LINGUIST List 8.1411

Thu Oct 2 1997

Confs: Dutch Linguistics, Text Encoding

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  1. Thomas F. Shannon, Berkeley Dutch Linguistics Conference
  2. Nancy M. Ide, Text Encoding Initiative 10th Anniversary Conference

Message 1: Berkeley Dutch Linguistics Conference

Date: Wed, 1 Oct 1997 19:57:29 -0800
From: Thomas F. Shannon <tshannonsocrates.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Berkeley Dutch Linguistics Conference


 The Berkeley Conference on Dutch Linguistics 1997
 Dutch Linguistics at the Millennium
 Organized by the Dutch Studies Program of the
 University of California at Berkeley
 October 16-18 1997
 Location: The Seaborg Room, The Faculty Club
 University of California at Berkeley


Registration and other information:
* Attendees can register at the opening of the conference. There are no
registration costs. Registration can also be done ahead by sending e-mail
to:
Siska Phlips <indutchsocrates.berkeley.edu>
or calling her at 510-642-7445

* UC Berkeley lies in the vicinity of the Oakland and San Francisco
airports. However, Oakland is considerably closer to Berkeley.

* A number of good, conveniently located hotels are to be found close to
campus. Contact us for more information.


 Program

Thursday, October 16: Morning Session

9:30 Coffee

10:00 Welcome and Opening

10:30 Robert S. Kirsner, UCLA
 "On getting up out of one's armchair:
 Towards an empirical linguistics of Dutch
 utterance-final pragmatic particles"

11:15 Thomas F. Shannon & Kevin P. Moriarty
 University of California, Berkeley
 "Constituent ordering in Dutch and German:
 Empirical observations and theoretical explanation"

12:00 Lunch


Thursday, October 16: Afternoon Session

2:15 Wim Klooster, University of Amsterdam:
 "er: information structure and specificity"

2:30 Jan Renkema, Tilburg University
 "Clause order as a discourse marker"

3:15 Break

3:30 Arie Verhagen, Utrecht University
 "'The girl that promised to become something':
 Diachronic subjectification in Dutch"

4:15 Wine and Cheese



Friday, October 17: Morning Session

10:30 Jan Goossens,
 University of Munster & University of Leuven
 "Dutch historical linguistic geography"

11:15 Stanislaw Predota, Wroclaw University
 "Dutch and Polish in multilingual dictionaries
 of the 16th to 18th century"

12:00 Lunch


Friday, October 17: Afternoon Session

2:15 Sieb G. Nooteboom, University of Utrecht
 "Heads and tails of Dutch spoken words.
 Some experiments on the relative contribution
 of word beginnings and endings to word recognition"

3:00 Henk Verkuyl, University of Utrecht
 "Stereotyping and prototyping:
 Towards a proper treatment of two semantic notions"


Friday, October 17: Evening Program

8:00 The Mariska Huynen Memorial Lecture
 Sponsored by the Netherlands America University League

 George Lakoff, Professor of Linguistics,
 University of California at Berkeley
 "Metaphor Systems:
 Are English and Dutch Different and How?"

 Reception following the lecture



Saturday, October 18: Morning Session

9:30 Jennifer Boyce Hendriks & Robert B. Howell
 University of Wisconsin, Madison
 "On the use and abuse of social history
 in the history of the Dutch language"

10:15 Klaus-Peter Lange, Leiden University
 "Are the so-called German-colored Middle Dutch texts
 in fact written in a variety of East Middle Dutch?"

11:00 Coffee

11:15 Nelleke Van Deusen-Scholl,
 University of California, Berkeley
 "Language, linguistics, and ideology:
 a sociolinguistic perspective on
 the role of Afrikaans after apartheid"

12:00 Lunch


Saturday, October 18: Afternoon Session


2:00 Willy van Langendonck, University of Leuven
 "Semantic role configurations and
 syntactic patterns of the Dutch indirect object"

2:45 Reinier Salverda, University College London
 "Topicalization, sign act, and
 presentation strategies in Modern Dutch"

3:30 Break

3:45 Roel Vismans, University of Hull
 "The order of constituents:
 deviance in Dutch declaratives and
 non-declaratives in Functional Grammar"

4:30 Closing of the Conference
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Message 2: Text Encoding Initiative 10th Anniversary Conference

Date: Wed, 1 Oct 97 14:05:55 EDT
From: Nancy M. Ide <idecs.vassar.edu>
Subject: Text Encoding Initiative 10th Anniversary Conference


 *****************************************************************
 Text Encoding Initiative 10th Anniversary Conference
 November 14-16, 1997
 Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
 *****************************************************************

 General conference and registration information: 
 http://www.stg.brown.edu/webs/tei10/


 CONFERENCE PROGRAM 
 ==================


Friday, November 14
- -----------------

12:00-1:00pm
BOX LUNCH

1:00-2:30pm
OPENING SESSION

 Opening Remarks

 Keynote Address
 Andy van Dam (Brown University)


2:30-3:00pm
COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS


3:00-5:00pm
PAPER SESSION

 TEI and the Encoding of the Physical Structure of Books
 Syd Bauman (Brown University)
 Terry Catapano (Rutgers College)

 Textual Variation and Version Control in the TEI
 David A. Smith (Tufts University)

 Using Architectural Forms to Map TEI Data into an Object-oriented 
 System
 Gary Simons (Summer Institute of Linguistics)

 Representing TEI Documents in the CLASSIC Knowledge Representation
 System
 Nancy Ide, Tim McGraw and Chris Welty (Vassar College)


6:00-8:00pm
OPENING RECEPTION




Saturday, November 15
- -------------------

9:00-10:30am 
PAPER SESSION

 Delivering Electronic Texts Over the Web
 Alan Morrison and Jakob Fix (Oxford University)

 An SGML/HTML Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Library
 Janet Erickson (University of Michigan)

 Do Digital Libraries Need the TEI? A View From the Trenches
 LeeEllen Friedland (Library of Congress)


10:30-11:00am
COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS


11:00-12:30pm
PAPER SESSION

 Metadata, TEI, and the Academic Library Community: An Update
 Brad Eden (North Harris Montgomery Community College District)

 Putting our Headers Together
 Michael Popham and Lou Burnard (Oxford University)

 The TEI Header - a Metadata Package?
 Daniel Greenstein (Kings College, London)


12:30-2:00pm
LUNCH 


2:00-3:30pm 
PAPER SESSION

 Creating a Parallel Corpus from the Book of 2000 Tongues
 Philip Resnik, Mari Broman Olsen, Mona Diab (University of
Maryland)

 TEI Encoding and Syntacting Tagging of an Old French Text
 Dominique Estival and Nick Nicholas (The University of Melbourne)

 A TEI Extension for the Description of Medieval Manuscripts
 Richard Gartner and Lou Burnard (Oxford University)


2:30-3:00pm
COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS


4:00-5:30pm 
PAPER SESSION

 Keying <name>s: The Women Writers Project Approach
 Syd Bauman (Brown University)

 Using the TEI Writing System Declaration 
 David J. Birnbaum (University of Pittsburgh)
 Mavis Cournane (University College Cork)

 TEI and XML
 Steven DeRose (INSO Corporation)


2:00-6:00pm
SOFTWARE AND PROJECT DEMOS


6:00-8:00pm
SPECIAL SESSION : The Future of the TEI




Sunday, November 16
- -----------------

9:00-10:30am
SESSION 6A

 The Text Encoding Initiative and the Model Editions Partnership
 David Chesnutt (University of South Carolina)

 TEI Extensions for Legal Text
 Nick Finke (Center for Electronic Text in the Law)

 What Not to Tag
 John Lavagnino (Brown University)


9:00-10:30am
SESSION 6B

 Taking Snapshots of the Web with a TEI Camera 
 Derek Walker (Queens University)

 Silfide: A System for Open Access and Distributed Delivery of TEI
 Encoded Documents
 Laurent Romary (CRIN-CNRS & INRIA Lorraine) 

 Independent Links: A Maintenance Advantage?
 Erik van den Hout (Groningen University) 


10:30-11:00am
COFFEE AND REFRESHMENTS


11:00-12:30pm
CLOSING SESSION

 Keynote Address
 Jon Bosak (Sun Microsystems, Inc.; Chair, W3C XML Work Group)
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