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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 11, No. 609.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

[1] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (12)
Subject: MLA Session Call for Proposals

[2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (91)
Subject: Another Coling-ACL'98 Workshop CFP

[3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu> (49)
Subject: Call for papers

Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 15:43:58 -0500 (EST)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: MLA Session Call for Proposals

>> From: "Susanna B Pathak" <sbpathak@hsc.vcu.edu>

Proposals for papers for the following panel at the Modern Language
Association's 1998 Convention in San Francisco are sought:

Trails and Trials of Scholarship in the Digital Age

What significant issues for scholars, publishers, and libraries are
emerging as scholarly communication is transformed due to increasing
digital literacy? How will new practices of peer review, critical
editions, bibliographies, maintaining archives, and managing digital
libraries affect the production and record of scholarship? Detailed
proposals to Susanna Bartmann Pathak [sbpathak@hsc.vcu.edu] by March

Susanna Bartmann Pathak
Virginia Commonwealth Univ. Libraries

Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 15:45:18 -0500 (EST)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: Another Coling-ACL'98 Workshop CFP

>> From: Priscilla Rasmussen <rasmusse@cs.rutgers.edu>

[Apologies if you recieve multiple copies]

Final CFP : DEADLINE March 23, 1998

First Workshop on Computational Terminology


WHEN: August 15, 1998 (immediately following ACL/COLING-98)

WHERE: University of Montreal, Montreal (Quebec, Canada)


The workshop will provide a forum to bring together researchers from
the fields of computational linguistics, terminology, automated
translation, information retrieval and lexicography who share an
interest in computational aspects of terminology processing:
acquisition, extraction, indexing, machine-aided thesaurus building,
dictionary construction, etc. The aim of the workshop is to stimulate
the exchange of innovative ideas and results of diverse aspects of
automatic term processing in order to bridge the gap between these


The topics of the workshop include (but are not limited to):
- Construction of terminology resources
- Semi- or automatic acquisition of terms
- Semi- or automatic acquisition of conceptual knowledge
- Thesaurus construction and maintenance
- Use of terminology resources (term banks, thesauri,
specialized lexicons,...)
- Terms in information retrieval (stemming, automatic indexing,
query expansion, ...)
- Multi-lingual terminological resources for cross-language IR
- Terminology management in machine-aided translation
- Terminology and NLP (parsing, tagging, text understanding,
- Terminology processing for other applications


Only hard-copy submissions will be accepted. Authors should
submit six (6) copies of their full-length paper (3500-5000 words).
Submissions should be sent:

Didier Bourigault
Laboratoire de Linguistique Informatique
Universite Paris XIII
Avenue J.-B. Clement
F-93430 Villetaneuse

Style Files and Templates for Preparing Submissions

The official language of the Conference is English. However, papers
can also be submitted in French. The final version of the papers will
be accompanied by two long abstracts in two different languages.
All the presentation at the workshop will be given in English.


Submission Deadline: March 23, 1998
Notification Date: May 15, 1998
Camera ready copy due: June 15, 1998


Khurshid Ahmad (University of Surrey, UK)
Sophia Ananiadou (Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK)
Peter Anick (Digital Equipment Corporation, USA)
Teresa Cabre (University Pompeu Fabra, Barcelone, Spain)
Ken Church (AT&T Labs Research, USA)
Anne Condamines (CNRS, Toulouse, France)
Bruce Croft (University of Massachusetts, USA)
Ido Dagan (Bar Ilan University, Israel)
Beatrice Daille (IRIN Nantes, France)
Pascale Fung (Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong)
Eric Gaussier (Xerox Research Centre Europe, France)
Gregory Grefenstette (Xerox Research Centre Europe, France)
Stephanie Haas (University of North Carolina, USA)
Benoit Habert (LIMSI & ENS Fontenay-St Cloud, France)
Ulrich Heid (Universitaet Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany)
Kyo Kageura (NACSIS, Tokyo, Japan)
Judith Klavans (Columbia Univesity, USA)
Robert Krovetz (NEC Research Institute, USA)
Robert Losee (University of North Carolina, USA)
Ingrid Meyer (University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Canada)
Jian-Yun Nie (University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada)
Padmini Srinivasan (The University of Iowa, USA)
Tomek Strzalkowski (General Electric Company, USA)
Evelyne Tzoukermann (Bell Labs Innovations, Lucent Technologies, USA)
Richard Wojcik (Boeing Company, USA)
Pierre Zweigenbaum (AP-HP & Universite Paris 6, France)


Didier Bourigault (CNRS and Universite Paris XIII, Paris, France)
Christian Jacquemin (LIMSI/CNRS, France)
Marie-Claude L'Homme (Universite de Montreal, Montreal, Canada)






Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 15:46:10 -0500 (EST)
From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@english.uga.edu>
Subject: Call for papers

>> From: Joan B Fiscella <jbf@uic.edu>

The 20th Annual Conference of the Association for Integrative Studies will
be held at the DoubleTree Hotel in downtown Detroit, Michigan, October
8-11, 1998. It is being co-sponsored by Wayne State University's
Interdisciplinary Studies Program, in the College of Lifelong Learning,
as part of their 25th anniversary. We invite you to submit paper

deadline April 10, 1998

Proposals for the 1998 AIS Conference are invited on the theme of:
Integrative Studies: Building Bridges across Disciplines and Cultures The
conference will focus on the diversity of disciplinary, cultural,
institutional, and organizational boundary-crossing. Submissions from
graduate students are especially encouraged! We invite formal papers,
panel discussions, workshops, round tables , book and research reviews,
and poster sessions on topics such as:

* the internationalization of interdisciplinarity
* interdisciplinarity in the information age
* knowledge, power, and interdisciplinarity
* building active institutional partnerships
* interdisciplinarity and adult education
* interdisciplinary implications for social change
* interdisciplinary curricula and the business community
* the future of interdisciplinarity
* preparing for interdisciplinary teaching
* advancing interdisciplinary graduate criteria

A proposal submission for is available at:

To submit a proposal, send, FAX, or E-mail the information requested on
the proposal submission form by April 10, 1998, to:

Linda Hulber,
AIS Conference Proposal Coordinator:
Interdisciplinary Studies Program.
Wayne State University,
2404 A.A.B., 5700 Cass Ave.
Detroit, MI 48202
Phone:(313)577-6567 FAX: (313)577-8585
Email: LHulber@Cll.Wayne.Edu

For more information about the conference, see:
http://www.muc.muohio.edu/~ais/conf_1998.html or contact Linda Hulbert.

For information on the Association for Integrative Studies, please see:
http://www.muc.muohio.edu/~ais/ or contact: William Newell, Phone:
(513)529-2213, FAX: (513)529-5849, E-mail: NewellWH@MUOhio.Edu

Notification of Acceptance by May 1, 1998.


Joan B. Fiscella
Bibliographer for Professional Studies
University of Illinois at Chicago Library

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