15.380 a lively exchange, a conference session

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 15, No. 380.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London

       [1] From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org> (38)
             Subject: Lessig & Valenti on "Creativity, Commerce & Culture"

       [2] From: "R.G. Siemens" <siemensr@mala.bc.ca> (49)
             Subject: C/C - ACCUTE CFP: Shakespeare and Information

             Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 08:54:36 +0000
             From: NINCH-ANNOUNCE <david@ninch.org>
             Subject: Lessig & Valenti on "Creativity, Commerce & Culture"

    News on Networking Cultural Heritage Resources
    from across the Community
    November 21, 2001

                   Nov. 29: Annenberg School of Communications, Los Angeles

    >From: "Stacey Mewborn" <stacey@centerpd.org>
    >To: <@centerpd.org;>
    >>& Culture" 11/29/01 at USC
    >Date: Tue, 20 Nov 2001 10:32:43 -0500


    In the new digital environment, what impact do intellectual property rights
    have on innovation and creativity?
    Do copyrights and patents hamper or enhance artistic life? How is our
    creative culture being shaped by changes in law and technology?
    You are invited to join a spirited exchange between Jack Valenti, president
    of the Motion Picture Association of America, and Lawrence Lessig, Stanford
    University Law professor and author of The Future of Ideas: The Fate of the
    Commons in a Connected World, on Thursday, November 29, 2001, 5:00 - 6:30
    p.m. at the Annenberg School for Communication, University of Southern
    Thursday, November 29, 2001, 5:00 - 6:30 pm
    Reception immediately following debate.
    Annenberg School for Communication
    University of Southern California
    3502 Watt Way, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281
    To reserve seating, call 213-740-5658 or email
    <mailto:ascevent@usc.edu>ascevent@usc.edu. This event is free and open to
    the public.
    For those interested but not able to attend in person, the event will also
    feature a live webcast and bulletin board discussion. For more information
    visit <http://ascweb.usc.edu/debate/>http://ascweb.usc.edu/debate/.
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             Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 08:56:10 +0000
             From: "R.G. Siemens" <siemensr@mala.bc.ca>
             Subject: C/C - ACCUTE CFP: Shakespeare and Information Technology

    This is a call for papers for a joint ACCUTE and COCH/COSH session at the
    2002 Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities. This year the congress
    will be held at The University of Toronto and Ryerson Polytechnic
    University from May 25-28th 2002.
    Note: Selected papers from this session will be published in a special
    edition of College Literature.
    The deadline for conference paper proposals has been extended to December
    15, 2001.

    Shakespeare and Information Technology

    This session will explore the ways in which Shakespeare connects with
    various forms of information technology. A number of scholarly pursuits,
    including book and print histories, performance and film studies, and
    multimedia/digitization projects are currently examining the ways in which
    Shakespeare's plays and poetry migrate across various media. How have these
    forms of media influenced or been influenced by the bard? What role has
    this technology played in the creation and maintenance of Shakespeare's
    place in our culture? The panel hopes to highlight the role that
    information technology has played in the transmission of Shakespeare's work
    and what that work has to offer our changing information landscape.

    Possible topics might include:

            Digitizing Shakespeare
            Shakespeare on the World Wide Web
            Renaissance printing practices
            Performing Shakespeare
            The Early Modern book trade
            Pop Goes the Bard - Shakespeare and Pop Culture
            Virtual Shakespeare
            Shakespeare and multimedia teaching practices
            Filmic Shakespeare
            Shakespearean portraiture

    As per ACCUTE and COCH/COSH guidelines:

    Proposals should be 300-500 words in length, and should clearly indicate
    the originality of scholarly significance of the proposed paper, the line
    of argument, the principle texts the paper will speak to, and the relation
    of the paper to existing scholarship on the topic. A list of works cited
    should also be included.

    Completed conference papers should fulfill these criteria, and should be no
    longer than 12 double-spaced pages.
    Please send three copies of papers and/or proposals, accompanied by three
    copies of a 100-word abstract and a 50-word biographical note along with an
    email or computer disk copy of same by December 15, 2001:

    Patrick Finn
    Department of English
    University of Victoria
    PO Box 3070 STN CSC
    Victoria, British Columbia
    CANADA V8W 3W1
    Phone: 250.383.9051
    Fax: 250.721.6498

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