19.496 cfp for CLiP 2006; call for Art On-Line

From: Humanist Discussion Group (by way of Willard McCarty willard.mccarty_at_kcl.ac.uk>
Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005 06:55:57 +0000

               Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 19, No. 496.
       Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                     Submit to: humanist_at_princeton.edu

   [1] From: Paul Spence <paul.spence_at_KCL.AC.UK> (44)
         Subject: CLiP 2006- Final call for papers

   [2] From: timothy murray <tcm1_at_cornell.edu> (33)
         Subject: Call for Art On-Line: eco-poetics, Finger Lakes
                 Environmental Film Festival

         Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005 06:50:49 +0000
         From: Paul Spence <paul.spence_at_KCL.AC.UK>
         Subject: CLiP 2006- Final call for papers

* Apologies for cross-posting *

** Please note that we have extended the Final Call for Papers to 23
December 2005**

CLiP 2006 FINAL CALL FOR PAPERS AND POSTERS The 7th Computers, Literature
and Philology (CLiP) conference:
'Literatures, Languages and Cultural Heritage in a digital world'

Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London, UK Thursday
29 June - Saturday 1 July 2006 http://www.cch.kcl.ac.uk/clip2006/


We welcome submissions that discuss any aspect of the interface between
languages, literature, cultural heritage and Information Technology.

See website for further details.


Submissions may be of two types:

     1. Papers. Abstract submissions should be of 500-1000 words. The duration
of each paper will be 20 minutes. Submissions are peer-reviewed.

     2. Posters/demonstrations. These will consist of poster presentations or
demonstrations of software and will also be peer-reviewed.
They will typically be appropriate for those seeking to demonstrate current
projects and other work in progress. Posters will be displayed throughout
the conference in a central area to ensure maximum opportunity for
feedback/discussion with other delegates. Proposals for posters/software
demonstrations should be submitted as short abstracts of no more than 250


A prize will be awarded to the best poster.


We anticipate that a limited number of bursaries will be available for young
scholars who have their paper or poster submission accepted. The deadlines
for application for bursaries is January 30, 2006.


Submissions may be in Spanish, Italian, German, French or English.


Presentations may be given in the language of the accepted abstract. If the
language is not English we strongly recommend the use of slides in English
to facilitate comprehension. If the language is English, we strongly
recommend the use of slides in one of the other languages named above.


The deadline for paper and poster submissions is December 23, 2005.


The conference website is at: http://www.cch.kcl.ac.uk/clip2006/

Please see website for versions of Call for papers in other languages.

         Date: Sat, 10 Dec 2005 06:51:23 +0000
         From: timothy murray <tcm1_at_cornell.edu>
         Subject: Call for Art On-Line: eco-poetics, Finger Lakes
Environmental Film Festival



CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival at
Ithaca College, Ithaca, New York. Deadline: January , 2006.
Deadline: January 3, 2006.

The Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival seeks seek finished
projects of electronic art, ready to be mounted on-line, on the theme
of eco-poetics. Selected artistic interventions on electronic
interfaces between sustainability and environmental thought will be
exhibited at The 9th Annual Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival
at Ithaca College, March 30-April 6, 2006, and subsequently
maintained in off-line form in The Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media
Art, Cornell University Library.

How might new media environments and technological flows intervene in
eco-culture and eco-politics? What is the relationship between the
techne of eco-poetics and the imperative of eco-politics? How do
internet paradigms of speed, flow, and traffic impact notions of
sustainability? Do mobile technologies and global positioning
systems provide platforms for ecological activism? What about the
military's utilization of ludic gaming systems for digital terror and
ecological devastation? How might new media interventions offset the
media blackouts of the global ecology of war and public health
degradation? How can the artistic mixing of ecological and poetic
materials-organic, inorganic, technological, aural, visual-create
alternative and fertile environments in new media culture?

Please send a description of your project, including conceptual
abstract, technical format, and preview URL, to the Festival On-Line
Curators, Timothy Murray, Patricia R. Zimmernann, and Tom Shevory:
e-mail address: tcm1_at_cornell.edu

Further information about the Finger Lakes Environmental Festival can
be found at: http://www.ithaca.edu/fleff

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