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Date:  Sun, 07 Jul 2002 02:08:14 +0200 (METDST)
From:  kap-listman at wkap.nl
Subject:  Computers and the Humanities. Vol. 36, Issue 3

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Date:  Sun, 07 Jul 2002 02:08:14 +0200 (METDST)
From:  kap-listman at wkap.nl
Subject:  Computers and the Humanities. Vol. 36, Issue 3

Computers and the Humanities
The Official Journal of The Association for Computers and
the Humanities

ISSN 0010-4817

http://www.wkap.nl/issuetoc.htm/0010-4817+36+3+2002

Vol. 36, Issue 3, August 2002.

TITLE: The Challenge for ACH
AUTHOR(S): Julia Flanders, John Unsworth
KEYWORD(S): computer criticism, humanities computing, literary studies,
literary theory.
PAGE(S): 255-256

TITLE: The Roberto Busa Award
AUTHOR(S):
KEYWORD(S): computer criticism, humanities computing, literary studies,
literary theory.
PAGE(S): 257-257

TITLE: A New Computer-assisted Literary Criticism?
AUTHOR(S): Raymond G. Siemens
KEYWORD(S): computer criticism, humanities computing, literary studies,
literary theory.
PAGE(S): 259-267

TITLE: The Text of Performance and the Performance of Text in
the Electronic Edition
AUTHOR(S): Michael Best
KEYWORD(S): electronic text, multimedia, performance, Romeo and Juliet,
Shakespeare.
PAGE(S): 269-282

TITLE: Computer-mediated Texts and Textuality: Theory and Practice
AUTHOR(S): Susan Schreibman
KEYWORD(S): electronic texts, literary criticism, reception theory,
versioning.
PAGE(S): 283-293

TITLE: Industrial Text and French Neo-structuralism
AUTHOR(S): William Winder
KEYWORD(S): commercial text, expert systems, French theory, industrial
text, literary criticism, literary text, SATOR, structuralism,
WinBrill.
PAGE(S): 295-306

TITLE: The Question Concerning Theory: Humanism, Subjectivity,
and Computing
AUTHOR(S): Tamise van Pelt
KEYWORD(S): anti-humanism, humanism, posthuman, subjectivity, technology.
PAGE(S): 307-318

TITLE: Animating the Language Machine: Computers and Performance
AUTHOR(S): Marshall Soules
KEYWORD(S): humanities computing, improvisation, performance, posthuman,
protocols, signifying.
PAGE(S): 319-344

TITLE: Gore Galore: Literary Theory and Computer Games
AUTHOR(S): Geoffrey Rockwell
KEYWORD(S): Bakhtin, computer games, interactive, literary theory,
multi-media.
PAGE(S): 345-358

TITLE: Mutability, Medium, and Character
AUTHOR(S): Dene Grigar
KEYWORD(S): adaptive narrative, electronic literature, media studies,
mutability.
PAGE(S): 359-378

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