Digital Resources for Cultural Heritage (Special session of GURT 2019)
Please join us for a one-day workshop on Digital Humanities resources for cultural heritage at GURT 2019 (the Georgetown University Roundtable on Languages and Linguistics), to be held on Saturday, March 30, 2019 at Georgetown University in Washington, DC (note that GURT will span three days, March 29-31, but this special session will be held on Saturday). This session will focus on methods and strategies for representing underrepresented cultures in archival collections, corpora and online databases, making data that is otherwise difficult to access, easily accessible online. Additionally, the session will consider digital tools that can be used for promoting native language use and learning, particularly among underrepresented groups, and historical heritage languages. This session will consist of an invited panel discussion, as well as paper and poster presentations. The call for papers is below.
. Azeb Amha, University of Leiden
. Mary Linn, The Smithsonian Institution
. Fr. Columba Stewart, Hill Museum and Manuscript Library
Call for papers: We invite abstract submissions for paper and poster presentations in all areas relating to digital resources promoting cultural heritage. Related topics include, but are not limited to
* Online archival collections of cultural and linguistic data * Tools for annotating cultural and linguistic data * Digitizing manuscript collections or oral literature traditions * Language learning tools (websites, apps, software, etc.) * Use of video in language documentation, conservation, and preservation * Online databases and other tools for linguistic fieldworkers or language communities * Documentation of a specific language spoken by an underrepresented group * Bringing language data from underrepresented groups to bear on research questions in Linguistics and the Digital Humanities
Abstracts should be submitted on EasyChair by December 16, 2018, and should adhere to the guidelines below:
* Include a title (15 word limit). * Abstracts should be no more than 500 words (one page, 12 pt font) with an additional page for references or figures if needed. Indicate which that the special theme, is "Digital resources for cultural heritage" and indicate preference for 20-minute talk or poster presentation. * Separately, include a summary (50 word limit): A brief description to be included in the conference program. * Please provide 3 to 5 keywords to assist the organizers in assigning reviewers. * Abstract should be prepared for anonymous review (no reference to the author or the author's home institution in the abstract). * No more than one single-authored and one co-authored submission per author.
Notification of acceptance will be sent by January 18, 2019.
Looking forward to seeing you at GURT,
Ruth Kramer, Hannah Sande and Amir Zeldes
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