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I am pleased to say that the Political Networks conference marches
into the Rockies this June. I think it is fair to say that this
conference is a great venue for those of you interested in politics
and networks, broadly defined, and encompassing many methodological
and disciplinary orientations. And if you have not but are so
inclined, this is also a great season to bring those theoretical and
methodological perspectives from the study of social networks to
Mark your calendars!
Please save the date on your calendars for the 5th Annual Political
Networks Conference and Training Sessions, hosted by the University of
Colorado at Boulder and the University of Denver, June 13-16, 2012.
The Conference and Training Sessions will be held at the University of
Colorado at Boulder.
Training June 13-14, 2012.
June 13: -Introductory Training/Introduction to Network Concepts
-Computer Applications in Network Analysis (Intermediate)
June 14: Specialized Topics in Network Analysis
Conference June 15-16, 2012.
June 15: first day of panels; Plenary Address and reception; poster session
June 16: second day of panels; business meeting
Co-hosts: Anand Edward Sokhey (University of Colorado at Boulder);
Seth Masket (University of Denver)
Program Chair: Jennifer Victor (University of Pittsburgh)
Call for proposals: early January, 2012.
Details to follow in early December, 2011.
The 5th Annual Political Networks Conference and Training Sessions,
Boulder CO, June 13-16, 2012
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