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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 242.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: Elisabeth Burr <visitor@computing- (57)
             Subject: CLiP 200: "Philology and Information Technology"

       [2] From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org> (42)
             Subject: Design 2002; "Digital Promise" Forum

       [3] From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org> (70)
             Subject: MCN/CIMI Joint Conference

             Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 08:36:32 +0100
             From: Elisabeth Burr <visitor@computing-services.oxford.ac.uk>
             Subject: CLiP 200: "Philology and Information Technology"

                            Call for proposals

                          International Seminar
                                 CLiP 2001
                 "Philology and Information Technology"
                  Gerhard-Mercator-Universitt Duisburg

    CLiP 2001 aims at the conceptualisation of a multilingual European
    study program where students not only acquire solid basic knowledge
    in philological contents and methods but at the same time qualify
    for the computational processing of language, text and cultural con-
    tents in general. The program is to be offered jointly by universities
    in different European countries and is to be realised with the help
    of the European mobility programs (Sokrates/Erasmus) already in place,
    with the help of distance teaching, distance studying, eLearning and
    internships in European IT-Industries/Media enterprises or academic IT

    CLiP 2001, therefore, invites contributions above all from researchers
    and teachers at European universities

         - who already make use of Information Technology in their research
           and teaching,
         - who actively take part in digitalisation projects,
         - who contribute to the realisation of virtual universities, digital
           study modules and language courses

    and from the European IT-Industries / Media enterprises

         - who need multilingual humanists,
         - who want to contribute their suggestions regarding relevant key
           qualifications to the concept of such a program,
         - who are able and willing to offer internships for students.

    CLiP 2001 invites contributions to the following sessions

         1.State of the Art

         - Basic theories, models and methods with respect to the
    computational processing
           of philological contents;
         - Main fields of computer based research and of the digitalisation of
    cultural heritage;
         - Key qualifications from the perspective of IT-Industries, Media
           Publishers etc.

         2.Degree Course "Philology and Information Technology"

         - Contents and structure
         - Similar programmes of study

         3.Realisation of a multilingual European Degree Course

         - Virtual Universities, Online-modules;
         - Exchange, study and research periods in a foreign country,
    internship in a foreign
         - Computer aided language tuition and language learning (e.g.
         - Technologies of the 3rd generation (e.g. UMST etc.)

    30.09.2001 Submission deadline for papers (incl. abstract)
    15.10.2001 Notification of acceptance

    For more information on the seminar see:


    Prof'in Dr. Elisabeth Burr
    Gerhard-Mercator-Universitt Duisburg

             Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 08:38:14 +0100
             From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org>
             Subject: Design 2002; "Digital Promise" Forum

    News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
    from across the Community
    September 13, 2001

                                Design 2002 Conference
                                 May 14-17: Dubrovnik
                        Call for Papers Deadline: Oct 31, 2001

                                       * * *

              Carnegie Corporation Hosts Third Forum on DIGITAL PROMISE Project

    >From: "Design 2002" <design2002@fsb.hr>
    >To: "Design 2002 participants" <design2002@fsb.hr>
    >>Date: Tue, 11 Sep 2001 11:59:34 +0200

    This is the call for papers & participation for the
    DESIGN 2002 conference, MAY, 2002 DUBROVNIK.

    Please, feel free to forward this message to interested people.
    We apologize if you receive this email more than once.

    DESIGN 2002 will be the 7th successive meeting of professional designers,
    design researchers and members of the academic community. The goal of the
    conference is to bring together researchers who have worked on or thought
    about design from a variety of perspectives, disciplines, and fields:
    engineering, aesthetics, ergonomics, psychology, sociology, and other
    Therefore, we encourage contributions describing the role and importance of
    collaborative design in the overall product cycle and the interdependencies
    between the design activity and other product development processes. We
    invite all the experts, researchers and practitioners who want to share
    their knowledge, theoretical or practical experience on mechanical
    engineering and industrial design to join us in Dubrovnik.

    - Design research & technology
    - Supportive technologies
    - Industrial solutions
    - Design information systems & knowledge management
    - Multidisciplinary aspects (&implications on) of design
    - Design education
    - Technical systems
    - Analysis technologies

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             Date: Fri, 14 Sep 2001 08:38:49 +0100
             From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org>
             Subject: MCN/CIMI Joint Conference

    News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
    from across the Community
    September 13, 2001

                        Museum Computer Network/CIMI Joint Conference
                          October 24-27, 2001; Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
                              Early Registration Deadline Sept 15:

    >Date: 22 Aug 2001 12:03:41 -0500
    >From: Robin Dowden <robin.dowden@walkerart.org>
    >>Reply-To: Robin Dowden <robin.dowden@walkerart.org>
    >**apologies for cross postings **

    MCN/CIMI Joint Conference Explores Key Applications that Shape Museum
    Visitors' Experience
    October 24-27, 2001
    Cincinnati, Ohio, USA

    Register online http://www.mcn.edu/mcn2001/index.htm

    MCN and CIMI are pleased to announce the opening and closing plenary speakers.

    Genevieve Bell
    Genevieve Bell, is a design ethnographer within the Intel Architecture Labs
    at Intel in Hillsboro, Oregon. Her group, Peoples and Practices Research,
    is responsible for finding new users and new uses for technology using
    social science research methods. Genevieve has conducted ethnographic
    fieldwork in households across Western Europe, China and the United States.
    She is interested in the intersections of emerging technologies and social
    practice as they occur within domestic and public spaces. Prior to joining
    Intel in August of 1998, Genevieve taught anthropology and Native American
    studies at Stanford University. She has conducted fieldwork with indigenous
    peoples in the US and Australia. Genevieve holds a PhD in cultural
    anthropology from Stanford University and a combined AB/MA from Bryn Mawr
    College in Philadelphia.

    Lise Anne Couture
    Lise Anne Couture, is an architect and principle of Asymptote Architecture,
    New York, New York. Asymptote's work ranges from experimental
    installations and computer generated environments to building design and
    urban planning. Most recently, Asymptote participated in the exhibit,
    01.01.01: Art in Technological Times, at the San Francisco Museum of Modern
    Art, and designed a large scale computer generated environment for the New
    York Stock Exchange. Future projects include the design and implementation
    of the Guggenheim Virtual Museum, a fully interactive multi-dimensional
    digital architecture accessible as both actual building and through the

    Second generation hand-held devices...immersive environments....wearable
    technologies...smart architecture...rich multimedia...user-centered design.
    Robin Dowden and Angela Spinazze, Conference Co-chairs

    Robin Dowden
    Director, Integrated Information Resources
    Walker Art Center
    612-375-7541 voice
    612-375-7575 fax
    robin.dowden@walkerart.org http://www.walkerart.org


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