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Shakespeare at Kalamazoo; ACH/ALLC '95 Program
Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 6, No. 0485.  Thursday, 15 June 1995.
 
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        Date:   Wednesday, 14 Jun 1995 15:56:17 -0400 (EDT)
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From:           Bernice W. Kliman <
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Date:           Wednesday, 14 Jun 1995 15:56:17 -0400 (EDT)
Subject:        Shakespeare at Kalamazoo
 
[Note: There were a few errors in the original posting that have been corrected
here. --HMC]
 
                            Call for Papers
 
                     SHAKESPEARE  AT  KALAMAZOO
 
                Thirty-first International Congress on Medieval Studies
                        Kalamazoo, Michigan, May 2-6, 1996
 
SHAKESPEARE AT KALAMAZOO has organized programs at the International Congress
since 1989.  Two sessions have been proposed for the 31st Congress in 1995,
both devoted to papers specifically relating Shakespeare to the broader canvas
of cultural history.
 
Session 1:  Shakespeare in the Tradition of the Performing Arts
 
Session 2:  Shakespeare and Cultural Continuity
 
Papers for Session 1 should explore evidence in Shakespeare's play of medieval
ideas of theater and of medieval practices and dramaturgical conventions.
Papers for Session 2 should focus on the representation in Shakespeare's play
of late medieval and early modern cultural trends. Papers are invited from
scholars in teh fields of art history, music, folklore, history, philosophy,
theater history, the history fo science, law, and more--as well as literature,
both English and continental.
 
The Congress on Medieval Studies provides a unique milue for an exchange of
insights on Shakespeare's place in the continuum of culture.
 
For further information, please contact 1996 program organizer Michael Shapiro,
208 English Building, University of Illinois, 608 South Wright St., Urbana, IL
61801, FAX 217-333-4321/e-mail 
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He will accept abstracts for papers that can be delivered in 20 minutes.
Abstracts must be submitted by 1 Sept 1995
 
Note: please cross-post this announcement on any other relevant lists.
 
Thank you very much
 
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Date:           Wednesday, 14 Jun 95 12:31:27 PDT
Subject:        ACH/ALLC '95 program
 
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ACH/ALLC '95, July 11-15, 1995
University of California, Santa Barbara
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Tentative Program (subject to change)
 
Sunday, July 9
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 1 pm onward           dormitory check-in               Anacapa Hall
 
Monday, July 10
---------------
 1 pm onward           dormitory check-in               Anacapa Hall
 8  to 10 am           registration for TEI workshop    Anacapa Hall
 9 am to 4 pm          TEI Workshop                Microcomputer Lab
 
Tuesday, July 11
----------------
 9 am onward           dormitory check-in               Anacapa Hall
 8 to 10 am            ALLC Committee                   Anacapa Hall
10 am to 12 noon       ACH Executive Council            Anacapa Hall
 1 to 4 pm             tour of Santa Barbara        [departing from]
 2 to 7 pm             registration                     Anacapa Hall
 5:30 pm               opening session                    [location]
  Welcome:
    Nancy Ide, President, ACH; Susan Hockey, Chairman, ALLC
  Opening address:
    Walter E. Massey, Provost and Senior Vice President,
    Academic Affairs, University of California
      "Surfing the Net: What New Technologies Mean for Education"
 
 7:00 pm               reception                        Lagoon Patio
 8:00 pm               banquet                           Corwin Room
 
Wednesday, July 12
------------------
 8 am to 3 pm          registration                     Corwin Lobby
 9 to 10:30 am         Plenary Session                   Corwin West
  Keynote address:
    Stanley Katz, President, The American Council of
    Learned  Societies
    "Constructing the Humanities Community for the Digital Age"
 
10:30 to 11 am         coffee break                       [location]
11 am to 5:30 pm       software demonstrations,          Corwin East
                       posters, book and
                       vendor displays
 
11 am to 12:30 pm      Sessions 1-A and 1-B
 
Session 1-A, 11 am to 12:30 pm                            [location]
Computational lexicons, corpora
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Mining COMLEX for Syntactic Data: An On-line Dictionary as a
  Resource for Research in Syntax for Linguists at Large
     Catherine Macleod, Adam Meyers, and Ralph Grishman,
     New York University
 
  Constructing A Knowledge Base for Describing the
  General Semantics of Verbs
     Sophie Daubeze, IRIT-CNRS, URACOM Parc Technologique du canal;
     Patrick Saint-Dizier, IRIT-CNRS; Palmira Marrafa
 
  The Corpus and the Citation Archive--Peaceful Coexistence Between
  the Best and the Good?
     Christian-Emil Ore, University of Oslo
 
Session 1-B, 11 am to 12:30 pm                            [location]
Stylistics
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Mapping the "Other Harmony" of Prose: A Computer Analysis of John
  Dryden's Prose Style
     Mary Mallery, The Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities
 
  Neural Network Applications in Stylometry: The Federalist Papers
     F. J. Tweedie, S. Singh, and D.I. Holmes, University of the
     West of England, Bristol
 
  Language and Style in Golding's _The Inheritors_: An Eclectic,
  Computer-Assisted Approach
     David L. Hoover, New York University
 
12:30 to 2 pm          lunch
 
 2 to 3:30 pm           Sessions 2-A and 2-B
 
Session 2-A, 2 to 3:30 pm                                 [location]
Panel
Chair: Nancy Ide, Vassar College
 
  The Information Superhighway and the Humanities:
  Will Our Needs Be Met?
     Charles Henry, Vassar College; Nancy Ide, Vassar College;
     Stanley Katz, The American Council of Learned Societies;
     Elli Mylonas, Brown University
 
Session 2-B, 2 to 3:30 pm                                 [location]
Linguistics (software)
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Behind the Scenes: Building a Tool for
  Verb Classification in French
     Rachel Panckhurst, Universite Paul Valery, Montpellier III
 
  From Linguistic Resources to Applications With the ZStation:
  A New Approach to Linguistic Engineering in Research and Teaching
     Henri C. Zingle, LILLA, University of Nice
 
  The Linguistic Postprocessor of SCRIPT: A System for the
  Recognition of Handwritten Input Using Linguistic and
  Statistical Filter Mechanisms as well as a Crossword Lexicon
     Bettina Harriehausen-Muhlbauer, IBM Germany, Science Center
 
 3:30 to 4 pm          coffee break                       [location]
 
 4 to 5:30 pm          Sessions 3-A, 3-B, and 3-C
 
Session 3-A, 4 to 5:30 pm                                 [location]
Panel
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Collaboration Between Humanities Scholars and
  Computer Professionals
     John Unsworth (moderator), John Dobbins, Susan Gants, Jerome
     McGann, and Thornton Staples, Institute for Advanced Technology
     in the Humanities(IATH), University of Virginia
 
Session 3-B, 4 to 5:30 pm                                 [location]
Encoding issues
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  You Can't Always Get What You Want: Deep Encoding of
  Manuscripts and the Limits of Retrieval
     Michael Neuman, Georgetown University
 
  Using the TEI to Encode Textual Variations:
  Some Practical Considerations
     Gregory Murphy, The Center for Electronic Texts in the
     Humanities
 
  Implementing the TEI's Feature-Structure Markup by
  Direct Mapping to the Objects and Attributes of an
  Object-Oriented Database System
     Gary F. Simons, Summer Institute of Linguistics
 
Session 3-C, 4 to 5:30 pm
UCSB Demonstrations [to be announced]
 
 6 pm                  ACH open meeting                   [location]
 8 pm                  Text Encoding Initiative (TEI)     [location]
                       open session
 
 
Thursday, July 13
-----------------
 9 am to 5:30 pm       software demonstrations,          Corwin East
                       posters, book and
                       vendor displays
 
 9 to 10:30 am         Sessions 4-A and 4-B
 
Session 4-A, 9 to 10:30 am                                [location]
Panel
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  The Information Superhighway and the Humanities:
  An International Perspective
     Jane Rosenberg, NEH; [other panelists and affiliations]
 
Session 4-B, 9 to 10:30 am                                [location]
Computer Assisted Instruction
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Architext: A Hypertext Application for
  Architectural History Instruction
     Mark R. Petersen, Clarkson University
 
  Teaching Critical Thinking with Interactive Courseware:
  An Experiment in Evaluation
     Jill LeBlanc and Geoffrey M. Rockwell, McMaster University
 
  Watching Scepticism: Computer Assisted Visualization and
  Hume's _Dialogues_
     Geoffrey M. Rockwell, McMaster University; John Bradley,
     University of Toronto
 
10:30 to 11 am        coffee break                        [location]
 
11 am to 12:30 pm     Sessions 5-A and 5-B
 
Session 5-A, 11 am to 12:30 pm                            [location]
Internet, World Wide Web, Hypertext
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  TACT & WWW: Argument and Evidence on the Internet
     John D. Bradley, University of Toronto; Geoffrey M. Rockwell,
     McMaster University
 
  Art History and the Internet
     Michael Greenhalgh, Australian National University
 
  The Labyrinth, the World Wide Web, and the Development of
  Disciplinary Servers in the Humanities
     Deborah Everhart and Martin Irvine, Georgetown University
 
 
Session 5-B, 11 am to 12:30 pm                            [location]
Annotation
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Man-Machine Cooperation in Syntactic Annotation
     Hans van Halteren, University of Nijmegen
 
  Man vs. Machine--Which is the Most Reliable Annotator?
     Gunnel Kallgren, Stockholm University
 
  Standards in Morphosyntax: Towards a Ready-to-Use Package
     Nicoletta Calzolari and Monica Monachini, Istituto di
     Linguistica Computazionale (CNR), Pisa
 
12:30 to 2 pm          lunch
 
 2 pm to 3:30 pm, Sessions 6-A and 6-B
 
Session 6-A, 2 pm to 3:30 pm                              [location]
Project session
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  ACCORD: a New Approach to Digital Resource Development
  Using the Testbed Method
     Mary Keeler, University of Washington; Christian Kloesel,
     Indiana University
 
  Yearning to be Hypertext: The Cornell Wordsworth and
  the Limits of the Codex
     Bruce Graver, Providence College
 
  The Shakespeare Multimedia Project:
  An Exploration in Constructivist Pedagogy
     Leslie D. Harris, Susquehanna University
 
Session 6-B, 2 pm to 3:30 pm                              [location]
Text Databases
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Problems of Multidatabase Construction for
  Linguistic and Literary Research
     Richard Giordano and Carole Goble, University of Manchester;
     Gunnel Kallgren, Stockholm University
 
  A Data Architecture for Multi-lingual Linguistic Corpora
     Nancy Ide, Vassar College; Jean Veronis, Laboratoire Parole et
     Langage, CNRS, Aix-en-Provence; David Durand, Boston University
 
  On the Text Based Database Systems for Public Service
     Shoichiro Hara and Hisashi Yasunaga, National Institute of
     Japanese Literature
 
 3:30 to 4 pm          coffee break                       [location]
 
 4 to 5:30 pm, Sessions 7-A, 7-B, and 7-C
 
Session 7-A, 4 to 5:30 pm                                 [location]
Panel
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Model Editions Partnership Panel
     David R. Chesnutt, University of South Carolina; Ann D. Gordon,
     Rutgers University; C. M. Sperberg-McQueen, University of
     Illinois at Chicago
 
Session 7-B, 4 to 5:30 pm                                 [location]
Translation, computational lexicography
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  The Terminology of Bioenergy: A Project in Progress
     Lisa Lena Opas, University of Joensuu
 
  LOCOLEX: The Translation Rolls Off Your Tongue
     Daniel Bauer, Fridirique Segond, and Annie Zaenen, RANK XEROX
     Research Centre
 
  Parallel Corpora, Translation Equivalence and
  Contrastive Linguistics
     Raphael Salkie, University of Brighton
 
Session 7-C, 4 to 5:30 pm
UCSB Demonstrations [to be announced]
 
 6 pm                  ALLC open meeting                  [location]
 
 
Friday, July 14
---------------
 9 am to 5:30 pm       software demonstrations,           [location]
                       posters, book and
                       vendor displays
 
 9 to 10:30 am, Sessions 8-A and 8-B
 
Session 8-A, 9 to 10:30 am                               [location]
Special session: Humanities Computing Support
Chair: Espen Ore, University of Bergen
 
  World Bank Support for the Development of Foreign Language
  Education at Lajos Kossuth University, Debrecen, Hungary
     Laszlo Hunyadi, Lajos Kossuth University
 
  Application of Computers in Language Training in the
  Post-Soviet Ukraine
     Peter I. Serdiukov, Kiev State Linguistic University
 
  Creating a Multi-Lingual Hypertext:
  A CSCW Project in the Humanities
     Catherine Scott, University of North London
 
Session 8-B, 9 to 10:30 am                               [location]
Word studies, statistics
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Experiments in Word Creation
     Michael Levison and Greg Lessard, Queen's University, Kingston,
     Ontario
 
  A Multivariate Test for the Attribution of Authorship
     F.J. Tweedie, University of the West of England, Bristol;
     C. A. Donnelly, University of Edinburgh
 
  The Randomness Assumption in Word Frequency Statistics
     R. Harald Baayen, Max Planck Institute for Psycholinguistics,
     Nijmegen, The Netherlands
 
10:30 to 11 am         coffee break                       [location]
 
11 am to 12:30 pm, Sessions 9-A and 9-B
 
Session 9-A, 11 am to 12:30 pm                            [location]
Panel
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Electronic Resources for Literary Studies
     Kathryn Sutherland, Nottingham University; Lou Burnard and Alan
     Morrison, Oxford University Computing Services
 
Session 9-B, 11 am to 12:30 pm                            [location]
Corpus Linguistics
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Perception Nouns in the Italian Reference Corpus:
  Argument Structure and Collocational Uses
     Adriana Roventini and Monica Monachini, Istituto di Linguistica
     Computazionale (CNR), Pisa
 
  Investigating Verbal Transitions with P.R.O.U.S.T.
     Tony Jappy, University of Perpignan
 
  A Corpus-Based Study of Nonfinite and
  Verbless Adverbial Clauses in English
     Magnus Ljung, Stockholm University
 
12:30 to 2 pm          lunch
 
 2 to 3:30 pm, Sessions 10-A and 10-B
 
Session 10-A, 2 to 3:30 pm                                [location]
Authorship attribution
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Word-Type at "Sentence" Beginning and End: A Reliable
  Discriminator of Authorship of Latin Prose Texts?
     Bernard Frischer, University of California, Los Angeles
 
  Wordprinting Francis Bacon
     Noel B. Reynolds and John L. Hilton, Brigham Young University
 
  The "Federalist" Revisited: New Directions in
  Authorship Attribution
     David Holmes, University of the West of England, Bristol
 
Session 10-B, 2 to 3:30 pm                                [location]
Literature, Literary Theory
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Categories, Theory, and Literary Texts
     Paul A. Fortier, University of Manitoba
 
  Tracing the Narrator: Parenthesis and Point-of-View in
  Joseph Conrad's _Heart of Darkness_.
     Thomas Rommel, University of Tuebingen
 
  The Perception of Biblical Texts in Modern Literature, Illustrated
  by the Lyric Poetry of Christine Busta
     Susanne Bucher-Gillmayr, University of Innsbruck, Austria
 
 3:30 to 4 pm          coffee break
 
 4 to 5 pm             Discussion Groups 1 and 2
 
Discussion Group 1, 4 to 5 pm                          [location]
 
  The Future of HUMANIST
     Willard McCarty, University of Toronto
     (discussion leader)
 
Discussion Group 2, 4 to 5 pm                          [location]
 
  Perspectives on the Need for Behavioral Change in
  the Humanities: Response to the Information Age
     Mary Keeler, University of Washington
     (discussion leader)
 
 6 pm                  beach barbecue                   Goleta Beach
 
 
Saturday, July 15
-----------------
 9 to 10:30 am         Sessions 11-A and 11-B
 
Session 11-A, 9 to 10:30 am                               [location]
Hypertext, Text Editing
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Screen and Page: Some Questions of Design in Electronic Editions
     Michael Best, University of Victoria, British Columbia
 
  Translation Project for Vincent of Beauvais' _Speculum Naturale_
     Carol Everest, King's University College, Edmonton, Alberta;
     Caroline Falkner, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario;
     Kevin Roddy, University of California, Davis
 
  Text, Hypertext or Cybertext--A Typology of Textual Modes
  Using Correspondence Analysis
     Espen Aarseth, University of Bergen
 
 
Session 11-B, 9 to 10:30 am                               [location]
Linguistics, corpora
Chair: [name and affiliation]
 
  Maestro2: An Object-Oriented Approach to
  Structured Linguistic Data
     Greg Lessard, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario;
     Colin Gajraj, Bell Northern Research, Ottawa;
     Ian Macleod, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
 
  A Program for Aligning English and Norwegian Sentences
     Knut Hofland, The Norwegian Computing Centre for the Humanities
 
  Contractions in ARCHER: Register and Diachronic Change
     Joe Allen, University of Southern California
 
10:30 to 11 am         coffee break                       [location]
 
11 to 11:30am          closing session                    [location]
  Remarks:
    Nancy Ide, President, ACH; Susan Hockey, Chairman, ALLC;
    Espen Ore, ALLC, Local Organizer, ALLC/ACH '96,
    University of Bergen
 
12 noon to 1 pm        lunch
 
 1 to 5:30 pm          winery tour                  [departing from]
 
 
Demonstrations
--------------
(See separate schedule)
 
  Cinema Studies and Interactivity: A Multimedia Computer Model
     Robert Kolker, University of Maryland
 
  CoALA-An Intelligent System for Language Acquisition Combining
  Various Modern NLPTtechnologies
     Bettina Harriehausen-Muhlbauer, IBM Germany, Science Center
 
  SHAXICON--Mapping Shakespeare's "Rare Words" Across the Canon
     Don Foster, Vassar College
 
  Computerizing the Buddhist Scriptures
     Supachai Tangwongsan, Mahidol University Computing Center,
     Thailand
 
  ADMYTE, A Digital Archive of Spanish Manuscripts and Texts
     Charles Faulhaber, University of California, Berkeley
 
  SYNTPARSE, For Parsing English Texts
  SYNTCHECK, For Orthographical and Grammatical Spell-Checking of
    English Texts
  SOFTHESAURUS, An English Electronic Thesaurus
  LINGUATERM, A Multilingual (English, German, French, Spanish)
    Electronic Thesaurus of Linguistic Terminology
  GEOATLAS, A Multilingual (English, German, French, Italian)
    Electronic Thesaurus of Related Place Names
     Hristo Georgiev-Good, Good Language Software, Switzerland
 
  TUSTEP: A Scholarly Tool for Literary and Linguistic Analysis
     Winfried Bader, University of Tuebingen
 
  From Linguistic Resources to Applications with the ZStation:
  A New Approach to Linguistic Engineering in Research and Teaching
     Henri C. Zingle, LILLA, University of Nice
 
  OrigENov: Integration of Multimedia into the Teaching of
  Comparative Literature at Luton University
     Clementine Burnley, Barbara Heins, and Carlota Larrea,
     University of Luton
 
 
Posters
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(See separate schedule)
 
  Bringing SGML and TACT Together: sgml2tdb
     John Bradley, University of Toronto
 
  NEACH Guide to World Wide Web
     Heyward Ehrlich, Rutgers University
 
  The Provenance of Christian Doctrine, attributed to John Milton:
  An Evaluation of Alternative Statistical Methods
     F.J. Tweedie, University of the West of England, Bristol;
     T. Corns, University of Wales, Bangor; J. Hale, University of
     Otago; G. Campbell, University of Leicester; D.I. Holmes,
     University of the West of England, Bristol
 
  Developing an Electronic _Thesaurus Linguae Latinae_
     Ann F. DeVito, University of Saskatchewan, Consortium for
     Latin Lexicography
 
  A PROLOG Approach to Montesquieu
     Pauline Kra, Yeshiva University
 
  From Text to Test--Automatically: A Computer System for Deriving
  an English Language Test from a Text
     David Coniam, Chinese University of Hong Kong
 
  An Integrated Multimedia Network for Scholarly Discovery,
  Pedagogical Authoring, and Professional Presentation in the
  Field of Music
     Peter G. Otto, University of California, San Diego;
     Nancy B. Nuzzo and Michael Long, State University of
     New York at Buffalo
 
  APL-Simulation for I Ching Hexagrams' Order Explanation
     Pavel Luksha, Russia
 
  A Minimalist View on Binding and Language Acquisition
     Lily Grozeva, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences/Groningen
     University
 
  OrigENov: Integration of Multimedia into the Teaching of
  Comparative Literature at Luton University
     Clementine Burnley, Barbara Heins, and Carlota Larrea,
     University of Luton
 
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