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[bms-rc33] Call - Journal of Historical Network Research (first issue) (fwd)

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should be of interest. Thinking back to the papers I did years ago with 
Andrejs Plakans and Charles Wetherll

   Barry Wellman

    A vision is just a vision if it's only in your head
    Step by step, link by link, putting it together
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Date: Thu, 12 Jan 2017 23:59:29 +0100
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Subject: [bms-rc33] Call - Journal of Historical Network Researc (first issue)


Deadline: 15 January 2017


Introducing the Journal of Historical Network Research

We are pleased to announce the launch of the Journal of Historical Network 
Research, a new publication dedicated to historical research by means of 
theories and methodologies developed in social network analysis and network 
science.
Why we need a Journal of Historical Network Research

While interdisciplinary research into the relational paradigm has produced an 
impressive body of work across the social and political sciences and also, 
increasingly, among historians, there is as yet no international medium of 
publication devoted to the study of networks in their historical contexts. This 
has put scholars with an interest in historical network researchboth historians 
and historical sociologistsat a great disadvantage, and has meant that they 
have long been accustomed to publishing research papers in non-historical 
journals. The situation for historians interested in network research is 
further complicated by academic and cultural idiosyncrasies, since much of the 
groundbreaking and recent research into historical networks in the 
English-speaking world has been carried out by historical sociologists, rather 
than social historians, and has thus remained mostly outside the sphere of 
traditional academic history departments. This has naturally also influenced 
the means of publication for research in this area; preferred journals such as 
Social Networks and the American Journal of Sociology focus heavily on 
methodological and theoretical aspects. In short, there are no international 
publications devoted to the study of networks (social and otherwise) from a 
specifically historical perspective.

This is the gap that the Journal of Historical Network Research is keen to 
fill. Its aim is to publish outstanding and original contributions which apply 
the theories and methodologies of social network analysis to historical 
research, to help advance the epistemological and theoretical understanding of 
social network analysis in the historical, social and political sciences, and 
to promote empirical research on historical social interactions. The journal 
aims to promote the interplay between different areas of historical research 
(in the broadest sense), social and political sciences, and different research 
traditions and disciplines, while strengthening the dialogue between network 
research and traditional historical research. The journal will serve as a 
meeting place for the traditional hermeneutics of historical research and its 
concomitant emphasis on contextualisation and historical source criticism (as 
present in traditional academic historical journals) on the one hand, and the 
theory-heavy and/or sometimes overly technical discussion of methodological and 
technological issues (which predominates in publications focused on pure or 
sociological network research) on the other.
Editorial and Advisory Boards

The Editorial and Advisory Boards of the Journal of Historical Network Research 
are composed of scholars who have previously published in the field of 
historical network research, covering all of the main historical periods, from 
antiquity and the mediaeval period to (early) modern and contemporary history. 
The Advisory Board consists of noted scholars and internationally renowned 
experts from both the historical sciences and neighbouring disciplines (e.g. 
archaeology, social, political and economic sciences, digital humanities and 
computer science), whose task will be to ensure the academic quality of 
publications.

The journal is committed to excellence in research and scholarship and will 
adhere to the highest measures of quality control. Papers will be peer reviewed 
by experts in relevant fields. The journal will be an open access online 
publication hosted by the University of Luxembourg. As a digital medium the 
journal will emphasise the wide range of possibilities for publishing online. 
For network research in particular, this mode of publication holds a number of 
advantages. Unlike traditional print publications, no size or viewability limit 
is placed on network graphs. Data collections and databases may be published 
alongside research papers, and visual representations of networks are not 
limited to static figures but may also include dynamic/animated graphs and/or 
timelines, as well as three-dimensional network views. This encourages the 
development and application of digital resources alongside more traditional 
journals, with the aim of supporting relational science and historical network 
research.
Submissions

We are seeking proposals for papers to be published in the Journal of 
Historical Network Research, the first issue of which will appear in the summer 
of 2017.

The Editorial Board welcomes proposals for papers centred on historical network 
research into any period of the recorded human past, from Bronze Age 
civilisation to contemporary history.

While English is the language of choice, articles can also be submitted in 
German, French and Italian (please include your contact details). All articles 
(but especially those articles written in a language other than English) should 
be accompanied by an abstract of no more than 300 words in American English 
which gives the salient points and arguments, and should also be indexed by no 
more than 5 keywords.

Please follow the Author Guidelines and use this Word template  to ensure that 
your paper is formatted correctly.

Articles for the first volume should be submitted to 
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notified of acceptance as soon as possible.

For further information on historical network research in general, we would 
advise you to visit www.historicalnetworkresearch.org. If you have any 
additional queries, please do not hesitate to contact the editors at 
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Editorial Board

Christian Rollinger
University of Trier
Editor Ancient History

Robert Gramsch-Stehfest
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Editor Medieval History

Martin Stark
ILS Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Aachen
Editor Modern History

Marten Düring
University of Luxembourg
Editor Contemporary History


Advisory Board

Wim Broekaert, University of Ghent
Frederik Elwert, Ruhr University Bochum
Luca de Benedictis, Università di Macerata
Paul McLean, Rutgers University
Tobias Winnerling, Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf
Emily Erikson, Yale University
Henning Hillmann, University of Mannheim
Nick Crossley, University of Manchester
Lothar Krempel, Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Societies (ret.)
Malte Rehbein, University of Passau
Antske Fokkens, University of Amsterdam (VU)
Kimmo Elo, Åbo Akademi
Diane Cline, The George Washington University
Anna Collar, Aarhus University
Tom Brughmans, University of Konstanz
Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)
Charles van den Heuvel, University of Amsterdam
Claire Lemercier, French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)
Christophe Verbruggen, University of Ghent
Linda von Keyserlingk, Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr Dresden
Matthias Bixler, University of Bremen
Susie J. Pak, St. Johns University

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