[Humanist] 24.447 events: DH2011; SHARP 2011

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 24, No. 447.
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  [1]   From:    "Dr. Katherine D. Harris" <katherine.harris at sjsu.edu>     (51)
        Subject: CFP: Digital Poster Session (SHARP 2011)

  [2]   From:    Katherine L Walter <kwalter at unlnotes.unl.edu>             (24)
        Subject: DH 2011 Last call for proposals

        Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 00:07:06 -0700
        From: "Dr. Katherine D. Harris" <katherine.harris at sjsu.edu>
        Subject: CFP: Digital Poster Session (SHARP 2011)


Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing International
Washington DC
July 14 - July 17, 2011

The Book in Art &
Sponsored by the Smithsonian Institution Libraries, the Library of Congress,
the Folger Shakespeare Library and Institute, and the Corcoran College of
Art + Design.

This year’s conference theme, the Book in Art & Science, is an appropriate
opportunity to highlight SHARP’s continuing commitment to digital humanities
projects, tools or techniques or work in progress. This particular session
encourages proposals from any college or university digital humanities
program, center or group to present a poster that overviews their program.
Posters may include a demonstration, traditional printed poster or a
combination of both.

A brief bio and short abstracts (250-300 words) should be submitted to
Katherine D. Harris (katherine.harris at email.sjsu.edu) by November 15, 2010.
Please include any technical requirements (e.g., Internet access). This
panel will undergo the normal review procedure by the SHARP conference
committee. One participant for each proposal must be a member of SHARP prior
to the conference.

Founded in 1991, the Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and
Publishing is a global network of literary scholars, historians, librarians,
booksellers, and publishing professionals. With more than 1,000 members in
over 20 countries, SHARP works in concert with a number of affiliated
scholarly organizations around the world to encourage the study of book

Evoking Washington's status as an artistic and scientific center, "The Book
in Art & Science" is a theme open to multiple interpretations. Besides
prompting considerations of the book as a force in either art or science or
the two fields working in tandem, it also encourages examinations of the
scientific text; the book as a work of art; the art and science of
manuscript, print, or digital textual production; the role of censorship and
politics in the creation, production, distribution, or reception of
particular scientific or artistic texts; the relationship between the verbal
and the visual in works of art or science; art and science titles from the
standpoint of publishing history or the histories of specific publishers;
and much more.

Dr. Katherine D. Harris
Assistant Professor
Department of English & Comparative Literature
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0090
Email: katherine.harris at sjsu.edu
Phone: 408.924.4475

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        Date: Thu, 28 Oct 2010 15:47:27 -0500
        From: Katherine L Walter <kwalter at unlnotes.unl.edu>
        Subject: DH 2011 Last call for proposals
        In-Reply-To: References: 

The international Program Committee for the Digital Humanities 2011 conference
announces its last call for all proposals--proposals for posters, short papers,
long papers, panels and pre-conference tutorials and workshops. The deadline is
Monday, 1 Nov 2010, at 12 midnight GMT.  Unlike calls in past years, this is a
firm deadline. 

Submissions should be made through the DH 2011 web site, http://
dh2011.stanford.edu, using the conference installation of ConfTool.  If you
have previously used ConfTool to submit a paper, review papers, or register for
Digital Humanities conference and cannot remember your user name, please
contact us at dh2011 at digitalhumanities.org.   If you cannot remember your
password, the system will generate a new password for you.

Thanks to all of you who have already submitted! 

Members of the Program Committee are:

Arianna Ciula, ALLC
Jan Rybicki, ALLC
John Nerbonne, ALLC
Dan O'Donnell, SDI-SEMI
Cara Leitch, SDI-SEMI
Dominic Forest, SDI-SEMI
Bethany Nowviskie, ACH
Dot Porter, ACH
John Walsh, ACH
Katherine Walter (ACH: Chair)

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