Volume 29, Number 1, January 1995
: The TEI header and the documentation of electronic texts.
: Practical considerations in the use of TEI headers in a large corpus.
Volume 29, Number 2, March 1995
, Lou Burnard
: Speaking with one voice: Encoding standards and the prospects for an integrated approach to computing in history.
Alan K. Melby
: E-Tif: An electronic terminology interchange format.
Volume 29, Number 3, May 1995
Volume 29, Number 4, July 1995
, Craig Gandy
: Generating non-intentional semantically-correct english sentences in an object-oriented environment.
: By their (new) words shall ye know them: Edith Wharton, Marion Mainwaring, and The Buccaneers.
M. W. A. Smith
: Virtuoso pianism from the QWERTY keyboard: The electronic realization of Liszt's scores.
: Electronic texts and the internet: A review of The English Server.
Volume 29, Number 5, October 1995
Louis T. Milic
: The century of prose corpus: A half-million word historical data base.
: A concept analysis of Jonathan Swift's A tale of a Tub and Gulliver's Travels.
: Weighing the evidence: Legal discourse in the 19th-Century Spanish feminist Concepción Arenal.
: Intelligent computer-assisted language learning: A bibliography.
: Understanding (hyper) media: Required readings.
: Computer documentation: Writing about technology.
Volume 29, Number 6, December 1995
Carol L. Winkelmann
: Electronic literacy, critical pedagogy, and collaboration: A case for cyborg writing.