Mikael Bodlore-Penlaez

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Mikael Bodlore-Penlaez
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Born (1975-02-24) February 24, 1975 (age 39)
Brest[1]
Nationality French
Occupation Author
Known for Atlas, Maps, Eurominority, Stateless Nations and minority studies

Mikael Bodlore-Penlaez (born 1975, Brest) is a Breton author and cartographer. He has edited with Divi Kervella the first bilingual Atlas of Brittany (French / Breton) who has received several awards, including the "Brittany's Prize of the Book".

Bibliography[edit]

Books in English[edit]

  • Atlas of Stateless Nations, minority peoples in search of recognition (translated in English by Ciaran and Sarah Finn), Ed. Y Lolfa, 2011 ISBN 978-1847713797

Books in French or (bilingual Breton/French)[edit]

Maps[edit]

  • European peoples, ethnographical map of nations and historical regions, 2012
  • Map of Kurdistan, 2012
  • Map of Val-de-Loire, 2012
  • Map of the world in breton, 2011
  • European languages, 2010
  • Frisian countries, 2010
  • Peoples of the world, 2009
  • 9 counties of Brittany, 2008
  • Brittany: Geography of an historical Nation of Europe (60 traditionnal counties), 2007
  • Genealogy of the Kings and Dukes of Brittany, 2007
  • Hundred Nations of Europe, 2005
  • European minority peoples, 2004

References[edit]

  1. ^ General catalog of the French National Library

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