LINGUIST List 7.64

Sat Jan 13 1996

TOC: Computers and the Humanities

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  1. Alan Bailin, Computers and the Humanities, Articles and Reviews

Message 1: Computers and the Humanities, Articles and Reviews

Date: Fri, 12 Jan 1996 11:49:47 EDT
From: Alan Bailin <abailinuwovax.uwo.ca>
Subject: Computers and the Humanities, Articles and Reviews
Computers and the Humanities 29,4.
Articles and Reviews of Interest to LINGUIST Readers.

 Khosrow Kaikhah and Craig Gandy, Generating Non-Intentional
Semantically-Correct English Sentences in an Object-Oriented
Environment
 Colin Martindale and Dean McKenzie, On the Utility of Content
Analysis in Author Attribution: The Federalist
 Lee Sigelman, By Their (New) Words Shall Ye Know Them: Edith
Wharton, Marion Mainwaring, and The Buccaneers

Reviews
 Allen Renear, Understanding (hyper)Media: Required Readings
Writing Space: The Computer, Hypertext, and the History of Writing,
by Jay David Bolter
 Maria Daniels, The Digitization of Primary Textual Sources, by
Peter Robinson
 Karen Lunsford, Electronic Texts and the Internet: A Review of
The English Server

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