In response to Terry MacLean, or perhaps in reaction, because I am not
quite sure what s/he was saying. Don't change a thing on this list.
I have been in and out of three or four lists whose range of topic was
either too purely scholarly (gaelic-l) for my personal interests, or
too broad and full of uninteresting "witter" (I won't name names).
Celtic-L is just fine--I am no Celtic scholar (a library/information science
professor by trade), but I enjoy reading all the messages, which is more
than I can say for most of the lists on which I still remain. I presume
that the rest of you out there are interested in one or more aspects of
Celtic culture that have been discussed, including music, archaeology,
history, prehistory, religion, and so on. By the way, I have seen a
few printouts of what appears to be an electronic newsletter from
ireland on modern doings. Does anyone know about this? It covers
politics, sports, weather, strikes (currently transportation), and just
Candy Schwartz, Simmons College, Boston MA
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