Emit Conference 2012 
Call or Papers

The Florida Atlantic University is organizing The Early modern Image and Text Society Bi-Annual Conference, hosted by the Department of Languages, Linguistics and Comparative Literature and The Arthur and Mata Jaffe Center for Book Arts. It will take place this October 25-28, 2012 in Boca Raton, Florida. Deadline to submit abstracts: March 31st, 2012.
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Symposio El Apocalipsis en el Nuevo Mundo 

Nuestro Proyecto, The Hispanic Baroque, tiene el gusto de invitar a Symposio, El Apocalipsis en el Nuevo Mundo que tomará lugar el 29 y 30 de Septiembre en la BNP y el 1ro de Octubre en la Pontificia universidad católica del Perú. The Hispanic Baroque a traves del SSHRC es uno delos patrocinadores del "Apocalipsis en el Nuevo Mundo"
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Homenaje a Bolivar Echeverría 

La Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México invita al Coloquio Internacional Modernidad y Resistencias, Homenaje a Bolivar Echeverría, que tomará lugar EL 20, 21 y 22 de Septiembre en la UNAM
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Upcoming GRISO activities

During the first week of August 2011, GRISO (Grupo de Investigación Siglo de Oro) a research group from the University of Navarra will be organizing 3 activities all of them related to the Course of Literature Malónde Echaide.
("Teatro y fiesta en el Siglo de Oro: texto y representación")
(I Congreso Internacional "Jóvenes Investigadores Siglo de Oro" (JISO 2011)
(Congreso Internacional "Teatro y fiesta en el Siglo de Oro: texto y representación" (El Burgo de Osma)


Upcoming International Congress in Rio de Janeiro

The Primeiro Congresso Internacional do Hispanic Baroque no Brasil will be taking place this May 16-20, 2011 at the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
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Video Update

The lectures by Dr. Cristina Osswald and Shawn Graham done on March 11, 2010 and December 8, 2009, are now available
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"Workshop on Complexity, Computing
and the Humanities" Lectures
June 16th - 17th, 2008


Using Complexity Science To Measure and Make Social Change I: Complexity Science and Social Systems - Theory

"Discrete System States"
James Hay, Former CEO of Dow Chemical Canada &
Adjunct Professor, Fac. of Engineering, The University of Western Ontario (video) (PDF)

"Social Systems and d/c Cycles"
David Flynn, Professor Emeritus, Sociology,
King's University College (video) (PDF)

Using Complexity Science To Measure and Make Social Change II: Complexity Science and Social Systems - Applications

"Introduction to Art Cycles"
David Flynn, Professor Emeritus, Sociology,
King's University College (video)

"Siting Bologna in the Region of Complexity"
Madeline Lennon, Associate Professor, Art History,
The University of Western Ontario (video)

"Illustrations of the Range of Applications"
James Hay, Former CEO of Dow Chemical Canada &
Adjunct Professor, Fac. of Engineering,
The University of Western Ontario (video)

Theoretical Considerations on Complexity

"Computational Models of Moral Reasoning: Improving our Understanding of Moral Reasoning"
Marcello Guarini, Professor, Philosophy,
University of Windsor (video)

Agent-Based Research and Modelling

"Networks and History"
Tammy Smith, Assistant Professor, Sociology, Stony Brook University (part 1) (part 2)

"Modelling Cultural Dynamics: A (Beta) Simulator"
Fernando Sancho, Universidad de Sevilla &
Juan Luis Suárez, Professor, Spanish,
The University of Western Ontario (part 1) (part 2)

"Complexity and Spanish Borderlands Culture"
Belinda Roman, PhD Candidate, Hispanic Studies,
The University of Western Ontario (video)

"Afro-Culture and Identity"
Eduard Arriaga, PhD Candidate, Hispanic Studies,
The University of Western Ontario (video)

"Books: The Movement of Information and the Emergence of Knowledge"
Miriam Peña Pimentel, PhD Candidate, Hispanic Studies, The University of Western Ontario
(video)

Databases and Historical Research

"Databases and HIstoric Research: The 16th century English Army"
Mike Bauer, Professor, Computer Science & William Acres, Adjunct Professor, History,
(Huron University College), The University of Western Ontario (part 1) (part 2) (PDF)

"De Moivre's Knowledge Community: An analysis of the subscription list to the Miscellanea Analytica"
David Bellhouse, Professor, Statistics & Actuarial Sciences, The University of Western Ontario
(part 1) (part 2)

"MUSICAT's Choirbooks Databases"
Mario Haza Treviño, database designer/consultant, Instituto de Investigaciones Estéticas, UNAM (video)

Natural Language

"Natural Language Processing and Text Mining"
John Atkinson, Associate Professor, Computer Science, Universidad de Concepción (Chile) (part 1) (part 2) (PDF) (Atkinson & Ferreira 2008)

"Methodological Considerations for Poetic Analysis Using XML"
D. Grant Campbell, Associate Professor, Fac. of Information & Media Studies,
The University of Western Ontario &
Craig Harkema, Liaison Librarian of Special Collections (Research Services Division),
University of Saskatchewan (video)

"Spoken Dialogue Systems"
José F. Quesada, Director of R&D at Natural Language (Infinity. A Vocalcom Company) (part 1) (part 2)


 

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