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Durham University

Department of English Studies

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Publication details for Professor Claire Warwick

Warwick, C. & Singer, K. (2010). Introduction. Literary and Linguistic Computing 25(4): 363-364.

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Abstract

It is always difficult to represent the range and quality of a conference such as Digital Humanities 2009 in a single volume. Indeed, it was a great pleasure for us as programme chair and local organiser to see so many outstanding submissions become fascinating conference presentations. As a result, we felt compelled to depart from tradition and produce two different special issues of LLC to do justice to the large number of high-quality papers at the conference. This is entirely unprecedented, but also warranted, given the strength of work presented. It also suggests the breadth and depth of outstanding scholarship that is now to be found in our field. This issue presents a collection of papers on a variety of topics, to indicate the breadth of work presented and the other concentrates on authorship attribution studies: an area in which we found a particular depth of high-quality research.

Notes

This article appears in: Special Issue ‘Papers from Digital Humanities 2009, University of Maryland, USA’.

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