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This is a reminder that March 1, 2009 is the deadline to submit a
proposal to the Political Networks conference (at Harvard, June 12-13,
Please get your submissions in this week!
david and james
James H. Fowler
The Political Networks conference will be held June 12-13, 2009 at
Harvard University. This is a sequel to the "Networks in Political
Science" conference at Harvard last year that attracted over 200
participants. For last year’s program see:
Preceding the conference, there will be a series of workshops
introducing existing substantive areas of research, statistical
methods (and software packages) for dealing with the distinctive
dependencies of network data, and network visualization.
The deadline for submitting a paper proposal is March 1, 2009.
Proposals should include a title and a one-paragraph abstract. You
may submit paper proposals at:
The National Science Foundation is supporting a limited number of
competitive fellowships to defray the costs of attendance for doctoral
students and recent (post 2006) PhDs. Funding may be available for
graduate students not presenting papers, but preference will be given
to students using network analysis in their dissertations. Women and
minorities are especially encouraged to apply.
Applications for funding should include a CV, one letter of
recommendation, and a brief statement about intended use of network
analysis, and should be uploaded at
The final program will be available at http://www.ksg.harvard.edu/netgov
Political Networks is supported by the National Science Foundation,
and sponsored by the Institute for Quantitative Social Science and the
Program on Networked Governance at Harvard University.
We look forward to seeing you there!
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