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Computing Conferences: Calls for Papers
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 2, No. 171. Monday, 17 Jun 1991.
 
(1)	Date: 	Mon, 17 Jun 1991 09:16:00 -0400
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	Subj:  	ALLC/ACH 92 Conference
 
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	Subj:   Computers and Language Conference
 
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Date: 		Mon, 17 Jun 1991 09:16:00 -0400
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Subject:  	ALLC/ACH 92 Conference
 
          ASSOCIATION FOR LITERARY AND LINGUISTIC COMPUTING
            ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 
                  1992 JOINT CONFERENCE  ALLC-ACH92
 
                        5-9 April 1992
                  Christ Church, Oxford, England
 
                       CALL FOR PAPERS
 
This conference is the major annual forum for literary, linguistic and
humanities computing. Its focus is on the development of new computing
methodologies for research and teaching in the humanities, on the development
of significant new materials and tools for humanities research, and on the
application and evaluation of computing techniques in humanities
subjects.
 
TOPICS: Submissions are invited on all areas of literary, linguistic and
humanities computing, including, but not limited to: text encoding;
hypertext; text corpora; computational lexicography; statistical models;
syntactic, semantic and other forms of text analysis; also computer
applications in history, philosophy, music and other humanities disciplines.
The deadline for submissions is 1 OCTOBER 1991.
 
Electronic submissions are strongly encouraged. Please pay particular
attention to the format given below. Submissions which do not conform to
this format will be returned to the authors for reformatting, or may not
be considered if they arrive very close to the deadline.
 
REQUIREMENTS: Proposals should describe substantial and original work.
Those which 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 which concentrate on a particular application
in the humanities (e.g. a study of the style of an author) 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 previous related work.
 
INDIVIDUAL PAPERS: Abstracts for individual papers should be 1500-2000
words in length. Thirty minutes will normally be allowed for the
presentation of each paper including questions.
 
SESSIONS: Proposals for sessions (90 minutes) are also invited. These
should take the form of either:
 
(a) Three papers. The proposer of the session should submit a statement
of approximately 500 words describing the topic of the session.
Abstracts of 1000-1500 words should be submitted for each of the
papers, together with an indication that the author of each paper is
willing to participate in the session.
 
or
 
(b) A panel of up to 6 speakers. The proposer of the panel should submit
an abstract of 1500 words describing the topic of the panel and how it
will be organized, together with the names of all the speakers, and an
indication that each of the speakers is willing to participate in the
session.
 
 
FORMAT OF SUBMISSIONS
 
All submissions should begin with the following information:
 
TITLE: title of paper
AUTHOR(S): names of authors
AFFILIATION: of author(s)
CONTACT ADDRESS: full postal address
E-MAIL: electronic mail address of main author (for contact), followed by
        other authors (if any)
FAX NUMBER: of main author
PHONE NUMBER: of main author
 
(1) Electronic submissions
 
These should be plain ASCII files, not wordprocessor files, and should
not contain TAB characters or soft hyphens. Paragraphs should be
separated  by blank lines. Headings and subheadings should be on
separate lines and be numbered. Footnotes should not be included and
endnotes only where absolutely necessary. References should be given at
the end. Choose a simple markup scheme for accents and other characters
which cannot be transmitted by electronic mail and include an
explanation of the scheme after the title information and before the
start of the text.
 
Electronic submissions should be sent to 
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subject line "<Author's surname> Submission for ALLCACH92".
 
If diagrams are necessary for the evaluation of electronic submissions,
they should be faxed to 44-865-273275 (international, or 0865-273275
(from within UK) and a note to indicate the presence of diagrams put at
the beginning of the abstract.
 
(2) Paper submissions
 
Submissions should be typed or printed on one side of the paper only,
with ample margins. Six copies should be sent to
 
ALLC-ACH92 (Paper submission)
Centre for Humanities Computing
Oxford University Computing Service
13 Banbury Road
Oxford OX2 6NN
England
 
DEADLINES
 
Proposals for papers and sessions                        1 October 1991
Notification of acceptance                             15 December 1991
Advance registration                                    8 February 1992
 
There will be a substantial increase in the registration fee for
registrations received after 8 February 1992.
 
PUBLICATION
 
A selection of papers presented at the conference will be published in
the series Research in Humanities Computing edited by Susan Hockey and
Nancy Ide and published by Oxford University Press.
 
INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE
 
Proposals will be evaluated by panel of reviewers who will make
recommendations to the Programme Committee which consists of:
 
Chair: Thomas Corns, University of Wales (ALLC)
       Gordon Dixon, Manchester Polytechnic (ALLC)
       Paul Fortier, University of Manitoba (ACH)
       Jacqueline Hamesse, Universite Catholique Louvain-la-Neuve (ALLC)
       Nancy Ide, Vassar College (ACH)
       Randall Jones, Brigham Young University (ACH)
       Donald Ross, University of Minnesota (ACH)
       Antonio Zampolli, University of Pisa (ALLC)
Local organiser: Susan Hockey, Oxford University (ALLC)
 
 
ACCOMMODATION
 
Accommodation has been reserved for the conference in Christ Church
which is  one of Oxford University's oldest and best-known colleges. It
is situated in the centre of the city, but overlooks Christ Church
Meadow and the River Thames. The conference will run from dinner on
Sunday 5 April until lunch on Thursday 9 April. There will be a banquet
in Christ Church's Tudor hall on the evening of 8 April.
 
LOCATION
 
Oxford is an hour from London and from Heathrow Airport and is also
close to Stratford-on-Avon and the Cotswolds, a beautiful area of
English countryside. There is a frequent bus service from Heathrow to
Oxford and good transport arrangements from Gatwick airport.
 
ENQUIRIES
 
Please address all enquiries to
 
ALLC-ACH92
Centre for Humanities Computing
Oxford University Computing Service
13 Banbury Road
Oxford OX2 6NN
England
 
Telephone: 44-865-273200 or (from within UK) 0865-273200
Fax: 44-865-273275 or (from within UK) 0865-273275
E-mail: 
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Please make sure that you give your name, full mailing address,
telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address with any enquiry.
 
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Date:  		Mon, 17 Jun 91 13:58:00 BST
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Subject:      	Computers and Language Conference
 
			COMPUTERS AND LANGUAGE 2
        		     TOWARDS 1992
 
 
		          25-27 September 1991
		       Sheffield City Polytechnic
 
		    Sponsored by the CTI Centres for
		  Modern Languages and Textual Studies
 
Computers and Language 2 follows on the highly successful conference of
September 1989. As previously, we are interested in language as studied at all
levels of education: primary, secondary, higher and further. Plenary sessions
will be of general interest and workshops/papers will be given in parallel
sessions focussing on the classroom or the higher education sectors.
 
Clearly the teaching and learning of modern European languages will be of
particular significance as we approach 1991, the year of the single European
market. Sessions will also be concerned with non-European languages, computers
and literary topics, linguistics and writing.
 
Concerns to be addressed:
 
* What provisions are we making for IT?
 
* Does IT have any effect on the language capabilities of our pupils/students?
 
* Do we have to alter our teaching methods if we use IT?
 
* Are computer applications for first and second language acquisition and
  development necessarily separate?
 
* How do we keep up with the latest developments of IT?
 
 
Keynote speakers include:
 
HMI Peter Seaborne, Staff Inspector: Learning resources
Professor Steve Heppell, Anglia Polytechnic
Professor Graham Chesters, University of Hull
Dr Diana Laurilard, Open University
 
Fee: Full cost #120 sterling (residential). Daily registration available.
UK academics should note that they may be eligible for financial support from
their institution's Staff Training and Development Office.
 
Deadline for registration: 5 September 1991
 
For further details contact:
 
Moira Monteith
Sheffield City Polytechnic
36 Collegiate Crescent
Sheffield  S10 2BP
UK
 

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