The Center for Breton and Celtic Research (CRBC)
The Center for Breton and Celtic Research is a multidisciplinary research laboratory uniting 46 members (historians, linguists, Anglo-Celticists and Celticists, ethnologists, sociologists…) from the Universities of Western Brittany, Brest, and the University of Upper Brittany, Rennes 2.
Together, they explore topics and areas of research within Breton and Celtic linguistic and cultural domains and also do individual or collective research in other fields in Europe and around the world.
The CBRC team is also composed of 60 PhD students, 79 research fellows and 9 administrative and technical staff.
Furthermore, the CRBC library houses the largest collection of Breton and Celtic books, journals and sound archive recordings in continental Europe including hours of Breton-language field recordings (i.e. Professor Le Dû’s Nouvel Atlas Linguistique de la Basse Bretagne).