3.1000 professional societies, cont. (137)

Willard McCarty (MCCARTY@vm.epas.utoronto.ca)
Fri, 2 Feb 90 20:42:29 EST

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 3, No. 1000. Friday, 2 Feb 1990.

Date: Thursday, 1 February 1990 2312-EST
Subject: Professional Societies Update3

+ indicates added since last version of the list
If you know of a more or less official representative or email
address for such societies represented by members of HUMANIST,
please let me know and I will add that information. Bob Kraft

+American Academy of Advertising
American Academy of Religion (some special computer program
sections at annual meetings; cooperation with SBL)
American Anthropological Association (see ANTHRO-L@UBVM ListServer)
+American Association for Public Opinion Research
American Association of University Presses (much computer talk)
American Conference on Irish Studies
[Cahalan; see GAELIC-L and FWAKE-L ListServers]
American Dialect Society ("making use of computer technology")
American Historical Association ("computers in history" things)
American Library Association
+American Musicological Society (creating database of texts)
[Mathiesen (Perry)]
American Philological Association (archive of texts, editorial
board for non-print publications, exhibits at annual meetings)
American Philosophical Society (has committee on computer use
and subcommittee on electronic texts; program sessions)
[Owen; see ACH Newsletter 11.2(1989) 13]
American Political Science Association
+American Psychological Association: Consumer Psychology,
Media Psychology, and Personality and Social Psychology
American Schools of Oriental Research (computer committee and
some attention to program section, displays; cooperation with SBL)
American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
[Cope ENCOPE@LSUVM, Dill, Wolf, MacNeil]
American Society of Church History (not much computer involvement)
American Society of Papyrologists (close cooperation with APA)
Archaeological Institute of America (various computer activities)
[Walsh, Kuniholm]
+Association for Asian Studies (occasional panel, newsletter column)
+Association for Canadian and Quebec Literatures
Association for Computers and the Humanities
+Association for History and Computing
Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing
Association for Women in Computing
+Association Internationale Bible et Informatique
[AIBI Network, contact IWML@UKC.AC.UK (Lambert)]
Association of Public Data Users
+Association of University Teachers of English
+Bibliographical Society
+Bibliographical Society of Canada
+Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies
+Canadian Society for the History of Rhetoric
College Composition and Communication
+College Music Society
+Consortium for Computers in the Humanities / Consortium pour
ordinateurs en sciences humains
+International Association for Neo-Latin Studies
International Association for Social Science Information Service
and Technology (IASSIST)
International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature
International Congress on Medieval Studies (sessions, workshops)
+International Organization for Septuagint and Cognate Studies (one
sponsor of the Computer Assisted Tools for Septuagint Studies
project at the Univ. of Penn and at the Hebrew Univ. in Jerusalem)
+International Society for the History of Rhetoric
Inter-University Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR)
Medieval Academy of America (no indication of computer involvement)
[Zacour, Zinn]
Modern Languages Association (various activities, electronic
publications, program segments and exhibits; details of how
it is all coordinated organizationally are welcome)
+Music Library Association (computer applications a "hot topic")
National Council of Teachers of English
[Cahalan; see MBU network]
+North American Patristics Society (no organized computer activity)
Organization of American Historians
[Knox (non member)]
+Renaissance English Text Society
+Society for Music Theory
+Society for the History of Discoveries
Society of American Archaeology ("great interest in computers")
Society of Biblical Literature (electronic archiving project and
an active Computer Assisted Research Group that coordinates
demonstrations and a program segment each annual meeting)
South-Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies
[Bode RFB8135@TNTECH (Cope)]
Southeastern Conference on Linguistics ("making use of computer tech.")
+Toronto Renaissance and Reformation Colloquium