Celtic Students Podcast, season 2, ep 3: Brezhoneg e Harvard?



[Br] Pennad-kaoz get Myrzinn Boucher-Durand, studierez àr ar Brezhoneg e Skol-Veur Harvard, el lec'h m'emañ é krogiñ he zezenn goude he devout tremenet daou vlead master eno, kaset gant Alan Kersaudy, studier M1 àr ar brezhoneg e Roazhon ha Fañch Bihan-Gallic, é paouez seùel un dezenn sokio-yezhoniezh e Aberdeen, o-daou eus Kevredigezh ar Studierien Keltiek. 
Mar plij ganeoc'h, deuit e darempred ma fell deoc'h kemer perzh er gevredigezh @CelticStudents! Email: celtic.students.communications@gmail.com 

[Eng] This episode is an interview in Breton of Myrzinn Boucher-Durand, who is currently doing her PhD in the Celtic Department of Harvard University, with Alan Kersaudy, an MA student at the University of Rennes, and Fañch Bihan-Gallic who recently graduated with a PhD in Aberdeen University. Myrzinn talks about her journey from the Arrée mountain in the Centre of Brittany to the US before they all start comparing their respective experience as Breton-speaking students abroad, as well as the challenges facing Breton studies in a field dominated by English. 
Please get in touch if you want to get involved with @CelticStudents! Email: celtic.students.communications@gmail.com 

This episode is in Breton. It was recorded in April 2021. 

Music: “Kesh Jig, Leitrim Fancy” by Sláinte, CC BY-SA 3.0 US (creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/us/), available from freemusicarchive.org.

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