I am very pleased to announce that the program for the Symposium on Cultural Heritage Markup is now available: <>(the symposium will be followed by Balisage: The Markup Conference 2015 <>)

All of the talks in some way address and grapple with the complexity of Cultural Heritage materials and the difficulties involved in applying standard markup solutions to them. A further call for short presentations meant to kick off long discussions will be forthcoming, so please be on the lookout!

Topics include: 
- dealing with document fragments and fragmentary annotations
- aligning text to images and the character level
- interoperable cross-references using TEI
- converting metadata from legacy formats to web formats
- representing and storing metadata for long-term use

Symposium Logistics: 
- When: 10 August 2015
- Where: Bethesda North Marriott Hotel & Conference Center
     (Bethesda, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, DC)
- More Info: <>
- Program: <>
- Registration: <>
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 *  Hugh A. Cayless, Ph.D
 *  Chair, TEI Technical Council 
 *  Duke Collaboratory for Classics Computing (DC3)
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