9.345 new online publications

Humanist (mccarty@phoenix.Princeton.EDU)
Sat, 2 Dec 1995 00:04:15 -0500 (EST)

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 9, No. 345.
Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities (Princeton/Rutgers)

[1] From: James O'Donnell <jod@ccat.sas.upenn.edu> (15)
Subject: new on-line essay

[2] From: Russon Wooldridge <wulfric@epas.utoronto.ca> (23)
Subject: TCH Working Papers

Date: Fri, 1 Dec 1995 20:26:16 -0500 (EST)
From: James O'Donnell <jod@ccat.sas.upenn.edu>
Subject: new on-line essay

I invite comments and suggestions on a new piece I have written which can
and will have only a WWW representation, due to its HTML-presentation.
It is a study of Augustine's *epistula* 151, in which he reacts to the
judicial murder of his friend, the imperial commissioner Marcellinus. I
call it a discreet epistle, in which layers of implication need to be
untangled. I present it as the Latin text of the letter, with hypertext
glosses and a lengthy parallel essay on the context (the extensive
correspondence with Marcellinus and his friends). To read this piece, go to:


and scroll down a bit for "Texts and Commentaries" looking for ep. 151.

Jim O'Donnell
Classics, U. of Penn

Date: Fri, 1 Dec 1995 23:53:29 -0500
From: Russon Wooldridge <wulfric@epas.utoronto.ca>
Subject: TCH Working Papers

The editors are pleased to announce a new bilingual publication series of
refereed online articles, TCH Working Papers (Toronto Computing in the
Humanities Working Papers). TCHWP addresses computer-assisted
research in all fields of the humanities. Its papers are a vehicle for an
intermediary stage at which questions of computer methodology in
relation to the corpus at hand are of interest to the scholar before the
computer disappears into the background.

Some of the articles first appeared in print in TCHWP's predecessor, CCH
Working Papers, published by the Centre for Computing in the Humanities
of the University of Toronto. Others are being published for the first time
in electronic form. Each article is accompanied by an abstract in both
English and French.

Currently there are 10 articles online at the URL


We welcome comments and cordially invite submission of materials
within the scope of the series. We are especially interested in essays that
exploit the possibilities of the online medium.

Russon Wooldridge
Willard McCarty
1 December 1995