[Humanist] 27.600 events: publishing text workshop; inaugural lecture

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 600.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Melissa Terras <melissaterras at gmail.com>                  (19)
        Subject: Inaugural Lecture in Digital Humanities - Melissa Terras at
                UCL - Tues 27th May

  [2]   From:    Greta Franzini <franzini at INFORMATIK.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE>       (68)
        Subject: Publishing Text for a Digital Age: 2014 Workshop


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        Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2013 11:06:24 +0000
        From: Melissa Terras <melissaterras at gmail.com>
        Subject: Inaugural Lecture in Digital Humanities - Melissa Terras at UCL - Tues 27th May


Dear Friends in DH,

Booking for my inaugural lecture - A Decade in Digital Humanities - to be held at UCL, London, at 6.30pm on Tues 27th May, has just gone live. Tickets are free but booking is essential to ensure a space. It would be great to see as many friends in Digital Humanities there as possible, please do sign up at http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/inaugural-lecture-professor-melissa-terras-ucl-information-studies-dis-tickets-9177699747 if you would like to attend.

best wishes,

Melissa 
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Melissa M. Terras MA MSc DPhil CLTHE CITP FHEA
Director, UCL Centre for Digital Humanities
Professor of Digital Humanities
Department of Information Studies
Foster Court
University College London
Gower Street
WC1E 6BT
 
Tel: 020-7679-7206 (direct), 020-7679-7204 (dept), 020-7383-0557 (fax)
Email: m.terras at ucl.ac.uk
Web: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/infostudies/melissa-terras/
Blog: http://melissaterras.blogspot.com/
Twitter: @melissaterras



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        Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2013 14:32:41 +0100
        From: Greta Franzini <franzini at INFORMATIK.UNI-LEIPZIG.DE>
        Subject: Publishing Text for a Digital Age: 2014 Workshop
        In-Reply-To: <529C4C0B.9050808 at informatik.uni-leipzig.de>


*Publishing Text for a Digital Age*

March 27-30, 2014
Tufts University
Medford MA
perseus_neh (at) tufts.edu
http://sites.tufts.edu/digitalagetext/2014-workshop/

Call for contributions!
http://sites.tufts.edu/digitalagetext/2014-workshop/ 

As a follow-on to Working with Text in a Digital Age, an NEH-funded 
Institute for Advanced Technologies in the Digital Humanities and in 
collaboration with the/Open Philology Project/ <www.dh.uni-leipzig.de>at 
the University of Leipzig, Tufts University announces a two-day workshop 
on publishing textual data that is available under an open license, that 
is structured for machine analysis as well as human inspection, and that 
is in a format that can be preserved over time. The purpose of this 
workshop is to establish specific guidelines for digital publications 
that publish and/or annotate textual sources from the human record. The 
registration for the workshop will be free but space will be limited. 
Some support for travel and expenses will be available. We particularly 
encourage contributions from students and early-career researchers.
Textual data can include digital versions of traditional critical 
editions and translations but such data also includes annotations that 
make traditional tasks (such as looking up or quoting a primary source) 
machine-actionable, annotations that may build upon print antecedents 
(e.g., dynamic indexes of places that can be used to generate maps and 
geospatial visualizations), and annotations that are only feasible in a 
digital space (such as alignments between source text and translation or 
exhaustive markup of morphology, syntax, and other linguistic features).
Contributions can be of two kinds:

1. Collectionsof textual data that conform to existing guidelines listed 
below. These collections must include a narrative description of their 
contents, how they were produced and what audiences and purposes they 
were designed to serve.

2. Contributions about formats for publication. These contributions must 
contain sufficient data to illustrate their advantages and to allow 
third parties to develop new materials.

All textual data must be submitted under a Creative Commons license. 
Where documents reflect a particular point of view by a particular 
author and where the original expression should for that reason not be 
changed, they may be distributed under a CC-BY-ND license. All other 
contributions must be distributed under a CC-BY-SA license. Most 
publications may contain data represented under both categories: the 
introduction to an edition or a data set, reflecting the reasons why one 
or more authors made a particular set of decisions, can be distributed 
under a CC-BY-ND license. All data sets (such as geospatial annotation, 
morphosyntactic analyses, reconstructed texts with textual notes, 
diplomatic editions, translations) should be published under a CC-BY-SA 
license.

*Contributors should submit abstracts of up to 500 words toEasyChair 
<https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=perseusnehiatdh14>. 
We particularly welcome abstracts that describe data available already 
available under a Creative Commons license. *

Dates:
January 1, 2014:  Submissions are due. Pleasesubmit via EasyChair 
<https://www.easychair.org/account/signin.cgi?conf=perseusnehiatdh14>.
January 20, 2014:  Notification.

-- 
Greta Franzini
Research Associate
Digital Humanities
Department of Computer Science
University of Leipzig
Augustusplatz 10-11
04109 Leipzig, Germany
  
Phone: +49 341 97 32330
Email:franzini at informatik.uni-leipzig.de
Web:www.dh.uni-leipzig.de





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