The Centre for Breton and Celtic Research (CRBC) is a multidisciplinary research laboratory whose 46 members explore topics and areas of research within Breton and Celtic cultural domains.
The Centre de recherche bretonne et celtique (CRBC) is a multidisciplinary research laboratory whose 46 members (historians, linguists, Anglicists and Celticists, enthnologists, sociologists...) explore topics and areas of research within Breton and Celtic cultural domains. They also lead individual or collective research in other fields, across Europe, the Atlantic and beyond.
The five-year project 2012-2016 untitled “Peripheries and identity dynamics” aims to highlight the formation and evolution of identity practices and realities in and about peripheral areas.
The CBRC team is also composed of 60 PhD students, 79 research fellows and 9 administrative and technical staff.
CBRC entity is twofold: CBRC Brest at University of Western Brittany and CRBC Rennes at Rennes 2 University.
For further information : http://www.univ-brest.fr/crbc/menu/presentation-en