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EDITORIAL will all be considered, as will articles on the visualisation of historical data, GIS and multimedia. Most of all the journal hopes to publish articles which demonstrate how the computer and techniques developed for it are relevant to historians, but which focus on an historical question or theme. And, the journal will actively encourage the re-publication of articles previously appearing in bulletins or journals produced by local branches and affiliated associations of the Association for History and Computing, though the editorial team will not usually be responsible for the translation. Regular readers of this journal will have noticed a change in size, shape and layout of this issue of History and Computing. The content of this issue is different from previous issues in as much as it is themed to celebrate fifteen years of the Association for History and Computing, but this does not mean that future issues will see a marked departure from the content of the first ten volumes. However, since historical computing has reached a particular stage in its development, it is to be hoped that the journal will carry more in terms of substantive results of computer-based historical research. This is not to say http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing Edinburgh University Press

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Publisher
Edinburgh University Press
Copyright
Copyright © Edinburgh University Press
ISSN
1753-8548
eISSN
1755-1706
DOI
10.3366/hac.1999.11.1-2.v
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Abstract

will all be considered, as will articles on the visualisation of historical data, GIS and multimedia. Most of all the journal hopes to publish articles which demonstrate how the computer and techniques developed for it are relevant to historians, but which focus on an historical question or theme. And, the journal will actively encourage the re-publication of articles previously appearing in bulletins or journals produced by local branches and affiliated associations of the Association for History and Computing, though the editorial team will not usually be responsible for the translation. Regular readers of this journal will have noticed a change in size, shape and layout of this issue of History and Computing. The content of this issue is different from previous issues in as much as it is themed to celebrate fifteen years of the Association for History and Computing, but this does not mean that future issues will see a marked departure from the content of the first ten volumes. However, since historical computing has reached a particular stage in its development, it is to be hoped that the journal will carry more in terms of substantive results of computer-based historical research. This is not to say

Journal

International Journal of Humanities and Arts ComputingEdinburgh University Press

Published: Jan 1, 1999

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