Bucca Redivivus: History, Folklore and the Construction of Ethnic Identity within Modern Pagan Witchcraft in Cornwall

@inproceedings{Semmens2010BuccaRH,
  title={Bucca Redivivus: History, Folklore and the Construction of Ethnic Identity within Modern Pagan Witchcraft in Cornwall},
  author={J. Semmens},
  year={2010}
}
Cornish Studies (second series) exists to reflect current research conducted internationally in the inter-disciplinary field of Cornish St?dies. It is edited by Professor Philip Payton, Director of the Institute of Cornish Studies at the University of Exeter, Cornwall Campus, and is published by University of Exeter Press. The opinions expressed in Cornish Stu~ies are those of individual authors and are not necessarily those of the editor or publisher. The support of Cornwall Council is… Expand
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