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  Literature, Linguistics, Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies,
  Classics, Film & Media Studies, Theatre Arts and Drama.


Online Publications

The CTI Centre for Textual Studies closed in 2000. This Web site is not being updated and may close without warning. Publications such as Computers and Texts and Teaching European Literature & Culture will continue to remain online, though via an alternative service.

[2004-11] The
Computer-assisted Theology Gateway has been updated and is now integrated with the My Humbul Include functionality.

We still maintain the email list, cti-textual-studies@jiscmail.ac.uk, as a list for announcing items of interest to the humanities computing community.

Guide to Digital Resources 2000

Computers and Texts
Our journal containing articles on using computers in teaching, reviews and announcements. Final issue, number 18/19, online

Teaching European Literature & Culture

Beyond Art? Conference Proceedings

Other Publications

About CTI Textual Studies

- Who we were

- We were also partners in the TLTP Aster Project

The CTI Centre for Textual Studies was part of the Humanities Computing Unit at Oxford University and was one of 24 CTI Centres funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, the Scottish Higher Education Funding Council, the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales and the Department of Education for Northern Ireland and was supported by the University of Oxford

This page last modified: 27 June 2002