CFP: TEI 2024: Texts, Languages, and Communities

The annual Text Encoding Initiative conference, TEI 2024, is set for 7–11 October 2024 in-person at Universidad del Salvador in Buenos Aires, Argentina and the organizers invite submissions for papers, posters, panels, demos, and workshops. This event, marking the Text Encoding Initiative’s twenty-fourth conference, is themed around, “Texts, Languages, and Communities,” which encourages contributions that explore the global and local dimensions of text encoding across various fields and communities. Submissions are welcomed from a diverse range of participants, including those new to text encoding, with a focus on fostering a multilingual and multicultural exchange of experiences and methodologies. From the call:

Topics include, but are not limited to the use or application of TEI in:

  • digital humanities
  • digital editions
  • galleries/libraries/archives/museums
  • intangible heritage
  • bibliographies and bibliographic studies
  • catalogs and collection management
  • study of oral cultures, oral history
  • teaching and learning
  • information retrieval
  • machine learning approaches
  • literary analysis

We are also interested in:

  • encoding, publishing, and researching multilingual corpora or lexical resources
  • pedagogies related to text encoding
  • TEI in Spanish
  • uses of the TEI in Latin America
  • computational analysis of encoded text
  • ontologies, authority files, and linked data in text encoding and description, particularly where multilingual
  • best practices in approaches to text encoding
  • sex, gender and representation in the TEI
  • TEI for journal publishing and ebooks
  • stand-off annotation, semantic markup and models for collaborative markup
  • computer vision
  • handwritten text recognition
  • potential use cases or applications of text and music encoding
  • innovative applications of the TEI

Submit proposals via the TEI 2024 ConfTool and forward questions to hdlabconicet[at]

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