LINGUISTIC AND LITERARY CARTOGRAPHIES: VISUALISING LINGUISTIC AND LITERARY NETWORKS- ESSE SEMINAR
Marina Dossena, Univerrsity of Bergamo, Italy, firstname.lastname@example.org
John Corbett, University of Macau, Macao SAR, email@example.com
This seminar to be held as part of the 12th ESSE conference in Kosice, Slovakia (29th August to 2nd September 2014), invites participation from scholars involved in the visualisation of linguistic, literary and historical relationships. There has recently been an upsurge of interest in linguistic and literary cartographies, and in particular the use of digital media to map linguistic change, literary data and historical networks. The seminar offers an opportunity for researchers this area to showcase their work in progress, and to share good practice in the development of methodologies and software. We anticipate that the session will be of interest to those working in the areas of historical corpora, correspondence and social networks, lexicography and the digital humanities.
We invite abstract submissions (max 200 words) for individual paper presentations by 28 February 2014 directly to the conveners (firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com ). The following information should be included in the abstracts:
Name & Surname
Title of paper
Equipment needed (all seminar rooms will be equipped with a computer and a projector)
According to the conference guidelines, presenters will be asked to circulate reduced versions of their papers in advance of the seminar, and they will have 15 minutes for presentation and 10 minutes for discussions.Proponents will be informed about the acceptance of their papers by 31 March 2014, and ESSE conference registration will open on 1 April 2014.Please do feel free to contact the seminar conveners in case you have any queries.
ESSE Conference information more generally is available at http://kaa.ff.upjs.sk/en/event/4/12th-esse-conference#toc-home
With best wishes
Professor of English,
University of Macau
CFP seminar linguistic and literary networks