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REMINDER: Syriac Symposium and SyrCOM live on the web

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  • George Kiraz
    This is a reminder that the main plenary sessions of the Syriac Symposium and the Syriac Computing Sessions at Princeton (which started yesterday and are going
    Message 1 of 1 , Jul 11, 2003
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      This is a reminder that the main plenary sessions of the Syriac Symposium and the Syriac Computing Sessions at Princeton (which started yesterday and are going until Saturday) are streamed live on the web. Go to www.bethmardutho.org and click on the Live Streaming links.
       
      The remainder of the program is as follows (in EST):
      FRIDAY, JULY 11
      9-10:30. Syriac Computing Session I
          - Thomas Joseph, Automating the Syrian Orthodox Calendar
          - Emil Soleyman-Zomalan, The Beh Mardutho Web Site
       
      11-12:30.  Syriac Computing Session II
          - George Kiraz and Steve Caruso, eBethArke: The Syriac Digital Library Project (with demo)
          - W.F. Clocksin and P.P.J. Fernando, Towards Automatic Recognition of Syriac Handwriting
          - Sargon Hasso, The Design and Architecture of Meltho Fonts
       
      2-3:30.   Syriac Computing Session III
          - George Kiraz and Sargon Hasso, Tutorial on Using Syrian in Windows XP.
       
      4:00-6:00. Symposium Plenary Address III
          - Herman Teule, The Syrian Renaissance (1026-1318)
       
      SATURDAY JULY 12
      4:00-6:00. Symposium Plenary Address IV
          - Amir Harrak, Commemorating Church History during the Ottoman Period: Syriac Monumental Inscriptions from the Assyrian Heartland in Mesopotamia
       
       
       
      George Kiraz
       
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      George A. Kiraz, M.St. (Oxon), M.Phil., Ph.D. (Cantab)
      Beth Mardutho: The Syriac Institute
       
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