A new academic paper from e-Keltoi - The Journal of Interdisciplinary Celtic Studies by Siarl Ferdinand, University of Wales, Trinity Saint David.
"Despite being dormant during the nineteenth century, the Cornish language has been recently recognised by the British Government as a living regional language after a long period of revival.
The first part of this paper discusses the history of traditional Cornish and the reasons for its decline and dismissal. The second part offers an overview of the revival movement since its beginnings in 1904 and analyses the current situation of the language in all possible domains."
A Brief History of the Cornish Language, its Revival and Current Status
Publication Date: Dec 2, 2013
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