17.298 COCH-COSH 2004 cfp

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Date: Tue Oct 14 2003 - 01:42:06 EDT

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                   Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 298.
           Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
                         Submit to: humanist@princeton.edu

             Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 06:37:40 +0100
             From: Stéfan Sinclair <Stefan.Sinclair@ualberta.ca> (by
             Subject: COCH-COSH 2004: General Call For Papers

    Dear Colleagues,

    Please note that below is the general Call For Proposals to the COCH/COSH
    2004 conference - many of you may have already received a CFP for Geoffrey
    Rockwell's panel on "Playing with Text Analysis"

                 COCH-COSH 2004 - Call For Papers
        (Re-)Envisioning the Digital in the Arts and Humanities
                   U Manitoba, May 30 ­ June 1

    Proposals for papers and sessions are invited to be considered for
    presentation at the 2004 meeting of COCH/COSH at the Congress of the
    Canadian Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences.

    Especially welcome are proposals that encourage us to envision ­ and revise
    our image ­ of the digital in our work, by documenting, exploring, and
    imagining the emerging or established role of computing in Arts and
    Humanities disciplines. Further topics may include, but will not be
    limited to, the following:

    - humanities computing figured as discipline and/or
        inter-discipline (via exploration or exemplification)
    - society and the computer, from an Arts and Humanities perspective
    - humanities computing and pedagogy
    - computing in the visual, musical, and performance arts
    - scholarly electronic publishing and dissemination
    - computing in multi-lingual and non-English environments
    - ongoing humanities computing research involving materials
        in textual, oral/aural, visual, multi-media, and other formats

    The conference will also see a number of joint sessions with several
    Federation societies ­ including ACCUTE (see
    http://coch-cosh.ca/Congress/2004/cfp-ACCUTE.php) and the CHA/SHC's
    Committee on History and Computing (contact John Bonnet:
    John.Bonnett@nrc-cnrc.gc.ca) ­ parallel sessions with APFUCC, L'Association
    des Professeur(e)s de Français des Universités et Collèges Canadiens
    (contact Paul Fortier: fortier@cc.UManitoba.CA), and a proposed 'allied
    association' session with the joint international conference of the
    Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing and the Association for
    Computers and the Humanities (contact Andrew Mactavish:

    Paper and/or session proposals can be accepted until December 15 via this
    URL: http://coch-cosh.ca/Congress/2004/cfp.php

    Information on COCH-COSH and forms for membership can be found at


    Stéfan Sinclair, University of Alberta Phone: (780) 492-6768, FAX: (780) 492-9106, Office: Arts 218-B Address: Arts 200, MLCS, UofA, Edmonton, AB (Canada) T6G 2E6 M.A. in Humanities Computing: http://huco.ualberta.ca/

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