Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 239.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 07:13:11 +0100
From: Michael Fraser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: TEI MEMBERS MEETING 2003 (fwd)
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Date: Fri, 5 Sep 2003 17:44:05 +0100
From: Lou Burnard <lou.burnard@COMPUTING-SERVICES.OXFORD.AC.UK>
********** TEI Members Meeting 2003 **********
The Text Encoding Initiative Consortium will hold its third annual
Members' Meeting at ATILF, the nationally-funded laboratory for
analysis and data processing of the French language, based at the
University of Nancy, France, on the 7th and the 8th November 2003.
The first day will, as usual, be an open day with attendance open to
all interested parties and an eclectic mix of presentations and
discussions from invited speakers and participants. Invited speakers
this year include Nancy Ide, Michael Beddow, Patrick Durusau, and
Vincent Quint. There will be opportunities for attendees to speak
briefly about their own projects, and a "TEI Question Time" for them
to ask about and provide feedback on future developments in the
TEI. The meeting will run all day and will conclude with a Reception
at 18:30. Full details of the programme are available on the Members
web site at http://www.tei-c.org/Members/2003-Nancy/ (non-members
cannot access this site, but becoming a member or a subscriber is
easy! just go to http://www.tei-c.org/Consortium/ag.html)
The second day will contain a business session, restricted to members
and subscribers only, at which the annual elections for membership of
the TEI Board and Technical Council will be held. Meetings of TEI
Special Interest Groups (SIGs) are also scheduled for this day: a
separate announcement about these will follow in due course.
A TEI training session will be organized the day before the Members
Meeting, on the 6th: see separate announcement.
Nancy is a noble and ancient city in the North East of France, with
excellent transport links (see further
http://www.ot-nancy.fr/pratique/); ATILF, formerly known as INALF, is
now based at the University of Nancy and a part of CNRS, the French
national research network (see further www.atilf.fr).
Accomodation has been reserved at the Hotel Albert 1er-Astoria
five minutes walk from the meeting rooms at ATILF. A special rate of
50 euro/night for B&B is available to those attending the meeting (7th
and 8th Nov); those wishing to stay additional nights will also pay a
discounted rate of 65 euro/night. For bookings, please contact the
Hotel direct, specifying the TEI 2003 Meeting.
Costs: Attendance at the meeting is free of charge for TEI
subscribers. Every TEI member institution is entitled to send up to
two representatives free of charge. An entrance fee of 75 euros will
be charged for all others. All attendees other than invited speakers
will be required to fund their own travel, accomodation, and meals.
Pre-registration for the meeting is essential, for members,
subscribers, and non-members alike. Please pre-register by sending
email to email@example.com
* To join the TEI as a member or a subscriber
* For details of this years programme visit
See you in Nancy!
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