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Thu Feb 22 1996

TOC: Computers and the Humanities (29.5)

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Message 1: Computers and the Humanities TOC: 29.5

Date: Thu, 22 Feb 1996 10:18:34 EDT
From: Alan Bailin <abailinuwovax.uwo.ca>
Subject: Computers and the Humanities TOC: 29.5

Computers and the Humanities TOC: 29.5

Articles:

Lou Milic, The Century of Prose Corpus: A Half-Million Word
Historical Data Base

Julius Laffal, A Concept Analysis of Jonathan Swift's A Tale of a
Tub and Gulliver's Travels

Alan Bailin, Intelligent Computer-Assisted Language Learning: A
Bibliography

Estelle Irizarry, Weighing the Evidence: Legal Discourse in the
19th-century Spanish Femininist Concepcion Arenal

Review Essay:
Allen Renear, Understanding (hyper)Media: Required Readings
Opinion:
Eric Johnson, Computer Documentation: Writing About Technology



Alan Bailin <abailinuwo.ca>
The University of Western Ontario
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