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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: 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: Domestic Women Writers (Web Site)

updated: 
Friday, May 15, 1998 - 11:48pm
Kim & Andrew Wells

The Internet is fast becoming an important source for literary criticism =
of all kinds. Kim Wells, an Ph.D. student at Texas A&M University, is =
currently developing a webpage titled "Domestic Goddesses: AKA =
Scribbling Women" The page will begin by featuring Louisa May Alcott, =
Kate Chopin, Willa Cather, Sarah Orne Jewett, Harriet Beecher Stowe and =
Edith Wharton. I eventually hope to expand the scope to include authors =
Laura Ingalls Wilder, Dorothy Wordsworth, and other women writers of =
domestic fiction as well, so if you have papers on any of these =
underrepresented authors that you would like to see published on the =
Internet, you may also send them.