soulève bien des interrogations. Les tenants d’un...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • The Reconstruction of an Ancient Past in Shakespeare’s Drama

    • Authors: Céline Savatier-Lahondès
      Abstract: Our field of investigation is currently the way in which the pre-Roman and pre-Christian culture of the British and Irish Isles permeates the work of William Shakespeare. The main task consists in the excavation of motifs belonging to this ancient culture. Such motifs do not always evidently appear on the surface of the text. They sometimes do, but most often, they require a thorough in depth exploration.
      This paper offers to examine some aspects of the (re)construction of the so called “Celtic” culture in Shakespearean drama. This has not been addressed before. In this sense we can talk of a “construction”. However, the culture in question is preexistent to our study. Therefore, we may accept the idea of “reconstruction” of a forgotten past.
      Firstly, since the word “Celt” is very vague, a definition of the period of time and the geographical areas involved will be needed. Then, we will explain how we came to the exploration of such a subject by developing two examples taken from Shak...
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
  • J. M. W. Turner and the Construction of Scotland’s Dual
           Scottish/British Identity

    • Authors: Lauren Brancaz-McCartan
      Abstract: This article will analyse to what extent the two weeks that George IV spent in Edinburgh in 1822 can be viewed as a “mythomoteur” (Smith, 1988a, p. 58), namely “a constitutive political myth” which triggered the construction of Scotland’s dual Scottish/British identity after the defeat of Jacobitism and the collapse of the Radical War. Such duality, celebrating both Scotland’s distinctiveness and its loyalty to the British crown, will be examined through four of the works which English painter Joseph Mallord William Turner produced on the occasion of the royal visit, when he was working for Sir Walter Scott as an illustrator of a new edition of Provincial Antiquities.
      PubDate: 2018-03-26
       
 
 
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