Volume 20, Number 1, March 2005 Editorial
: Living with Google: Perspectives on Humanities Computing and Digital Libraries: Busa Award Lecture, June 2004.
: Computational Contributions to the Humanities.
: Reading the Readers: Modelling Complex Humanities Processes to Build Cognitive Systems.
: What's in a Name? Contextualizing the Document Concept.
: The Application of a Geographical Information System to the Creation of a Cultural Heritage Digital Resource.
: Documents and Data: Modelling Materials for Humanities Research in XML and Relational Databases.
Volume 20, Number 2, June 2005 Articles
: Talking About Violence: Clustered Participles in the Speeches of Lysias.
: Review: Relationships in the Organization of Knowledge.
: Review: Windows and Mirrors: Interaction Design, Digital Art, and the Myth of Transparency.
Maria Ines Cordeiro
: Review: Information Architecture: Designing Information Environments for Purpose.
Fiona M. Douglas
: Review: Language Change in English Newspaper Editorials.
Volume 20, Number 3, September 2005 Editorial
: Towards a Standard of Encoding Medieval Charters with XML.
: Teaching, Learning and Research in Final Year Humanities Computing Student Projects.
: 'VR "Montmartre in the Jazz Age" ': The Problematics of Virtual Reality in Researching and Teaching Multicultural History.
: E-Journal Proliferation in Emerging Economies: The Case of Latin America.
: The Role of the Professional Intermediary in Expanding the Humanities Computing Base.
Volume 20, Number 4, November 2005 Editorial
: Systematic Approaches to Long Term Digital Collection Management.
: Original, Authentic, Copy: Conceptual Issues in Digital Texts.
: Text-encoding, Theories of the Text, and the 'Work-Site'.
: Who wrote Shamela? Verifying the Authorship of a Parodic Text.
: Planning an Online Encyclopedia of a Nation: The Example of Te Ara, the Encyclopedia of New Zealand.