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Bernard Deacon

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Institute of Cornish Studies at the University of Exeter's Cornwall Campus at Tremough

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Bernard Deacon | Alison Hodge Publishers

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Bernard Deacon
Bernard Deacon photo Dr Bernard Deacon was programme director for the MA in Cornish Studies at the Institute of Cornish Studies of the Combined Universities of Cornwall at Tremough. He has worked for the Open University and Exeter University's Department of Lifelong Learning, and is the author of Cornwall and the Cornish, published in our Pocket Cornwall series. He also wrote The Cornish Family,Cornwall: A Concise History, Cornwall's First Golden Age: From Arthur to the Normans, and numerous scholarly articles. See Onen hag Oola: Bernard Deacon's Cornish studies resources.


Cornwall and the Cornish | Alison Hodge Publishers

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Bernard Deacon
Dr Bernard Deacon is Senior Lecturer in Cornish Studies at the Institute of Cornish Studies at the University of Exeter's Cornwall Campus at Tremough. Born in east Cornwall and living in the west, he is the author of The Cornish Family and Cornwall: The Concise History, as well as numerous articles about Cornwall and its history. Bernard Deacon needs no introduction to those genuinely interested in the history of Cornwall, and here we have a classic of popular history - beautifully illustrated, succinctly written, and accessible to all.


The Cornish Family | Cornwall Editions Limited

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By Dr Bernard Deacon
Dr Deacon, Lecturer at the Institute of Cornish Studies in Truro, Cornwall, is eminent in the field of research into Cornish identity.


Form and Content in Revived Cornish

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Michael Everson, Craig Weatherhill, Ray Chubb, Bernard Deacon, Nicholas Williams
Bernard Deacon provides two insightful articles, the first on the values expressed in Kernowek Kemyn rhetoric, and the second on the aims and methods of the Cornish Language Board. Bernard is Senior Lecturer in Cornish Studies in the Institute of Cornish Studies at the University of Exeter in Cornwall. He is a Cornish speaker and his recent publications include Mebyon Kernow and Cornish Nationalism (2003) and The Cornish Family (2004). His new book Cornwall: the concise history is due to be published by the University of Wales Press in 2007. He was made a bard of the Cornish Gorsedd in 1993, taking the Bardic name Crakkya Lewen.


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Home > Dr Bernard Deacon and Dr Sharron P. Schwartz
Bernard Deacon spent his early years in east Cornwall but has lived for some time in the west. He worked for many years teaching social sciences and politics for the Open University and Cornish history for Exeter University's Department of Lifelong Learning before joining the Institute of Cornish Studies in 2001. Bernard is co-editor of the journal Family and Community History. Dr Bernard Deacon


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