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[bms-rc33] Meeting - The Connected Past - Networks, History & Archeology (24-25 Aug, Poole GB) (fwd)

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Subject: [bms-rc33] Meeting - The Connected Past - Networks,
     History & Archeology (24-25 Aug, Poole GB)

>> Consider submitting your methodologically interesting articles to the BMS <<
Thanks to Claire Lemercier


The Connected Past 2017, August 24-25th 2017,
Bournemouth University (UK)

THE CONNECTED PAST 2017: THE FUTURE OF PAST NETWORKS?

AUGUST 24-25TH 2017

BOURNEMOUTH UNIVERSITY (UK)__

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_AUGUST 22-23RD 2017 PRACTICAL NETWORKS WORKSHOP_

http://connectedpast.net/

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THE CONNECTED PAST 2017 is a multi-disciplinary, international two-day
conference that aims to provide a friendly and informal platform for
exploring the use of network research in the study of the human past.

IT WILL BE PRECEDED BY A TWO-DAY PRACTICAL WORKSHOP OFFERING HANDS-ON
EXPERIENCE WITH A RANGE OF NETWORK SCIENCE METHODS.__

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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION (includes coffee breaks and lunch): £35

WORKSHOP REGISTRATION (includes coffee breaks): £20

KEYNOTES: Eleftheria Paliou and discussant Chris Tilley (tbc)

ORGANISERS: Fiona Coward, Anna Collar & Tom Brughmans

Five years have passed since the first Connected Past conference
(Southampton 2012) brought together scholars working in archaeology,
history, physics, mathematics and computer science to discuss how
network methods, models and thinking might be used to enhance our
understanding of the human past. Much has happened in these intervening
years: applications of network analysis have expanded rapidly; a number
of collected volumes dealing explicitly with network analysis of the
past have been published (e.g. _The Connected Past_, OUP 2016; Special
Issue of the _Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory_ 2015;
_Network Analysis in Archaeology_, OUP 2013); and several dedicated
groups of scholars are thriving, including the Connected Past itself
which hosted conferences in Paris and London, but also the Historical
Network Research group, Res-Hist and others. The Connected Past 2017
will provide an opportunity to take stock of the developments of the
past five years and to discuss the future of network research in
archaeology and history. How will new network models, methods and
thinking shape the ways we study the past?

Topics might include, but are not limited to:

        Missing and incomplete data in archaeological and historical
networks

        Networks, space and place

        Network change over time

        What kinds of data can archaeologists and historians use to
reconstruct past networks and what kinds of issues ensue?

        Categories in the past vs categories in our analysis: etic or
emic, pre-determined or emergent?

        Formal network analysis vs qualitative network approaches:
pros, cons, potential, limitations

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