15.369 lectures; conferences

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Date: Fri Nov 16 2001 - 04:24:50 EST

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 369.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: "Bobley, Brett" <BBobley@neh.gov> (39)
             Subject: Announcing: NEH eHumanities Lecture Series

       [2] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (27)
             Subject: CFP: COLING-2002

       [3] From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu> (37)
             Subject: CFP: ACL-02

             Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 09:16:05 +0000
             From: "Bobley, Brett" <BBobley@neh.gov>
             Subject: Announcing: NEH eHumanities Lecture Series

    The National Endowment for the Humanities
             eHumanities Lecture Series

    The NEH invites you to attend the next three installments of the eHumanities
    Lecture Series. The goal of this series is to bring leading scholars to
    Washington to discuss the relationship of digital technology and the
    humanities. Last year, we had a terrific turnout for our free lecture series
    held here at the Old Post Office in Washington, DC.

    See our web page for detailed information and to register:


    Please feel free to pass this to colleagues.


    December 11
    "Farewell to the Information Age"
    Principal Scientist, Xerox Palo Alto Research Center
    Professor of Linguistics, Stanford University

    February 13
    "After the Internet"
    Professor of Classical Studies
    Vice Provost for Information Systems and Computing
    University of Pennsylvania

    February 27
    "The Next Generation of Digital Scholarship: An Experiment in Form"
    Director of the Virginia Center for Digital History and Research
    Assistant Professor of History
    University of Virginia
    Hugh P. Kelly Professor of History
    University of Virginia

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    let me know.

             Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 09:17:50 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: CFP: COLING-2002

    >> From: JS <shin@lang-tech.csie.ncnu.edu.tw>

                    COLING-2002: Call for Papers [2001/11/14]


            19th International Conference on Computational Linguistics

                    August, 24 - September, 1, 2002

            Howard International House, Taipei, Taiwan

    Organized by:

            Academia Sinica, ACLCLP and Tsing Hua University

    Under the Auspices of:

            The International Committee on Computational Linguistics

            URL: http://www.coling2002.sinica.edu.tw/


    COLING is the most prominent conference in the field of
    Computational Linguistics. In its 40 plus years of existence,
    the biennial COLING has been a productive forum for scholars
    all over the world to exchange original research papers on
    a broad range of topics in computational linguistics. COLING
    is an international forum for discussion and presentation
    representing the current state of the art and determining
    standards of computational linguistics research.

    In 2002, Taiwan will host the 19th COLING conference. This
    will be the first time that COLING is held outside Europe,
    North America, or Japan. It will be a chance for participants
    to experience the energy behind Taiwan's vibrant growth in
    knowledge technology, as well as the natural beauty of Formosa
    and its rich cultural heritage.

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             Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2001 09:18:24 +0000
             From: "David L. Gants" <dgants@parallel.park.uga.edu>
             Subject: CFP: ACL-02

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

                          ACL-02 Call For Papers

               40th Anniversary Meeting of the Association for
                          Computational Linguistics
                              7 - 12 July, 2002
                         Philadelphia, PA, USA


    General Conference Chair: Pierre Isabelle (XRCE Grenoble, France)
    Program Co-Chairs: Eugene Charniak (Brown University, USA)
                                Dekang Lin (University of Alberta, Canada)
    Local Organization Chair: Martha Palmer (University of Pennsylvania, USA)

    Area Chairs:

    Discourse and Dialogue: Daniel Marcu, Information Sciences Institute, USC
    Generation and Multi-Modality: Stephan Busemann, German Research Center for AI
    Machine Translation and Multilinguality: Keh-Yih Su, Behavior Design Corp.
    Lexicon and Semantics: Bonnie Dorr, University of Maryland
    Speech, Language Modeling and Statistical Methods: Steve Abney, AT&T Research
    Word Segmentation, Shallow Parsing, Chunking and Tagging: Jan Hajic,
         Charles University (Prague)
    Syntax, Grammars, Morphology and Phonology: Mark Steedman, Univ. of Edinburgh
    Parsing: John Carroll, University of Sussex
    NLP Applications: Ellen Riloff, University of Utah

    The Association for Computational Linguistics invites the submission
    of papers for its 40th Annual Meeting hosted jointly with the North
    American Chapter of the ACL. Papers are invited on substantial,
    original, and unpublished research on all aspects of computational
    linguistics, including, but not limited to: pragmatics, discourse,
    semantics, syntax and the lexicon; phonetics, phonology and
    morphology; interpreting and generating spoken and written language;
    linguistic, mathematical and psychological models of language;
    language-oriented information retrieval, question answering,
    summarization and information extraction; language-oriented machine
    learning; corpus-based language modeling; multi-lingual processing,
    machine translation and translation aids; natural language interfaces
    and dialogue systems; approaches to coordinating the linguistic with
    other modalities in multi-media systems; message and narrative
    understanding systems; tools and resources; and evaluation of systems.

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