Hi Amy, hi all,
Amy Hale wrote:
> Thanks! You brightened my day. You are right, we didn't cover new
> directions on old stuff. I'll leave that to someone who knows much
> more about old stuff than I do!
Well, that`s fine then, and I`ll probably have to wait for someone to
organise that conference to give us equal proceedings for the old stuff.
BTW, being one of those boneheads who prefer to dig in the dirt of the Celts
of the past rather than dealing with those still living around us, I still
think that not everyone on this list knows the book mentioned, and as I
think it recommendable, well, here`s the details (for all those who are
interested in "modern Celtic Studies"):
Amy Hale and Philip Payton (eds.), New Directions in Celtic Studies.
University of Exeter Press, Exeter 2000. ISBN 0 85989 587 4 (paperback). (or
go to http://www.ex.ac.uk/uep/ )
Raimund Karl <mailto:[log in to unmask]>
Research Fellow for European Archaeology
Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies
National Library of Wales
Aberystwyth, Ceredigion, Cymru, UK