File /Humanist.vol22.txt, message 101


Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 08:37:39 +0100
From: "Humanist Discussion Group \(by way of Willard McCarty              <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk>\)" <willard-AT-LISTS.VILLAGE.VIRGINIA.EDU>
Subject: 22.099 events: Editing the author; Upgrading the eLibrary
To: <humanist-AT-Princeton.EDU>


                Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 22, No. 99.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
  www.kcl.ac.uk/schools/humanities/cch/research/publications/humanist.html
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                     Submit to: humanist-AT-princeton.edu

   [1]   From:    Domenico Fiormonte <MC9809-AT-MCLINK.IT>               (51)
         Subject: Editing the author (in Valencia)

   [2]   From:    Wolfram Horstmann <wolfram.horstmann-AT-GMAIL.COM>     (50)
         Subject: 9th International Bielefeld Conference 2009 -- 1st
                 announcement


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         Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 08:33:43 +0100
         From: Domenico Fiormonte <MC9809-AT-MCLINK.IT>
         Subject: Editing the author (in Valencia)

Dear all,

I thought this seminar in Valencia (Spain) could 
be of interest for members of this list.
The seminar dates are July 14-16, and I’ve summarized the programme below.
Further information on the event can be found on the UIMP web page:
http://www.uimp.es/uimp/home/homeUIMPdina.php?jcj=ACADEMICAS_VALENCIA&juj=2001&jpj=sede=70


All the best

Domenico Fiormonte
p.s. And BTW, number 4 of the international 
journal “Ecdotica” is out! This number is 
particularly rich and engaging, with articles by 
David Parker, Neil Harris, Alberto Sebastiani, 
Daniel Ferrer, Giorgio Forni, Marco Veglia, Hans 
Walter Gabler, Francesco Benozzo, and many others.
Full table of contents available here:
http://ecdotica.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=57&Itemid=120

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SEMINAR “EDITANDO EL AUTOR”
El escritor en la sociedad de la comunicación
Valencia 14-16 July 2008

Organized by Pura Fernández and Javier Lluch 
Prats (CSIC ­ Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas)

Speakers & Participants

Monday 14

Luis Suñén,  “Editar hoy o sombra de lo que fuimos”

Rafael Chirbes, “El mundo desde la mesa del escritor”

Rosa María de Couto Gálvez, “¿Cómo protege la 
normativa internacional, comunitaria y española los Derechos de Autor?”


Round table: “El autor editado”
Participants: Jordi Gracia García, Joaquín 
Rodríguez, Martinus Steenmeijer. Moderator:
Facundo Tomás

Tuesday 15

Joaquín Rodríguez, “Las guerras de Harry Potter o 
la lucha entre el concepto clásico de autoría y 
la generación colectiva de nuevos contenidos”

Joaquín Leguina Herrán, “¿Quién controla a los controladores?”


Round table: “Editar en la sociedad de la comunicación”
Natalia Briones Beneit, Federico Ibáñez, Luis Suñén
Moderator: María del Carmen Simón Palmer

Pura Fernández, Javier Lluch Prats
1. “El autor "autorizado" o cómo se legitiman autoridades”
2. “El respeto a la voluntad "última" de un autor”

Domenico Fiormonte, “Obra y autor en la era digital”

Martinus Steenmeijer, “Periferia y "bestsellers": 
la literatura española contemporánea en la república mundial de las letras”

Esther Tusquets, “Grandezas y miserias de la relación autor-editor”

Joan Oleza, “El escritor ante, bajo, cabe, con, 
contra, desde la escritura: efectos de la era de la información”

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         Date: Thu, 03 Jul 2008 08:34:27 +0100
         From: Wolfram Horstmann <wolfram.horstmann-AT-GMAIL.COM>
         Subject: 9th International Bielefeld 
Conference 2009 -- 1st announcement

First Announcement
Apologies for cross-posting

9th International Bielefeld Conference 2009
http://conference.ub.uni-bielefeld.de/
3 - 5 February 2009 in Bielefeld, Germany

*** Upgrading the eLibrary
Enhanced Information Services Driven by Technology and Economics ***

Three decades of databases, two decades of electronic articles and one
decade of open access have resulted in an avalanche of digital scholarly
information services. At the moment we observe a metamorphosis from the
electronic library to an enhanced library, meeting also the emerging demands
of eScience and eLearning. Progress in technology, new concepts of knowledge
networking, but also economic issues are the driving forces for upgrading
the eLibrary, all of them opening up both a world of new opportunities and
of new constraints for progressing enhanced scholarly information services.

The International Bielefeld Conference 2009 provides insights in the future
of eLibraries, based on the threefold interdependency of service,
technology, and economics. The Bielefeld Conferences provide a forum for
internationally renowned and trendsetting speakers to stimulate strategic
discussions among scholars, information specialists, publishers, library
managers and patrons from all over Europe and beyond.


Among the speakers in 2009:
__________

Mario Campolargo
(European Commission, Information Society and Media DG)

Wendy Pradt Lougee
(University of Minnesota, University Librarian)

Sijbolt J. Noorda
(European University Association, Open Access Working Group)

Herbert Van de Sompel
(Los Alamos National Laboratory)


Programmatic Topics
__________

* Information- and eScience-Infrastructure
* Library Services for eLearning
* Novel Publishing Paradigms
* Impacts of Web 2.0 for Library Services
* Search Engines and Text-Mining
* Metrics in Scholarship and Libraries
* Cost Models for Scholarly Information
* Enhanced Publications
* Personalizing Library Services

Programme Committee
__________

Hans Geleijnse, Director of Library and IT-Services & Chief Information
Officer, University of Tilburg

Michael Höppner, Director of Bielefeld University Library

Wolfram Horstmann, Chief Information Officer Scholarly Information,
Bielefeld University Library

Norbert Lossau, Director of State and University Library, Göttingen

Ronald Milne, Director of Scholarship and Collections, The British Library

   

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