LINGUIST List 6.999

Fri Jul 21 1995

Calls: Computers & Texts No. 10

Editor for this issue: T. Daniel Seely <>


  1. Michael Popham, CFP - Computers & Texts No.10

Message 1: CFP - Computers & Texts No.10

Date: Fri, 21 Jul 1995 15:35:20 CFP - Computers & Texts No.10
From: Michael Popham <>
Subject: CFP - Computers & Texts No.10

The next issue of "Computers & Texts", the newsletter of the CTI Centre for
Textual Studies, is now in preparation. Articles and book/software reviews
are invited from teachers and researchers using computers in any of the
following disciplines: literature (any language), literary linguistics,
theology, philosophy, classics, film studies, theatre arts and drama.

"Computers & Texts" is distributed to almost 3000 academics world-wide. It
is available free to academics in the UK, and via subscription to
non-academics or those outside the UK. We are particularly interested in
hearing about the innovative use of computers in teaching, and about
peoples' experiences of computer-based teaching and learning -- whether
good or bad.

Submission information - Submission information - Submission information
Format: Submission via email is preferred, but contributions may also be
sent on disk to the address given below. We can handle most text and
graphic formats.

Length: Articles should not exceed 2000 words. Reviews of books or software
should not exceed 1000 words.

Deadline: Contributions for the next issue must be received NO LATER than
11th August 1995. Any additional or late contributions may be held over to
a subsequent issue (e.g. Issue No. 11 is due out on 31st October, 1995).

Notification: All contributors will be told whether or not their item is to
be published in the newsletter.

Contributions and enquiries should be addressed to:

 Michael Popham <>
 Centre Manager -- CTI Centre for Textual Studies
 Oxford University Computing Services,
 13 Banbury Road
 OX2 6NN
 United Kingdom

The CTI Centre for Textual Studies is one of 23 Centres set up under the
Computers in Teaching Initiative to promote and support the use of
computers in university teaching. The CTI is funded by the Higher Education
Funding Council for England, the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council,
the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales and the Department of
Education for Northern Ireland.
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