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Expert profile: Frank Borchardt

[ ID = 0839 ] Frank Borchardt 
Name Borchardt, Frank
Job Title Professor 
Organisation Duke University 
Address Department of German 
Postal Code 27708-0256 
City Durham, NC 
Country United States 
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Artificial Neural Networks
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Description: Computer Assisted Language Learning; Electronic reading

   CURRICULUM VITAE

   Frank L. Borchardt
   Duke University       Home Address:           Born: 16 November 1938
   Department of German  1531 Hermitage Court             New York City
   Durham, NC 27708-0256 Durham, NC 27707-1634 e-mail: frankbo@duke.edu
   Tel.: + 919 660 3161  + 919 489 5949             Fax: + 919 660 3166

   Chronology

   1956 - 1960 A.B. Saint Peter's College
   1960 Woodrow Wilson Fellow
   1960 - 1961 Free University of Berlin,
   German Academic Exchange Service "Dankstipendium"
   1961 - 1962 M.A. The Johns Hopkins University
   1962 - 1965 Ph.D. The Johns Hopkins University
   1965 Phi Beta Kappa
   1965 - 1968 Assistant Professor of German, Northwestern University
   1968 - 1971 Assistant Professor of German & Comparative Literature,
   Queens College, The City University of New York
   1971 - 1991 Associate Professor of German, Duke University
   1971 - 1972 Fulbright Research Fellow, University of Würzburg
   1972 - 1975 Elected Council Member: Renaissance Society of America
   Elected Board Member: Catholic Renascence Society
   1974 - 1975 Acting Chairman Department of German
   1976 - 1977 President SAMLA Regional AATG
   1978 - 1979 ACLS Fellow
   1982 - 1991 Chairman Department of German
   1982 - 1985 Editorial Board of South Atlantic Review (SAMLA)
   1983 - 1986 Editorial Board of The Comparatist (Southern Comparative
   Literature Association)
   1983 - 1985 Principal Investigator, COLOE Project
   1985 - 1995 Principal Investigator, DUCALL Project
   1988 - 1991 Elected Council Member: Renaissance Society of America
   1989 - 1990 Elected Secretary SAADL (South Atlantic Associated
   Departments of Foreign Languages)
   1990 External Reviewer, Department of German, University of Virginia
   1990 - 1991 External Reviewer, University of Florida Board of Regents
   for Division of Language, University of South Florida, Tampa.
   1991- Editorial Board of Language Quarterly
   1991 External Reviewer, Department of German, Emory University
   1991- Professor of German, Duke University
   1991- 1997 Executive Director, CALICO (Computer Assisted Learning and
   Instructional Consortium)
   1991- 1997 Editor, CALICO Journal
   1991 - 1992 Elected President, SAADL (South Atlantic Associated
   Departments of Foreign Languages)
   1992 - 1993 Member, Advisory Committee, Language Acquisition Resource
   Center, San Diego State University
   1992 UNDP Consultant, People's Republic of China
   1993 USIA Academic Specialist Visiting Lecturer (The Netherlands)
   1993 Consultant, Defense Ministry, Ministry of Culture & Education,
   Republic of Hungary
   1993 - 1995 Member, Advisory Committee, Language Acquisition Resource
   Center, Georgetown University and the Center for Applied Linguistics
   1993 Director, III Seminario ELTAO (Enseñanzas de Lenguas y Traducción
   Asistida per Ordenador), Universidad de las Palmas de Gran Canaria en
   colaboración can la Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona
   1993 - 1998 Member, Advisory Committee, CIBER (Center for
   International Business Education and Research), Fuqua School of
   Business, Duke University
   1994 - Board Member, Friends of the Library, Duke University
   1994 - 1998 Library Council, Duke University
   1997 Visiting Professor, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Argentina
   1997 - 1998 Associate Editor, CALL Journal (Exeter)
   1999 - Advisory Professor, Shanghai Jiao Tong University

   Publications:
   1. Books (author)
   -- German Antiquity in Renaissance Myth. Baltimore and London: The
   Johns Hopkins Press, 1971.
   -- Doomsday Speculation as a Strategy of Persuasion. Lewiston: Edwin
   Mellen, 1990.
   1a. Books (editor)
   -- with Marion C. Salinger, A Conversation in the Life of Leland R.
   Phelps. Durham: Institute for International Studies, 1987.
   -- with Eleanor M. T. Johnson, Proceedings of the Computer Assisted
   Learning and Instruction Consortium 1993 Annual Symposium at the
   College of William and Mary, "Assessment". Durham: CALICO, 1993.
   -- with Eleanor M. T. Johnson, Proceedings of the Computer Assisted
   Learning and Instruction Consortium 1994 Annual Symposium at Northern
   Arizona University "Human Factors." Durham: CALICO, 1994.
   -- with Eleanor M. T. Johnson, Proceedings of the Computer Assisted
   Learning and Instruction Consortium 1995 Annual Symposium at
   Middlebury College, "Collaborative Learning." Durham: CALICO, 1995.
   -- with Eleanor M. T. Johnson, Resource Guide for Computing and
   Language Learning. Durham: CALICO, 1995.
   -- with Eleanor M. T. Johnson, Proceedings of the Computer Assisted
   Learning and Instruction Consortium 1996 Annual Symposium at the
   University of New Mexico,"Distance Learning." Durham: CALICO, 1996.
   1b. Books, electronic (editor)
   CALICO CD-Sampler (ISBN 1-890127-00-0): Twelve years of CALICO
   contributions in electronic form CALICO Journal, CALICO Proceedings,
   CALICO Monograph Series. Durham, NC: CALICO, 1996.
   Proceedings of the Computer Assisted Learning and Instruction
   Consortium 1997 Annual Symposium at the Unites States Military Academy
   at West Point, "Content! Content! Content!" (ISBN 1-890127-01-9) --
   with Eleanor M. T. Johnson, Durham: CALICO, 1997.
   1c. Educational Websites
   EdTech Course `98: http://aaswebsv.aas.duke.edu/focus/it/
   EdTech Course 2000: http://aaswebsv.aas.duke.edu/focus/it/2000
   EdTech Course 2000 in Spain:
   http://finlandia.lsi.uvigo.es/multimedia/index.htm
       http://www.duke.edu/~frankbo/Iberia20/vigowebsite/index.htm
   HTML Tutorial -- "Miser" (with Hans Borchardt):
   http://www.borchardt.org/hans/miser/
   HTML Tutorial Español (with Ana María Andrada): forthcoming 2001/02
   2. Chapters or sections of books published --
   "Trithemius and the Mask of Janus," Traditions and Transitions:
   Studies in Honor of Harold Jantz, (Munich: Delp, 1972), pp. 37-49.
   "Petrarch: The German Connection,& Francis Petrarch: Six Centuries
   Later, Aldo Scaglione, ed. (Chapel Hill, NC, 1975), pp. 418-31.
   "First Contacts with Italy: German Chancellery Humanism in Prague,"
   The Renaissance and Reformation in Germany: An Introduction, Gerhart
   Hoffmeister, ed. (New York: Frederick Ungar, 1977), pp. 1-16.
   "Medievalism in Renaissance Germany," Herman Salinger Festschrift,
   Leland R. Phelps, ed. (Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina
   Press, 1978), pp. 73-85.
   "Luther's 'Minnesang': 'Sie ist mir lieb die werde Magd,'" Spectrum
   Medii Aevi: Essays in Early German Literature in honor of George
   Fenwick Jones, William C. McDonald, ed. Göppinger Arbeiten zur
   Germanistik, #362 (Göppingen: Kümmerle, 1983), pp. 41-59.
   "Johannes Philippus Abelinus," Die deutsche Literatur: Biographisches
   und bibliographisches Lexikon, Reihe II, Abteiling A: Autorenlexikon,
   Jörg Jungmayr, ed. (Bern: Peter Lang, 1985), pp. 22-35.
   "Hermann Borchardt," Deutschsprachige Exilliteratur seit 1933, vol. II
   New York. John M. Spalek, ed. (Bern: Franke Verlag, 1990), 120-131.
   "Michael von Aitzing," Die deutsche Literatur: Biographisches und
   bibliographisches Lexikon, Reihe II, Abteiling A: Autorenlexikon, Jörg
   Jungmayr, ed. (Bern: Peter Lang, 1991), pp. 858-868.
   "Wie Falsch war der Fälscher Trithemius" (Kreuznach, 6 July 1985),
   Johannes Trithemius: Humanismus und Magie im vorreformatischen
   Deutschland, Bad Kreuznacher Symposien, I, Beiträge zur Erforschung
   der Renaissance und der Reformation, Richard Auernheimer and Frank
   Baron, eds. (Munich: Profil, 1991), pp. 17-28
   "German Poetry, I. Origins to 1750," The New Princeton Encyclopedia of
   Poetry & Poetics, Alex Preminger and T.V.F. Brogan, eds. (Princeton,
   NJ: Princeton University Press, 1993), pp. 462-467.
   "The Philosophical Challenge: ICALI and Artificial Neural Networks,"
   Proceedings of the Computer Assisted leaning and Instruction
   Consortium 1993 Annual Symposium on "Assessment". (Durham: CALICO,
   1993.), pp.13-15.
   "A Neural Network for Disambiguating Pinyin Chinese Input,"
   Co-authors: Mei Yuan and Richard A. Kunst. Proceedings of the Computer
   Assisted Language Instruction Consortium 1994 Annual Symposium
   (CALICO: Durham, 1994), pp. 239-243.
   "Preface" and "Language and Computing at Duke University, or, Virtue
   Triumphant, for the Time Being ," Ruth H. Sanders, ed. Thirty Years of
   Computer Assisted Language Instruction, Festschrift for John R.
   Russell. CALICO Monograph Series, vol. 3 (Durham, NC: CALICO, 1995),
   pp. 3-5, 57-83.
   "Gutenberg and D.W. Griffith or Books and Movies: Language Learning
   and the Aesthetics of Multi-media", The Added Value of Technologies in
   Language Learning: Proceedings of the Second International IBM
   Conference on Technologies & Language Learning, Jozef Colpaert,
   Wilfried Decoo, & Dominique Markey, eds. (IBM: International Education
   Centre, La Hulpe, 1995), pp. 7-18.
   "The German Language," The Encyclopedia of the Reformation, Hans
   Hillerbrand, ed. (New York: Oxford University Press, 1996), I,
   196-199.
   "Theory, assessment, praxis: On the body and soul of computer assisted
   language learning," Nexus-- The Convergence of Language Teaching and
   Research Using Technology. K. Murphy-Judy, ed. CALICO Monograph
   Series, 4. Durham, NC: 1997. pp. 13-27.
   "On the History and Aesthetics of Screen Design," MultiMedia CALL:
   Theory and Practice, Keith Cameron, ed. (Elm Bank Publications, 1998),
   pp. 3-10.
   "For, Against, For the Development and Dissemination of CALL,"
   Language Teaching and Language Technology, Sake Jager, John Nerbonne,
   Arthur van Essen, eds. (Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger, 1998), 218-225.
   3. Articles published in professional journals --
   "The Topos of Critical Rejection in the Renaissance," MLN, 81 (1966),
   476-88.
   "Etymology in Tradition and in the Northern Renaissance," Journal of
   the History of Ideas, 29 (1968), 415-29, anthologized in: Nancy
   Struever, ed., Language and the History of Thought, Library of the
   History of Ideas, XIII (University of Rochester Press, 1995), 1-15.
   "Goethe, Schiller, Sphinx, Centaur, and Sex," Monatshefte, 64 (1972),
   247-55. Abstract in 1972 MLA Abstracts (New York: MLA, 1974), 2, 6.
   "Marx, Engels, and Brecht's Galileo," Brecht Heute--Brecht Today:
   Jahrbuch der internationalen Brecht-Gesellschaft, 2, (1972), 149-62.
   "The Bookman Johannes Trithemius," Amphora: Journal of Alcuin Society,
   14 (Fall 1973), 3-13.
   "Zur Zeitstruktur der radikalen Sozialkritik am Vorabend der
   Reformation," Akten des V. Internationalen Germanisten-Kongresses
   Cambridge 1975, III, Jahrbuch für internationale Germanistik, Reihe A:
   Kongreßberichte, II (Lang: Bern, 1976), 27-36.
   "Kleist's Space," South Atlantic Bulletin, 45, 4 (November, 1980),
   1-14.
   "Thomas Mann: A Letter to Hermann Borchardt," Monatshefte, 74, 3 (Fall
   1982), 236-237.
   "Forgery, False Attribution, and Fiction: Early Modern German History
   and Literature," Res Publica Literaria, 9 (1986), 27-35.
   "The Theory and Practice of Comedy in Sixteenth-Century Germany,"
   Daphnis, 17 (1988), 1-14.
   "Neural Network Computing and Natural Language Processing," CALICO
   Journal, 5, 4 (June 1988), 63-75.
   "The Magus as Renaissance Man," Sixteenth Century Journal, XXI, 1
   (Spring 1990), 57-76.
   "Hyphenation and 'Bogus' Word detectionAn Experiment in the Economic
   Use of Neural Modelling in Text-Processing." Frank L. Borchardt,
   Andreas Geyer-Schulz, Wolfgang H. Janko, Nick Staddon, Hongbin Wang.
   Diskussionspapiere zum Tätigkeitsfeld Informationsverarbeitung und
   Informationswirtschaft. Vienna, April 1991.
   "Restoring the Millennium to Seventeenth-Century Utopias," Studies in
   Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures, III (1990), 29-36.
   "Gender Signalling in Russian: a Contrastive Analysis between Native
   Speakers and Neural Networks" (with Edna Andrews), Language Quarterly,
   31 (1993), 1-40.

   "Toward an Aesthetics of Multimedia," CALL Journal: Computer Assisted
   Language Learning (Exeter), 12, 1 (1999), 3-28.

   "Forum: The III Congreso Internacional (Tele)Informática Educativa y
   II Foro Regional de Tecnología, 14-17 April 1999, Universidad
   Tecnológica Nacional, Santa Fe, Argentina," CALL Journal: Computer
   Assisted Language Learning (Exeter), 12, 3 (1999), 255-59.
   3a. Pedagogy --
   "Seminar in German Civilization," Options for the Teaching of Foreign
   Languages, Literature, and Culture, Warren C. Born and Kathryn Buch,
   eds. (New York: American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages,
   1978), pp. 62-4.
   "Starting Up in Computing: Ten Fables for Faculty," Unterrichtspraxis,
   17,1 (1984), 44-52.
   "Tur(n)ing the Tables: A Quiet Polemic," Scope, 4,3 (May-June 1986),
   21-23; expanded version in CALICO Journal (June 1987).
   "Using the Computerized Dataset to Accompany GERMAN: A Structural
   Approach," New York: W.W. Norton, 1989; 2nd ed. 1990.
   "The Ideal Learning Center of the Future," Designing the Learning
   Center of the Future, Ann Kennedy, ed. ([Philadelphia]: International
   Association for Learning Laboratories, [1990]), pp. 9-13.
   "Press Any Key to Continue: Technology and Fantasy for the Rest of the
   '90s," CALICO Journal, 8,4 (June 1991), 17-24.
   "Using a Multi-Media Approach to Computer Based Training: CAI Goals,
   Obstacles, and Methods," CALL Austria, 15 (October 1991), 23-31.
   "Assessment: A Preliminary Bibliography," CALICO Journal, 9,3 (1992),
   71-93.
   "From the Director's Desk," regularly in CALICO Journal, 9-14.1
   (1992-97).
   "Language Training vs. Language Education," BILC (Bureau of
   International Language Cooperation), DLI (Defense Language Institute),
   Monterey, CA, 7 June 1993, in Conference Report 1993 (Hürth: BILC
   Sekretariat, 1993), pp. 17-21.
   "Memorizing or Learning: Predicting Machine Intelligence," Keynote
   Address, Natural Language Processing Techniques and Technology in
   Assessment and Education: Proceedings of the Conference, Randy M.
   Kaplan and Jill C. Burstein, eds. (Princeton: Educational Testing
   Service, 1994), pp. 1-13.
   "From Duke University: Government Linguists at Duke," The CALLer [CALL
   Arlington: Center for the Advancement of Language Learning Newsletter
   1,1] (1994), 9-10.
   "(Re)-Visions of the Possible: '92-'96," Foreign Language Notes, 38,2
   (Spring 1996), 3-7.

   "Why I support the National Museum of Language," Newsletter (National
   Museum of Language), 1,2-3 (Spring/Summer 2000), 6.

   DILR Duke Institute for Learning in Retirement:
     + "Goethe's Faust in English" (Winter '96)
     + "Rilke, Kafka, Mann" (Fall '96)
     + "The Holy Roman Empire" (Winter '97)
     + "Tales of Hoffmann . . ." (Fall '97)
     + "A Geography of German Arts & Letters" (Winter '98)
     + "German Song as Poetry" (Fall '98)
     + "An HTML Tutorial" (Spring '99)
     + "Grimm & Campbell" (Fall 2000)
     + "Goethe's Faust in English" (Winter '01)
     + "Tales of Hoffmann . . ." (Spring '01)

   4. Grants and Contracts (in each case, "Principal Investigator" is
   flb):

   1983-1985 COLOE (Computerization of Language Oriented Enterprises)
   Project, Duke Endowment, $300,000.
   1984-1986 IBM/Duke Joint Study, "Interfacing Computers and Users in
   the Humanities," $250,000.
   1985-1993 DUCALL (Duke University Computer Assisted Language Learning)
   Project, Department of Defense (MDA904-85-H-102; MDA904-89-H-2017),
   $2,976,512.80.
   1990-1992 Charles E. Culpeper Foundation, "Visiting Scholars Fund,"
   $183,072.
   1991 CALIS Summer Seminar: Historically Black Colleges &
   Universities/Minority Institutions Initiative, Department of Defense
   (MDA904-91-1003), $4,072.
   1992-1993 Computer Based Training Inventory, Department of Defense
   (MDA904-92-H-0002), $44,000
   1993-1994 Resource Guide (MDA904-92-H-0002), $75,093, $12,500
   supplementary for layout & design.
   1993-1994 DUCALL (Duke University Computer Assisted Language Learning)
   Project, Department of Defense (MDA904-89-H-2017), supplement
   $34,527.86; extension: $444,878.
   1994-1995 DUCALL (Duke University Computer Assisted Language Learning)
   Project, Department of Defense (MDA904-94-C-C121), Contract for
   Korean, Pt. I: $60,803.
   DUCALL (Duke University Computer Assisted Language Learning) Project,
   Department of Defense (MDA904-C-C124), Contract for Teacher Training:
   $57,225.

   5. Papers and Presentations --
   "Farquhar's The Recruiting Officer and Brecht's Pauken und Trompeten,"
   MLA, national meetings, New York: December 1966.
   "Goethe, Schiller, Sphinx, Centaur, and Sex," AATG, national meetings,
   New Orleans: November 1969.
   "Marx, Engels, and Brecht's Galileo," Duke University: April 1970.
   "Brechts Amerika" (in German), Literarischer Verein, New York: January
   1971.
   "Brecht's America" (in English), University of Stuttgart: June 1972.
   "The Once and Future State: Three Renaissance Proposals," co-sponsored
   by Bryn Mawr College and The Scholars in the Humanities Fund,
   Haverford College: March 1973. Also delivered in abbreviated form
   under the title:
   "Ideal States: Three Renaissance Proposals," Kentucky Foreign Language
   Conference, Lexington: April 1973.
   "Woman as Everyman: A View from Stage-Left," Catholic Renascence
   Society, annual meetings, Philadelphia: April 1973.
   "The Renaissance Discovery of the German Middle Ages," NEMLA annual
   meetings, Boston: April 1973. Abstract in Modern Language Studies, 3
   (Spring 1973), p. xxxi.
   "The German Jacobins and the Tradition of Revolution," SAMLA annual
   meetings, Atlanta: November 1973.
   "The Structures of Radical Thought," NEMLA annual meetings, University
   Park, Pennsylvania: April 1974. Abstract in Modern Language Studies, 4
   (Spring 1974), 37.
   "Good Times, Bad Times, and the End of Medieval Germany," Erasmus
   Club, Duke University: October 1974.
   "Petrarch: The German Connection," Faculty Seminars, Duke University
   Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Studies: November 1974.
   "Die Zeitstruktur der radikalen Sozialkritik am Vorabend der
   Reformation," IVG international meetings, Cambridge, England: August
   1975.
   "Kleist's Space," NC AATG Meetings, Charlotte, October 1977.
   "Renaissance and Empire in Germany," UNC Asheville, March 1978.
   "Concerning Tonio Kröger," UNC Asheville, March 1978.
   "Magic as System in Renaissance Germany," AATG National Meetings,
   Chicago, November 1978.
   "Just where does your Boss have the Office Desk, or the Literary Use
   of Space Relations," North Carolina State University, Raleigh, 19
   March 1980.
   "From Eden to Doomsday (and Back)," University of California at
   Irvine, 2 March 1981.
   "Apocalyptic Thought at the Dawn of Luther's Reformation," University
   of Virginia, Charlottesville, 22 October 1981.
   "Literature & Leadership," Leadership and Communications Seminars,
   Freedoms Foundation, Valley Forge, Pa. 22 July 1982; also August 1983,
   August 1984, November 1984, August 1986, February, 1990.
   "Luther's 'Minnesang,'" SAMLA Annual Meetings, Atlanta, November 1982.
   "Last Lecture," Duke Major Speakers Committee, 9 December 1982.
   "Drilling, Testing, and Monitoring: Duke's Computer Augmented Language
   Instructional System," International Conference on Computers and the
   Humanities, Raleigh, 7 June 1983.
   "Humboldt is alive and well and living in Durham," SAMLA Annual
   Meetings, Atlanta, October 1983.
   "Apocalyptic Thought on the Eve of Luther's Reformation," Brigham
   Young University, Provo, UT, 2 November 1983.
   "Borchardt and Brecht," Brigham Young University, Provo, UT, 3
   November 1983.
   "A Humanities Automation Project, or: Traps, Hazards, and Pitfalls,"
   CALICO Conference, Baltimore, 26 January 1984.
   "Forgery and False Attribution: Medieval and Renaissance Usage," Duke
   University Committee on Medieval and Renaissance Study, 12 April 1984.
   "Zur Weltsprache der Apokalyptik: Betrachtungen auf Grund
   anthropologischer Lektüre," University of Bamberg, 21 May 1984;
   University of Hamburg 11 June 1984.
   "The Apocalyptic Fallacy," Faculty of Religion, McGill University,
   Montreal, 24 September 1984.
   "Taming Wild Horses: Computers and the Humanities," Department of
   German, McGill University, Montreal, 25 September 1984.
   "Conducting your Graduate Students into the '90s? Not without
   Computers," SAMLA, Atlanta, 8 November 1984.
   "A Humanities Automation Project, II or: What happens after Traps,
   Hazards, and Pitfalls," CALICO Conference, Baltimore, 1 February 1985.
   "Forgery, False Attribution, and Fiction: Early Modern German History
   and Literature," 6. Congresso Internazionale di Studi Umanistici,
   Instituto Internazionale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato, 27 June 1985.
   "Wie Falsch war der Fälscher Trithemius: Joachim von Brandenburg und
   Basan der Große," Wissenschaftliches Symposion zu Ehren Johannes
   Trithemius (1462-1516), Kreuznach, 6 July 1985.
   "Concordancing Schiller with a Kurzweil, or: How to Use a $150,000
   Magic Marker," WCCE '85, World Conference on Computers in Education,
   Norfolk, 1 August 1985.
   "Duke University's Computer Assisted Language Instructional System:
   CALIS," Interface '85, The Humanities and Technology Association,
   Marietta, 18 October 1985.
   "From CAI to AI: a Natural (Language) Transition," CALICO Conference,
   Annapolis, 15 May 1986.
   "More People Speak than Count: Humanities and Computing," Keynote
   Address, EDUCOM Duke, 27 May 1986.
   "The Importance of Foreign Language in International Business, in
   Government, and in National Defense," Saint Augustine's College, 16
   September 1986.
   "Computing in Natural Languages," Ethiopian Studies Association,
   Washington, DC, 4 October 1986.
   "Humanities and Computing," Appalachian College Program, Transylvania
   University, Lexington, KY, 25 February 1987.
   "Educating through Computers," The American University, Washington,
   DC, 28 February 1987.
   "Tur(n)ing the Tables: A Quiet Polemic," invited luncheon remarks, and
   "An Open-Architecture for Computer Assisted Instruction," CALICO
   Conference, Defense Language Institute, Monterey, CA, 7 April 1987.
   "DUCALL & CALIS," UCLA Center for International Studies, Los Angeles,
   11 September 1987.
   "Neural Network Computing and Natural Language Processing," CALICO
   Conference, Salt Lake City, 26 February 1988.
   "`Personality' in Middle-European Poetry and Painting during the Great
   Transition (1350-1500)," Language, Literature and Society Colloquium:
   Loyola College in Maryland, 22-23 March 1988.
   Invited Correspondent, Ninth Annual St. Louis Symposium,
   "Disenchantment of the World: German Literature 1200 - 1500,"
   Washington University, 25-27 March 1988.
   "The Paradigm, Discourse Level, and Computer Assisted Language
   Instruction (or Back to Basics)," United States Air Force Academy,
   Colorado Springs, 21 November 1988.
   "Restoring the Millennium to Seventeenth-Century Utopias," Southeast
   Conference on Foreign Languages and Literatures, Rollins College,
   Winterpark, 24 February 1989.
   "Natural Language Applications of Neural Network Computing," Sixth
   Annual International CALICO Symposium, Air Force Academy, Colorado
   Springs, 31 March 1989
   "Humanistic Computing: Watching BIG BROTHER Instead?" Keynote Address;
   Panel on "The Impact of Artificial Intelligence, Expert Systems,
   Hypertext, and Neural Networks in the Humanities," Seminar for
   Teachers of English, Foreign Language, Social Science and Music,
   Goucher College, Towson, MD, 9 March 1989; also delivered in German at
   the Economics University, Vienna, 26 June 1989; also delivered in
   English at the Institute for Curriculum Development, Enschede, the
   Netherlands, 7 July 1989.
   "Neural Network Computing and the Death of AI," Tutorial and Technical
   Presentation, Tennessee Technical University, Cookesville, TN, 10 May
   1989; also delivered at the Institute for Curriculum Development,
   Enschede, the Netherlands, 8 July 1989.
   "Neural Networks Work: Practical Applications for CAI," CALICO
   Conference, Baltimore, 21 March 1990.
   "Authoring CAI for ESL: the International Experience," and "Bertolt
   Brecht und der Mythos 'Amerika'" -- Kossuth University, Debrecen,
   Hungary, 17-19 May 1990.
   "Authoring and Delivering Interactive Courseware with WinCALIS," IBM
   ACIS Conference 1990, Miami Beach Fontainebleu Hilton, 19 June 1990.
   "Nil humanum alienum puto: Sixteenth-Century Ethnography," Sixteenth
   Century Conference, St. Louis, 27 October 1990.
   "Computers in Language Instruction," SAMLA, Tampa, 17 November 1990.
   "Using Neural Networks for Answer Analysis in CALL," 4 April 1991;
   "Press Any Key to Continue: Technology and Fantasy for the Rest of the
   '90s" (invited after-dinner address), CALICO '91, Atlanta 5 April
   1991.
   "Using GUI to Present, Teach, and Test the Languages of the World,"
   IBM ACIS Meetings, Dallas, 13 June 1991.
   "Using WinCALIS for IAV Lesson Development," Washington & Lee
   University, 17 June 1991.
   "CAI Goals, Obstacles, and Methods: using a multi-media approach to
   computer-based training," Man and the Media IV, Vienna, 5 August 1991.
   CALIS Workshop, FLANC/SCOLT (Foreign Language Teachers Association of
   North Carolina / Southeastern Conference on Language Teaching) Annual
   Meeting, RTP, 24 October 1991.
   "Visions of the Possible," Position Paper, CALICO '92, Monterey, CA,
   28 February 1992.
   CALIS Workshops, Nanjing Aeronautical Instiutute, Xi'an Foreign
   Language University, Beijing Second Foreign Language Institute, May
   1992
   CALIS Workshop, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 29 June - 3
   July 1992
   "The Cultural Component: The Mandarins," SAADFL Panel, SAMLA,
   Knoxville, 12 November 1992.
   "Prophets and Profits: Forecasting Educational Technologies," OWG
   Meeting, Zeist, the Netherlands, 27 March 1993; Teacher Training
   College, Utrecht, 1 April 1993.
   "On Artificial Neural Networks," Position Paper, University of Leiden,
   the Netherlands, 30 March 1993.
   "Multi-Media Technologies and Second Language Acquisition," University
   of Nijmegen, 31 March 1993; Cito, Arnhem, 5 April 1993.
   "Electronic Media and Educational Revolution," the Columbus Lecture,
   SLO, Enschede, 6 April 1993; Teacher Training College, Tilburg, 7
   April 1993.
   "Language Training vs. Language Education" (Invited Keynote Address),
   BILC (Bureau of International Language Cooperation), DLI (Defense
   Language Institute), Monterey, CA, 7 June 1993.
   CALICO International meetings, Budapest, 4-6 August 1993.
   CALIS Workshop, Center for Advancement of Language Learning,
   Arlington, VA, 18-19 October 1993; and Demonstration, Foreign Service
   Institute (National Foreign Affairs Training Center), 20 October 1993.
   CALIS Workshop, University of Las Palmas de Gran Canaria, 13-17
   December 1993.
   "CALL Workshop in Hungary," House of Professors, Budapest, 26-27 April
   1994; György Bessenyei Teacher's Training College, Níregyháza, 28-29
   April 1994.
   "Memorizing or Learning: Predicting Machine Intelligence" (Invited
   Keynote Address), Testing and Natural Language Processing Conference,
   ETS Educational Testing Service, Princeton, NJ, 18 May 1994.
   Faculty Seminar (Invited Keynote Address), Dundalk Community College,
   Baltimore, MD, 25 August 1994.
   "Let Computers Use the Past to Predict the Future: Using Machine-Based
   Retrospective Correlation Data for Prospective Aptitude Assessment,"
   Co-author: Ellis Batten Page, 1994 Language Aptitude Invitational
   Symposium, Center for the Advancement of Language Learning, CALL
   Arlington, 27 September 1994.
   "Gutenberg and D.W. Griffith or Books and Movies: Language Learning
   and the Aesthetics of Multi-media", Second International Conference on
   Technologies & Language Learning, IBM La Hulpe, 28 September 1994.
   "Teaching Foreign Languages in the Year 2,000," New Jersey Association
   of Independent Schools, Annual Conference, Pingry School,
   Martinsville, NJ, 7 October 1994.
   "Computing and the Humanities," Computer Science Seminars,
   Winston-Salem State University, Winston-Salem, 19 October 1994.
   WinCALIS Presentation: Command Language Program Managers, DLI (Defense
   Language Institute), Monterey, CA, 11-12 May 1995.
   WinCALIS Presentation: Technology Review, Special Operations Forces,
   Fayetteville, NC, 2-3 August 1995
   "Best of CALICO," ACTFL, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign
   Languages, Anaheim, CA, 18 November 1995
   "Informàtica i teories de l'aprenentatge de llengües," ("Computer
   Assisted Language Learning and Second Language Acquisition Theory"
   [CALL & SLA], Short Course, Faculty of Translation and Interpretation,
   Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 29 April - 10 May 1996.
   "Video Teleconferencing and Distance Learning," "Working with
   Courseware Authoring Tools," "Multimedia Tools in the Language
   Learning Process," Special Operations Forces Language Office, Foreign
   Language and Culture Resources Conference, Ft. Bragg, 31 October 1996.
   "Best of CALICO," ACTFL, American Council on the Teaching of Foreign
   Languages, Philadelphia, 22-24 November 1996.
   "Tackling Technology One More Time" (Invited Keynote Address) ,
   Southeast Conference on Foreign Languages and Literatures, Rollins
   College, Winterpark, 6 March 1997.
   (Invited International Participant) II International Congress on
   Educational Informatics, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad
   Regional Santa Fe, Argentina, 16-19 April 1997
   "Linea-Pagina-Libro-Repisa-Biblioteca," Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos
   Aires, 21 April 1997, co-sponsored by Editorial Plus Ultra and Centro
   Blas Pascal I.D.I.E.
   "On Current Didactic Issues in CALL " (Invited Keynote Address),
   Language Teaching and Language Technology Conference, University of
   Groningen, the Netherlands, 28-29 April 1997.
   "Language Learning: Learning Theory and the User Interface," Center
   for Information and Multimedia Studies, University of Kyoto, Kyoto,
   Japan, 8 September 1997; also NHK (Japanese Public Television), 9
   September 1997; also IBM Japan, Academic Users Meeting, Tohoku Gakuin
   University, Sendai, Japan, 11 September 1997.
   "On the History and Aesthetics of Screen Design (or, why do most
   screens put learners to sleep?)" (Invited Keynote Address) Theory and
   Practice of MultiMedia CALL Conference, University of Exeter, 21
   September 1997.
   "Der Computer ist doch nur ein elektronsches Buch, nicht wahr?"
   Gambrinus Verein, Dortmund, Germany, 6 November 1997.
   "Stereotypen hin und her: ein Dialog um deutsche Amerikabilder und
   amerikanische Deutschlandbilder," Institut für Anglistik und
   Amerikanistik, Institut für deutsche Sprache und Literatur,
   Universität Dortmund, 7 November 1997.
   (Invited International Participant) III International Congress on
   Educational (Tele-)Informatics, Universidad Tecnológica Nacional,
   Facultad Regional Santa Fe, Argentina, 14-17 April 1999
   [http://www.duke.edu/~frankbo/argen99a/index.htm - 12 Apr 2000]
   "Tecnología vs. Pedagogía: ¿enseñando y aprendiendo vía Internet?"
   Centro Cultural Borges, Buenos Aires, 19 April 1999, co-sponsored by
   Editorial Plus Ultra and Centro Blas Pascal I.D.I.E.
   [http://www.duke.edu/~frankbo/confduke.htm -- 12 Apr 2000]
   "IT and Cultural Competence: Using the Internet as a Resource for
   Cultural Competence, " AILA '99 Association Internationale de
   Linguistique Appliqué, CETaLL Symposium, Waseda University, Tokyo, 2
   August 1999.
   "Instructional Design for Computers," Programa de Doctorado
   Interuniversitario, University of Vigo (Spain), 20-24 March 2000
   [http://finlandia.lsi.uvigo.es/multimedia/index.htm -- 12 Apr 2000].
   "Instructional Technology and Design," La Salle, Universitat Ramon
   Llull (Barcelona), 29 March 2000
   [http://www.duke.edu/~frankbo/Iberia20/RamonLul.htm -- 12 April 2000].
   "Educational Technologies: Theory and Practice," Programa de Doctorat,
   Departament de Traducció i d'Interpretatió, Universitat Autònoma de
   Barcelona, 30 March 2000
   [http://www.duke.edu/~frankbo/Iberia20/autonom.html -- 12 April 2000].
   6. Articles accepted but not yet published --
   8. Book Reviews --
   Leonard Forster, ed. Justus Lipsius: Von der Beständigkeit. In MLN, 82
   (1967), 495-97.
   Peter Rusterholz. Theatrum Humanae Vitae. In German Quarterly, 44
   (1971), 415-16.
   Thomas W. Best. The Humanist Ulrich von Hutten: A Reappraisal of his
   Humor. In Archiv für Reformationsgeschichte, 62 (1971), 143-44.
   Klaus Arnold. Johannes Trithemius (1462-l516). In German Quarterly, 45
   (1972), 191-2.
   Rainer Steinweg. Das Lehrstück: Brechts Theorie einer
   politisch-ästhetischen Erziehung. In German Quarterly, 46 (1973),
   605-6.
   Beth Irwin Lewis. Georg Grosz: Art and Politics in the Weimar
   Republic. In Monatshefte, 66 (1974), 185-87.
   Harold Jantz. German Barock Literature: A Catalogue. In German
   Quarterly, 50 (1977), 229-30.
   Annemarie Meier. Daniel Czepko als geistlicher Dichter. In Seminar, 12
   (1976), 260-61.
   Heinz Holeczek. Humanistische Bibelphilologie als Reformproblem. In
   Renaissance Quarterly, 29 (1976), 406-7.
   Mews, Siegfried, and Herbert Knust, eds. Essays on Brecht: Theater and
   Politics. In MLN, 93 (1978), 543-44.
   Urs Herzog. Divina Poesis: Studien zur Jacob Baldes geistlichen
   Dichtung. In German Quarterly, 51 (1978), 88-89.
   Christel Meier. Gemma Spiritualis: Methode und Gebrauch der
   Edelsteinallegorese vom frühen Christentum bis ins 18. Jahrhundert.
   vol. 1. In German Quarterly, 51 (1978), 88-89.
   Jean Lebeau. Salvator Mundi: L'Éxample de Joseph dans le théàtre
   allemand au XVIe siècle. 2 vols. Nieuwkoop: de Graaf, 1977. In
   Renaissance Quarterly, 32 (1979), 128-9.
   Frank Baron. Doctor Faustus: From History to Legend, Munich: Wilhelm
   Fink Verlag, 1978;
   --------. Joachim Camerarius (1500-1574). Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag,
   1976. Both in German Quarterly, 52 (1979), 401-2.
   Klaus Völker. Brecht: A Biography. John Nowell, trans. New York:
   Seabury Press, 1978. In South Atlantic Quarterly, 78 (1979), 525-6.
   Ulrich Engelen. Die Edelsteine in der deutschen Dichtung des 12. und
   13. Jahrhunderts. Munich: Wilhelm Fink Verlag, 1978. In German
   Quarterly, 52 (1979), 400-1.
   Robert G. Warnock and Adolar Zumkeller, eds. Der Traktat Heinrichs von
   Freimar Über die Unterscheidung der Geister:
   Lateinisch-mittelhochdeutsche Textausgabe mit Untersuchungen.
   Würzburg: Augustinus Verlag, 1977. In German Quarterly, 54 (1981), 86.
   Steven A. Konopacki. The Descent into Words: Jakob Böhme's
   Transcendental Linguistics. Ann Arbor: Karoma Publishers, 1979. In
   German Quarterly, 54 (1981), 87f.
   Werner Wunderlich, ed. Eulenspiegel-Interpretationen. Munich: Wilhelm
   Fink Verlag, 1979. In German Quarterly, 54 (1981), 86f.
   Sibylle Penkert, ed. Emblem und Emblematikrezeption. Darmstadt:
   Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1978. In Monatshefte, 73 (1981),
   453-4.
   Ludwig Krapf. Germanenmythus und Reichsideologie: Frühumanistische
   Rezeptionsweisen der taciteischen Germania. Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1979.
   In Colloquia Germanica, 14 (1981), 363-364.
   Nabil Mesh-Hadi. Die Einschätzung der Alchemie in Faust-Deutungen.
   Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Peter Lang, 1979. In German Quarterly, 55
   (1982), 120-21.
   Marjorie O'Rourke Boyle. Christening Pagan Mysteries: Erasmus in
   Pursuit of Wisdom. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1981. In
   German Quarterly, 55, 4 (November 1982), 594-595.
   Reinhard Paul Becker. A War of Fools: The Letters of Obscure Men, A
   Study of the Satire and the Satirized. In German Quarterly, 55, 4
   (November 1982), 593-594.
   Wayne Shumaker. Renaissance Curiosa, Medieval Texts and Studies, 8.
   Binghamton: Center for Medieval and Early Renaissance Studies, 1982.
   In Renaissance Quarterly, 37,1 (1984), 61-63.
   Kurt Ruh. Höfische Epik des deutschen Mittelalters, II. In Tristania.
   Eckhard Bernstein. German Humanism. Boston: Twayne, 1983. In German
   Quarterly, 58 (Spring 1985), 274-275.
   Klaus Manger. Literarisches Leben in Straßburg während der Prädikatur
   Johann Geilers von Kaysersberg (1478-1510), Heidelberger Forschungen,
   24. Heidelberg: Carl Winter, 1983. In German Quarterly, 58 (Spring
   1985), 276-277.
   Frank Baron. Faustus: Geschichte, Sage, Dichtung. München: Winkler
   Verlag, 1982. In Zeitschrift für deutsche Philologie, 105,2 (1986),
   299 - 300.
   Brian Vickers, ed. Occult and Scientific Mentalities in the
   Renaissance. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984. In
   Renaissance Quarterly, 39 (1986), 73-76.
   Klaus Ley, ed. Giovanni della Casa, Galateus, Das Buch von erbarn/
   höflichen und holdseligen Sitten verdeutscht von Nathan Chytraeus,
   1597, Deutsche Neudrucke, Reihe Barock, 34. Tübingen: Max Niemeyer
   Verlag, 1984. In JEGP, 85,3 (1986), 427-28.
   James H. Overfield. Humanism and Scholasticism in Late Medieval
   Germany, Princeton: Princeton University Press, 1984. In German
   Quarterly, 59 (1986), 130-131.
   C. Stephen Jaeger. The Origins of Courtliness: Civilizing Trends and
   the Formation of Courtly Ideals, 932-1210. Philadelphia: The
   University of Pennsylvania Press, 1985. In German Quarterly, 59
   (1986), 641-42.
   Jean Lebeau and Jean-Marie Valentin. L'Alsace au siècle de la Réform
   (1482-1621). Nancy: Presses Universitaire de Nancy, 1985. In
   Renaissance Quarterly, 39 (1986), 523-24.
   Lauri Seppännen. Meister Eckharts Konzeption der Sprachdeutung.
   Tübingen: Niemeyer, 1985; and

   Frank Tobin. Meister Eckhart: Thought and Language. Philadelphia:
   University of Pennsylvania Press, 1986. Both in German Quarterly, 61
   (1988), 301-304.
   Kurt Ruh, ed. Abendländische Mystik im Mittelalter: Symposion Kloster
   Engeleberg 1984. Stuttgart: J. B. Metzler, 1986. In German Quarterly,
   61,4 (Fall 1988), 571-2.

   Richard E. Schade. Studies in Early German Comedy, 1500-1650. In South
   Atlantic Review, 53, 4 (November 1988), 115-17.
   Johanna Lanckowski, ed. Erhebe dich, meine Seele: Mystische Texte des
   Mittelalters. Stuttgart: Reclam, 1988. In German Quarterly, 62, 4
   (Fall 1989), 518-519.
   Andrew Weeks, Boehme: An Intellectual Biography of the
   Seventeenth-Century Philosopher and Mystic. Albany: State University
   of New York Press, 1991. German Quarterly, 67, 1 (Winter 1994),
   132-133.
   Stephan Füssel, ed. Deutsche Dichter der Frühzeit, 1450-1600. Berlin:
   Erich Schmidt Verlag, 1993. In Michigan Germanic Studies, 20,1 (Spring
   1994), 53-55.

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