Issue No. 08 - August (1978 vol. 11)
P. Bratley , University of Montreal
It is as difficult, and perhaps as silly, to try to present the field of computing in the humanities in one special issue, as it would be to present computing in business, say, or the scientific applications of computers. Nevertheless, the effort seems worth making. Much of the work in this area is genuinely interdisciplinary: for interdisciplinary projects to take shape and to prosper, it is essential that workers on one side of the line be regularly reminded of what is happening on the other.
S. Lusignan and P. Bratley, "Computers and the Humanities," in Computer, vol. 11, no. , pp. 6-7, 1978.