Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 16, No. 253.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Date: Tue, 08 Oct 2002 06:46:14 +0100
From: Ray Siemens <email@example.com>
Subject: CFP -- CaSTA: The Inaugural Canadian Symposium on Text
The Inaugural Canadian Symposium on Text Analysis Research
Montreal, November 23rd, 2002
TAPoR (Text Analysis Portal for Research)
In 2001, a small group of Canadian researchers sought and
achieved the seemingly impossible -- an enhanced infrastructure for
computing in the humanities in Canada. With a approximately $6.8
million grant from the Canadian Foundation for Innovation and
matching provincial and corporate funding, the group is in the
process of changing the face of humanities computing nationally
In conjunction with its fall meeting in Montreal on November 23rd,
the group is holding its first Symposium. Researchers, graduate
students and others in the academic community are invited to
participate and/or attend.
The Symposium will have two parts:
1.About 75% devoted to research presentations; the author of the
best submission will be invited to give the keynote address
2.About 25% devoted to a panel on TAPoR -- its Future.
Submissions are invited for on a panel on visions of the future.
What can and should TAPoR do? How should it serve the
humanities research community? What should TAPoR be in 5
years? 10 years?
To participate, please submit a 300-500 word abstract by October
25th to firstname.lastname@example.org. Authors will be notified within
one week of receipt.
Topics include but are not limited to the following:
a) digitization and representation of text
b) TEI, XML and other encoding techniques
c) metadata issues for humanities text
d) use of humanities digital resources
e) needs of the humanities community
f) cross-disciplinary use of texts
g) other topics that you deem of interest to the community
The Symposium will be held at Faculty of Law, Universit de
*MONTREAL*, 3101, chemin de la Tour (close to Queen-Mary and
Decelles) on November 23rd, from 9:00-12:30.
You will find information about Montreal at: http://www.tourisme-
montreal.org/B2C/00/default.asp. Some hotels that you might
Hotel Le Cantlie (http://www.hotelcantlie.com) (about $119 per
night) which is downtown.
Htel Terrasse Royale (http://www.terrasse-royale.com) (about
$85)which is walking distance to the Faculty.
Mention that you are with the Universit de Montral to get the
rates mentioned above.
Elaine Toms, Chair
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