[Apologies for cross posting]

I am pleased to announce the publication of the inaugural issue of DM
(The Digital Medievalist), a new peer-reviewed on-line journal for
technology and medieval studies:

In this issue:

*Guyda ARMSTRONG and Vika ZAFRIN, Towards the electronic Esposizioni:
the challenges of the online commentary

* Arianna CIULA, Digital palaeography: using the digital representation
of medieval script to support palaeographic analysis

* Hoyt N. DUGGAN with a contribution by Eugene W. LYMAN, A Progress
Report on The Piers Plowman Electronic Archive

*Jonathan GREEN, Opening the Illustrated Incunable Short Title Catalog
on CD-ROM: an end-user's approach to an essential database

*Kevin KIERNAN, The source of the Napier fragment of Alfred's Boethius

*Peter ROBINSON, Current issues in making digital editions of medieval
texts or, do electronic scholarly editions have a future?

* Kathryn WYMER, Why Universal Accessibility Should Matter to the
Digital Medievalist <>

Currently DM is published two times per year. The next issue will be
published in November 2005. For information on forthcoming articles and
future themes, please see the issue leader,
<>. Submission
guidelines are available at

The address for editorial correspondence is <[log in to unmask]>.


Daniel Paul O'Donnell, PhD
Associate Professor of English
University of Lethbridge
Lethbridge AB T1K 3M4
Tel. (403) 329-2377
Fax. (403) 382-7191
E-mail <[log in to unmask]>
Home Page <>
The Digital Medievalist Project: <>