Neder-L, no. 9402.b

Subject: Neder-L, no. 9402.b
From: Ben Salemans
Reply-To:Elektronisch tijdschrift voor de neerlandistiek
Date:Sun, 20 Feb 1994 22:16:40 +0100
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| (1) Med: 9402.07: Leidse Letterendag (16-IV-1994): Van Oost naar West   |
| (2) Med: 9402.08: Gastcollege Lars Fant (Stockholm) in Leiden op 4      |
|                   maart 1994: "Information structure revisited"         |
| (3) Vra: 9402.09: Kopij gewenst voor Neder-L                            |
| (4) Vra: 9402.10: Dutch Gravemarkers (trefwoorden (?): elegie, epitaaf, |
|                   grafdicht, grafschrift, grafsteen, lijkdicht)         |
| (5) Med: 9402.11: Conferentie over elektronische literaire teksten,     |
|                   Illinois, 10-12 april 1994: "Literary Texts in an     |
|                   Electronic Age: Scholarly Implications and Library    |
|                   Services"                                             |
| (6) Med: 9402.12: Computer generated literature                         |
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Date: Thu, 17 Feb 1994 13:33:29 +0100 (MET)
From: Korrie Korevaart <KOREVAAR@rulcri.LEIDENUNIV.NL>
Subject: Med: 9402.07: Leidse Letterendag (16 april 1994): Van Oost naar West


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*   LEIDSE LETTERENDAG (16 april 1994): Van Oost naar West    *
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De vakgroep Nederlands (RU Leiden) organiseert op zaterdag 16 april a.s. (10.00 tot 17.00 uur; Centraal Faciliteitengebouw, Cleveringaplaats 1, Leiden) de vierde Leidse Letterendag: Van Oost tot West: koloniale en post-koloniale literatuur in het Nederlands. Brazilie”, Nieuw-Guinea, Zuid-Afrika, De Kongo, en de West.

Met lezingen van:

  • Peter van Zonneveld: ‘Nederlands-Indie” en Nieuw-Guinea in de literatuur: een veranderende visie op het kolonialisme’
  • Ton Harmsen: ‘Maurits de Braziliaan en zijn dichters’
  • Jacqueline Bel: ‘Carai”bische karakters. Nederlands-Antilliaanse letteren tussen Cola Debrot en Frank Martinus Arion’
  • Eep Francken: ‘De Afro-Nederlandse literatuur’
  • Ton Anbeek: ‘De Kongo in de literatuur’.

Deelnamekosten: fl. 35,- (incl. lunch, koffie, thee en afsluitingsborrel); fl. 10,- voor studenten en universitaire medewerkers (over te maken op girorekening 1684950 t.n.v. K.J.J. Korevaart, Vakgroep Nederlands RUL, P.N. van Eyckhof 1, 2311 BV Leiden, o.v.v. ‘Letterendag’).

Aanmelding en betaling s.v.p voor 1 april a.s.

Programmafolder (met inschrijvingsformulier) wordt op aanvraag toegestuurd: tel. 071-272604/2130 (secretariaat van de vakgroep Nederlands, ’s ochtends); e-mail: Korevaar@rulcri.leidenuniv.nl.

Korrie Korevaart.

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Date: Fri, 18 Feb 1994 16:47:18 +0100 (MET)
From: Matthias Huening <MHUNING@rulcri.LEIDENUNIV.NL>
Subject: Med: 9402.08: Gastcollege Lars Fant (Stockholm) in Leiden op 4 maart 1994: "Information structure revisited"

Op vrijdag 4 maart 1994 om 15.00 houdt prof.dr. L. Fant een gastcollege aan de Rijksuniversiteit Leiden. De titel van zijn lezing luidt: “Information structure revisited. Old and new applications of dialogue game theory.” Lars Fant is voorzitter van de vakgroep Spaans & Portugees van de Universiteit van Stockholm (Zweden).

De lezing wordt georganiseerd door het cluster Taalgeschiedenis & Taalvariatie van de RUL.

Plaats: gebouw van de vakgroep Nederlands in Leiden (P.N. van Eyckhof, gebouw 1167, zaal 003c).

Belangstellenden zijn van harte welkom!

Matthias Huening.

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Date: Sun, 19 Feb 1994 20:00:05
From: Ben Salemans <B.Salemans@lett.kun.nl>
Subject: Vra: 9402.09: Kopij gewenst voor Neder-L

Beste Neder-L-abonnees,

Neder-L heeft vele honderden lezers: zo’n 325 directe abonnees en vele honderden lezers van Internet-nieuwgroepen als bit.lang.neder-l, nlnet.taal, soc.culture.netherlands. Toch valt het niet mee om kopij voor Neder-L te verzamelen. Daarom verzoek ik jullie vriendelijk jullie vragen, mededelingen, boekaankondigingen (ook eigen publikaties!), etc. naar Neder-L@nic.surfnet.nl te sturen. Kom op mensen, lees niet alleen Neder-L, maar schrijf er ook eens voor.

Ben Salemans.

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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 1994 12:36:56 -0500 (EST)
From: mbathrick@vnet.IBM.COM
Subject: Vra: 9402.10: Dutch Gravemarkers (trefwoorden (?): elegie, epitaaf, grafdicht, grafschrift, grafsteen, lijkdicht)

Is anyone out there in Neder-L land familiar with dutch traditions in grave-markers? Could any of you point me to someone who is?

Mike Bathrick

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Date: Wed, 12 Jan 1994 09:51:15 -0600
Sender: "SHARP-L Society for the History of Authorship, Reading & Publishing" <SHARP-L@IUBVM.BITNET>
From: Don Krummel <donkay@ALEXIA.LIS.UIUC.EDU>
Subject: Med: 9402.11: Conferentie over elektronische literaire teksten, Illinois, 10-12 april 1994: "Literary Texts in an Electronic Age: Scholarly Implications and Library Services"

BS De hieronder weergegeven congresaankondiging heb ik, met toestemming, van de SHARP-L-distributielijst overgenomen. Het congres gaat in op diverse aspecten van het distribueren van teksten langs elektronische weg, een onderwerp (Tekstencentrum!) waarin Neder-L-lezers geinteresseerd blijken te zijn. Sprekers op de conferentie, als Susan Hockey, C. M. Sperberg-McQueen en Michael S. Hart zijn absolute experts op het terrein van elektronische teksten, die de ‘state of the art’ op dat gebied op aangename wijze zullen weten te verwoorden. Daarbij zal ook het lastige onderwerp van het copyright op elektronische teksten worden besproken.
Het congres lijkt mij een absolute ‘must’ voor mensen uit de de (academische) bibliotheek-, uitgevers- en computernetwerk wereld.
Ben Salemans.


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   *             LITERARY TEXTS IN AN ELECTRONIC AGE:              *
   *          SCHOLARLY IMPLICATIONS AND LIBRARY SERVICES          *
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   * 31st Annual Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing *
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   *                       April 10-12, 1994                       *
   *      Graduate School of Library and Information Science       *
   *          University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign           *
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Electronic technologies are not replacing the book so much as they are changing its form and its role in scholarship. Rising interest in electronic texts is evident in the development of new computational approaches to the study of literature, the appearance of electronic text centers on university campuses, and an expanding publishing industry in electronic books. This conference will examine the role of electronic texts in the humanities and the implications of these technologies for libraries. Conference speakers will discuss this latest development in the human pursuit of the literary arts from a variety of perspectives, including the production and acquisition of electronic texts, strategies for storage and dissemination, software for the retrieval and analysis of electronic texts, problems of bibliographic control and intellectual property, and publishing trends.

Offered in conjunction with the conference is an optional preconference workshop in the practical use of Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) in the organization of electronic texts for interchange and research. Conducting the workshop will be C.M. Sperberg-McQueen, an editor of the recently released Guidelines for Text Encoding and Interchange, a text-representation standard based on SGML syntax.

Who should attend: This conference will be of interest to librarians, academic computing staff, publishers and distributors of electronic texts, and humanities scholars interested in the possibilities of electronic texts.

PROGRAM

SUNDAY, APRIL 10

11am-5pm Registration

1-4:30pm Preconference Workshop on using Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML)
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen
Editor, Text Encoding Initiative
University of Illinois at Chicago

5-6:30pm Reception

6:30-7:30pm Dinner

8pm Keynote Address (Lincoln Hall Theater)
AUTHORS AND READERS IN AN AGE OF ELECTRONIC TEXTS
Jay David Bolter
Professor
School of Literature, Communication, & Culture Georgia Institute of Technology

MONDAY, APRIL 11

8-9:30am ELECTRONIC TEXTS IN THE HUMANITIES: A COMING OF AGE
Susan Hockey
Director Center for Electronic Texts in the Humanities
Rutgers and Princeton Universities

THE TEXT ENCODING INITIATIVE: ELECTRONIC TEXT MARKUP FOR RESEARCH
C. M. Sperberg-McQueen
Editor, Text Encoding Initiative
University of Illinois at Chicago

9:30-10am Break

10-11:30am ELECTRONIC TEXTS AND MULTIMEDIA IN ACADEMIC LIBRARIES: A VIEW FROM THE FRONT LINE
Anita Lowry
Head, Information Arcade, Main Library
University of Iowa

HUMANIZING INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY: CULTURAL EVOLUTION AND THE INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF ELECTRONIC TEXT PROCESSING
Mark Tyler Day
Associate Librarian
Indiana University

11:30am-1pm Lunch (on your own)

1-2:30pm COHABITING WITH COPYRIGHT IN AN ELECTRONIC ENVIRONMENT
Mary Brandt Jensen
Director, Law Library
Professor, School of Law
University of South Dakota

STANDARDS, INTERCONNECTIONS, AND THE NONPROFIT DOMAINS
Michael Jensen
Electronic Media Manager
University of Nebraska Press

3-5pm Software Demonstrations

5-7pm Dinner (on your own)

7-9pm Software Demonstrations

Tuesday, April 12

8-9:30am THE FEASIBILITY OF WIDE-AREA TEXTUAL ANALYSIS SYSTEMS IN LIBRARIES: A PRACTICAL ANALYSIS
John Price-Wilkin
Information Management Coordinator
Alderman Library, University of Virginia

THE SCHOLAR AND HIS LIBRARY IN THE COMPUTER AGE
James W. Marchand
Professor
Department of Germanic Languages and Literature
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

9:30-10am Break

10-11:30am THE CHALLENGES OF ELECTRONIC TEXTS IN THE LIBRARY: BIBLIOGRAPHIC CONTROL AND ACCESS
Rebecca Guenther
Network Development and MARC Standards Office
Library of Congress

PROJECT GUTENBERG: TRYING TO GIVE AWAY A TRILLION ETEXTS BY THE END OF 2001
Michael S. Hart, Professor of Electronic Text
Executive Director of Project Gutenberg Etext
Illinois Benedictine College

11:30am-1pm Lunch (on your own)

1-2:30pm DURKHEIM’S IMPERATIVE: THE ROLE OF HUMANITIES FACULTY IN THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES REVOLUTION
Robert A. Jones
Professor, Department of Sociology
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

THE MATERIALITY OF THE BOOK: ANOTHER TURN OF THE SCREW
Terry Belanger
University Professor, University of Virginia

GENERAL INFORMATION

Location: Except as noted, all conference events will take place in the Illini Union on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 1401 W. Green St., Urbana, Illinois.

Registration and Fees: The fee for the conference is $340 ($380 after March 11, 1994), which includes the Sunday night dinner, refreshments, and a copy of the Clinic proceedings. Registration for the optional SGML workshop is $40. Registration is limited, and early registration is recommended. A limited number of reduced-fee registrations are available for those who might otherwise be unable to attend; for consideration, submit a written request by March 11, 1994.

Transportation: Champaign-Urbana is served by TWA, Midway Express, American Eagle, and Northwest Commuter. AMTRAK service is available from Chicago and points south. Champaign is located 135 miles south of Chicago on Interstate routes 72, 74, and 57.

Accommodations: Rooms have been allocated for participants at the hotels listed below. Participants must make their own reservations, and should do so before March 9, 1994. Please indicate that you are attending the library data processing conference.

Illini Union / University Inn
1401 W. Green St. / 302 E. John St.
Urbana, IL 61801 / Champaign, IL 61820
(217) 333-1241 / (217) 352-8132
Single: $54 + tax / Single: $54 + tax
Double: $62 + tax / Double: $61 + tax

Continuing Education Units: Participants will earn 1.1 CEU for attending this meeting.

Refunds: Refunds will be made if you find that you cannot attend and you notify us in writing by March 16, 1994. You must cancel your own hotel reservations.

IF YOU WOULD LIKE MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE CLINIC, PLEASE CALL (800) 982-0914 OR (217) 333-2973, OR SEND YOUR QUESTION VIA ELECTRONIC MAIL TO DPC@ALEXIA.LIS.UIUC.EDU.

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              Literary Texts in an Electronic Age:
           Scholarly Implications and Library Services
 
  31st Annual Clinic on Library Applications of Data Processing
 
                        April 10-12, 1994
       Graduate School of Library and Information Science
           University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
 
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Date: Tue, 15 Feb 1994 12:30:18 -0500 (EST)
From: lenoblem@ERE.UMontreal.CA (Lenoble Michel)
Subject: Med: 9402.12: Computer generated literature

— JUST PUBLISHED — JUST PUBLISHED — JUST PUBLISHED — JUST

Special issue of “Les cahiers du CIRCAV”, gathers the texts of the papers presented at the Lille 1993 conference “Nord Poesie et Ordinateur” as well as the transcripts of the debates organized after each communication.

This publication is bilingual (francais/english), and texts are printed in a parallel edition.

The book also contains two floppy disks with computer generated literary (CGL) texts.

This publication gathers texts written by researchers from several countries, working on various approaches of “Computer generated texts”. These articles deal with the history of these approaches, with poetic e-journals from Europe, with relationships between CGL and criticism, with the contribution of informatics and video to literature. Other articles also analyze various textual productions (hypertexts, generators, animated poetry, unique-reading poems) and present authors’ view point and innovative theoretical perspectives.

Texts by J-P Balpe, Ph. Bootz, O Carreno, J Clement, J Donguy, J-M Dutey, S Joachim, M Lenoble, P Louget, C Maillard, T Papp, C Petchanatz, A Vuillemin.

Floppy disks with creations by: J-P Balpe, P Bootz, J-M Dutey, C Maillard, T Papp.


“A:\LITTERATURE <–“, Bootz, Ph. (ed.), Lille: MOTS-VOIR & Le GERICO-CIRCAV, pp.151, 1994. ISBN 2-9508156-0-X MOTS-VOIR. Distribution: MOTS-VOIR, 27 alle’e des Coquelicots, 59650 Villeneuve d’Ascq, France.

P.S. The title is reproducing the syntax of a DOS command. The <– is representing a CR (carriage return).

Michel Lenoble |
Litterature Comparee | NOUVELLE ADRESSE – NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS
Universite de Montreal | —> lenoblem@ere.umontreal.ca
C.P. 6128, Succ. “A” |
MONTREAL (Quebec) | Tel.: (514) 288-3916
Canada – H3C 3J7 |

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