Call for Participation: Fourth Workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature, Denver, June 4thSubmitted by Stan Szpakowicz on 20 April 2015 - 10:49am
We invite all and sundry to the NAACL 2015 workshop on Computational Linguistics for Literature. Everything you want to know about the workshop appears on its site:
There will be six talks, an eight-poster session and two invited talks. Nick Montfort from MIT will tell us about *Exploratory Programming for Literary Work*. Matthew Jockers from UNL will talk about *The (not so) Simple Shape of Stories*.
We expect to be able to offer the student participants several travel grants of $500 each.
13th International Conference on
Intelligent Text Processing and Computational Linguistics
March 11-17, 2012
All topics related with computational
linguistics, natural language processing,
human language technologies, information
LNCS - Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science;
poster session: special issue of a journal
Four keynote speakers anticipated