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Message 1: Re: ACH/ALLC '95

Date: Tue, 4 Apr 95 12:17:19 PDTRe: ACH/ALLC '95
From: Eric Dahlin <hcf1dahlucsbuxa.ucsb.edu>
Subject: Re: ACH/ALLC '95


 ASSOCIATION FOR COMPUTERS AND THE HUMANITIES
 ASSOCIATION FOR LITERARY AND LINGUISTIC COMPUTING

 1995 JOINT INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ACH-ALLC 95

 JULY 11-15, 1995
 UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA

On behalf of the Executive Councils of the Association for
Computers and the Humanities and the Association for
Literary and Linguistic Computing, we cordially invite you
to attend the seventh annual joint international conference,
to be held at the University of California, Santa Barbara,
July 11-15, 1995.

This conference is the major forum for discussion of the
preparation, encoding, and use of character-based electronic
text and for computer-based research in literature,
linguistics, and related humanities disciplines. It will
include presentations 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.

The Association for Computers and the Humanities is a
professional society for scholars working in computer-
related research in literature and language studies,
history, philosophy, and other disciplines of the
humanities.

The Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing was
founded in 1973 as an international association to promote
the development of literary and linguistic computing.

 Overview:
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As a preliminary event, an optional tour of the city of
Santa Barbara has been scheduled for the afternoon of
Tuesday, July 11, from 1pm to 4pm.

The conference will officially begin in the late afternoon
and evening of Tuesday, July 11, with a reception, opening
addresses, and an optional banquet.

Concurrent sessions will begin on the morning of Wednesday,
July 12, and continue through to closing at noon on
Saturday, July 15.

An optional beach barbecue will be held on the evening of
Friday, July 14.

An optional winery tour will take place on the afternoon of
Saturday, July 15, after the closing of the conference.

Room and board accommodations are available in campus
dormitories at economical rates, and rooms are available at
special conference rates at a variety of area motels and
hotels.

International Program Committee:

Chair: Elaine Brennan
 ATLIS Consulting Group (ACH)

 Marilyn Deegan
 Oxford University (ALLC)

 Gordon Dixon
 Manchester Metropolitan University (ALLC)

 Marianne Gaunt
 Rutgers University (ACH)

 Susan Hockey
 Rutgers and Princeton Universities (ALLC)

 Nancy Ide
 Vassar College (ACH)

 Espen Ore
 University of Bergen (ALLC)

 Willard McCarty
 University of Toronto (ACH)

Local Organizer: Eric Dahlin
 University of California, Santa Barbara
 HCF1DAHLucsbuxa.ucsb.edu

Please contact the local organizer for further information.
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Message 2: Re: 6.498 Confs: Slavic workshop hotel info

Date: Sat, 8 Apr 1995 21:50:35 -Re: 6.498 Confs: Slavic workshop hotel info
From: E. Wayles Browne <ewb2cornell.edu>
Subject: Re: 6.498 Confs: Slavic workshop hotel info

 . supplement to program, 8 April 1995
 / \ 4th Annual Workshop on
 /\ /\ FORMAL APPROACHES TO SLAVIC LINGUISTICS
F A S L Kaufman Auditorium, Goldwin Smith Hall
 4 Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

Friday, May 12, 1995. 4-6 registration, 6 pm opening.
Sat., May 13, 9 am - 7 pm. (Business meeting, invited address
by Bernard Comrie: 3:40 pm. Evening: party.)
Sunday, May 14 9 am -1:10 pm.

For a file containing the pre-registration form, fees, hotel and
travel information write to:
Wayles Browne ewb2cornell.edu 607-255-0712 (o)/607-273-3009 (h) or
Draga Zec zeccrux1.cit.cornell.edu 607-255-0728 (o)/607-257-2863 (h)
Dept. of Modern Languages and Linguistics, Morrill Hall
Cornell University, Ithaca, New York 14853, U.S.A.
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