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Category:   E-Conf
Subject:   Call for Participation: ACRH - Workshop on Annotation of Corpora for Research in the Humanities
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Email:   csporled_(on)_coli.uni-sb.de
Date received:   07 Nov 2011
Deadline:   18 Nov 2011
Start date:   05 Jan 2012

Call for Participation ================================================================ ACRH: Workshop on Annotation of Corpora for Research in the Humanities January 5, 2012 (co-located with TLT10) HEIDELBERG UNIVERSITY, Germany Workshop Website: http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/conf/ACRH10/ **** Register by November 18th **** ================================================================ Invited speaker - Gregory Crane, Tufts University ================================================================ ABOUT ACRH The workshop aims at building a tighter collaboration between people working in various areas of the Humanities (such as literature, philology, history etc.) and the research community involved in developing, using and making annotated corpora accessible. Addressing topics related to annotated corpora for research in the Humanities is an interdisciplinary task, which involves corpus and computational linguists (mostly those working in literary computing), philologists, scholars in the Humanities and computer scientists. However, this interdisciplinarity is not fully realised yet. Indeed, philologists and scholars are not used to exploit NLP tools and language resources such as annotated corpora; in turn, computational linguists are more prone to develop language resources for NLP purposes only. For instance, although many corpora that play a relevant role for research in Humanities are today available in digital format (theatrical plays, contemporary novels, critical literature, literary reviews etc.), only a few of them are linguistically tagged, while most still lack linguistic tagging at all. Historical corpora are also a case of special interest, since their creation demands a strong interplay between computational linguistics and more traditional scholarship. Over the past few years a number of historical annotated corpora have been started, among which are treebanks for Middle, Early Modern and Old English, Early New High German, Medieval Portuguese, Ugaritic, Latin, Ancient Greek and several translations of the New Testament into Indo-European languages. The experience of these ever-growing group of projects can provide many suggestions on the methodology as well as on the practice of interaction between literary studies, philology and corpus linguistics. ==================================================== CO-LOCATED WITH TLT10: The 10th International Workshop on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories January 6-7, 2012 Conference Website: http://tlt10.cl.uni-heidelberg.de/ The TLT workshop series has proven successful in providing a forum for researchers in the field of Computational Linguistics who are experts in the design, creation and exploitation of annotated corpora and their relation to linguistic theories. ================================================================ REGISTRATION INFORMATION Registration for both workshops is open till November 18th. Information about registration fees is found here: http://tlt10.cl.uni-heidelberg.de/localinfo/registration.mhtml ================================================================ VENUE The workshop will take place at the Hochschule für Jüdische Studien Heidelberg Landfriedstraße 12, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany WORKSHOP PROGRAM 9:15- 9:30 Opening 9:30-10:30 Invited lecture: Greg Crane 10:30-11:00 Coffee break 11:00-11:30 Stefanie Dipper: Morphological and Part-of-Speech Tagging of Historical Language Data: A Comparison 11:30-12:00 Iris Hendrickx and Rita Marquilhas: From old texts to modern spellings: an experiment in automatic normalisation 12:00-12:30 Eiríkur Rögnvaldsson, Anton Karl Ingason, Einar Freyr Sigurðsson and Joel C. Wallenberg: Creating a dual-purpose treebank 12:30-14:00 Lunch 14:00-14:30 Kristin Bech and Kristine Eide: The annotation of morphology, syntax and information structure in a multilayered diachronic corpus 14:30-15:00 Asif Ekbal, Francesca Bonin, Sriparna Saha, Egon Stemle, Eduard Barbu, Fabio Cavulli, Christian Girardi, Filippo Nardelli and Massimo Poesio: Rapid Adaptation of NE Resolvers for Humanities Domains using Active Annotation 15:00-15:30 Maria Sukhareva, Zahurul Islam, Armin Hoenen and Alexander Mehler: A Three-step Model of Language Detection in Multilingual Ancient Texts 15:30-16:00 Coffee break 16:00-16:30 Cerstin Mahlow and Britta Juska-Bacher: Exploring New High German texts for evidence of phrasemes 16:30-17:00 Michael Piotrowski and Stefan Höfler: Building Corpora for the Philological Study of Swiss Legal Texts 17:00-17:45 Poster session * Massimo Manca, Linda Spinazzé, Luigi Tessarolo, Paolo Mastandrea and Federico Boschetti: Musisque Deoque: Text Retrieval on Critical Editions * Timo Korkiakangas and Marco Passarotti: Challenges in Annotating Medieval Charters in Latin * Dain Kaplan, Ryu Iida, Kikuko Nishina and Takenobu Tokunaga: Slate -- A Tool for Creating and Maintaining Annotated Corpora * Voula Giouli: Annotating corpora from various sources in the humanities domain: shortcomings and issues 17:45-18:00 Closing PROGRAM COMMITTEE * Francesco Mambrini, Italy (co-chair) * Marco Passarotti, Italy (co-chair) * Caroline Sporleder, Germany (co-chair) * Lars Borin, Sweden * Milena Dobreva, Scotland * Anette Frank, Germany * Jost Gippert, Germany * Erhard Hinrichs, Germany * Anke Lüdeling, Germany * Willard McCarty, UK * Alexander Mehler, Germany * Adam Przepiórkowski, Poland * Paul Rayson, UK * Roman Schneider, Germany * Raymond Siemens, Canada * Manfred Stede, Germany * Angelika Storrer, Germany * Martin Volk, Switzerland LOCAL ORGANIZATION COMMITTEE * Anette Frank, Heidelberg University * Markus Kirschner, Heidelberg University * Christoph Mayer, Heidelberg University * Madeline Remse, Heidelberg University * Hiko Schamoni, Heidelberg University * Corinna Schwarz, Heidelberg University * Anke Sopka, Heidelberg University -- --------------------------------------------------------- Caroline Sporleder Cluster of Excellence MMCI / Computational Linguistics Saarland University csporled_(at)_coli.uni-sb.de http://www.coli.uni-saarland.de/~csporled --------------------------------------------------------- ATT00001 __________________________________________ - ELSNET mailing list Elsnet-list_(at)_elsnet.org - To manage your subscription go to: http://mailman.elsnet.org/mailman/listinfo/elsnet-list
 

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