[Humanist] 27.612 events: TaTeX for editions; German Digital Humanities

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 612.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Malte Rehbein <malte.rehbein at uni-passau.de>               (39)
        Subject: Fristverlängerung 'Digital Humanities - methodischer
                Brückenschlag oder "feindliche Übernahme"?'

  [2]   From:    maurizio lana <maurizio.lana at gmail.com>                   (49)
        Subject: winter school on LaTeX for critical editions


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        Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 19:30:46 +0100
        From: Malte Rehbein <malte.rehbein at uni-passau.de>
        Subject: Fristverlängerung 'Digital Humanities - methodischer Brückenschlag oder "feindliche Übernahme"?'


Announcement in German on the first annual conference of the Association 
of Digital Humanities in the German speaking countries, Passau, 25-28 
March 2014:

Sehr geehrte Damen und Herren,

Beiträge zur Tagung der Digital Humanities im deutschsprachigen Raum 
(DHd) vom 25.-28. März 2014 in Passau können nun noch bis zum *1. Januar 
2014* eingereicht werden. Rund ums Konferenzmotto 'Digital Humanities - 
methodischer Brückenschlag oder "feindliche Äbernahme"? -- Chancen und 
Risiken der Begegnung zwischen Geisteswissenschaften und Informatik' 
erwarten Sie kontroverse Diskussionen, Präsentationen von aktueller 
Forschung und anwendungsnahen Projekten der DH im deutschsprachigen Raum 
und Workshops.

Die wichtigsten Informationen:

- Keynote-Vorträge: Prof. Dr. John Nerbonne (Universität Groningen, 
Präsident der European Association for Digital Humanities): Die 
Informatik als Geisteswissenschaft und Prof. Dr. Katja Kwastek (Freie 
Universität Amsterdam): Vom Bild zum Bild. Digital Humanities jenseits 
des Texts

- Tagungs-Website: http://www.dhd2014.uni-passau.de

- Call for Papers: http://www.dhd2014.uni-passau.de/call-for-papers

- Einreichungen: https://www.conftool.pro/dhd2014

- Programmkomitee: Prof. Dr. Tara Lee Andrews, Universität Bern; Prof. 
Dr. Andreas Fickers, Université du Luxembourg; Prof. Dr. Reinhard 
Förtsch, Deutsches Archäologisches Institut Berlin; Prof. Dr. Gerhard 
Lauer, Universität Göttingen; Prof. Dr. Claudine Moulin, Universität 
Trier; Prof. Dr. Malte Rehbein, Universität Passau; Dr. Thomas Stäcker, 
Herzog August Bibliothek Wolfenbüttel; Prof. Dr. Manfred Thaller, 
Universität zu Köln.

Wir freuen uns auf Ihren Beitrag, und auf bald in Passau
Malte Rehbein

-- 
Prof. Dr. Malte Rehbein
Lehrstuhl für Digital Humanities

Universität Passau
Innstraße 40 / NK 430
D-94032 Passau

fon: +49.851.509.3450 (Sekretariat -3451)
email: malte.rehbein at uni-passau.de
web: http://www.uni-passau.de/rehbein


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        Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2013 21:56:09 +0100
        From: maurizio lana <maurizio.lana at gmail.com>
        Subject: winter school on LaTeX for critical editions


[my apologies for unavoidable crossposting]

dear all,
I am pleased to announce the "winter school on LaTeX for critical 
editions" which will be held in Vercelli, Università degli Studi del 
Piemonte Orientale, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici, January 27-31 
2014. The school is endorsed by the italian Associazione per 
l'Informatica Umanistica e la Cultura Digitale (AIUCD) and by the 
European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH). The scientific 
committee is made by Raffaella Tabacco full professor of Latin 
literature and Maurizio Lana researcher of librarianship at Università 
del Piemonte Orientale; and Ermanno Malaspina, associate professor of 
Latin literature and Andrea Balbo researcher of Latin literature at 
Università di Torino.

The school which is aimed particularly but not exclusively to 
postgraduate and postdoc students will teach from scratch how to build a 
critical edition of a classical text (testbed made by 1 short Latin text 
with a small tradition - no more than 4-5 mss) using LaTeX so to have 
files ready for typographic printing: comparison of /mss/, /stemma/ 
generation, bibliography management, and so on. The school will be 
taught in English.

The lessons are divided between 2 days of general LaTeX which will be 
taught by Claudio Beccari (emeritus of Politecnico di Torino) of Gruppo 
utilizzatori Italiani di TeX (GuIT) and moderator of its forum; and 3 
days of philological LaTeX which will be taught by Guido Milanese (of 
Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore di Milano), an Italian scholar 
which uses LaTeX for textual studies.

There are 12 places available, enrollment is free, all the interested 
people should write to m.lana at lett.unipmn.it 
<mailto:m.lana at lett.unipmn.it> and attach a motivational letter which 
will be evaluated by the scientific committee should the requests exceed 
the available places. Deadline for the requests is January 10 2014. At 
the end of every section of the school (general LaTeX; philological 
LaTeX) the participants will receive a certificate of attendance.
[a note on 'split enrollment': it is possible to ask to enroll only for 
the 2 initial days on general LaTeX; enrollment for the 3 philological 
days only must be supported by proof of knowledge of at least basic LaTeX]

The five school days will offer some social events (visit to the 
Vercelli Book; evening/night in Turin for some wandering around in the 
young people places; ...).

Accommodation will be available in the university residence, and at an 
agreed price in a hotel in Vercelli. Practical details will be mailed to 
the attending people.

See you in Vercelli!

for the organizing committee
maurizio lana

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Maurizio Lana - ricercatore
Università del Piemonte Orientale, Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici
via Manzoni 8, 13100 Vercelli - tel. +39 347 7370925





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