ALLC-ACH Conference in Oxford
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 59. Wednesday, 11 Mar 1992.
Date: Wed, 11 Mar 1992 04:10:00 -0500
From: Stuart Lee <
Subject: ALLC-ACH Conference notice
April 5-9th Christ Church, Oxford, UK
There are still some places left on the Association for Literary and Linguistic
Computing/Association for Computers and the Humanities Conference this April.
It promises to be an exciting event with over seventy papers and panels on
computing and the humanities. Teaching and research applications will both be
discussed and papers ranging over, for example, lexicographical studies,
authorship identification, electronic publishing, hypermedia, historical
databases, and new techniques in art hitory.In addition there will be plenary
lectures by Bernard Quemada of the Tresor de la Langue francaise, and Yorick
Wilks of the State University of New Mexico.
This year's location for the conference is in one of the most historic and
beautiful of Oxford's college, Christ Church. It was founded by Henry VIII in
1532 and its buildings date back to this period. Its Tudor dining hall (where
the conference banquet will be held) is the third largest in England. The
College incorporates a medieval cathedral, picture gallery of Old Masters and
is set in grounds which run down to the River Thames.
If you are a member of the ALLC or of the ACH, the cost of the conference,
including registration fee, fullboard accomodation will be #295 (pounds) or
$590. Registration fee and meals only will be #225 (pounds) or $510. There is
now a special registration only rate of Non-members should add an extra #30
(pounds) or $60 to these prices. All prices except registration fee only
include the magnificent banquet on the evening of Wednesday 8th April.
Anyone interested in attending should e-mail Katy Cubitt on