13.0267 CFP: Future of Arts & Humanities Computing Centre

Humanist (humanist@kcl.ac.uk)
Tue, 16 Nov 1999 21:58:59 +0000

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 13, No. 267.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

Date: Tue, 16 Nov 1999 20:59:17 +0000
To: Humanist Discussion Group <Humanist@kcl.ac.uk>
From: "R.G. Siemens" <RaySiemens@home.com> (by way of Willard McCarty
<willard.mccarty@kcl.ac.uk>) (by way of Humanist <humanist@kcl.ac.uk>)
Subject: CFP: The Future of the Arts & Humanities Computing Centre
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Call for Papers:

*The Future of the Arts & Humanities Computing Centre*

Computing centres serving the Arts and Humanities have seen some notable
changes in recent years, and the future promises a continued evolution --
one concurrent with a number of influential forces, among them the changing
perceptions of what constitutes 'computing' in Arts and Humanities

Proposals for papers that treat issues central to the future of the Arts &
Humanities Computing Centre are invited for a panel presentation and
discussion at the meeting of the Consortium for Computers in the Humanities
/ Consortium pour ordinateurs en sciences humaines at the Canadian Congress
of Learned Societies, Edmonton, Alberta (May, 2000).

Accompanying this panel will be presentations by

Alan Burk, U of New Brunswick
Electronic Text Centre
Terry Butler, U of Alberta
Technologies for Learning Centre
Peter Liddell, U of Victoria
Language Centre
Geoffrey Rockwell, McMaster U
Humanities Computing Centre

Each will speak about their centre, its history and role, and its projected

Detailed paper proposals on the future of the Arts & Humanities Computing
Centre should be submitted for consideration, by December 15, to

R.G. Siemens
English, Malaspina University-College
Nanaimo, BC, Canada. V9R 5S5
e-mail: RaySiemens@home.com