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«Communities are to be distinguished... by the style in which they are imagined.» «Collective imagining... takes shape through discursive engagement among interlocutors.... Discourse functions in this context not as a vehicle for transmitting information and beliefs but as a constitutive force.» Benedict Anderson, Imagined Communities (rev. edn., 1991): 4; Robert Asen, "Imagining in the Public Sphere", Philosophy and Rhetoric 35.4 (2002): 349.



Humanist is an international electronic seminar on humanities computing and the digital humanities. Its primary aim is to provide a forum for discussion of intellectual, scholarly, pedagogical, and social issues and for exchange of information among members. Humanist is a publication of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) and the Office for Humanities Communication (OHC) and an affiliated publication of the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS).


Volume 1
5/87-5/88
Volume 2
5/88-5/89
Volume 3
5/89-5/90
Volume 4
5/90-5/91
Volume 5
5/91-5/92
Volume 6
5/92-5/93
Volume 7
5/93-5/94
Volume 8
5/94-5/95
Volume 9
5/95-5/96
Volume 10
5/96-5/97
Volume 11
5/97-5/98
Volume 12
5/98-5/99
Volume 13
5/99-5/00
Volume 14
5/00-5/01
Volume 15
5/01-5/02
Volume 16
5/02-5/03
Volume 17
5/03-5/04
Volume 18
5/04-5/05
Humanist plain text files, volumes 1-18
Volume 19
5/05-5/06
Volume 20
5/06-5/07
Volume 21
5/07-present
     

Editor Willard McCarty (King's College London, U.K.) Willard.McCarty@kcl.ac.uk
Assistant Editor David L. Gants (University of New Brunswick, Canada) dgants@rogers.com
Technical Editor John Bradley (King's College London) John.Bradley@kcl.ac.uk
Publisher Centre for Computing in the Humanities,
King's College London
 
Technical Support    
  Archiving Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH, Virginia, U.S.)  
  Distribution Office of Information Technology (Princeton, U.S.)  
  Membership
  database
IATH, Virginia  

Considerable debt is also owed to Malgosia Askanas (The Spoon Collective) for designing and writing the digesting software that Humanist currently uses.



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