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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 192.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (23)
             Subject: CFP: IWPT'01 in Beijing

       [2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (14)
             Subject: 2nd CFP: LREC 2002

       [3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (26)
             Subject: CFP: RANLP-2001

       [4] From: Kevin Brooks <Kevin_Brooks@ndsu.nodak.edu> (57)
             Subject: Futures of World Literatures and Literacies

             Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 08:18:13 +0100
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: CFP: IWPT'01 in Beijing

    >> From: Harry Bunt <Harry.Bunt@kub.nl>

                  C a l l f o r P a r t i c i p a t i o n

                                  IWPT 2001

              7th International Workshop on Parsing Technologies

                           Sponsored by ACL/SIGPARSE

                              17-19 October, 2001
                                Beijing, China



    Against the backdrop of the Forbidden City, the Great Wall, the Temple
    of Heaven, the Summer Palace, and many other cultural and natural
    highlights, the Institute of Computational Linguistics at Peking
    University, Beijing, China, will host the 7th International Workshop
    on Parsing Technologies (IWPT'01) from 17 to 19 October, 2001.
    (Note that October is the most beautiful and pleasant time of the year
    in Beijing, with average daytime temperatures of around 20 degrees
    Centigrade and average nighttime low of 9 degrees C.)

    IWPT'01 continues the tradition of biennial workshops on parsing
    technology organised by SIGPARSE, the Special Interest Group on Parsing
    of the Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL).

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             Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 08:19:12 +0100
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: 2nd CFP: LREC 2002

    >> From: Magali Duclaux <duclaux@elda.fr>


                       LREC 2002
    Third Language Resources and Evaluation Conference

    The detailed second Call for Papers for the Third LREC
    conference is available on the Internet at the following
    address: www.lrec-conf.org

    Main Conference: 29-30-31 May 2002
    Workshops: 27-28 May and 1-2 June 2002

    Las Palmas, Canary Islands (Spain)

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             Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 08:20:23 +0100
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: CFP: RANLP-2001

    >> From: galia@lmlserver.bas.bg (Galia Angelova)

                       Recent Advances in NLP (RANLP2001)
                   Tzigov Chark, Bulgaria, 5-7 September 2001
                 Supported by the European Commission, DGXII,
    Human Potential Programme,High Level Scientific Conferences,
                        Contract number HPCF-2000-00329

                                    Main Local Organisers:

    Central Laboratory for Parallel Processing, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences
                                 (BIS-21 Center of Excellence)
                The Bulgarian Association for Computational Linguistics

                           MorphoLogic, Budapest, Hungary
                 OntoText Lab., Sirma AI Ltd, Sofia, Bulgaria

    The conference will be preceeded by two days tutorials (3-4 September)

              Walter Daelemans (University of Antwerp / Tilburg University),
              Graeme Hirst (University of Toronto),
              Eduard Hovy (ISI, USC),
              Martin Kay (Xerox Parc),
              Kemal Oflazer (Sabanci University),
              James Pustejovsky (Brandeis University)

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             Date: Wed, 22 Aug 2001 09:26:00 +0100
             From: Kevin Brooks <Kevin_Brooks@ndsu.nodak.edu>
             Subject: Futures of World Literatures and Literacies

    CALL FOR PAPERS: Futures of World Literatures and Literacies

    The Fifth Annual International Red River Conference on World Literature and
    the Fifth Annual Great Plains Alliance for Computers and Writing invite
    proposals for a joint conference, "Futures of World Literatures and

    April 25-28, 2002
    North Dakota State University
    Fargo ND, USA

    Deadline for submission of proposals: November 30, 2001.

    The conference is being sponsored by the Department of English, North
    Dakota State University, Fargo ND, 58105. Proposals (300 words) for RRCWL
    should be directed to Kevin Brooks; proposals for GPACW should be directed
    to Elizabeth Birmingham. Please include your name, complete mailing
    address, and e-mail address. Proposals for panels must include an abstract
    for each presenter, as well as names, addresses, and e-mail addresses of
    all participants. Email and online submissions are welcome, but please
    include postal addresses. Send inquiries to: Kevin_Brooks@ndsu.nodak.edu or

    The RRCWL and GPACW conferences will run concurrently; sessions within each
    conference will run consecutively. Featured speakers will be shared by both
    conferences. While we are particularly interested in proposals that address
    the conference theme, papers on all aspects of world literature and computers
    and writing will be considered. Possible topics include, but are not
    limited to:

    * New writers, new readers, re-readings, and new interests in literary and
    literacy studies.
    * Globalization and its impact on literature and literacy.
    * The future of oral and literate traditions.
    * The future (of the) human/body/text.
    * Neocolonialism, postcolonialism, and the shaping of world literatures and
    literacy practices.
    * Hybridity, difference, and commonality in global culture and online.
    * Curricular changes and innovations-world literature and electronic
    literacy courses in institutional contexts.
    * Hypertext, film, new media-what will literature and literacy become in
    the future?
    * Teaching in the 21st century: pedagogy and practice in world literature
    and e-literacies.
    * Access to and accessibility of world literatures and technologies of

    Featured Speakers

    Carolyn Guyer is author of the hypertext Quibbling, essays on writing in
    the new millennium, co-author with Michael Joyce of Lasting Image, and
    co-ordinator of the Mother Millennia Project-an online collection of
    stories about mothers from around the world.

    Cass Dalglish, Professor of English, Augsburg College, Minneapolis, and
    author of Nin, a novel which uncovers and recovers the writings of women
    from Sumerian tablets to the World Wide Web.

    Geoffrey Sirc, Horace T. Morse Distinguished Teaching Professor in
    Composition, University of Minnesota, is author of "Never Mind the
    Tagmemics, Where's the Sex Pistols" and many other essays. He works in
    composition, broadly defined, especially where art, technology, voice, and
    writing intersect. His book, _Composition as a Happening II_, will be
    published by NCTE.

    International scholars, including Canadians, are invited to apply for
    travel funds generously donated by the President of North Dakota State

    Go to http://www.ndsu.edu/RRCWL for further details about the conference.

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