Cornwall Heritage Trust presents… A Virtual Story Cafe with Kensa Broadhurst, who will talk about her research into the Cornish Language.
Kensa Broadhurst is currently studying for her PhD and hopes that not only will the research she carries out help our understanding of the use of Cornish during the nineteenth century and give more legitimacy and status to the language today, but also give the Cornish language a status within higher education. Kensa is hoping to find evidence that the Cornish language was being used between 1777-1904.
Every year Cornwall Heritage Trust awards bursaries to post-graduate students at the Institute of Cornish Studies to assist in study costs for one or more students producing a dissertation/thesis centred on any aspect of Cornwall’s Heritage.
Join us on Zoom to take part in this virtual story cafe, or if you miss one of the limited places you will be able to watch the story cafe being live streamed to our Facebook Page.
How to book
To register for a free place via the Zoom event, please follow the link to book (you only need to book one ticket per household).