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2014, 2015 Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities, an affiliate of the Packard Humanities Institute, at Stanford University.  Compilation and brief explanations are mainly by Eleanor Selfridge-Field with contributions by many colleagues, especially including Giuliano Di Bacco, Liza Vick, Kerry Masteller, and Jennifer Ward plus several project developers; design and technical implementation by Craig Stuart Sapp; other advice by Ilias Chrissochoidis. Persistent URLs have been used where available. DRM emphasizes open-access repositories. Music libraries offer excellent links for licensed-access materials. For comprehensive listings of online journals and conferences please see the [http://goldenpages.jpehs.co.uk/ Golden Pages]. To report errors please use [http://wiki.ccarh.org/wiki/Contact_information this link]. Version 1.0.
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2014, 2015, 2017 Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities, an affiliate of the Packard Humanities Institute, at Stanford University.  Compilation and brief explanations are mainly by Eleanor Selfridge-Field with contributions by many colleagues, especially including Ilias Chrissochoidis;  Giuliano Di Bacco, Debra Lacoste, Liza Vick, Jennifer Ward, and project developers; design and technical implementation by Craig Stuart Sapp. DRM emphasizes open-access repositories. Music libraries offer excellent links for licensed-access materials. Persistent URLs have been used where available. To report errors please use [http://wiki.ccarh.org/wiki/Contact_information this link]. Version 1.1.

Latest revision as of 00:49, 21 April 2017

2014, 2015, 2017 Center for Computer Assisted Research in the Humanities, an affiliate of the Packard Humanities Institute, at Stanford University. Compilation and brief explanations are mainly by Eleanor Selfridge-Field with contributions by many colleagues, especially including Ilias Chrissochoidis; Giuliano Di Bacco, Debra Lacoste, Liza Vick, Jennifer Ward, and project developers; design and technical implementation by Craig Stuart Sapp. DRM emphasizes open-access repositories. Music libraries offer excellent links for licensed-access materials. Persistent URLs have been used where available. To report errors please use this link. Version 1.1.