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La construction de l'interceltisme en Bretagne, des origines à nos jours : mise en perspective historique et idéologique

Abstract : The first modern pan-Celtic exchanges go back to 1838, when a Breton delegation is received in Wales. They undergo a revival at the beginning of the 20th century thanks to intellectual relationships. From the 1920s to the 1940s, pan-Celticism becomes an ideological argument, used in particular by the emerging Breton nationalists. After WWII, pan-Celticism tends to be more culturally-oriented. It becomes a reality after the adoption in Brittany of new musical instruments such as the Celtic harp or the Scottish bagpipes, and the creation in 1971 of Lorient's Festival Interceltique. The European construction and the movements in favour of decentralization and devolution in European countries lead to the emergence of an institutional pan-Celticism. For more than one and a half centuries, the latter has gained influence in the Breton activists' speeches. Its development throws light on both the history of regionalist or nationalist political movements and the evolutions of the Breton cultural movement
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Erwan Chartier. La construction de l'interceltisme en Bretagne, des origines à nos jours : mise en perspective historique et idéologique. Linguistique. Université Rennes 2; Université Européenne de Bretagne, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : b2010REN20048⟩. ⟨tel-00575335⟩

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