|Computers & Texts No. 15
Oxford University Press's long-running journal, Literary and Linguistic Computing (LLC) has recently had a change in editors. For the past twelve volumes LLC has been edited by Gordon Dixon and has become one of the leading publications in humanities computing. As of issue 12.3 (September) the editorship has passed on to Marilyn Deegan (Editor) and Stuart Lee (Assistant Editor). Obviously any change in editorship of a journal involves some change in editorial policy and LLC is seeking to broaden its range of articles and coverage, reflecting the changes in the world of humanities computing over recent years. As an example of this issue 12.3 is a special collection of essays on the study of ancient documents including articles on the digitisation of papyri, inscriptions, incised documents, and medieval manuscripts. Issue 12.4 (edited by Michael Fraser and Sarah Porter and to be published in November) will cover performance and film studies.
The editors are interested in any submissions which reflect this new editorial stance (ideas for special issues are also welcome).
Subscription charges for the journal are:
Institutional Rate: one year: £90/$156; two years: £180/$312
Personal Rate: one year: £40/$67; two years: £80/$134
Individual subscribers are automatically registered as members of the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing, the Journal's organising body. Full details about this, the editorial board, and submitting articles, can be found at http://www.oup.co.uk/jnls/list/litlin/.
[Table of Contents] [Letter to the Editor]
Computers & Texts 15 (1997), p. 27 Not to be republished in any form
without the author's permission.
HTML Author: Sarah Porter
Document Created: 10 September 1997
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