[12 February 2010]
The Association for Computers and the Humanities and the Association for Literary and Linguistic Computing have now signed on as co-sponsors of the Balisage conference held each year in August in Montréal. They join a number of other co-sponsors who also deserve praise and thanks, but I’m particularly happy about ACH and ALLC because they have provided such an important part of my intellectual home over the years.
Balisage will take place Tuesday through Friday, 3-6 August, this year; on Monday 2 August there will be a one-day pre-conference symposium on a topic to be announced real soon now. It’s a conference for anyone interested in descriptive markup, information preservation, access to and management of information, accessibility, device independence, data reuse — any of the things that descriptive markup helps enable. The deadline for peer review applications is 19 March; the deadline for papers is 16 April. Time to start thinking about what you’re going to write up; you don’t want to be caught up short at the last minute, without time to work out your idea properly.
Mark your calendars!