7.0637 Qs: Disability; E-Luther; Tenure; S/W; Editions (5/93)

Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Thu, 5 May 1994 23:44:43 EDT

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 7, No. 0637. Thursday, 5 May 1994.


(1) Date: Fri, 29 Apr 1994 14:39:41 -0400 (EDT) (18 lines)
From: Don Keefer <dkeefer@risd.edu>
Subject: Query on Computers and Disabilities

(2) Date: Fri, 29 Apr 1994 15:46:47 -0400 (EDT) (21 lines)
From: Karen Ruhleder <ruhleder@WPI.EDU>
Subject: Re: humanist posting

(3) Date: Tue, 03 May 94 15:21:24 RSA (24 lines)
From: chris <120MEIS@witsvma.wits.ac.za>
Subject: Hypertext Software

(4) Date: Wed, 04 May 94 14:03:18 MES (13 lines)
From: "Prof. Dr. Alfred Suhl" <SUHL@DMSWWU1A.BITNET>
Subject: Callr help

(5) Date: 5 May 1994 08:28:57 (17 lines)
From: Tzvee Zahavy <maic@uminn1>
Subject: Dual Tenure

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Date: Fri, 29 Apr 1994 14:39:41 -0400 (EDT)
From: Don Keefer <dkeefer@risd.edu>
Subject: Query on Computers and Disabilities

A recent posting on one of the Lists, possibly this one, mentioned a new
electronic journal devoted to issues involving the use of computers for
individuals with dissabilities. In a rush to clean house recently I
inadvertantly deleted this posting. If anyone recalls this post, or knows
of this journal, would you please drop me a note as to its address.
Thanks in advance. Don
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Don Keefer Dept. of History, Philosophy
dkeefer@risd.edu and Social Sciences
(o) 401 454-6263 Rhode Island School of Design
(h) 401 351-7436 2 College St., Providence, RI 02903


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Date: Fri, 29 Apr 1994 15:46:47 -0400 (EDT)
From: Karen Ruhleder <ruhleder@WPI.EDU>
Subject: Re: humanist posting


Thanks for your help. Here is my query:

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I'm interested in the evolution of the textual edition. According to
Reynold and Wilson ("Scribes and Scholars...", p. 141), early books
printed the scholia in the margins in the manner of the medieval
manuscript. Does anyone know when the current form of the apparatus
criticus (as a set of footnotes) began to emerge? And by when this
form had become the standard?

Please respond directly to me at <ruhleder@wpi.wpi.edu> as I am not a
regular member of the list. Thank you in advance,

Karen Ruhleder
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
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Date: Tue, 03 May 94 15:21:24 RSA
From: chris <120MEIS@witsvma.wits.ac.za>
Subject: Hypertext Software


Can someone please help re: good software for designing Hypertexts
(similar to Storyspace, perhaps) that runs on IBM compatibles (Windows)?
Any experiences, any suggestions?

Thanks a lot!

Jan Christoph Meister
Department of Modern Languages and Literatures
University of the Witwatersrand
Johannesburg, South Africa
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Date: Wed, 04 May 94 14:03:18 MES
From: "Prof. Dr. Alfred Suhl" <SUHL@DMSWWU1A.BITNET>
Subject: Callr help

I am member of the humanist-group, but I set mail off. Could you please help me
to find out whether Martin Luther (Gman Reformator) is delt whith electroni-ca
llyanywhere in the world? One of my colleages in the faculty of "Wirtschaftswis
senschaften" (economics?) wants to give a lecture on Martin Luther next tuesday
alreadyand asked me for help. I would be very grateful to anyone who would giv
e me an answer in time! If you cannot send me an direct answer pleasset "mail o
n" for m again (or whatever might be the correct command). Please notice that m
y e-mail-address has changed to "suhl@uni-muenster.de". Thanks for your help! Y
ours ASuhl
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Date: 5 May 1994 08:28:57
From: Tzvee Zahavy <maic@uminn1>
Subject: Dual Tenure

I am compiling information on faculty and administrators
who hold tenure at two institutions concurrently. Please
reply directly to me with any data you may have. All
information will be of value but public facts are preferable
to rumors or hearsay.

Professor Tzvee Zahavy

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