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By the new millennium the current ...
www.exeter.ac.uk, 13 May 2009 [cached]
By the new millennium the current core staff of Garry Tregidga and Bernard Deacon had joined the Institute and were developing new directions in the methodology of Cornish Studies.
www.sgrud.org.uk, 1 Dec 1999 [cached]
I am very grateful also to Dr. Bernard Deacon, Lecturer at the Institute of Cornish Studies, University of Exeter, for assistance with Late Cornish expressions in the relevant transcript.
The Cornish Family | Cornwall Editions Limited
www.cornwalleditions.co.uk, 30 Mar 2006 [cached]
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.
Welsh Academic Press - Mebyon Kernow
www.welsh-academic-press.com, 1 Oct 2003 [cached]
Bernard Deacon, Dick Cole & Garry Tregidga
Bernard Deacon is a Lecturer in Cornish Studies in the University of Exeter's Department of Lifelong Learning.
The Cornish Communities Programme
www.projects.ex.ac.uk, 9 July 2006 [cached]
Home > Dr Bernard Deacon and Dr Sharron P. Schwartz
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.
is co-editor of the journal Family
and Community History.
...Dr Bernard Deacon