[Humanist] 23.273 new publication: TEI in LLC

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 273.
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        Date: Sun, 06 Sep 2009 11:01:56 +0100
        From: Susan Schreibman <susan.schreibman at gmail.com>
        Subject: Proceedings of the TEI MM 2007 published

Colleagues -- we are delighted to announce that the proceedings of the 
2007 TEI MM has been published by L&LC. It is a rich and varied 
collection of articles that show the range and complexity of research in 
the TEI community. The full volume is available at
http://llc.oxfordjournals.org/current.dtl

The issue contains articles by keynote speakers Fotis Jannidis and 
Melissa Terras (co-authored with Ron Van den Branden, and Edward 
Vanhoutte). The full TOC is listed below:

Fotis Jannidis:  TEI in a crystal ball

Andrea Zielinski, Wolfgang Pempe, Peter Gietz, Martin Haase, Stefan 
Funk, and Christian Simon:   TEI documents in the grid

Christian Wittern, Arianna Ciula, and Conal Tuohy:    The making of TEI P5

Melissa Terras, Ron Van den Branden, and Edward Vanhoutte:   Teaching 
TEI: The Need for TEI by Example

James Cummings:   Converting Saint Paul: A new TEI P5 edition of The 
Conversion of Saint Paul using stand-off methodology
 
Malte Rehbein: Reconstructing the textual evolution of a medieval manuscript

Luigi Siciliano and Viviana Salardi: The digital edition of the Statuta 
comunis Vicentie of 1264

Stephanie A. Schlitz and Garrick S. Bodine:  The TEIViewer: Facilitating 
the transition from XML to web display
 
Peter Boot:  Towards a TEI-based encoding scheme for the annotation of 
parallel texts

Andreas Witt, Georg Rehm, Erhard Hinrichs, Timm Lehmberg, and Jens 
Stegmann:  SusTEInability of linguistic resources through feature 
structures

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