[Humanist] 24.62 events: workshops at Brown; Balisage programme

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                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 62.
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  [1]   From:    Julia Flanders <Julia_Flanders at brown.edu>                 (50)
        Subject: Balisage 2010 Program Announced

  [2]   From:    Julia Flanders <Julia_Flanders at brown.edu>                 (41)
        Subject: Digital Humanities Workshops at Brown University


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        Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 14:20:09 -0400
        From: Julia Flanders <Julia_Flanders at brown.edu>
        Subject: Balisage 2010 Program Announced

As sponsors of the 2010 Balisage conference, ACH, ALLC, and SDH-SEMI  
are very happy to circulate the announcement below (with a reminder  
that members of all three associations receive a discount of up to US 
$200 on conference registration--just indicate that you are a member  
when you register).

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Balisage 2010 Program Announced

[FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE]

Rockville, Maryland.  The organizing committee has released the
program for "Balisage 2010: The Markup Conference" to be held in  
Montreal from 3 to 6 August, 2010.

"Balisage: The Markup Conference" ( http://www.balisage.net/ http://www.balisage.net 
) is an annual peer-reviewed XML conference: how to create markup;  
what it means; hierarchies and overlap; modeling; taxonomies;  
transformation; query, searching, and retrieval; presentation and  
accessibility; making systems that make markup dance (or dance faster  
to a different tune in a smaller space).

Come to lovely Montreal, Canada from August 3rd to 6th for four action- 
packed days of angle brackets! Here's a baker dozen (or so) sampling  
from the much larger list of Balisage 2010 presentations:

gXML, a new approach to cultivating XML trees in Java
Java integration of XQuery - an information unit oriented approach
Reverse modeling for domain-driven engineering of publishing technology
Managing semantics in XML vocabularies
XML pipeline processing in the browser
Where XForms meets the glass: Bridging between data and interaction  
design
Schema component paths for schema analysis
A streaming XSLT processor
Multi-structured documents and the emergence of annotations vocabularies
Processing arbitrarily large XML using a persistent DOM
Automatic upconversion using XProc
Scripting documents with XQuery
XQuery design patterns
Parallel processing and your XML data

Schedule At-a-Glance:  http://www.balisage.net/2010/At-A-Glance.html http://www.balisage.net/2010/At-A-Glance.html

Detailed schedule with descriptions: <http://www.balisage.net/2010/Program.html 
 >http://www.balisage.net/2010/Program.html

Pre-conference symposium:
XML for the Long Haul: Issues in the Long-term Preservation of XML <http://www.balisage.net/longhaul/index.html 
 >http://www.balisage.net/longhaul/index.html

Tower of Modern Babel Contest - Chance to win an Apple 15" (i5)  
MacBook Pro, Apple MacBook Air, or USD $2000: <http://www.balisage.net/contest.html 
 >http://www.balisage.net/contest.html

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Balisage: The Markup Conference 2009          mailto:info at balisage.net
August 11-14, 2009                             http://www.balisage.net
Processing XML Efficiently: August 10, 2009           Montreal, Canada
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        Date: Wed, 26 May 2010 16:19:11 -0400
        From: Julia Flanders <Julia_Flanders at brown.edu>
        Subject: Digital Humanities Workshops at Brown University

Please circulate:

The Brown University Women Writers Project is pleased to announce a  
new series of workshops on topics in TEI encoding and tools for  
digital humanists. These workshops are aimed at humanities faculty,  
librarians, students, and anyone interested in getting a strong  
introduction to digital humanities concepts, methods, and tools. Each  
workshop combines hands-on practice with discussion and lectures, and  
participants are encouraged to work with their own project materials.  
These small group events offer a wonderful opportunity to learn about  
other digital projects as well as to master important methods and  
concepts in an exploratory setting.

More information, including detailed workshop descriptions and  
registration information, can be found at http://www.wwp.brown.edu/encoding/workshops/ 



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