6.0481 Technohumanities Meets ComputerWorld (1/18)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Fri, 5 Feb 1993 13:07:35 EST
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 6, No. 0481. Friday, 5 Feb 1993.
Date: Thu, 4 Feb 1993 17:55 EST
From: "Mary Dee Harris, Language Technology" <MDHARRIS@guvax.acc.georgetown.edu>
Subject: COMPUTERWORLD Article on computers in the humanities
I just saw an article in the Feb. 1, 1993, issue of _ComputerWorld_
entitled "Technohumanities 101." It mentions William Wulf, a CS
professor at the University of Virginia (and the new Institute for
Advanced Technology in the Humanities at UVA); Edward Ayers, professor
of history at UVA; and Jerome McGann, UVA professor of English; and
James O'Donnell at the Center for the Computer Analysis of Texts at
the University of Pennsylvania.
There's also a box describing the need for SGML and the notice that
WordPerfect will "introduce a conversion program that will convert
text files into SGML format in accordance with industry-standard or
user defined rules" later this year.
Mary Dee Harris 202/387-0626 (voice)
Language Technology 202/387-0625 (FAX)
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