Cornish Studies Volume 5
Cornish Studies: Five
Distributed for University of Exeter Press
The fifth volume in this acclaimed paperback series covers a wide range of topics, including Celtic Cornwall, Cornish politics, the Cornish economy, Cornish genetics, constructions of language and race in contemporary Cornwall, Cornish rugby, and education in Cornwall.
The Cornish - Identity and Genetics: An Alternative View
The Tithing Framework of West Cornwall - A Proposed Pattern and an Interpretation of Territorial Origins
Tyranny in "Beaumans Meriasek"
Proto-industrialization and Potatoes - A Revised Narrative for 19th-century Cornwall
Rethinking Celtic Cornwall - An Ethnographic Approach
Genesis of the Celto-Cornish Revivial? - L.C. Duncombe-Jewell and the Cowethas Kelto-Kernuek
Celtic Rvival and Economic Development in Edwardian Cornwall
The Politics of the Celto-Cornish Revival, 1886-1939
A Passion to Exist - Cultural Hegemony and the Roots of the Cornish Identity
Cornish Rugby and Cultural Identity - A Socio-historical Perspective
Cornwall Education Week - 70 years on
F. Roff Rayner, F.L. Harris and Philip Payton