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CFP: TEXT Technology (journal)

updated: 
Thursday, May 28, 1998 - 6:17pm
Peter Sands

TEXT Technology CALL FOR PAPERS and REVIEWS

_TEXT Technology: the Journal of Computer Text Processing_ seeks papers and
reviews of Internet sites and related materials. We seek reviews of
websites and web development tools relevant to humanities computing and
text processing—from word processing and concordances to SGML tools, and
everything in between. We also seek critical and analytical papers that
address issues of emerging technologies on the Internet, including the
World Wide Web, hypertext and hypermedia, innovative approaches to
teaching and research that employ Internet technologies, the state of
published research on these areas, and just about anything else to do
with the Web.

CFP: Computers and the Humanities (journal)

updated: 
Friday, March 13, 1998 - 7:58pm
Nancy M. Ide

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                    COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES

For over thirty years, Computers and the Humanities (CHum) has been the
premier international journal for publications on language, text, and
humanities-related research.

CFP: TEXT Technology (journal)

updated: 
Friday, March 13, 1998 - 7:50pm
Peter Sands

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TEXT Technology CALL FOR PAPERS and REVIEWS

CFP: TEXT Technology (humanities computing)

updated: 
Friday, March 1, 1996 - 10:52pm
Jack Lynch

                            TEXT Technology:
                The Journal of Computer Text Processing
                        Is Now Calling for Papers

Starting in 1996, Wright State University will begin publishing TEXT
Technology: The Journal of Computer Text Processing. Previously published
at Dakota State University under the editorship of Eric Johnson, this
quarterly has published articles dealing with a variety of subjects
concerning the production of texts through electronic means. A listing of
the table of contents of the Summer 1995 issue will give some idea of the
range of the articles:

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