Root, trunk, and branch: institutional and infrastructural models for humanities computing in the U.K.

multipaper session
  1. 1. Willard McCarty

    King's College London, Centre for Computing in the Humanities - King's College London, Department of Digital Humanities - King's College London

  2. 2. Lou Burnard

    Oxford University, Computing Service - Oxford University, Humanities Computing Unit - Oxford University

  3. 3. Marilyn Deegan

    De Montfort University

  4. 4. Jean Anderson

    University of Glasgow, School of English - University of Glasgow

  5. 5. Harold Short

    King's College London

Child sessions
  1. Individual statements (in the order of presentation), Lou Burnard, Jean Anderson, Harold Short, Marilyn Deegan
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Conference Info

In review


Hosted at Queen's University

Kingston, Ontario, Canada

June 3, 1997 - June 7, 1997

76 works by 119 authors indexed

Series: ACH/ALLC (9), ACH/ICCH (17), ALLC/EADH (24)

Organizers: ACH, ALLC