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Formal Representation & Digital Humanities: Text, Language and Tools


Recent Call for Papers
Call Deadline: 31-Jan-2016

Call for Papersd:

We welcome contributions on all aspects of digital and computational philology and linguistics, including:

Formal representation, models and tools for the assessment of language features:
- phonology and phonetic change
- morphology and morphological change
- syntax and syntactic change
- semantics and semantic change
- typology
- genealogical trees

Semantic and syntactic annotation

Digital representation of philological features
- reconstruction
- variants alignment
- commentaries and annotation

Online lexica and collections

Presentation of prospective tools and digital initiatives (e.g. software and interface)

Papers will be 20 minute long, followed by 10 minutes for discussion. Abstracts can be submitted until January 31, 2016, and notifications of acceptance will be sent on Monday, February 29, 2016.

Important dates:

- 31/01/2016: Deadline for abstract submission
- 29/02/2016: Notification of acceptance
- 28-29/06/2016: Conference dates

Submission:
Please submit title and abstract to the email address [email protected]

The computational and digital approach to the study of philology and linguistics represents, at the same time, an opportunity and a challenge. An opportunity, because the possibility to use computer-aided assessments of texts and languages has simplified the task of analysing and publishing extensive sets of data. A challenge, because the heuristic and epistemologic process needs to be adapted to the new tools, and in order to do that the researchers from the different scientific areas need to be able to effectively communicate with each other.