[Humanist] 26.25 events: visualisation & arts; religious texts; Winter institute

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Tue May 15 21:35:35 CEST 2012


                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 26, No. 25.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Eric Atwell <E.S.Atwell at leeds.ac.uk>                      (68)
        Subject: Language Resources and Evalution for Religious Texts - LRE-
                RelWorkshop, LREC Istanbul 22 May 2012

  [2]   From:    "Mcdaid, Sarah" <sarah.mcdaid at LSBU.AC.UK>                 (28)
        Subject: EVA London 2012: Research workshop

  [3]   From:    Jennifer Guiliano <jenguiliano at gmail.com>                 (65)
        Subject: Announcing the Digital Humanities Winter Institute @MITH


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        Date: Tue, 15 May 2012 10:48:47 +0100 (BST)
        From: Eric Atwell <E.S.Atwell at leeds.ac.uk>
        Subject: Language Resources and Evalution for Religious Texts - LRE-RelWorkshop, LREC Istanbul 22 May 2012
        In-Reply-To: <0C13615B-177C-45E3-89FB-D08130AF4E62 at cs.vassar.edu>

LAST CALL FOR PARTICIPATION:

  LREC'2012 workshop: LRE-Rel, Tue 22 May 2012, Istanbul, Turkey

  Language Resources and Evalution for Religious Texts

  http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/arabic/lre-rel.html
  http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/eric/lre-rel/lre-relProceedings.pdf
TO REGISTER: http://www.lrec-conf.org/lrec2012/?-Registration-

  LRE-Rel Workshop Programme
  Tuesday 22 May 2012

     09:00 - 10:30: Session 1 Papers
     09:00 Eric Atwell, Claire Brierley, and Majdi Sawalha (Workshop Chairs)
  Introduction to Language Resources and Evaluation for Religious Texts
     09.10 Harry Erwin and Michael Oakes
  Correspondence Analysis of the New Testament
     09.30 Mohammad Hossein Elahimanesh, Behrouz Minaei-Bidgoli and
     Hossein Malekinezhad
  Automatic classification of Islamic Jurisprudence Categories
     09.50 Nathan Ellis Rasmussen and Deryle Lonsdale
  Lexical Correspondences Between the Masoretic Text and the Septuagint
     10.10 Hossein Juzi, Ahmed Rabiei Zadeh, Ehsan Baraty and Behrouz
     Minaei-Bidgoli
  A new framework for detecting similar texts in Islamic Hadith Corpora
     10:30 - 11:20: Coffee break and Session 2 Posters
     Majid Asgari Bidhendi, Behrouz Minaei-Bidgoli and Hosein Jouzi
  Extracting person names from ancient Islamic Arabic texts
     Assem Chelli, Amar Balla and Taha Zerrouki
  Advanced Search in Quran: Classification and Proposition of All Possible Features
     Akbar Dastani, Behrouz Minaei-Bidgoli, Mohammad Reza Vafaei and
     Hossein Juzi
  An Introduction to Noor Diacritized Corpus
     Karlheinz Morth, Claudia Resch, Thierry Declerck and Ulrike
     Czeitschner
  Linguistic and Semantic Annotation in Religious Memento Mori Literature
     Aida Mustapha, Zulkifli Mohd. Yusoff and Raja Jamilah Raja Yusof
  The Qur'an Corpus for Juzuk Amma
     Mohsen Shahmohammadi, Toktam Alizadeh, Mohammad Habibzadeh Bijani
     and Behrouz Minaei
  A framework for detecting Holy Quran inside Arabic and Persian texts
     Gurpreet Singh
  Letter-to-Sound Rules for Gurmukhi Panjabi (Pa): First step towards Text-to-Speech for Gurmukhi
     Sanja Stajner and Ruslan Mitkov
  Style of Religious Texts in 20th Century
     Daniel Stein
  Multi-Word Expressions in the Spanish Bhagavad Gita, Extracted with Local Grammars Based on Semantic Classes
     Nagwa Younis
  Through Lexicographers' Eyes: Does Morphology Count in Making
     Quranic Bilingual Dictionaries?
     Taha Zerrouki, Ammar Balla
  Reusability of Quranic document using XML

     11:20 - 13:00: Session 3 Papers
     11.20 Halim Sayoud
  Authorship Classification of two Old Arabic Religious Books Based on a Hierarchical Clustering
     11.40 Liviu P. Dinu, Ion Resceanu, Anca Dinu and Alina Resceanu
  Some issues on the authorship identification in the Apostles' Epistles
     12.00 John Lee, Simon S. M. Wong, Pui Ki Tang and Jonathan Webster
  A Greek-Chinese Interlinear of the New Testament Gospels
     12.20 Soyara Zaidi, Ahmed Abdelali, Fatiha Sadat and Mohamed-Tayeb
     Laskri
  Hybrid Approach for Extracting Collocations from Arabic Quran Texts
     12.40 Eric Atwell, Claire Brierley, and Majdi Sawalha (Workshop Chairs)
  Plenary Discussion

     13:00 End of Workshop

Eric Atwell, Associate Professor, Language research group,
  I-AIBS Institute for Artificial Intelligence and Biological Systems
  School of Computing, Faculty of Engineering, UNIVERSITY OF LEEDS
  Leeds LS2 9JT, England.        TEL: 0113-3435430  FAX: 0113-3435468
  WWW: http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/eric
       http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/nlp
       http://www.comp.leeds.ac.uk/arabic



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        Date: Tue, 15 May 2012 09:03:46 +0000
        From: "Mcdaid, Sarah" <sarah.mcdaid at LSBU.AC.UK>
        Subject: EVA London 2012: Research workshop
        In-Reply-To: <0C13615B-177C-45E3-89FB-D08130AF4E62 at cs.vassar.edu>

ELECTRONIC VISUALISATION AND THE ARTS LONDON 2012

Tuesday 10th July - Thursday 12th July 2012

Venue: British Computer Society, Covent Garden, London WC2E 7HA
www.eva-london.org

RESEARCH WORKSHOP:
A Postgraduate Student Research Workshop in the field of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts will be held at EVA London 2012 on Tuesday 10 July, 10.00 - 13.00.

The Workshop provides an opportunity for Masters and PhD students working in the field of Electronic Visualisation and the Arts to give a 15 minute presentation on their ideas, plans or initial results in a supportive and relatively informal environment. Each presentation will be followed by 5 minutes Q&A/discussion.

No written paper is required but if participants wish they may submit a short abstract to be published online. Participants at the Research Workshop may attend the main conference on 10 July free of charge. Numbers are limited, so you are encouraged to apply early to avoid disappointment. For more information visit www.eva-london.org

For registration details, keynote speakers and the latest conference programme visit:
www.eva-london.org

***********************************************************
EVA London 2012 will debate the issues, discuss the trends and demonstrate the digital possibilities in culture, heritage and the arts. If you are interested in new technologies in the cultural sector - if you are an artist, policy maker, manager, researcher, practitioner, or educator - then this conference is for you.

Three days of presentations, workshops, demos and exhibition on a spectrum of themes from electronic arts to experiencing history.
This year's conference includes sessions on:

* Museums in a new world
* Seeing data
* The place and the digital
* Digital art and research
* Sound and life
* Building the virtual
* Visualisation, maps and structures
* Digital art and networked culture
* Art and performance
* Imaging
* Digital imaging
** Plus five full sessions featuring live demonstrations **

Please note: as London is also hosting the Olympics this summer, we are suggesting that delegates book their hotel accommodation as soon as possible. A number of hotel rooms have been reserved for EVA London delegates through our accommodation partner innov8 Conference Services. Please find further details of this and other accommodation options at www.eva-london.org

If this message was forwarded to you, join our mailing list to receive EVA London announcements (only) directly.
Send an email to: listserv at jiscmail.ac.uk.

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        Date: Tue, 15 May 2012 09:26:38 -0400
        From: Jennifer Guiliano <jenguiliano at gmail.com>
        Subject: Announcing the Digital Humanities Winter Institute @MITH
        In-Reply-To: <0C13615B-177C-45E3-89FB-D08130AF4E62 at cs.vassar.edu>


*Announcing the Digital Humanities Winter Institute*

*Join Us:*
Monday January 7, 2013- Friday, January 11, 2013
University of Maryland
College Park, MD USA

MITH will host the first annual Digital Humanities Winter Institute
(DHWI) http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi ,
from Monday, January 7, 2013, to Friday, January 11, 2013, at the
University of Maryland in College Park, Maryland. We’re delighted to be
expanding the model pioneered by the highly-successful Digital Humanities
Summer Institute (DHSI  http://www.dhsi.org ) at the University of Victoria
to the United States.

DHWI will provide an opportunity for scholars to learn new skills relevant
to different kinds of digital scholarship while mingling with like-minded
colleagues in coursework, social events, and lectures during an intensive,
week-long event located amid the many attractions of the Washington, D.C.
region.

Courses are open to all skill levels and will cater to many different
interests. For the 2013 Institute we’ve assembled an amazing group of
instructors  http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi/?q=node/25  who will teach everything
from introductory courses on project development and programming, to
intermediate level courses on image analysis, teaching with multimedia, and
data curation. DHWI will also feature more technically-advanced courses on
text analysis and linked open data. We hope that the
curricula http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi/?q=courses we’ve assembled will
appeal to graduate students, faculty, librarians, and
museum professionals as well as participants from government and
non-governmental organizations.

An exciting program of extracurricular
events http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi/?q=dhwi_public_dh will accompany the
formal DHWI courses to capitalize on the Institute’s
proximity to the many cultural heritage organizations in the region. This
stream of activities, which we’re calling “DHWI Public Digital Humanities,”
will include an API workshop, a hack-a-thon, and opportunities to
contribute videos and other materials to the
4Humanities http://humanistica.ualberta.ca/ campaign to document the
importance of the humanities for contemporary
society.

Both the outward-looking DHWI Public Digital Humanities program and the
week of high-caliber, in-depth digital humanities coursework will be kicked
off by the Institute Lecture  http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi/?q=keynote . This
year’s speaker will be Seb Chan, currently the Director of Digital &
Emerging Media at the Smithsonian, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in
New York City.

We hope that many of you will join us this winter in Maryland for what
promises to be a terrific event. Registration is now available at this
site http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi/?q=registration
.

Like DHSI, we will be offering a limited number of sponsored student
scholarships  http://mith.umd.edu/dhwi/?q=scholarships  to help cover the
cost of attending the Institute. The scholarships are made possible through
the generosity of this year’s DHWI Instructors and the Maryland Institute
for Technology in the Humanities

To keep up with news and events related to DHWI, follow
@dhwi_mith http://twitter.com/dhwi_mith .
For all other enquiries, please contact Jennifer Guiliano,
dhinstitute at umd.edu

-- 
Jennifer Guiliano
Assistant Director

Email:guiliano at umd.edu
Office Phone: (301) 405-9528
Skype: jenguiliano
twitter: @jenguiliano
website: http://mith.umd.edu/





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