Thanks!! Re: [OS X TeX] plea for help with TeX bibliographic databases: the humanities, and unicode

Roger Hart rhart at
Wed Apr 20 14:27:08 EDT 2005

I'd just like to quickly thank everyone who so generously offered 
suggestions on bibliographies for the humanities.

After spending quite a bit of time looking at the various options, it 
seems to me that probably the best solution -- again for humanities 
publications using multiple languages and so requiring unicode -- is 
the combination of Bookends, BibDesk, jurabib, and XeTeX.

At present, I will, unfortunately, probably have to continue to work 
with EndNote, natbib, and LaTeX, until I have time for all the 
necessary conversions and upgrades.

But I very sincerely appreciate all the advice! Now I have an idea 
where I'm eventually going ...




Roger Hart
Assistant Professor, Departments of History and Asian Studies
University of Texas at Austin

office: Room 405, Garrison Hall
office phone: 512-475-7258
department fax: 512-475-7222
email: rhart at


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