Literature Conference Athens Greece

ATHENS INSTITUTE FOR EDUCATION AND RESEARCH
6th Annual International Conference on Literature,

8-11 July 2013, Athens, Greece

Call for Papers and Participation

The Literature Research Unit of the Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) will hold its 6th Annual International Conference on Literature, 8-11 July 2013, Athens, Greece. For further details, please go to the conference website: http://www.atiner.gr/literature.htm. The registration fee is €300 (euro), covering access to all sessions, two lunches, coffee breaks and conference material. Special arrangements will be made with a local luxury hotel for a limited number of rooms at a special conference rate. In addition, a number of special events will be organized: A Greek night of entertainment with dinner, a special one-day cruise in the Greek islands, an archaeological tour of Athens and a one-day visit to Delphi.

The aim of the conference is to bring together scholars and students from all areas of literature and other related disciplines. Please submit a 300-word abstract by email, atiner, by 1 March 2013to: Dr. George Poulos, Emeritus Professor, University of South Africa, South Africa & Vice-President of Research, ATINER & Ms. Chryso Pelekani, Special Scientist, University of Cyprus, Cyprus & Academic Member, ATINER, 8 Valaoritou Street,Kolonaki, 10671 Athens, Greece. Tel.: + 30 210 363-4210 Fax: + 30 210 3634209. Please include: Title of Paper, Full Name (s), Current Position, Institutional Affiliation, an email address and at least 3 keywords that best describe the subject of your submission. Please use the abstract submitting form available at http://www.atiner.gr/2013/FORM-LIT.doc. Decisions are reached within 4 weeks.

If you want to participate without presenting a paper, i.e. organize a mini conference or a panel (session), chair a session, review papers to be included in the conference proceedings or books, contribute to the editing of a book, or any other contribution, please send an email to Dr. Gregory T. Papanikos, (gtp), President, ATINER.

The Athens Institute for Education and Research (ATINER) was established in 1995 as an independent academic association with the mission to become a forum, where academics and researchers – from all over the world – could meet in Athens to exchange ideas on their research and to discuss future developments in their disciplines. Since 1995, ATINER has organized more than 200 international conferences, symposiums and events. It has also published approximately 150 info.

Currently, ATINER is upgrading its system of mailing list. Please let us know if you want to receive emails from us. Typically, we will not send you more than 5 email alerts per year.

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Concorsi letterari

Concorsi letterari

Premio Ernest Hemingway Lignano Sabbiadoro
XXIX edizione:
http://www.lignano.org/index.php?id=425
scade il 31 marzo 2013

Premio Letterario Fenice Europa. Un romanzo italiano per il mondo
XIV edizione:
http://www.feniceuropa.it/bando.htm
scade il 5 aprile 2013

Premio di Poesia Lorenzo Montano
XXVII edizione:
www.antaremedizioni.it
scade il 15 aprile 2013

Premio per la Letteratura di viaggio. L’albatros città di Palestrina
XVI edizione:
http://www.premioalbatros.org/
scade il 26 aprile 2013

Premio Chiara 2013 per Raccolte di Racconti
XXV edizione:
http://www.ilfestivaldelracconto.it/premiochiara/Edizione_2013.asp
scade il 3 maggio 2013

Concorso Nazionale di Poesia e Narrativa Pietro Gozzano
XIV edizione:
http://concorsoguidogozzano.wordpress.com/bando-2013/
scade il 3 agosto 2013

Villa Medicea Cerreto Guidi: concerto di musica jazz con aperitivo

Villa Cerreto Guidi

STRAORDINARIO CONCERTO DI MUSICA JAZZ
CON APERITIVO

VILLA MEDICEA DI CERRETO GUIDI

EVENTO GRATUITO

23 febbraio 2013 ore 20,30

Il Soprintendente
Cristina Acidini
La Direttrice
Marilena Tamassia
e

l’Associazione Amici della Villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi

Sono lieti di invitare la S.V.

Al primo dei numerosi eventi in programma nella Villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi,

il concerto
"Nat & Giulian"
Around Adderley Hammond Quartet

A seguire aperitivo di delizie toscane offerto agli ospiti

Villa Cerreto Guidi

Il quintetto Around Adderley propone brani tratti dalla tradizione americana.
Alla base di questa collaborazione vi è l’idea di creare una "front line" formata da tromba e sassofono. Ogni musicista, attingendo alla propria esperienza, dove la formazione classica si fonde con la solida preparazione jazzistica includendo escursioni nella musica pop ed etnica, contribuisce alla creazione di atmosfere ricche di suggestioni.
Partendo dall’inconfondibile sound Blue Note, il repertorio è stato sapientemente arrangiato per sfruttare le potenzialità e le particolari sonorità dell’organo Hammond.
I musicisti vantano importanti curriculum e collaborazioni in svariati ambiti, dal classico, al jazz, alla musica leggera.

Marco Caponi – Sax Alto e Tenore
Nicola Cellai – Tromba e Flicorno
Matteo Addabbo – Organo Hammond
Andrea Mucciarelli – Chitarra
Stefano Rapicavoli – Batteria

Villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi, Via dei Ponti Medicei, 7, Cerreto Guidi
Info:
amicidellavillacerretoguidi
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AmiciVillaCerretoGuidi

Free event at Europe House: The World of Subtitling and Dubbing – 26/02/13

Caught on Screen: The World of Subtitling and Dubbing

Tuesday, 26 February 2013

Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU

18:00-21:00

This event is free to the public, but booking is essential. Please contact:

joanna.zywotko

More details can be found in the attached flyer.

Flyer_26Feb13_SubtitlingDubbing.pdf

News from the Internet Archive # 7

News from the Internet Archive

No. 7, 15 February 2013

(You’ll find the hypertext version of the following items, complete with images, audio, and more, at http://blog.archive.org/2013/02/15/news-from-the-archive-0007-librivox-back-forty-its-a-gas/ Also, you’ll find information about subscribing and unsubscribing at the end of this edition.)

Brewster’s Report

2013 began on a somber note when Aaron Swartz, a champion of the open world, committed suicide. Working at the Internet Archive, Aaron was the architect and first coder of OpenLibrary.org, a site to open the world of books to the Internet generation. As a user of the site, he helped put public domain books that had been locked up on the site.

http://blog.archive.org/2013/01/12/aaron-swartz-hero-of-the-open-world-rip/

As a volunteer, he helped make the RECAP system to offer free public access to public domain government court documents. He took the bold step of seeding this system by going to a public library to download the public domain and then uploaded the documents to the Internet Archive—this got him in trouble with the FBI. Now many millions of public domain documents have been used by over six million people for free, including researchers that could never have afforded the high fees to gain access.

http://blog.archive.org/2013/01/20/bulk-downloading-aaron-swartz-and-terms-of-service/

Aaron was steadfast in his dedication to building a better and open world. Selfless. Willing to cause change. He is among the best spirits of the Internet generation. I am crushed by his loss, but will continue to be enlightened by his work and dedication.

We held a moving memorial service for Aaron at the Archive on January 24; he’ll be missed.

—Brewster Kahle, founder and digital librarian

Thanks!

We’re grateful to everyone who helped with our end of the year campaign to get four new Petaboxes; that’s four thousand terabytes of storage. We look forward to filling the fifteen hundred plus hard drives with all sorts of interesting material. Stay tuned!

From the Archive’s Mailbox

I just want to thank you for existing. I suffered a concussion three weeks ago, and your audio books have been a huge blessing as I’m not allowed to do whole lot while I recover, but listening to audio books like Harry Potter is one of the few things I am allowed to do, and those things are so expensive to buy that I could only afford to buy one, fortunately after I finished that one I found you. Anyway being able to listen has kept me sane over these last few weeks and I want to thank you for that.

— Karren

You’re welcome; here’s the entire collection:

http://archive.org/details/librivoxaudio

Picks from the Archive

More Dangerous Than Dynamite

We’ve all had this experience: we’re tired, or just trying to save a few dollars, so we decide to skip a trip to the dry cleaners and clean our clothes with gasoline in the kitchen. Well, it turns out this practice can be dangerous, as this film from the Prelinger Archives demonstrates. And the special effects are, well, really special.

http://archive.org/details/more_dangerous_then_dynamite

http://archive.org/details/prelinger

—recommended by Gareth Hughes

Back Forty Live at Founders on January 19, 2013

The band’s Internet site claims that their music combines, “funk, bluegrass, rock, folk, reggae, Irish, jazz, experimentation, blues, and swing elements.” Have a listen and see if you don’t agree.

http://archive.org/details/bk402013-01-19

—recommended by Sally McDermitt

The English Dance of Death, from the Designs of Thomas Rowlandson; 1903

This book is split into two volumes and was originally published in twenty-four monthly parts (1814-16). The subject beautifully portrays the “necessary end” of us all using superstition, highly artistic engravings and skillfully written poetry: “… but frolic nature will undo, the works of art and genius too …”, “… justice slept, while reason saw the deed and wept …” This is a literary gem that lets any curious reader contemplate their journey to the grave.

http://archive.org/details/englishdanceofde00comb

http://archive.org/details/englishdanceofde01comb

—recommended by Atlas D. McLamb III

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What are your Archive favorites? Please suggest a link or two and a few words about why you appreciate your recommendation to:

bestof

—David Glenn Rinehart

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David Glenn Rinehart is an artist in residence at the Internet Archive as well as a cartoonist, composer, filmmaker, musician, and writer. His work is at http://stare.com/ and elsewhere.

Villa Medicea Cerreto Guidi: nuova stagione di eventi

Villa Cerreto Guidi

Invitano la S.V. alla conferenza stampa
di presentazione della

Nuova stagione di eventi alla Villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi
febbraio-dicembre 2013

L’incontro si svolgerà Mercoledì 20 febbraio,ore 12.00
presso la villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi, via dei Ponti Medicei n.7, Cerreto Guidi (FI)

Interverranno:

Cristina Acidini Soprintendente per il Patrimonio Storico, Artistico
ed Etnoantropologico e per il Polo Museale della città di Firenze

Marilena Tamassia Direttore della Villa medicea di Cerreto Guidi

Daria Santini Presidente dell’Associazione Amici della Villa Medicea di Cerreto Guidi

Al termine, si terrà la visita guidata alla Villa e alla mostra
Amore Vittorioso e altre storie”.

Seguirà buffet

Ufficio Comunicazione Opera Laboratori Fiorentini Spa – Civita Group
Marco Ferri tel. 055 2388721 | 335 7259518 – mail marcoferri.press

Ufficio Stampa Eventi nella villa di Cerreto Guidi
Sara Chiarello 329-9864843
Olimpia De Meo tel. 320 0404080 – mail esse.chiarello | olimpia.demeo