26.1982, Calls: Computational Ling, General Ling, Text/Corpus Ling, Historical Ling/Poland

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Subject: 26.1982, Calls: Computational Ling, General Ling, Text/Corpus Ling, Historical Ling/Poland

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Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2015 00:00:29
From: Marco Passarotti [marco.passarotti at unicatt.it]
Subject: First Workshop on Corpus-Based Research in the Humanities

 
Full Title: First Workshop on Corpus-Based Research in the Humanities 
Short Title: CRH 

Date: 10-Dec-2015 - 10-Dec-2015
Location: Warsaw, Poland 
Contact Person: Marco Passarotti
Meeting Email: marco.passarotti at unicatt.it
Web Site: http://crh4.ipipan.waw.pl/ 

Linguistic Field(s): Computational Linguistics; General Linguistics; Historical Linguistics; Text/Corpus Linguistics 

Call Deadline: 20-Sep-2015 

Meeting Description:

The ''Corpus-based Research in the Humanities'' workshop (CRH) continues the series of workshops previously named ''Annotation of Corpora for Research in the Humanities'' (ACRH). Three editions of ACRH were held, respectively in 2011 (Heidelberg, Germany), 2012 (Lisbon, Portugal) and 2013 (Sofia, Bulgaria).

CRH wants to be a meeting place for both scholars from Computational Linguistics and from the Humanities (especially, Digital Humanities). Although the two research areas share a number of common topics, there is still limited collaboration between the two communities. Since the empirical evidence provided by corpora plays a central role in both disciplines, we believe that a workshop focussed on the different uses of (different kinds of) corpus data in the Humanities might represent a valid opportunity to make the two communities meet, discuss and compare their interests, methods and aims.

Call for Papers:

Topics:

The topics to be addressed in the workshop include (but are not limited to) the following:
- Specific issues related to the annotation of corpora for research in the Humanities (annotation schemes and principles)
- Corpora as a basis for research in the Humanities
- Diachronic, historical and literary corpora
- Use of corpora for stylometrics and authorship attribution
- Philological issues, like different readings, textual variants, apparatus, non-standard orthography and spelling variation
- Adaptation of NLP tools for older language varieties
- Integration of corpora for the Humanities into language resources infrastructures
- Tools for building and accessing corpora for the Humanities
- Examples of fruitful collaboration between Computational Linguistics and Humanities in building and exploiting corpora
- Theoretical aspects of the use of empirical evidence provided by corpora in the Humanities

Invited Speaker:

Reinhard Foertsch (Universität zu Köln, Germany)

Important Dates:

Deadlines: always midnight, UTC ('Coordinated Universal Time'), ignoring DST ('Daylight Saving Time'):

- Deadline for paper submission: 20 September 2015
- Notification of acceptance: 1 November 2015
- Final version of paper: 22 November 2015
- Workshop: 10 December 2015


Instructions for Submission:

We invite to submit long abstracts describing original, unpublished research related to the topics of the workshop. Abstracts should not exceed 6 pages (references included).

The language of the workshop is English. All abstracts must be submitted in well-checked English.

Abstracts should be submitted in PDF format only. Submissions have to be made via the EasyChair page of the workshop at https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=crh2015. Please, first register at EasyChair if you do not have an EasyChair account.

The style guidelines follow the specifications required by TLT. They can be found here: http://crh4.ipipan.waw.pl/call-papers/authors-kit/.

Please, note that as reviewing will be double-blind, the abstract should not include the authors' names and affiliations or any references to web-sites, project names etc. revealing the authors' identity.

Submitted abstracts can be for oral or poster presentations (with or without demo). There is no difference between the different kinds of presentation both in terms of reviewing process and publication in the proceedings (the limit of 6 pages holds for both abstracts intended for oral and poster presentations).

The authors of the accepted abstracts will be required to submit the full version of their paper, which may be extended up to 10 pages (references included).




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