Computing Arts - Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities Conference
University of Sydney, Australia 26 - 28 September 2001
Computing Arts: Digital Resources for Research in the Humanities Conference (DRRH 2001) will provide a major forum for the creators, users, distributors and custodians of electronic resources in the humanities to present and discuss their work, experiences and ideas.
The first major conference devoted to issues in humanities computing generally in the Australia-Pacific region, DRRH 2001 seeks to bring together scholars, academic researchers, publishers, librarians and archivists in the region and beyond, with key speakers in the field, to foster the exchange of ideas and to extend the use of digital resources, techniques and tools in humanities research and teaching.
Scope and Keywords
DRRH 2001 intends to attract the reporting of relevant work in a broad range of fields, including archaeology, art history, history, languages and linguistics, literary studies, music, performing arts, as well as work detailing techniques and issues associated with the creation and use of digital texts, databases, images, sound, video and digital mapping.
Possible Keywords: humanities computing; scholarly editing; text encoding; text analysis; textual studies; computational linguistics; GIS mapping; digital libraries; archival description; digital imaging; image delivery; iconic visualisation; multimedia; languages; scripts; special characters; unicode; electronic publishing; markup languages (TEI, EAD); XML; coordination and collaboration issues and outcomes; funding.
Hosts at the University of Sydney: RIHSS Research Institute for Humanities and Social Sciences and SETIS the Scholarly Electronic Text and Image Service at the University of Sydney Library
DRRH 2001 is supported by The Australian Academy of the Humanities
Dr. Creagh Cole SETIS Coordinator
Ms. Rowanne Couch RIHSS Research Manager
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