Cornish Studies, published annually, seeks to investigate and understand the complex nature of Cornish identity, as well as to discuss its implications for society and governance in contemporary Cornwall.
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Discourse and Social Science in Cornish Studies - A Reply to Bernard Deacon
Scatting it t'lerrups: Provisional Notes Towards Alternative Methodologies in Language and Literary Studies in Cornwall
Kent, Alan M.
Why Move the Lighthouse? Virginia Woolf's Relationship with St. Ives
Jack Clemo's Mystical-Erotic Quest
Symons, Andrew C.
William Scawen (1600-1689) - A Neglected Cornish Patriot and Father of the Cornish Language Revival
Staging the State and the Hypostasization of Violence in the Medieval Cornish Drama
'Too Rarely Visited and Too Little Known': Travellers' Imaginings of Industrial Cornwall
Bridget Cleary and Cornish Studies: Folklore, Story-Telling and Modernity
Jewish Ghosts, Knackers, Tommyknockers, and other Sprites of Capitalism in the Cornish Mines
Migration Networks and the Transnationalization of Social Capital: Cornish Migration to Latin America, A Case Study
Schwartz, Sharron P.
Remittances Revisited: A Case Study of South Africa and the Cornish Migrant, c.1870-1914
Magee, Gary; Thompson, Andrew
Review Article: Rethinking Henry Jenner