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John Kells Ingram

Activités poète, économiste, historien
Naissance 7 juillet 1823
Templecarne (Aghnahoo), County Donegal, Irlande
Décès 1er mai 1907 (à 84 ans)
Dublin, Irlande
Langue d'écriture Anglais

Œuvres principales

  • A History of Political Economy (1888)
  • A History of Slavery and Serfdom (1895)

John Kells Ingram (né le 7 juillet 1823 à Templecarne près de Pettigo (en), County Donegal, mort le 1er mai 1907 à Dublin), était un poète irlandais, économiste national et historien.

Biographie[modifier | modifier le code]

Le 13 octobre 1837, John Kells Ingram s'inscrit comme étudiant à Trinity College (Dublin), où il restera soixante-dix ans. Il y a étudié rhétorique, droit, littérature anglaise et grec.

Carrière de Ingram au Trinity College:

  • 1838 Sizarship
  • 1840 Senior moderatorship in mathematics
  • 1842 Scholarship
  • 1843 BA degree
  • 1846 Fellow
  • 1852 Professor of Oratory (1852 -1866)
  • 1855 Professor of English Literature (1852 -1866)
  • 1866 Regius Professor of Greek (1866–1877)
  • 1879 College Lecturer (1879–1887)
  • 1886 Senior Lecturer
  • 1891 D.Litt.
  • 1893 LL.D., Université de Glasgow
  • 1893 Registrar
  • 1898 Vice Provost (en) (1898–1899)

Ingrams se marie le 23 juillet 1862 avec Margaret Johnston Clark, la fille de James Johnston Clark et Frances Hall.

Ses enfants :

  • Francis Ernest Ingram (Fils, mort 1866)
  • Florence Beatrice Ingram (Fille, mort 1918)
  • Madeline Townley Balfour (Fille, mort 1955)
  • John Kells Ingram junior (Fils, mort en Afrique du Sud)

Ingram meurt le 1er mai 1907 au 38 Upper Mount Street à Dublin où il habitait depuis 1884 et il est inhumé au Mount Jerome Cemetery (en).

Œuvres[modifier | modifier le code]

Poèmes[modifier | modifier le code]

  • 1840 - Sonnets -, Dublin University Magazine
  • 1843 - The Memory of the Dead (Who Fears to Speak of ’98’ or Ninety Eight (poem))
  • 1845 - The pirate's revenge, or, A tale of Don Pedro and Miss Lois Maynard -, Wright, Boston 1845
  • 1846 - Amelia Somers, the orphan, or, The buried alive -, Wright, Boston 1846
  • 1897 - Love and Sorrow, priv., Dublin 1897
  • 1900 - (en) Sonnets and Other Poems, Adam & Charles Black, London (lire en ligne)

Essais[modifier | modifier le code]

  • 1843 - Geometrical properties of certain surfaces -, Transactions of the Dublin University Philosophical Society, Vol. I, p. 57-63, 1843
  • 1843 - On chordal envelopes -, Transactions of the Dublin University Philosophical Society, Vol. I, p. 156-158, 1843
  • 1843 - On the properties of inverse curves and surfaces' -, Transactions of the Dublin University Philosophical Society, Vol. I, p. 159-162, 1843
  • 1844 - XXVIII. New properties of surfaces of the second degree. To the editors of the Philosophical Magazine and Journal -, Philosophical Magazine Series 3, Volume 25, Issue 165 September 1844, pages 188-192
  • 1861 - On the opus majus of Roger Bacon -, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Ser. 1, Vol. VII, p. 9-15, 1857-61
  • 1864 - Considerations on the State of Ireland, Edward Ponsonby, Dublin 1864
  • 1874 - Greek and Latin etymology in England -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. I, No. II, p. 407-440, 1874
  • 1863 - Notes on Shakespeare's historical plays -, Trinity College Library, Ms. I. 6. 40
  • 1863 - A paper on the chronological order of Shakespeare's plays -, Trinity College Library, Ms. I. 6. 34
  • 1863 - Latin etymological notes, by John Kells Ingram -, Dublin: National Library of Ireland, Ms. 253
  • 1864 - A comparison between the English and Irish poor laws with respect to the conditions of relief -, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Vol. IV, p. 43-61, May, 1864
  • 1873 - Miscellaneous notes -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. I, No. 1, p. 247-250, 1873
  • 1875 - Commonplace book of J. K. Ingram, 1880-1. Address by Ingram to the Dublin Shakespearean Society, Dec. 10, 1875 -, Trinity College Library, Mss. I. 6. 36-37
  • 1875 - On thama and thamakis in Pindar -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. II, No. III, p. 217-227, 1875
  • 1875 - Address at the opening of the twenty-ninth session; the organization of charity and the education of the children of the state -, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Vol. VI, p. 449-473, December, 1875
  • 1876 - Bishop Butler and Mr. Matthew Arnold, a note -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. II, No. IV, p. 505-506, 1876
  • 1876 - tional facts and arguments on the boarding-out of pauper children -, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Vol. VI, p. 503-523, February, 1876
  • 1876 - Greek and Latin etymology in England, No. II. -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. II, No. IV, p. 428-442, 1876
  • 1876 - Additional facts and arguments on the boarding-out of pauper children: being a paper read before the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland on Tuesday, 18th January, Dublin -, Edward Ponsonby, Dublin 1876
  • 1878 - The Present Position and Prospects of Political Economy -, Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1879
    (Traduction française dans le Journal des économistes)
  • 1880 - Work and the workman : being an address to the Trades Union Congress in Dublin, September, 1880 -, Eason & Son, Dublin 1928
  • 1881 - Report of Council on Mr. Jephson's suggestions as to Census for 1881 -, Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1881
  • 1881 - Etymological notes on Liddell and Scott's lexicon -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. IV, No. VII, p. 105-120, 1881
  • 1881 - Work and the workman: an address to the Trades' Union Congress -, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Vol. VIII, p. 106-123, January, 1881
  • 1882 - On Two Collections of Mediaeval Moralized Tales -, Dublin 1882
  • 1883 - Notes on Latin lexicography -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol, IV, No, VIII, p. 310-316, 1882, No. IX, p. 402-412, 1883
  • 1896 - An address delivered before the Royal Irish Academy on February 24th, 1896 -, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin 1896
  • 1888 - A correction -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. VI, No. XIV, p. 366-367, 1888
  • 1888 - On a fragment of an ante-Hieronymian version of the Gospels, in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin. See also Ser.2, Vol. III, p. 374-5, 1845-7 -, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Polite Literature and AntiquitiesSer. 2, Vol. II, p. 22-23, 1879-88
  • 1888 - A History of Political Economy Edinburgh, Adam & Charles Black, London 1888; Macmillan, New York 1894; McMaster University Archive for the History of Economic Thought, Dodo Press, 2008, (ISBN 978-1-40995-901-5)[à vérifier : La somme de contrôle devrait être 4 et non 5, demandé le 5 octobre 2013]
    (Traduction française de H. de Varigny et E. Bonnemaison, 1893)
  • 1888 - Essays in Political Economy -
  • 1889 - Memoir of the late William Neilson Hancock -, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, Vol. IX, p. 384-393, August, 1889
  • 1889 - Memoir of the late William Neilson Hancock, LL.D., Q.C -, Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1881
  • 1891 - Presidential Address reviewing the affairs of the Academy since its foundation -, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy, Ser. 3, Vol. II, (Appendix) p. 107-28, 1891-3
  • 1892 - The past and present work of the Royal Irish Academy : an address delivered at the stated meeting of that body, November 30th, 1892 -, Ponsonby & Weldrick, Dublin 1892
  • 1893 - Etymological notes on Lewis and Short's Latin dictionary' -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. VIII, No. XIX, p. 326-343, 1893
  • 1893 - English translation of the first three books of Thomas a Kempis - De imitatione Christi - by JKI
  • 1893 - Etymological notes on Lewis and Short's Latin dictionary - [1]
  • 1895 - A History of Slavery and Serfdom, Adam & Charles Black, London 1895; Macmillan, New York 1895, (reprinted Lightning Source (2007), (ISBN 1-43044-390-1)
  • 1901 - Human nature and morals according to Auguste Comte. With notes illustrative of the principles of Positivism, Adam & Charles Black, London 1901
  • 1900 - Outlines of history of religion, London 1900, General Books, 2009, (ISBN 978-0-21726-725-0)
  • 1904 - Practical Morals. A Treatise on Universal Education, London 1904
  • 1905 - The Final Transition. A Sociological Study, London 1905

Autres publications[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Encyclopædia Britannica
  • Palgrave's Dictionary of Economics

Source secondaire[modifier | modifier le code]

  • Philip Abrams - The Origin of British Sociology, 1834-1914 -, Chicago 1968
  • K. C. Bailey - A History of Trinity College Dublin 1892-1945 -, University Press, Dublin 1947
  • Sean D. Barrett - John Kells Ingram (1823–1907)
  • Douglas Bennett - The Silver Connection -, TCD 1988
  • Robert Dennis Collison Black - Centenary History of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland -, Dublin 1947
  • Robert Botelier - Ordnance Survey Memoirs of Ireland -, Dublin 1834
  • Thomas A. Boylan & Timothy P. Foley - Political Economy and Colonial Ireland, the Propagation and Ideological Function of Economic Discourses in the 19th Century - , p. 190., Routledge, London 1992
  • Auguste Comte & John Kells Ingram - Passages from the Letters of Auguste Comte -, Bibliobazaar, 2008, (ISBN 978-0-55488-013-6) - Sample: [1]
  • Declan Budd & Ross Hinds - The Hist and Edmund Burke's Club -, Lilliput Press, Dublin 1997
  • Mary E. Daly - The Spirit of Ernest Inquiry. The Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland 1847-1997 -, Dublin 1997
  • Dominic Daly - The Young Douglas Hyde, chapter IV; n.6, p. 209, 1974
  • J. F. Deane - Irish Poetry of Faith and Doubt -, Introduction, p. 12., Wolfhound Press, Dublin 1991
  • Seamus Deane - Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing -, Derry 1991
  • Richard Theodore Ely - Introduction to Ingram -, 1915
  • Caesar Litton Falkiner - Memoir of John Kells Ingram -, Sealy, Bryers and Walker, Dublin 1907
  • Caesar Litton Falkiner - A Memoir of the Late John Kells Ingram LL.D. - sometime President of the Society -, Journal of the Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, part 88, pages 105-123, Dublin, 1907 – Sample: [2]
  • Tadhg Foley - Praties, Professors, and Political Economy, p. 6–7, Irish Reporter, Third Quarter 1995
  • Michael Richard Daniell Foot & H. C. G. Matthews - The Galdstone Diaries -
  • J. P. Gannon - To John Kells Ingram, LL. D., on reading his defence of Positivism: a poem beginning "Bright spirit muffled in the mist of earth" -, The New Ireland review, Vol. XVII, p. 101-102, April, 1902
  • J. T. Gibbs - Literary distinction: re John Kells Ingram and "The Memory of the Dead", quoting his reference to it in 1900 -, The Irish book lover, Vol. XVII, p. 117, September-October, 1929
  • C. Gide & C. Rist - A History of Economic Doctrines, London 1964
  • Oliver Goldsmith - Destitution of niece. Letter from J. K. Ingram. -, The Irish builder, Vol. XVII, no. 374, p. 201, July 15, 1875
  • H. A. Hickson - Dublin Verses by Members of Trinity College -, London 1895
  • Gordon L. Herries Davies - Hosce meos filios -, Amsterdam 1991
  • C. C. Holland - Trinity College Dublin and the Idea of a University -, Dublin 1991
  • Bruce L. Kinzer - Enland’s Disgrace: J. S. Mills and the Irish Question -, University of Toronto Press, Toronto 2001
  • John Victor Luce - Trinity College Dublin. The First 400 Years. -, Dublin 1992
  • Thomas William Lyster - Bibliography of the Writings of John Kells Ingram, Dublin 1908
  • Thomas William Lyster - J. K. Ingram: A Bibliography -, in An Leabharlann: journal of the Library Association of Ireland, volume III, no. 1, June, 1909, 46pp. [var. 1907-08].
  • J. G. Swift MacNeill - What I Have Seen and Heard, Boston 1925
  • Justin McCarthy - Irish Literature -, p. 2,166., Catholic University of America, Washington 1904
  • Robert Brendan McDowell & D. A. Webb - Trinity College 1592-1952 -, Cambridge 1982
  • Brian McKenna - Irish Literature, 1800-1875: A Guide to Information Sources - Gale Research Co., Detroit 1978) (He cites Thomas W. Lyster, ‘W. K. Ingram: A Bibliography’ (Dublin: Cumann na Leabharlann 1907-08), p. 203.)
  • S. Shannon Millin - Our society: its aims and achievements (1847-1919) -, Statistical and Social Inquiry Society of Ireland, 1919 - [3]
  • Gregory C. Moore - Nicholson Versus Ingram on the History of Political Economy and a Charge of Plagiarism -, Journal of the History of Economic Thought, volume 22 (4), p. 433-460 – Sample: [4]
  • Gregory C. MooreJohn Kells Ingram, the Comtean Movement, and the English Methodenstreit
  • Sean Moran - Ingram and Ireland: the problem of the poem on "Ninety-Eight" (quoting Sean T. O'Kelly) -, journal article in The Catholic bulletin, volume XXVI, p. 221-226, March, 1936
  • Canon Murphy, Two Irish Parliaments: A Contrast, 1909
  • J. A. T. Noble - Dear Ireland when you're free -
  • Frederick Apthorp Paley - "Greek and Latin etymology in England" (a reply to J. K. Ingram) -, Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. II, No. IV, p. 377-386, 1876
  • M. O'Riordan - Dr. Ingram's "Outlines of the history of religion", reviewed by Rev. M. O'Riordan -, The New Ireland review, Vol. XIII, p. 200-217, June, 1900
  • Cyril Pearl - Three Lives of Charles Gavan Duffy, p. 29, 230, O’Brien Press, Dublin 1979
  • Gary K. Peatling - Who fears to speak of politics?: John Kells Ingram and Hypothetical Nationalism -, in Irish Historical Studies, Volume 31, No. 122 (November 1998)
  • William Bedell Stanford - Ireland and the Classical Tradition -, p. 116 (IAP 1976; 1984)
  • Eric Roll - A History of Economic Thought -, London 1938
  • Edmund Clarence Stedman - A Victorian Anthology, 1837–1895- , 1895
  • Robert Yelverton Tyrrell - The Memory of the Dead
  • D. A. Webb & R. B. McDowell - Trinity College Dublin, 1592-1952: An academic history -, Cambridge 1982
  • T. T. West - The Bold Collegians -, Lilliput Press, Dublin 1991
  • Michel S. Zouboulakis - Contesting the autonomy of political economy: The early positivist criticism of economic knowledge -, The European Journal of the History of Economic Thought, volume 15, issue 1, pages 85–103, March 2008

Notes et références[modifier | modifier le code]

  1. Hermathena: a Dublin University review, Vol. VIII, No. XIX, p. 326-343, 1893, Vol. II, No. IV, p. 428-442, 1876