Paper $29.95 ISBN: 9780859895514 Published January 1997 For sale in North and South America only

Cornish Studies Volume 5

Cornish Studies: Five

Edited by Philip Payton

Cornish Studies Volume 5
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Edited by Philip Payton

Distributed for University of Exeter Press

176 pages | 9-1/10 x 5-4/5
Paper $29.95 ISBN: 9780859895514 Published January 1997 For sale in North and South America only

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.

Contributions by
Rob Burton, Dick Cole, Bernard Deacon, Amy Hale, F. L. Harris, David Harvey, Lynette Olson, Philip Payton, Ronald Perry, F, Roff Rayner, Andy Seward and Garry Tregidga

 
Contents
Cornwall in Context - The New Cornish Historiography
   Philip Payton
The Cornish - Identity and Genetics: An Alternative View
   Dick Cole
The Tithing Framework of West Cornwall - A Proposed Pattern and an Interpretation of Territorial Origins
    David Harvey
Tyranny in "Beaumans Meriasek" 
   Lynette Olson
Proto-industrialization and Potatoes - A Revised Narrative for 19th-century Cornwall
  Bernard Deacon
Rethinking Celtic Cornwall - An Ethnographic Approach
  Amy Hale
Genesis of the Celto-Cornish Revivial? - L.C. Duncombe-Jewell and the Cowethas Kelto-Kernuek
  Amy Hale
Celtic Rvival and Economic Development in Edwardian Cornwall
  Ronald Perry
The Politics of the Celto-Cornish Revival, 1886-1939
  Gary Tregidga
A Passion to Exist - Cultural Hegemony and the Roots of the Cornish Identity
   Rob Burton
Cornish Rugby and Cultural Identity - A Socio-historical Perspective
   Andy Seward
Cornwall Education Week - 70 years on
   F. Roff Rayner, F.L. Harris and Philip Payton
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