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LINGUIST List 21.102

Fri Jan 08 2010

Calls: Computational Ling, Ling & Literature, Lexicography/Spain

Editor for this issue: Kate Wu <katelinguistlist.org>

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        1.    Song No, Association of History, Literature, Science & Technolog

Message 1: Association of History, Literature, Science & Technolog
Date: 04-Jan-2010
From: Song No <sno1purdue.edu>
Subject: Association of History, Literature, Science & Technolog
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Full Title: Association of History, Literature, Science & Technolog
Short Title: AHLiST

Date: 23-Jun-2010 - 25-Jun-2010
Location: Madrid, Spain
Contact Person: Song No
Meeting Email: sno1purdue.edu
Web Site: http://www.nebrija.es/~cmalagon/Mmedis/index.html

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; Discipline of Linguistics;
Lexicography; Ling & Literature

Call Deadline: 01-Feb-2010

Meeting Description:

Interdisciplinary Conference of AHLiST
(Association of History, Literature, Science and Technology)
Universidad Complutense de Madrid
(National University of Madrid, Spain)
June 23-25, 2010

Call for Papers

The 2010 conference theme is 'deciphering', with all its possible referents,
including: Do we decipher digits, codes, data, words, texts, images, symbols,
natural phenomena, and scientific results? How do we decipher them? We invite
panels and individual papers on these or related topics, but will give full
consideration to any proposal within AHLiST's scope. Possible topics and areas
of interest include, but are not limited to:

1. Convergence and divergence among literature, technology and science
i) Technology/Science and Literature
ii) Cognitive Science and Literature
iii) Ideology, Science and Technology
iv) Single or Comparative Author Studies
v) Fiction, Poetry and Science Studies
vi) Digital or Hypertext Literature
vii) Computer Mediated Communication and Humanities Studies

2. Interdisciplinary links among history, science and technology
i) History and Science
ii) Historic Cartography
iii) New Technologies and Archeology
iv) Restoration and conservation
v) Archive and Library Systems on line

3. Technology, texturality, and language
i) Accessible Information Technology in Education
ii) Computational Linguistics; Computational Lexicography
iii) Paleography and Pattern Recognition
iv) Digitalization Projects and Document Image Analysis
v) Information Retrieval, Database Systems and Data integration
vi) Technology and Humanities Teaching and Research
vii) Virtual Classroom; Interactive Technology and Language Learning
viii) Integration between Computational Methods and Theories with Research in

Submission Guidelines:
Please propose individual papers or panels, and indicate whether you are willing
to moderate a panel. Panels of 3-4 presentations are especially welcome. To
propose a paper or a panel, please fill out and submit the Conference COVER
SHEET: http://www.nebrija.es/~cmalagon/Mmedis/COVER_SHEET.pdf
If you plan to propose a panel, please include the title of the panel and the
names of presenters.

The conference committee requests the submission of COVER SHEET as an attachment
sent to: ahlist1gmail.com or sno1purdue.edu

Deadline for submissions is extended to February 1, 2010
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