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FW: [aimsl] Call - The Connected Past, Networks in Archaeology & History (26 Apr, Paris)

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Subject: [aimsl] Call - The Connected Past, Networks in Archaeology &
History (26 Apr, Paris)

>> Consider submitting your methodologically interesting articles to the 
>> BMS <<
Thanks to Claire Lemercier &
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Deadline: 12 November 2013


The Connected Past
[English version below]

Dans le cadre du congrès CAA 2014 (informatique et méthodes quantitatives en
archéologie) à Paris.

Deadline abstract submission: 12 November 2013.

Un événement organisé par le réseau “The Connected Past”

Avec le soutien de Sciences Po Paris, du programme de recherche
DYREM<http://www.cso.edu/fiche_actu.asp?actu_id=1317>, du Médialab et du
groupe Res-Hist, Réseaux et Histoire<http://reshist.hypotheses.org/>

Samedi 26 avril 2014 à Sciences Po, amphithéâtres Albert Sorel et Anatole
Leroy-Beaulieu, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris (métro
Saint-Germain-des-Prés ou Rue du Bac)

Organisation : Claire Lemercier (CNRS, Sciences Po, Paris), Tom Brughmans
(University of Southampton), The Connected Past comité scientifique

“The Connected Past” est un groupe de chercheurs doté d’un comité
scientifique international et interdisciplinaire. Son objectif est d’offrir
des lieux de discussion autour du développement d’applications originales
des approches en termes de réseaux et de complexité en archéologie et en
histoire. Pour cela, il organise depuis 2011 des colloques, séminaires et
ateliers de formation.

Le mot “réseau” est de plus en plus à la mode depuis maintenant plusieurs
décennies, dans la plupart des disciplines, y compris de sciences humaines
et sociales. En histoire et en archéologie notamment, les théories et
méthodes centrées sur les réseaux, souvent inspirées de l’analyse de réseaux
sociaux ou des sciences de la complexité, sont de plus en plus souvent
mobilisées, que ce soit pour parler des liens sociaux du passé ou pour
traiter des données empiriques portant sur d’autres types de relations
(impliquant des lieux, objets, etc.). La série de journées “The Connected
Past” propose un lieu commun pour discuter de travaux de ce type, appliquant
des approches des réseaux au passé, quelle que soit leur discipline
d’origine.

La journée de Paris se tiendra dans la foulée du congrès d’archéologie CAA,
afin de permettre à ses participants d’être présents s’ils le souhaitent ;
mais les propositions pour la journée émanant d’autres disciplines et
notamment de l’histoire sont tout à fait bienvenues, indépendamment de toute
participation au congrès CAA.

Les objectifs de la journée sont de :

   *   Proposer un lieu commun de présentation pour des recherches
appliquant
des approches des réseaux à des questions archéologiques ou historiques
   *   Discuter les spécificités et les implications de ces approches pour
ces
questions et types de données particuliers
   *   Contribuer à la constitution d’un groupe de chercheur.se.s
intéressé.e.s
par le potentiel de ces approches en archéologie et en histoire
   *   Encourager le dialogue interdisciplinaire et la recherche collective
dans
le domaine des réseaux complexes
   *   Faire vivre les débats sur l’application des théories et méthodes sur
les
réseaux, en histoire, archéologie, et en retour dans d’autres disciplines.

Les propositions pour la journée de Paris peuvent notamment se rattacher aux
thèmes suivants (liste non limitative) :

   *   La diffusion ou la migration d’innovations, de personnes, d’objets
dans
le passé
   *   L’analyse de réseaux sociaux en archéologie ou en histoire
   *   Les dynamiques liées d’espaces physiques et relationnels
   *   Les réseaux multiplexes, multiniveaux, longitudinaux
   *   Les propriétés émergentes des réseaux complexes
   *   Agency, structure et complexité dans les approches des réseaux
   *   L’avenir possible des approches des réseaux en histoire et en
archéologie

Merci d’envoyer vos propositions (titre et résumé de 250 mots maximum, en
anglais) à [log in to unmask] pour le 12 novembre 2013.
L’envoi d’articles complets ne sera pas demandé. Les présentations orales
seront limitées à 15 minutes, de manière à laisser un temps important aux
discussions.
Les propositions doivent être envoyées en anglais pour permettre un examen
incluant l’équipe non francophone de “The Connected Past”. En revanche, il
sera possible de donner une communication orale en français accompagnée
d’une présentation projetée en anglais, ou l’inverse, et d’intervenir en
français dans les discussions.

Le repas de midi sera offert aux auteurs de communications et, nous
l’espérons, à l’ensemble des participants. En revanche, les éventuels
trajets et nuits d’hôtel resteront à la charge des auteurs de
communications.
Il n’y a pas de frais d’inscription, mais, du fait de la taille des
amphithéâtres, il sera demandé de s’inscrire auprès des organisateurs (en
cas d’inscriptions trop nombreuses, seuls les premiers pourront entrer !).
Fin novembre, la liste des communications acceptées sera annoncée et
l’adresse d’inscription sera indiquée dans le même temps.

Notez enfin deux autres événements connexes auxquels nous vous encourageons
également à participer

   *   Un atelier pratique “The Connected Past” dans le cadre de la CAA :
introduction aux réseaux sociaux pour archéologues (en anglais), voir
CAA<http://caa2014.sciencesconf.org/conference/caa2014/pages/CAA2014_list_of
_sessions_V1.pdf>.
   *   Début avril 2014 à Toulouse, les secondes rencontres Res-Hist sur
l’analyse de réseaux en histoire, avec des invités étrangers, des
présentations de recherches en cours et des ateliers pratiques de formation.
A suivre sur le carnet Res-Hist.

-----


CALL FOR PAPERS

The Connected Past
A satellite conference at CAA 2014, Paris
26 April 2014 in Paris Sciences Po. Deadline abstract submission: 12
November 2013. http://connectedpast.soton.ac.uk/

With the Support of Sciences Po<http://www.sciencespo.fr/>, the DYREM
research program<http://www.cso.edu/fiche_actu.asp?actu_id=1317>,
Médialab<http://www.medialab.sciences-po.fr/fr>, and the French network of
historical network analysis<http://reshist.hypotheses.org/>.

Held Saturday April 26th 2014 in Sciences Po, rooms Albert Sorel and Anatole
Leroy-Beaulieu, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, 75007 Paris (metro
Saint-Germain-des-Prés or Rue du Bac)

Organisers: Claire Lemercier (CNRS, Sciences Po, Paris), Tom Brughmans
(University of Southampton), The Connected Past steering committee.

The Connected Past is a community led by a multi-disciplinary international
steering committee. It aims to provide discussion platforms for the
development of original and critical applications of network and complexity
approaches to archaeology and history. To this purpose The Connected Past
organises international conferences, focused seminars and practical didactic
workshops.

Over the past decade ‘network’ has become a buzz-word in many disciplines
across the humanities and sciences. Researchers in archaeology and history
in particular are increasingly exploring network-based theory and
methodologies drawn from complex network models or social network analysis
as a means of understanding dynamic social relationships in the past, as
well as technical relationships in their data. This series of conferences
aims to provide a platform for pioneering, multidisciplinary, collaborative
work by researchers working to develop network approaches and their
application to the past.

The conference will be held immediately after the CAA conference (Computer
Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology), also happening in
Paris, allowing participants to easily attend both – but participants from
other disciplines, especially history, are also most welcome.

The conference aims to:

   *   Provide a forum for the presentation of network-based research
applied to
archaeological or historical questions
   *   Discuss the practicalities and implications of applying network
perspectives and methodologies to archaeological and historical data in
particular
   *   Strengthen the group of researchers interested in the potential of
network approaches for archaeology and history
   *   Foster cross-disciplinary dialogue and collaborative work towards
integrated analytical frameworks for understanding complex networks
   *   Stimulate debate about the application of network theory and analysis
within archaeology and history in particular, but also more widely, and
highlight the relevance of this work for the continued development of
network theory in other disciplines

We welcome contributions addressing any of (but not restricted to) the
following
themes:

   *   The diffusion of innovations, people and objects in the past
   *   Social network analysis in archaeology and history
   *   The dynamics between physical and relational space
   *   Evolving, multilevel and multiplex networks
   *   Emergent properties in complex networks
   *   Agency, structuration and complexity in network approaches
   *   Future directions for network approaches in archaeology and history

Please email proposed titles and abstracts (max. 250 words) by November 12th
2013 to: [log in to unmask]

Complete papers will not be required. Oral presentations will be limited to
15 minutes so as to leave room for discussion. The abstracts should be
written in English, but French talks accompanied by an English presentation,
or vice versa, will be admitted, and French questions or answers will be
welcome during the debates. Lunch will be offered to presenters and
hopefully to all participants, but the organizers cannot fund travel or
lodging.

There are no attendance fees. Although this event is free of charge,
registration is required and the number of places is limited. Registration
to the event will open once the final programme is advertised in late
November, and places will be allocated on a first-come-first-serve basis.

A “The Connected Past” practical workshop, “Introduction to network analysis
for archaeologists” will also be organized during CAA2014 in Paris (see the
CAA
programme<http://caa2014.sciencesconf.org/conference/caa2014/pages/CAA2014_l
ist_of_sessions_V1.pdf>).

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