[Humanist] 31.780 events: creativity; music encoding

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Wed Apr 18 06:50:30 CEST 2018

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 31, No. 780.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
                Submit to: humanist at lists.digitalhumanities.org

  [1]   From:    BEATRIZ GARRIDO-RAMOS <bgarridoramos at gmail.com>           (48)
        Subject: Workshop on DH and CC - University of Salamanca, Spain, June
                25th, 2018

  [2]   From:    Raffaele Viglianti <rviglian at umd.edu>                     (14)
        Subject: Music Encoding Conference 2018 - Registration reminder

        Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2018 15:34:52 +0000
        From: BEATRIZ GARRIDO-RAMOS <bgarridoramos at gmail.com>
        Subject: Workshop on DH and CC - University of Salamanca, Spain, June 25th, 2018



The so-called Digital Humanities have favored the inclusion of new
methods, approaches and perspectives for study and research in many areas
such as the Humanities and Social Sciences. New areas, objects
and methodologies that allow the epistemological approach from other points
of view and different perspectives. However, the above would not be
possible without the formation of interdisciplinary teams that will carry
out a collaborative and complementary work for the development of research
and projects that link humanistic and scientific-technical profiles.

Important Dates

   - Paper Deadline: April 30th, 2018
   - Notifications to Authors: May 10th, 2018
   - Camera-Ready Deadline: May 25th, 2018
   - Workshop: June 25th, 2018


The suggested topics to present and / or expose to the Humanities workshop
Digital are the following:

   - Cultural, historical and ideological aspects of the Digital Humanities
   - Files and documentation: digitalization, preservation
   - Libraries and digital collections: creation, management, maintenance
   - Digital Culture: access, participation, collaboration and dissemination
   - Standards
   - Metadata
   - Resources, tools and free software for its application to Humanities
   - Digital methodologies
   - Computational Creativity

Submission Instructions

The research articles, projects and work in progress that are sent to be
part of the workshop will have an approximate length of 5-8 pages, and will
be sent in ICCC format (ICCC-author-kit.zip
through the easychair platform to proceed to double-blind peer review and
guarantee thus the anonymity of the participants.

The language can be English and / or Spanish. In addition to novel articles
and research on Digital Humanities, presentations of ongoing projects will
also be accepted (with the possibility of sending a recording if not all
the information or material is available on site) for which an estimated
time of 10-15 minutes will be given to the authors. Subsequently, a round
of questions will be opened among the attendees, in order to encourage
debate and the generation of knowledge in the field of Digital Humanities.

The papers must be submitted to the Easychair link:


Beatriz Garrido Ramos - Department of Spanish Literature and Theory of
Literature. Assistant Professor University UNED (Spain).

José Ángel Méndez Martínez - Director of ArtyHum Digital Journal of Arts
and Humanities.

        Date: Tue, 17 Apr 2018 18:05:09 +0000
        From: Raffaele Viglianti <rviglian at umd.edu>
        Subject: Music Encoding Conference 2018 - Registration reminder

MEC2018: Music Encoding Conference

This year's Music Encoding Conference is hosted by the University of Maryland, College Park 22-25 May 2018.

Early bird registration to the conference closes on April 22nd. http://music-encoding.org/conference/2018/

The Music Encoding Conference is the annual focal point for the Music Encoding Initiative community

Music encoding is a critical component of the emerging fields of digital musicology, digital editions, symbolic music information retrieval, and others. At the centre of these fields, the Music Encoding Conference has emerged as an important cross-disciplinary venue for theorists, musicologists, librarians, and technologists to meet and discuss new advances in their fields.
Encoding and Performance

This year’s theme “Encoding and Performance” will explore the relationship between music encoding and performance practice, such as digital dynamic scores, use of encoded music for pedagogical purposes related to performance, and speculation about future interconnections.

Best wishes,
Raff Viglianti on behalf of the MEC2018 organizers

Raffaele Viglianti, PhD
Research Programmer
Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
University of Maryland

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