Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 17, No. 740.
Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
 From: "Alan Burk" <email@example.com> (24)
Subject: CORRECTION- Summer Institute - Creating Electronic
Texts - David Seaman
 From: B Tommie Usdin <firstname.lastname@example.org> (28)
Subject: Extreme Markup Languages 2004 Call for Participation
 From: Gina Anzivino <email@example.com> (53)
Subject: Conference on Fine Print: Publishing in the Shadow of
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 08:27:40 +0000
From: "Alan Burk" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: CORRECTION- Summer Institute - Creating Electronic Texts
- David Seaman
This past week a spurious e-mail announcing a Summer Institute at the
University of New Brunswick, Creating Electronic Texts with David Seaman,
was sent out to a number of lists. In order to clear up any confusion that
may have arisen from this incident I would like to announce that the
Electronic Text Centre at the University of New Brunswick will be offering
this summer as part of its Summer Seminar Series two one week courses,
running concurrently, the week of August 16 (2004). The first is Essentials
of Electronic Publishing, covering Principles of transcription and editing;
the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI); Basic data structuring; Using XML;
HTML/SGML to XML conversion; Cascading Stylesheets; and XSL transformations.
This hands-on course will be taught by David Gants, a Canada Research Chair
in Humanities computing at the University of New Brunswick. The second
course will be an introduction to EAD publishing technology and methods,
another hands-on course. Daniel Pitti will be the instructor. Daniel was
the Coordinator of the Encoded Archival Description initiative and is
currently Interim Co-Director of IATH (Institute for Advanced Technology in
the Humanities) at the University of New Brunswick.
More information on these new course offerings will be sent out within the
next two weeks.
For information about past Text Centre Institutes, see:
Director, Electronic Text Centre
University of New Brunswick
Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 08:28:02 +0000
From: B Tommie Usdin <email@example.com>
Subject: Extreme Markup Languages 2004 Call for Participation
Montreal in August: what could be better?
Great food, great coffee, and a funky hotel full of markup geeks!
CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
EXTREME MARKUP LANGUAGES 2004
Extreme is a technical conference devoted to markup, markup languages,
markup systems, markup applications, and software for manipulating and
WHEN: August 2-6, 2004
WHERE: Montréal, Canada
HOW: Submit full papers in XML or SGML to:
firstname.lastname@example.org. Guidelines, DTDs, and details
SCHEDULE: Paper Submissions Due April 16, 2004
Speakers Notified May 28, 2004
Revised Papers Due June 25, 2004
Tutorials August 2, 2004
Conference August 3 - 6, 2004
QUESTIONS: Email to email@example.com or call
Tommie Usdin +1 301/315-9631
MORE INFORMATION as available: http://www.extrememarkup.com/
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-------------------------------------------------------------------- Date: Sat, 27 Mar 2004 08:28:30 +0000 From: Gina Anzivino <email@example.com> Subject: Conference on Fine Print: Publishing in the Shadow of Big Media
Fine Print: Publishing in the Shadow of Big Media, May 19-21, 2004 at UC Irvine Organized by the Humanities Center, HumaniTech, and the UC Irvine Libraries
As our attention turns toward what will be one of the most consequential presidential campaigns in decades, we gather to ask how book and journal publishing matters. Trade presses continue to undergo significant transformations, as beleaguered houses cling precariously to the thin black margins that keep them afloat within larger and more profitable corporations. Many have had to moderate their tones, pander to their readers, and downsize their offerings. Likewise the hard-hitting, New Journalistic "long form" of magazine and journal reporting gives way to the pseudo-cerebral sound bite, to the judiciously executed balancing acts of those ever in need of more readers. Thus the range of opinion available to a national audience consistently shrinks -- like the endangered public domain itself -- before the steady advance of Big Media. We gather to ask what is to be done.
This conference will combine daily presentations and round tables from different sectors of this diverse industry. Discussions will be facilitated by UCI faculty from the School of Humanities.
Keynote Speakers: Fireside Chat with David Halberstam, May 19 7:30 p.m. Beckman Center Auditorium Victor Navasky, May 20 3:30 p.m. UCI Student Center Lawrence Lessig, May 20 7:30 p.m. UCI Student Center Michael Wolff, May 21 5:00 p.m. UCI Student Center
Round Table Speakers: Douglas Armato, Aimee Bender, Marshall Brown, Catherine Candee, Kassahun Checole, Tom Christie, Catherine Gallagher, Dilip Gaonkar, Glen David Gold, Michael Grossberg, Bret Israel, Jackson Lears, Randy Martin, Aileen McHugh, Maile Meloy, W.J.T. Mitchell, Sina Najafi, Kit Rachlis, Susan Reynolds, Mike Sager, Paul Saint-Amour, Ben Schwarz, Felicity Scott, Barry Siegel, R.J. Smith, Will Swaim, Ngugi wa Thiong'o, Steve Wasserman, Ken Wissoker, Lynne Withey, George Wolfe, and Geoffrey Wolff.
In anticipation of Fine Print, David Remnick will be speaking on May 14 at 8:00 p.m. in HIB 100.
This event is free and open to the public. For an up-to-date schedule of events, visit the conference website: http://www.humanities.uci.edu/fineprint. For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 949-824-3638. Co-sponsored by the Humanities Center, HumaniTech, the UC Irvine Libraries, Department of English & Comparative Literature, International Center for Writing & Translation, Department of History, EBSCO Information Services, The Nora Folkenflik Memorial Fund and UC Humanities Research Institute.
Gina Anzivino Humanities Center & HumaniTech 175 Humanities Instructional Building Irvine, CA 92697-3375 Phone: 949-824-3638 Fax: 949-824-4413 Gina Anzivino Humanities Center & HumaniTech 175 Humanities Instructional Building Irvine, CA 92697-3375 Phone: 949-824-3638 Fax: 949-824-4413
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