[Humanist] 23.679 events: modernism; knowledge representation

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Thu Mar 4 08:20:42 CET 2010

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 679.
         Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Joost Vennekens <Joost.Vennekens at cs.kuleuven.be>          (49)
        Subject: KR 2010 - Early Registration 12 March

  [2]   From:    Peter Shillingsburg <pshillingsburg at luc.edu>              (33)
        Subject: Modernist Networks day conference

        Date: Wed, 3 Mar 2010 10:24:17 +0000
        From: Joost Vennekens <Joost.Vennekens at cs.kuleuven.be>
        Subject: KR 2010 - Early Registration 12 March

			       KR 2010
	    Early Registration Deadline: Friday, March 12

Dear KR Community Member,

Please  join  us  for  the  Twelfth International  Conference  on  the
Principles of Knowledge Representation  and Reasoning (KR 2010), to be
held May  9-13, 2010 at The  Sutton Place Hotel,  in Toronto, Ontario,
Canada. Registration is now open and the deadline to qualify for early
registration  is Friday,  March 12.  KR 2010  will be  co-located with
AAMAS,  FOIS,  ICAPS,  and  NMR. Options  for  cross-registration  are

The  Knowledge Representation  and  Reasoning conference  series is  a
leading  forum for timely,  in-depth presentation  of progress  in the
theory and principles  underlying the representation and computational
management of knowledge. The 2010 conference will feature an extensive
technical program, including a series of invited talks by Ron Brachman
(Yahoo!)  and Hector  Levesque (University  of Toronto),  Ian Horrocks
(University of Oxford), Yoav  Shoham (Stanford University), and Chitta
Baral (Arizona State University), as well as several invited tutorials
by Leonardo  de Moura (Microsoft Research),  Carsten Lutz (Universität
Bremen),  Bernhard Nebel  (University of  Freiburg), and  mc schraefel
(University   of  Southampton).   For   participating  students,   the
conference also includes a doctoral consortium.

For complete conference information, please see


To register, please visit the online registration and information page


For  inquiries  regarding  registration,   please  write  to  AAAI  at
toronto10 at aaai.org.   We look forward  to seeing  you in  Toronto this

The KR 2010 Conference Committee

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        Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2010 04:40:18 +0000
        From: Peter Shillingsburg <pshillingsburg at luc.edu>
        Subject: Modernist Networks day conference

Announcing a Modernist Networks day-conference at Loyola University Chicago from 9:30-4:30 on Saturday, April 10, 2010.

    The fourth in an ongoing series of conferences on textual studies at Loyola, this event will take place in the Klarchek Room of the Information Commons on the Lake Shore Campus.  

    It is sponsored by The Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities and the Martin J. Svaglic Chair in Textual Studies.

Participation is free, including 9:30 tea and coffee and lunch.

Registration in advance is essential to aid us in planning lunch.
Register before 1 April  by sending email to  Peter Shillingsburg (pshillingsburg at luc.edu).
DO NOT use reply ALL to this email;
send an individual email to Peter Shillingsburg separately.)

The distinguished presenters include:

George Bornstein, University of Michigan:  "The Colors of Modernism:  Publishing Blacks, Jews, and Irish in the Early Twentieth Century."

Robin Schulze, Penn State University:  "The Hardware and Software of Modernist Studies:  Building the Digital Future."

Sean Latham, University of Tulsa:  "Creating a New Art:  The Modernist Journals Project and the Archives of the Everyday."

Pamela L. Caughie, Loyola University Chicago: "Sounding Off:  Modernist Sound Scholarship and the Challenges of Publishing."

Do not forget by 1 April to register by sending a message to
pshillingsburg at luc.edu

Information  is also available at the Center's website at: http://ctsdh.luc.edu/?q=conferences

Peter Shillingsburg
The Martin J. Svaglic Professor of Textual Studies
Loyola University Chicago

Martin J Svaglic Chair, Textual Studies
English Department
Loyola University, Chicago
6525 N. Sheridan Dr.
Chicago, IL 60626

773 508-2790

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