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[bms-rc33] Call - Networks across Time & Space - Historical Netword Analysis Workshop (27-28 May, Mainz DE) (fwd)

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Barry Wellman <[log in to unmask]>

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Barry Wellman <[log in to unmask]>

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Thu, 21 Feb 2019 13:07:42 -0500

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   Barry Wellman


   Step by step, link by link, putting it together--Streisand/Sondheim
        The earth to be spannd, connected by network--Walt Whitman
              It's Always Something--Roseanne Roseannadanna

              A day like all days, filled with those events
          that alter and illuminate our times--Walter Cronkite
  _______________________________________________________________________
   NetLab Network      			                            FRSC
   Distinguished Visiting Scholar   Social Media Lab   Ryerson University
         Founder, International Network for Social Network Analysis
   NETWORKED: The New Social Operating System  Lee Rainie & Barry Wellman
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Date: Thu, 21 Feb 2019 19:05:55 +0100
From: VAN METER Karl <[log in to unmask]>
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Subject: [bms-rc33] Call - Networks across Time & Space - Historical Netword
     Analysis Workshop (27-28 May, Mainz DE)

>> Consider submitting your methodologically interesting articles to the BMS <<
       >> Soumettez vos articles méthodologiquement intéressants au BMS <<
                          [log in to unmask]

Thanks to  Claire Lemercier

Deadline: 28 February 2019
(English below)

Chères collègues,

C'est déjà le 13e atelier danalyse historique de réseaux organisé
(maintenant en anglais) par nos collègues allemand.es très dynamiques
de Historical Network Research [1]. Celui-ci aura lieu à Mayence en mai
prochain. Comme toujours, il est ouvert en priorité mais pas uniquement
aux historien.nes et archéologues et propose, autour du thème
général « Methodological Challenges and Theoretical Concerns of
Network Research in the Humanities », à la fois une formation
technique et la discussion de recherches en cours (le tout sur 2 jours).
Lappel à communications est disponible sur le blog dédié à
lévénement [2]. Je le copie également ci-dessous.

Bien cordialement,

CL

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NETWORKS ACROSS TIME AND SPACE

13. WORKSHOP HISTORICAL NETWORK ANALYSIS)

METHODOLOGICAL CHALLENGES AND THEORETICAL CONCERNS OF NETWORK RESEARCH
IN THE HUMANITIES

27.-28.05.2019, AKADEMIE DER WISSENSCHAFTEN UND DER LITERATUR | MAINZ

From the trade networks of the bronze age to the kinship ties of
medieval ruling houses, from the exchange of scientific knowledge
through letters to the prevention of the spread of infectious diseases,
people throughout the ages have been acutely aware of how their
integration or exclusion from networks could impact their lives. Yet
only with the invention of digital tools has it become possible to
reconstruct, visualize, and analyze these relational structures on an
unprecedented scale. They have transformed the way we think about groups
and societies, space and culture. Not only economists, political
scientists or researchers in literary and cultural studies but also
historians and archaeologists have adopted the concept of networks
to study certain forms of information as part of a broader whole. Rather
than looking at data in isolation, the focus is shifting to the links
that unite different entities, and to the structures that emerge from
their connections. Especially for archaeologists and historians, who are
often dealing with large amounts of data that stand in a complex
relation to each other  be it objects, sites or people  network
theory and formal network analysis can be very powerful tools for study.

Particular constraints, however, surround the use of network-theoretic
methods in the historical sciences. The analysis usually deals with
fragmentary datasets, examines data of different types (sites, objects,
landscapes, institutions), or unites data from different regions or
periods of time within one study. Finding a common denominator that
unites disparate and sometimes problematic datasets within one network
that sustains a valid historical hypothesis can be a challenge. It is
not always clear which analytical tools, e.g., different centrality
measures, can be applied to gain a deeper understanding of a dataset and
what exactly their use implies for the conceptional framework of the
research in question. To which kind of historical questions can we find
answers through a formal network analysis? Is a more fluid approach
dealing with metaphorical networks more useful? Which new perspectives
on existing data can network research open up to different disciplines?
In order to provide prospective and more advanced network scholars and
students in the historical sciences with a sound background and solid
arguments for structuring a network-related hypothesis, a two-day
workshop is organized to:

  	* provide basic training (day 1)
  	* provide in-depth discussion on the application of network theory for
specific datasets and research questions (day 2)

The first day of the workshop aims at novices and prospective students
in network analysis in the historical sciences and archaeology (no
previous knowledge required). Participants can bring own research ideas
to the workshop to receive feedback, but this is not obligatory. The
second day of the workshop is devoted to in-depth theoretical discussion
for advanced scholars, who already have an understanding of network
concepts and are applying it to their own case studies. A general
discussion will conclude the exchange within small groups focusing on
specific case studies and central issues in historical and
archaeological network research. Students participating in the first day
are welcome to attend the second day of the workshop to broaden their
understanding. There are three points of focus for discussion on the
second workshop day:

  	* Objects as Actors
  	* Fragmentary data  fragmentary networks? Implications of source
criticism for archaeological and historical network analysis
  	* One theory fits them all? Critical reflections on theorizing about
social networks across time and space

Participation in the workshop is free of charge; however, participants
are required to provide for their accommodation and travel.

The number of available places in the workshop is limited. To be
considered for participation, prospective participants should send an
ABSTRACT OF THEIR PROJECT OR A STATEMENT CONCERNING THEIR MOTIVATION OF
PARTICIPATION (ABOUT 300 WORDS) to the workshop email address:
contact-nats [at] protonmail.com

SUBMISSIONS ARE DUE FEBRUARY 28TH.

As the aim of this workshop is to initiate a critical discourse across
disciplines, we encourage all participants to contact us if you would
like to propose further topics for discussion on the second workshop
day.

Links:
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