Please post 2nd call.

Please consider posting this reminder of the upcoming deadline for 
submissions to ACH-ALLC93.  Thank you.

Dear Colleagues,

November 1st, the deadline for submitting proposals for ACH-ALLC93, is 
fast approaching.  We welcome your inquiries and your submissions.
For more details, see the call for papers below.

Michael Neuman
Georgetown University
for ACH-ALLC93

                          JUNE 16-19, 1993
                          CALL FOR PAPERS
This conference is the major forum for literary, linguistic and
humanities computing.  It is concerned with the development of new
computing methodologies for research and teaching in the
humanities, the development of significant new networked-based and
computer-based resources for humanities research, and the
application and evaluation of computing techniques in humanities
TOPICS: We welcome submissions on topics such as text encoding;
statistical methods for text analysis; hypertext; text corpora;
computational lexicography; morphological, syntactic, semantic and
other forms of text analysis; also, computer applications in history,
philosophy, music and other humanities disciplines. For the 1993
conference, ACH and ALLC extend a special invitation to members of the
library community to contribute to the conference on the topics of
creating and cataloguing network-based resources in the humanities,
developing and integrating databases of texts and images of works
central to the humanities, and refining retrieval techniques for
humanities databases.
LOCATION: Georgetown, an historic residential district along the Potomac 
River, is a six-mile ride by taxi from Washington National Airport. 
International flights arrive at Dulles Airport, which offers regular 
bus service to the Nation's Capital.
REQUIREMENTS: Proposals should describe substantial and original
work. Proposals describing the development of new computing
methodologies should make clear how these methodologies are applied
to research and/or teaching in the humanities. Those concerned with a
particular application (e.g., a study of the style of an author)
should cite previous approaches to the problem and should include some
critical assessment of the computing methodologies used. All proposals
should include references to important sources.
ABSTRACT LENGTH: Abstracts of 1500-2000 words in length should be
submitted for presentations of thirty minutes including questions.
SESSION PROPOSALS: Proposals for sessions (90 minutes) are also
invited. These should take the form of either:
(a) Three papers. The session organizer should submit a 500-word
statement describing the session topic, include abstracts of
1000-1500 words for each paper, and indicate that each author is
willing to participate in the session.
(b) A panel of up to 6 speakers.  The panel organizer should submit
an abstract of 1500-2000 words describing the panel topic, how it will
be organized, the names of all the speakers, and an indication that
each speaker is willing to participate in the session.
FORMAT FOR SUBMISSIONS: Electronic submissions are strongly
encouraged, and should follow strictly the format given below.
Submissions that do not conform to this format will be returned to the
authors for reformatting, or may not be considered if they arrive near
the deadline.
All submissions should include a header in the following format:
TITLE: title of paper
AUTHOR(S): names of authors
AFFILIATION: affiliations of author(s)
CONTACT ADDRESS: full postal address of main author (for contact)
E-MAIL: electronic mail address of main author followed by other
              authors (if any)
FAX NUMBER: fax for main author
PHONE NUMBER: phone for main author
ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS: Please submit plain ASCII text files. Files
that include formatting by a wordprocessor, TAB characters, and soft
hyphens are not acceptable. Paragraphs should be separated by blank
lines. Headings and subheadings should be on separate lines and be
numbered. References (up to six) and notes should appear at the end of
the abstract. Where necessary, a simple markup scheme for accents and
other characters that cannot be transmitted by electronic mail should
be used; provide an explanation of the markup scheme after the title

If diagrams are necessary for the evaluation of an electronic 
submission, they should be faxed to 1-202-687-6003 (after dialing 
one's international access code) or 202-687-6003 (from within the US),
and a note to indicate the presence of diagrams should be inserted 
at the beginning of the abstract.
Address for electronic submissions: Neuman@GUVAX.Georgetown.edu
(include a subject line "<Author's surname> Submission for
PAPER SUBMISSIONS: Submissions should be typed or printed on one side
of the paper only, with ample margins. Six copies should be sent to
ACH-ALLC93 (Paper submission)
Dr. Michael Neuman
Academic Computer Center
238 Reiss Science Building
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C. 20057
PUBLICATION: A selection of papers presented at the conference will be
published in the series Research in Humanities Computing edited by
Susan Hockey and Nancy Ide, published by Oxford University Press.
Chair: Marianne Gaunt, Rutgers University (ACH)
       Thomas Corns, University of Wales, Bangor (ALLC)
       Paul Fortier, University of Manitoba (ACH)
       Jacqueline Hamesse, Universite Catholique Louvain-la-Neuve
       Susan Hockey, Rutgers and Princeton Universities (ALLC)
       Nancy Ide, Vassar College (ACH)
       Randall Jones, Brigham Young University (ACH)
       Michael Neuman, Georgetown University (ACH) (Local organizer)
       Antonio Zampolli, University of Pisa (ALLC)
Please address all inquiries to:
Dr. Michael Neuman, Local Organizer
Academic Computer Center
238 Reiss Science Building
Georgetown University
Washington, D.C. 20057
Phone: 202-687-6096
FAX:   202-687-6003
Bitnet:  Neuman@Guvax
Internet:  Neuman@Guvax.Georgetown.edu
Please include your name, full mailing address, telephone and fax
numbers, and e-mail address with any inquiry.