A first glimpse on the emtacl15 programme.
The speakers had a deadline set to the 9th of January to confirm their participation at the conference, we still miss 1 or 2 speakers confirming their participation but we dare to put their name on display before they have confirmed 100 %. The programme so far looks interesting, but as with everyone having experiences with organizing conferences their is always last minute changes. You might notice that the headings for the different sessions is lacking, they will soon be supplied with topic headings.
When we get all speakers bios, photos and abstracts in PDFs we will eventually also link to those from the programme.
Hope you all feel tempted by the programme and decide to participate at the conference. The conference registration is hereby declared open.
The hotel and venue where emtacl15 will be held is still the same as with previous emtacl conferences, the only difference is the change of name from Rica Nidelven Hotel to Scandic Nidelven Hotel.
Thanks to all of you submitting an abstract/paper. Now it’s time for the emtacl15 IPC to read the abstracts and accept or reject. The 15th of December we will hopefully have our list of accepted contributions and be almost ready to present a first glimpse of something looking like a programme for the conference.
So things are happening….
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE EXTENDED TO November 15th, 2014
Details/instructions about submission take a look at http://emtacl.com/call-for-papers/
Call for papers is now open
Abstract Submission Deadline: 1 November 2014
Johanna is CEO at Hyper Island since the beginning of 2011. Previously she has spent many years at the Swedish public service television company SVT in several leading positions, the most recent one being Director of Program Production. Johanna has vast experience of Leadership in Change and Organizational Development. In 2013 Johanna was awarded the price “CEO of the Year” by Motivation.se and Executive People.
Andrew Prescott is Professor of Digital Humanities at King’s College London and ‘Theme Leader Fellow’ for the Arts and Humanities Research Council in the United Kingdom on its ‘Digital Transformations’ theme. Andrew trained as a medieval historian, researching the Peasants’ Revolt of 1381. From 1979-2000, he was a Curator of Manuscripts in the British Library. He has subsequently worked in a number of digital humanities units and libraries at the University of Sheffield, University of Wales Trinity St David and University of Glasgow. He was the British Library co-ordinator for the ‘Electronic Beowulf’ project edited by Professor Kevin S Kiernan and has published a number of books and articles on the history of manuscripts, archives and libraries.