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Date:         Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:45:41 +0100
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Subject: 22.126 calls for papers: philosophy & engineering; Ecdotica
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               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 22, No. 126.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                        www.princeton.edu/humanist/
                     Submit to: humanist-AT-princeton.edu

   [1]   From:    Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk> 42)
         Subject: Philosophy and Engineering - Call for Papers

   [2]   From:    Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk> 40)
         Subject: Ecdotica 4 and a Call for Articles and Reviews


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         Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:39:01 +0100
         From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk>
         Subject: Philosophy and Engineering - Call for Papers

[From Natasha McCarthy <natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk
<mailto:natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>>]


*Second call for papers: philosophy and engineering*
*WPE-2008 *
*WORKSHOP ON PHILOSOPHY AND ENGINEERING *
* *

Following the first successful Workshop on Philosophy and Engineering at
the University of Delft last year, WPE-2008 will be held at The Royal
Academy of Engineering, Carlton House Terrace, London from November
10-12 2008.  This is a multi-disciplinary conference for philosophers,
ethicists and engineers interested in the philosophical and ethical
issues surrounding engineering and technology.

Extended abstracts are now being invited on the following three =C2=91demes=C2=92:
Philosophy, Ethics and Reflections from Practitioners. The deadline for
abstracts is August 18 2008.  The call for papers is available here:
http://www.illigal.uiuc.edu/web/wpe/files/2008/07/wpe-call-for-papers-july11.pdf

Further information is online here:
http://www.illigal.uiuc.edu/web/wpe/about/

For further information, contact Natasha McCarthy on
natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk <mailto:natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk> or
David Goldberg on deg-AT-uiuc.edu <mailto:deg-AT-uiuc.edu>

_____________________________

Dr Natasha McCarthy
Policy Advisor
The Royal Academy of Engineering
3 Carlton House Terrace
London SW1Y 5DG

Tel:         020 7766 0675
Fax:        020 7389 7520
Email:    natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk
<mailto:natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>
Web:       www.raeng.org.uk <http://www.raeng.org.uk/>

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         Date: Fri, 18 Jul 2008 08:40:04 +0100
         From: Willard McCarty <willard.mccarty-AT-mccarty.org.uk>
         Subject: Ecdotica 4 and a Call for Articles and Reviews

[From: The list of the European Society for Textual Scholarship and the
Society for Textual Scholarship <TEXTUALSCHOLARSHIP-AT-JISCMAIL.AC.UK>}

Ecdotica 4 and a Call for Articles and Reviews

The fourth issue of Ecdotica, a journal on Textual Studies edited
jointly by the Dipartimento di Italianistica of the University of
Bolonia and the Centro para la Edici=C3=B3n de los Cl=C3=A1sicos Espa=C3=B1oles, has
just been published. The table of contents of the four numbers issued
so far and further details are shown on http://www.ecdotica.org
(provisional web).

One of Ecdotica's main goals is to find common points and contacts
between the continental traditions and the Angloamerican schools of
Textual Scholarship. Thus, in Ecdotica we have published essays by
Paul Eggert, David C. Greetham, John Lavagnino, David Parker, Peter
Robinson and Peter Shillingsburg, and others by Roger Chartier,
Umberto Eco, Daniel Ferrer, Hans Walter Gabler, Roland Reuss or
Cesare Segre.

In order to keep moving in the same direction, we are wishing to
consider submissions of articles and book reviews. The articles
submitted should always have a broad scope, since they should address
scholars from different fields. We particularly appreciate surveys
and articles on the state of the art on specific issues or areas such
as those that have been recently dealt with in this list or in lectures:

Markup as theory of text
What is the point of book history?
Texts as cultural objects
Earliest photographic facsimiles
Uncovering the Scholarly Edition
Copyright and Scholarship
Evidence of Reading, Reading the Evidence

We are prepared to consider the publication in Italian or Spanish of
updated versions of outstanding essays originally written in English.
We also appreciate books which are worth reviewing.
Please send contributions and proposals to:

Francisco Rico

ilfhf-AT-telefonica.net
c/c to:
ecdotica.dipital-AT-unibo.it.


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Subject: 21.195 events: philosophy of engineering; book history
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              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 21, No. 195.
      Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    "Natasha McCarthy" <natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>  (22)
        Subject: Philosophy of engineering: engineering and metaphysics
                (3 Sept)

  [2]   From:    "Natasha McCarthy" <natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>  (31)
        Subject: Call for Papers - philosophy of engineering

  [3]   From:    Wim Van Mierlo <Wim.Van-Mierlo-AT-SAS.AC.UK>           (34)
        Subject: CFP BHRN Study Day


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        Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2007 08:46:00 +0100
        From: "Natasha McCarthy" <natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>
        Subject: Philosophy of engineering: engineering and metaphysics (3 Sept)

Dear all

The details of the next philosophy of engineering seminar, on 
engineering and metaphysics, are now available on the flyer here:

<http://www.raeng.org.uk/events/pdf/Engineering_Metaphysics_flyer.pdf>http://www.raeng.org.uk/events/pdf/Engineering_Metaphysics_flyer.pdf

The seminar will explore a number of metaphysical issues concerning 
the nature of engineering, and the application of philosophical 
metaphysics to engineering practice.  This should be a very 
interesting meeting covering highly novel topics, with plenty of time 
for discussion.

If you would like to attend, please contact Sylvia Hearn using the 
details on the flyer.

Kind regards,

Natasha

_______________________________

Dr Natasha McCarthy
Policy Advisor
The Royal Academy of Engineering
29 Great Peter Street
London SW1P 3LW

Tel:         020 7227 0575
Fax:        020 7227 7620
Email:    <mailto:natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk
Web:       <http://www.raeng.org.uk>www.raeng.org.uk 

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        Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2007 08:50:45 +0100
        From: "Natasha McCarthy" <natasha.mccarthy-AT-raeng.org.uk>
        Subject: Call for Papers - philosophy of engineering

Final Call for Papers WPE-2007

2007 Workshop on Philosophy & Engineering

Delft University of Technology (TUDelft), The Netherlands October 
29-31, 2007 (Monday-Wednesday) http://www-illigal.ge.uiuc.edu/wpe

Workshop Theme: Engineering Meets Philosophy, and Philosophy Meets Engineering

On October 19, 2006 a working group on Philosophy and Engineering was 
convened at MIT to discuss the need for greater interaction between 
philosophers and engineers. The result was an agreement to move 
forward with a workshop to encourage reflection on engineering, 
engineers, and technology by philosophers and engineers.

The first Workshop on Philosophy & Engineering (WPE-2007) will be 
held in the Department of Philosophy, TUDelft, 29-31 October 2007 
(Monday-Wednesday). Sessions will include talks by invited and 
selected speakers as well as a number of panels & special events.

Extended abstracts (1-2 pages) are invited for submission in one of 
three tracks or demes:

--Philosophy (Deme chair: Carl Mitcham)

-- Philosophical Reflections of Practitioners (Deme chair: Billy V. Koen)

-- Ethics (Deme co-chairs: Michael Davis & P. Aarne Vesilind)

Submissions will be reviewed by the workshop committee. Those 
accepted for presentation at the workshop will be scheduled for 
30-minutes talks (inclusive of Q&A) at the workshop. All accepted 
abstracts will published online on the workshop website 
(http://www-illigal.ge.uiuc.edu/wpe), and a printed volume will be 
assembled following the workshop in conjunction with a major publisher.

Instructions: Extended abstracts should be submitted (in doc or pdf 
format) by 17 August 2007 to deg-AT-uiuc.edu. Use ACM style files (see 
http://www.acm.org/sigs/pubs/proceed/template.html) in preparing 
manuscripts, and indicate choice of track/deme (philosophy, 
reflections, or ethics) in e-mail title line. Notification of 
acceptance will be sent by 17 September 2007. Confirmed Invited 
Speakers: Louis L. Bucciarelli, Jun Fudano, Alastair Gunn, Natasha McCarthy 

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        Date: Sat, 04 Aug 2007 08:53:31 +0100
        From: Wim Van Mierlo <Wim.Van-Mierlo-AT-SAS.AC.UK>
        Subject: CFP BHRN Study Day

Book History Research Network Study Day

Friday, 26th October 2007 Institute of English Studies, University of
London

Call for papers

Rethinking the Book: Between Text and Para-Text

In their Introduction to A Companion to the History of the Book, Simon
Eliot and Jonathan Rose write that while "literary critics and theorists
feel able to talk about a text as though it were some disembodied
entity, for the book historian the text always takes an embodied form".
The aims and objectives of criticism, exegesis and the history of ideas,
on the one hand, and book history and historical bibliography on the
other are not simply different. As tools for human communication, books
carry meaning through their "text" as much as through their physical
form, and the interaction between the two is the focus of this study. We
invite scholars working on book history to look more deeply into how
this interaction works. Topics that could be considered are physical
form (mise-en-page, typography, format, paper type) and meaning, the
relationship between history of the book and textual editing, "material"
reception/reputation history, the sociology of the text and the idea of
influence/intertextuality, para-text and the material book, the genetic
text and the "biography" of an oeuvre, illustrations and dust jackets.

Note that we welcome abstracts on any Book History related topic.

Please send your proposal (200-300 words) to Christine Lees
(Christine.Lees-AT-sas.ac.uk) and Wim Van Mierlo (Wim.Van-Mierlo-AT-sas.ac.uk)
before 15 September 2007.


This study day is free and open to postgraduates, academics and 
independent scholars with an interest in the History of the Book.

(Dr) Wim Van Mierlo
Institute of English Studies
School of Advanced Study
University of London
Senate House
Malet Street
London WC1E 7HU

http://ies.sas.ac.uk

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              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 21, No. 200.
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        Date: Fri, 03 Aug 2007 06:41:59 +0100
        From: Sean and Karine Lawrence <seanlawrence-AT-writeme.com>
        Subject: EMLS 13.1

To whom it may concern,

The latest issue of Early Modern Literary Studies (12.3) is now 
available online at http://purl.org/emls/emlshome.html

The table of contents follows, below. EMLS invites contributions of 
critical essays on literary topics and of interdisciplinary studies 
which centre on literature and literary culture in English during the 
sixteenth and seventeenth centuries. Contributions, including 
critical essays and studies (which should be accompanied by a 250 
word abstract), bibliographies, notices, letters, and other 
materials, may be submitted to the Editor by email at 
M.Steggle-AT-shu.ac.uk or by regular mail to Dr Matthew Steggle, Early 
Modern Literary Studies, School of Cultural Studies, Sheffield Hallam 
University, Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield, S10 2BP, U.K.

Articles:

"The Golden Man and the Golden Age: The Relationship of English Poets 
and the New World Reconsidered." David McInnis, University of Melbourne.
"The Rumbling Belly Politic: Metaphorical Location and Metaphorical 
Government in Coriolanus." Nate Eastman, Lehigh University.
"Witchcraft, flight and the early modern English stage." Roy Booth, 
Royal Holloway University of London.
"Milton's Titles." John K. Hale, University of Otago.

Reviews:

Sylvia Bowerbank. Speaking for Nature: Women and Ecologies of Early 
Modern England. Baltimore and London: The Johns Hopkins UP, 2004. [5] 
Valerija Vendramin, Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia.
Steve Mentz. Romance for Sale in Early Modern England: The Rise of 
Prose Fiction. Ashgate, 2006. [6] Claire Jowitt, Nottingham Trent University.
Sonia Massai, ed. World-wide Shakespeares: Local Appropriations in 
Film and Performance. London and New York, Routledge, 2005. [7] 
Daniel Cadman, Sheffield Hallam University.
Jean-Christophe Mayer. Shakespeare's Hybrid Faith: History, Religion 
and the Stage. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006. [8] Katherine 
Wilkinson, Sheffield Hallam University.
Andrew Murphy. Shakespeare in Print: A History and Chronology. 
Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2003. [9] Tom Rooney, Central European University.
Adam Smyth. "Profit and Delight": Printed Miscellanies in England, 
1640-1682. Detroit: Wayne State UP, 2004. [10] Gillian Wright, 
University of Birmingham.
Katharine Wilson. Fictions of Authorship in Late Elizabethan 
Narratives: Euphues in Arcadia. Oxford: Clarendon, 2006. [11] Steve 
Mentz, St. John's University.


Theatre Reviews:

The Shakespeare Summer, 2007. [12] Neil Forsyth, University of Lausanne.

Notice:

EMLS prize, 2006.

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Subject: 21.307 events: CICLing 2008; ISKO; AVROSS; DH2008
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              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 21, No. 307.
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  [1]   From:    "Alexander Gelbukh (CICLing-2008)"                  (11)
                <cfp2008b-AT-cicling.org>
        Subject: CFP: CICLing-2008: NLP & Computational Linguistics,
                Springer LNCS: reminder

  [2]   From:    Marc <klists-AT-saphor.de>                             (59)
        Subject: German section of the International Society of
                Knowledge Organization (ISKO): Call for Papers

  [3]   From:    "Barjak,Franz" <franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch>               (28)
        Subject: Invitation to AVROSS Final Workshop, Brussels,
                November 27, 2007

  [4]   From:    DH2008 <dh2008-AT-digitalhumanities.org>              (158)
        Subject: DH2008: CFP: Digital Humanities 2008, Oulu Finland


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        Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 08:04:19 +0100
        From: "Alexander Gelbukh (CICLing-2008)" <cfp2008b-AT-cicling.org>
        Subject: CFP: CICLing-2008: NLP & Computational Linguistics, Springer LNCS: reminder

Dear colleague,

This is a gentle reminder of the submission deadline for CICLing-2008, 9th
International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational
Linguistics, February 17-23, 2008, Haifa, Israel, www.CICLing.org/2008, in
case you are interested.

Topics: all of NLP and computational linguistics; publication: Springer
LNCS; keynote speakers: Ido Dagan, Eva Hajicova, Alon Lavie, and Kemal
Oflazer; tours: Jerusalem, Nazareth, and more.

Thank you!
Alexander Gelbukh
www.Gelbukh.com




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        Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 08:03:49 +0100
        From: Marc <klists-AT-saphor.de>
        Subject: German section of the International Society of Knowledge Organization (ISKO): Call for Papers


Dear Colleagues,

Please find attached the Call for Papers of the German chapter of the
International Society of Knowledge Organization (ISKO). While this is
not an eHumanities conference in the strict sense, many of its topics
are very pertinent to our field.

Best regards,

Marc K=FCster

--------------------

English Version (abridged):
February 20th through 22nd, 2008, the ISKO conference will take place at
Constance (Germany). The conference is organized by the German chapter
of ISKO, the Library Service Centre Baden-W=FCrttemberg, and the
Department of Information Science at the University of Konstanz.
The general topic is:

Repositories of knowledge in digital spaces
Accessibility, sustainability, semantic interoperability

The following sessions (and special topics) are planned:

a. Ontologies, controlled vocabulary, topic maps, semantic web
Ontologies, classifications, topic maps, and the semantic web seem to
enhance the usefulness and the usability of online knowledge. The
different communities of developers often don't know anything about each
other although there might be chances of fruitful cooperation.
Ontologies and classifications (UDC, DDC) are a instruments of knowlegde
organization and universal views on knowledge structures. Topic maps
offer new and user friendly strategies of retrieval. The semantic web
seems to be split between promise and reality. Successful applications
are therefore of interest.

B. Social tagging
Folksonomies and wikies can be perceived as a way of democratization of
knowledge. Nevertheless the producers of this knowledge control the
structure of knowledge which is a debatable point. Another one is,
whether the sustainability of knowledge can be guaranteed under the
circumstances of an anarchic process of knowledge creation. Political
questions like these are of interest.

C. Platforms of knowledge
There are several platforms and environments, where online knowledge is
used enriching and organizing it for new purposes. Therefore
contributions for some of those platforms such as e-learning,
e-scholarship, e-publishing are welcome.

D. Applications and projects
Developers of new applications and services are invited to share their
knowledge with the participants of the conference. European projects
like MINERVA, the European Digital Library etc. try to offer digitized
knowledge and are good examples of the development into the direction of
global stores of knowledge.

All those interested in the above mentioned topics or those running
relevant projects are invited to participate in and contribute to the
conference. English contributions as well as talks or session proposals
in other fields of knowledge organization and related matters are also
welcome. Please send a proposal with title, author, address details and
an abstract of up to one page length till

November 30th, 2007
Organizer: Dr. J=F6rn Sieglerschmidt, <joern.sieglerschmidt AT
uni-konstanz.de>.

Members of the program committee are: Gerhard Budin (University of
Vienna), Marc Wilhelm K=FCster (Polytechnic Worms), Rainer Kuhlen
(University of Konstanz), H. Peter Ohly (GESIS/ IZ Social Sciences), Max
Stempfhuber (GESIS/ IZ Social Sciences), and J=F6rn Sieglerschmidt
(Library Service Centre Baden-W=FCrttemberg).




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        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 06:14:08 +0100
        From: "Barjak,Franz" <franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch>
        Subject: Invitation to AVROSS Final Workshop, Brussels, November 27, 2007

Dear colleague,

We would like to invite you to a workshop on policies for increasing 
the use of e-infrastructures in the social sciences and humanities 
taking place with EC representatives in Brussels on November 27th.

The workshop is part of the Accelerating Transition to Virtual 
Research Organisation in Social Science (AVROSS) study, conducted for 
the European Commission under EU Service Contract No. 30-CE-0066163/00-39.

We would appreciate your presence and contributions as an expert in 
the fields of e-Social Science and e-Infrastructures.

The workshop programme and a registration form are available on the 
AVROSS web site: http://www.fhnw.ch/plattformen/avross.

Please confirm attendance by registering through the site (limited 
number of places). If you should not be available for the workshop 
but want to receive information on the project results, please send a 
brief message to franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch.

Yours sincerely

Franz Barjak
AVROSS coordinator

*********************************************
Franz Barjak
School of Business
University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland
Riggenbachstrasse 16
CH-4600 Olten
Switzerland
E-mail: franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch
p. +41 62 287 7825, fax: +41 62 287 7845
*********************************************




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        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 06:15:38 +0100
        From: DH2008 <dh2008-AT-digitalhumanities.org>
        Subject: DH2008: CFP: Digital Humanities 2008, Oulu Finland

Call for Papers
Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations
Digital Humanities 2008


Hosted by the University of Oulu, Finland
25-29 June, 2008
http://www.ekl.oulu.fi/dh2008/


Abstract Deadline: November 18, 2007 (Midnight Universal Time)


Presentations can include:


* Single papers (abstract, min. of 750 words, max. of 1500 words)
* Multiple paper sessions (overview, min. of 750 words, max. of 1500 words)
* Posters (abstract, min. of 750 words, max. of 1500 words)


Call for Papers Announcement


I. General


The international Programme Committee invites submissions of abstracts
of between 750 and 1500 words on any aspect of humanities computing and
the digital humanities, broadly defined to encompass the common ground
between information technology and issues in humanities research and
teaching. As always, we welcome submissions in any area of the
humanities, particularly interdisciplinary work. We especially encourage
submissions on the current state of the art in humanities computing and
the digital humanities, and on recent and expected future developments
in the field.


Suitable subjects for proposals include, for example,


* text analysis, corpora, corpus linguistics, language processing,
   language learning
* creation, delivery and management of humanities digital resources
* collaboration between libraries and scholars in the creation,
   delivery, and management of humanities digital resources
* computer-based research and computing applications in all areas of
   literary, linguistic, cultural, and historical studies, including
   interdisciplinary aspects of modern scholarship
* use of computation in such areas as the arts, architecture, music,
   film, theatre, new media, and other areas reflecting our cultural
   heritage
* research issues such as: information design and modelling; the
   cultural impact of the new media
* the role of digital humanities in academic curricula


Proposals should report significant and substantive results and will
include reference to pertinent work in the field (up to 10 items) as
part of their critical assessment.


The range of topics covered by humanities computing can also be
consulted in the journal of the associations: Literary and Linguistic
Computing (LLC), Oxford University Press.


The deadline for submitting paper, session and poster proposals to the
Programme Committee is November 18, 2007 (midnight Universal Time).
All submissions will be refereed. Presenters will be notified of acceptance
by February by 13, 2008.


The electronic submission form will be available at the conference site
from October 15th, 2007. See below for full details on submitting
proposals.


Proposals for (non-refereed, or vendor) demos and for pre-conference
tutorials and workshops should be discussed directly with the local
conference organizer as soon as possible.


For more information on the conference in general please visit the
conference web site, at http://www.ekl.oulu.fi/dh2008/.


II. Types of Proposals


Proposals to the Programme Committee may be of three types: (1) papers,


(2) poster presentations and/or software demonstrations (poster/demos),
and (3) sessions (either three-paper or panel sessions). The type of
submission must be specified in the proposal.


Proposals to the Programme Committee may be presented in English and
any of the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian,
Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Conference presentations may be in these
languages as well, and the Programme Committee encourages presenters
to consider multilingual presentations (for example, a presentation in one
language with accompanying slides or handouts accommodating speakers
of another language).


1) Papers


Proposals for papers (750-1500 words) should describe original work:


either completed research which has given rise to substantial results,
or the development of significant new methodologies, or rigorous
theoretical, speculative or critical discussions. Individual papers will
be allocated 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions.


Proposals that concentrate on the development of new computing
methodologies should make clear how the methodologies are applied to
research and/or teaching in the humanities, and should include some
critical assessment of the application of those methodologies in the
humanities. Those that concentrate on a particular application in the
humanities should cite traditional as well as computer-based approaches
to the problem and should include some critical assessment of the
computing methodologies used. All proposals should include conclusions
and references to important sources. Those describing the creation or
use of digital resources should follow these guidelines as far as
possible.


2) Poster Presentations and Software Demonstrations (Poster/Demos)


Poster presentations may include computer technology and project
demonstrations. The term poster/demo refers to the different possible
combinations of printed and computer based presentations. The
poster/demo sessions build on the recent trend of showcasing some of
the most important and innovative work being done in humanities computing.
By definition, poster presentations and project demonstrations are less
formal and more interactive than a standard talk. They provide the
opportunity to exchange ideas one-on-one with attendees and to discuss
their work in detail with those most deeply interested in the same
topic. Presenters will be provided with about two square meters of board
space to display their work. They may also provide handouts with
examples or more detailed information. Poster/demos will remain on
display throughout the conference, but there will also be a separate
conference session dedicated to them, when presenters should be prepared
to explain their work and answer questions. Additional times may also be
assigned for software or project demonstrations.


There should be no difference in quality between poster/demo
presentations and papers, and the format for proposals is the same for
both. The same academic standards should apply in both cases, but
posters/demos may be a more suitable way of presenting late-breaking
results, or significant work in progress, including pedagogical
applications. Both will be submitted to the same refereeing process. The
choice between the two modes of presentation (poster/demo or paper)
should depend on the most effective and informative way of communicating
the scientific content of the proposal.


As an acknowledgement of the special contribution of the posters and
demonstrations to the conference, the Programme Committee will award a
prize for the best poster.


3) Sessions


Sessions (90 minutes) take the form of either:


Three papers. The session organizer should submit a 500-word statement
describing the session topic, include abstracts of 750-1500 words for
each paper, and indicate that each author is willing to participate in
the session;


Or


A panel of four to six speakers. The panel organizer should submit an
abstract of 750-1500 words describing the panel topic, how it will be
organized, the names of all the speakers, and an indication that each
speaker is willing to participate in the session.


The deadline for session proposals is the same as for proposals for
papers, i.e. November 18, 2007.


III. Format of the Proposals


All proposals must be submitted electronically using the on-line
submission form, which will be available from October 15th, 2007 at:


https://secure.digitalhumanities.org/conftool/


Those who registered as authors, reviewers or participants at the DH2007
conference are kindly asked to log on to their existing account (the one
used for the DH2007 conference) rather than making up a new account.


IV. Bursaries for Young Scholars


A limited number of bursaries for young scholars will be made available
to those presenting at the conference. If you wish to be considered for
a bursary, please refer to information about the bursary schemes
available from the Association for Computing in the Humanities
(http://www.ach.org/ach_bursary/) and the Association for Literary and
Linguistic Computing (_http://www.allc.org/awards/bursary.htm_).


Applications may be made to either the ACH or the ALLC, but not both
organizations.


V. International Programme Committee


Jean Anderson (ALLC - University of Glasgow)
John Nerbonne(ALLC - University of Groningen)
Espen S. Ore (ALLC - National Library of Norway, Chair)
Stephen Ramsay (ACH - University of Nebraska)
Thomas Rommel (ALLC - Jacobs University Bremen)
Susan Schreibman (ACH - University of Maryland)
Paul Spence (ALLC - Kings College London)
Melissa Terras (ACH - University College London)
Claire Warwick (ACH - University College London, Vice Chair)
Espen S. Ore       Lisa Lena Opas-Hanninen


Programme Chair    Local Organizer
espen.ore_at_nb.no lisa.lena.opas-hanninen_at_oulu.fi


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  [1]   From:    "Alexander Gelbukh (CICLing-2008)"                  (11)
                <cfp2008b-AT-cicling.org>
        Subject: CFP: CICLing-2008: NLP & Computational Linguistics,
                Springer LNCS: reminder

  [2]   From:    Marc <klists-AT-saphor.de>                             (59)
        Subject: German section of the International Society of
                Knowledge Organization (ISKO): Call for Papers

  [3]   From:    "Barjak,Franz" <franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch>               (28)
        Subject: Invitation to AVROSS Final Workshop, Brussels,
                November 27, 2007

  [4]   From:    DH2008 <dh2008-AT-digitalhumanities.org>              (158)
        Subject: DH2008: CFP: Digital Humanities 2008, Oulu Finland


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        Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 08:04:19 +0100
        From: "Alexander Gelbukh (CICLing-2008)" <cfp2008b-AT-cicling.org>
        Subject: CFP: CICLing-2008: NLP & Computational Linguistics, Springer LNCS: reminder

Dear colleague,

This is a gentle reminder of the submission deadline for CICLing-2008, 9th
International Conference on Intelligent Text Processing and Computational
Linguistics, February 17-23, 2008, Haifa, Israel, www.CICLing.org/2008, in
case you are interested.

Topics: all of NLP and computational linguistics; publication: Springer
LNCS; keynote speakers: Ido Dagan, Eva Hajicova, Alon Lavie, and Kemal
Oflazer; tours: Jerusalem, Nazareth, and more.

Thank you!
Alexander Gelbukh
www.Gelbukh.com




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        Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 08:03:49 +0100
        From: Marc <klists-AT-saphor.de>
        Subject: German section of the International Society of Knowledge Organization (ISKO): Call for Papers


Dear Colleagues,

Please find attached the Call for Papers of the German chapter of the
International Society of Knowledge Organization (ISKO). While this is
not an eHumanities conference in the strict sense, many of its topics
are very pertinent to our field.

Best regards,

Marc K=FCster

--------------------

English Version (abridged):
February 20th through 22nd, 2008, the ISKO conference will take place at
Constance (Germany). The conference is organized by the German chapter
of ISKO, the Library Service Centre Baden-W=FCrttemberg, and the
Department of Information Science at the University of Konstanz.
The general topic is:

Repositories of knowledge in digital spaces
Accessibility, sustainability, semantic interoperability

The following sessions (and special topics) are planned:

a. Ontologies, controlled vocabulary, topic maps, semantic web
Ontologies, classifications, topic maps, and the semantic web seem to
enhance the usefulness and the usability of online knowledge. The
different communities of developers often don't know anything about each
other although there might be chances of fruitful cooperation.
Ontologies and classifications (UDC, DDC) are a instruments of knowlegde
organization and universal views on knowledge structures. Topic maps
offer new and user friendly strategies of retrieval. The semantic web
seems to be split between promise and reality. Successful applications
are therefore of interest.

B. Social tagging
Folksonomies and wikies can be perceived as a way of democratization of
knowledge. Nevertheless the producers of this knowledge control the
structure of knowledge which is a debatable point. Another one is,
whether the sustainability of knowledge can be guaranteed under the
circumstances of an anarchic process of knowledge creation. Political
questions like these are of interest.

C. Platforms of knowledge
There are several platforms and environments, where online knowledge is
used enriching and organizing it for new purposes. Therefore
contributions for some of those platforms such as e-learning,
e-scholarship, e-publishing are welcome.

D. Applications and projects
Developers of new applications and services are invited to share their
knowledge with the participants of the conference. European projects
like MINERVA, the European Digital Library etc. try to offer digitized
knowledge and are good examples of the development into the direction of
global stores of knowledge.

All those interested in the above mentioned topics or those running
relevant projects are invited to participate in and contribute to the
conference. English contributions as well as talks or session proposals
in other fields of knowledge organization and related matters are also
welcome. Please send a proposal with title, author, address details and
an abstract of up to one page length till

November 30th, 2007
Organizer: Dr. J=F6rn Sieglerschmidt, <joern.sieglerschmidt AT
uni-konstanz.de>.

Members of the program committee are: Gerhard Budin (University of
Vienna), Marc Wilhelm K=FCster (Polytechnic Worms), Rainer Kuhlen
(University of Konstanz), H. Peter Ohly (GESIS/ IZ Social Sciences), Max
Stempfhuber (GESIS/ IZ Social Sciences), and J=F6rn Sieglerschmidt
(Library Service Centre Baden-W=FCrttemberg).




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        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 06:14:08 +0100
        From: "Barjak,Franz" <franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch>
        Subject: Invitation to AVROSS Final Workshop, Brussels, November 27, 2007

Dear colleague,

We would like to invite you to a workshop on policies for increasing 
the use of e-infrastructures in the social sciences and humanities 
taking place with EC representatives in Brussels on November 27th.

The workshop is part of the Accelerating Transition to Virtual 
Research Organisation in Social Science (AVROSS) study, conducted for 
the European Commission under EU Service Contract No. 30-CE-0066163/00-39.

We would appreciate your presence and contributions as an expert in 
the fields of e-Social Science and e-Infrastructures.

The workshop programme and a registration form are available on the 
AVROSS web site: http://www.fhnw.ch/plattformen/avross.

Please confirm attendance by registering through the site (limited 
number of places). If you should not be available for the workshop 
but want to receive information on the project results, please send a 
brief message to franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch.

Yours sincerely

Franz Barjak
AVROSS coordinator

*********************************************
Franz Barjak
School of Business
University of Applied Sciences Northwestern Switzerland
Riggenbachstrasse 16
CH-4600 Olten
Switzerland
E-mail: franz.barjak-AT-fhnw.ch
p. +41 62 287 7825, fax: +41 62 287 7845
*********************************************




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        Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 06:15:38 +0100
        From: DH2008 <dh2008-AT-digitalhumanities.org>
        Subject: DH2008: CFP: Digital Humanities 2008, Oulu Finland

Call for Papers
Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations
Digital Humanities 2008


Hosted by the University of Oulu, Finland
25-29 June, 2008
http://www.ekl.oulu.fi/dh2008/


Abstract Deadline: November 18, 2007 (Midnight Universal Time)


Presentations can include:


* Single papers (abstract, min. of 750 words, max. of 1500 words)
* Multiple paper sessions (overview, min. of 750 words, max. of 1500 words)
* Posters (abstract, min. of 750 words, max. of 1500 words)


Call for Papers Announcement


I. General


The international Programme Committee invites submissions of abstracts
of between 750 and 1500 words on any aspect of humanities computing and
the digital humanities, broadly defined to encompass the common ground
between information technology and issues in humanities research and
teaching. As always, we welcome submissions in any area of the
humanities, particularly interdisciplinary work. We especially encourage
submissions on the current state of the art in humanities computing and
the digital humanities, and on recent and expected future developments
in the field.


Suitable subjects for proposals include, for example,


* text analysis, corpora, corpus linguistics, language processing,
   language learning
* creation, delivery and management of humanities digital resources
* collaboration between libraries and scholars in the creation,
   delivery, and management of humanities digital resources
* computer-based research and computing applications in all areas of
   literary, linguistic, cultural, and historical studies, including
   interdisciplinary aspects of modern scholarship
* use of computation in such areas as the arts, architecture, music,
   film, theatre, new media, and other areas reflecting our cultural
   heritage
* research issues such as: information design and modelling; the
   cultural impact of the new media
* the role of digital humanities in academic curricula


Proposals should report significant and substantive results and will
include reference to pertinent work in the field (up to 10 items) as
part of their critical assessment.


The range of topics covered by humanities computing can also be
consulted in the journal of the associations: Literary and Linguistic
Computing (LLC), Oxford University Press.


The deadline for submitting paper, session and poster proposals to the
Programme Committee is November 18, 2007 (midnight Universal Time).
All submissions will be refereed. Presenters will be notified of acceptance
by February by 13, 2008.


The electronic submission form will be available at the conference site
from October 15th, 2007. See below for full details on submitting
proposals.


Proposals for (non-refereed, or vendor) demos and for pre-conference
tutorials and workshops should be discussed directly with the local
conference organizer as soon as possible.


For more information on the conference in general please visit the
conference web site, at http://www.ekl.oulu.fi/dh2008/.


II. Types of Proposals


Proposals to the Programme Committee may be of three types: (1) papers,


(2) poster presentations and/or software demonstrations (poster/demos),
and (3) sessions (either three-paper or panel sessions). The type of
submission must be specified in the proposal.


Proposals to the Programme Committee may be presented in English and
any of the following languages: Arabic, Chinese, French, German, Italian,
Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Conference presentations may be in these
languages as well, and the Programme Committee encourages presenters
to consider multilingual presentations (for example, a presentation in one
language with accompanying slides or handouts accommodating speakers
of another language).


1) Papers


Proposals for papers (750-1500 words) should describe original work:


either completed research which has given rise to substantial results,
or the development of significant new methodologies, or rigorous
theoretical, speculative or critical discussions. Individual papers will
be allocated 20 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for questions.


Proposals that concentrate on the development of new computing
methodologies should make clear how the methodologies are applied to
research and/or teaching in the humanities, and should include some
critical assessment of the application of those methodologies in the
humanities. Those that concentrate on a particular application in the
humanities should cite traditional as well as computer-based approaches
to the problem and should include some critical assessment of the
computing methodologies used. All proposals should include conclusions
and references to important sources. Those describing the creation or
use of digital resources should follow these guidelines as far as
possible.


2) Poster Presentations and Software Demonstrations (Poster/Demos)


Poster presentations may include computer technology and project
demonstrations. The term poster/demo refers to the different possible
combinations of printed and computer based presentations. The
poster/demo sessions build on the recent trend of showcasing some of
the most important and innovative work being done in humanities computing.
By definition, poster presentations and project demonstrations are less
formal and more interactive than a standard talk. They provide the
opportunity to exchange ideas one-on-one with attendees and to discuss
their work in detail with those most deeply interested in the same
topic. Presenters will be provided with about two square meters of board
space to display their work. They may also provide handouts with
examples or more detailed information. Poster/demos will remain on
display throughout the conference, but there will also be a separate
conference session dedicated to them, when presenters should be prepared
to explain their work and answer questions. Additional times may also be
assigned for software or project demonstrations.


There should be no difference in quality between poster/demo
presentations and papers, and the format for proposals is the same for
both. The same academic standards should apply in both cases, but
posters/demos may be a more suitable way of presenting late-breaking
results, or significant work in progress, including pedagogical
applications. Both will be submitted to the same refereeing process. The
choice between the two modes of presentation (poster/demo or paper)
should depend on the most effective and informative way of communicating
the scientific content of the proposal.


As an acknowledgement of the special contribution of the posters and
demonstrations to the conference, the Programme Committee will award a
prize for the best poster.


3) Sessions


Sessions (90 minutes) take the form of either:


Three papers. The session organizer should submit a 500-word statement
describing the session topic, include abstracts of 750-1500 words for
each paper, and indicate that each author is willing to participate in
the session;


Or


A panel of four to six speakers. The panel organizer should submit an
abstract of 750-1500 words describing the panel topic, how it will be
organized, the names of all the speakers, and an indication that each
speaker is willing to participate in the session.


The deadline for session proposals is the same as for proposals for
papers, i.e. November 18, 2007.


III. Format of the Proposals


All proposals must be submitted electronically using the on-line
submission form, which will be available from October 15th, 2007 at:


https://secure.digitalhumanities.org/conftool/


Those who registered as authors, reviewers or participants at the DH2007
conference are kindly asked to log on to their existing account (the one
used for the DH2007 conference) rather than making up a new account.


IV. Bursaries for Young Scholars


A limited number of bursaries for young scholars will be made available
to those presenting at the conference. If you wish to be considered for
a bursary, please refer to information about the bursary schemes
available from the Association for Computing in the Humanities
(http://www.ach.org/ach_bursary/) and the Association for Literary and
Linguistic Computing (_http://www.allc.org/awards/bursary.htm_).


Applications may be made to either the ACH or the ALLC, but not both
organizations.


V. International Programme Committee


Jean Anderson (ALLC - University of Glasgow)
John Nerbonne(ALLC - University of Groningen)
Espen S. Ore (ALLC - National Library of Norway, Chair)
Stephen Ramsay (ACH - University of Nebraska)
Thomas Rommel (ALLC - Jacobs University Bremen)
Susan Schreibman (ACH - University of Maryland)
Paul Spence (ALLC - Kings College London)
Melissa Terras (ACH - University College London)
Claire Warwick (ACH - University College London, Vice Chair)
Espen S. Ore       Lisa Lena Opas-Hanninen


Programme Chair    Local Organizer
espen.ore_at_nb.no lisa.lena.opas-hanninen_at_oulu.fi


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      Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Sun, 30 Mar 2008 10:18:46 +0100
        From: "Anna Bentkowska" <anna.bentkowska-AT-kcl.ac.uk>
        Subject: 3DVisA Bulletin Issue 4, March 2008


--- Apologies for cross-posting ---

3DVisA Bulletin Issue 4, March 2008

Published by the JISC 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network (3DVisA)
Edited by Anna Bentkowska-Kafel

is available at http://3dvisa.cch.kcl.ac.uk/bulletin.html


Featured 3D Method:

3D LASER SCANNING IN 3D DOCUMENTATION AND DIGITAL RECONSTRUCTION OF CULTURAL
HERITAGE by Annemarie La Pens=E9e, Conservation Technologies, National Museums
Liverpool, UK

Featured 3D Project:

RUTOPIA 2. DEVELOPMENT OF A VIRTUAL REALITY ARTWORK by Daria Tsoupikova,
Electronic Visualization Laboratory, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA

Featured 3D Resource:

SOUTHAMPTON IN 1454: A THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODEL OF THE MEDIEVAL TOWN by Matt
Jones, winner of the 3DVisA STUDENT AWARD 2007

3DVisA Discussion Forum:

COMPUTER NON-REALITY: FOR TRUE BELIEVERS ONLY! Michael Greenhalgh responds
to Daniela Sirbu
MISREADING VIRTUAL REALITY Hilary Canavan responds to Hanna
Buczynska-Garewicz


ISSN 1751-8962 (Print)
ISSN 1751-8970 (Online)


_______________________
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JISC 3D Visualisation in the Arts Network (3DVisA)
Centre for Computing in the Humanities
King's College London
26-29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL

Tel: +44(0)20 7848 1421

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        Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 06:51:55 +0100
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        Subject: Interdisciplinary Science Reviews vol. 33 no. 1 (March 2008)

Guest Editorial
Procoli, Angela; Rochet, Francois
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The climate in Burgundy and elsewhere, from the fourteenth to the 
twentieth century
Ladurie, Emmanuel Le Roy; Daux, Valerie
10-24(15)

 From atmosphere, to climate, to Earth system science
Paillard, Didier
25-35(11)

Climate change: scenarios and integrated modelling
Armatte, Michel
37-50(14)

Climate modelling for policy-making: how to represent freedom of 
choice and concern for future generations?
Godard, Olivier
51-69(19)

Climate expertise: between scientific credibility and geopolitical imperatives
Dahan-Dalmedico, Amy
71-81(11)

Towards a global climate observing system
Fellous, Jean-Louis
83-94(12)

Enhancing citizen contributions to biodiversity science and public policy
Couvet, D.; Jiguet, F.; Julliard, R.; Levrel, H.; Teyssedre, A.
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