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OCLC: Digitization and the Humanities (Read 2689 times)
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OCLC: Digitization and the Humanities
25.06.2008 at 10:33:39
 
Though not specifically dedicated to teaching on intellectual history or teaching on the Renaissance, let alone to teaching on Renaissance intellectual history: part of the papers read at an OCLC/RLG Digitization and the Humanities: Impact on Libraries and Special Collections Symposium might be of interest to those of us who do teach on Renaissance intellectual history.
 
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