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Dear colleagues, an encouraging reminder to submit your research in progress papers on advancing social and/or semantic network theories and methods, as part of an exciting workshop planned in Amsterdam (Aug 31/Sept 1, 2015). 

Any questions or queries can be sent to myself ([log in to unmask]) or to Peter Groenewegen ([log in to unmask]), paper submissions due 15 April, via [log in to unmask] 

Thank you! 

4th AMSTERDAM WORKSHOP ON SOCIAL NETWORKS AND ORGANIZATIONS 
Theme: "NETWORK THEORY AND METHODS: COMBINING STRUCTURE, CONTENT AND MEANINGS?"š

This two-day workshop provides a forum to share cutting-edge research, toward advancing social and semantic network theories and methods, in particular by combining social structures, semantic co-word networks and meanings in/of networks. It is organized by VU University Amsterdam Dept. or Organization Sciences, in collaboration with The Center for German and European Studies, St Petersburg State University - University of Bielefeld. 
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Call for papers and more information: http://www.fsw.vu.nl/nl/wetenschappelijke-afdelingen/organisatiewetenschappen/nieuws/index.asp#.VMDFTtJgW71 
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Dates: 31 August € 1 September 
Venue: VU University Amsterdam, the Netherlandsš
Keynotes: Prof. Steve Borgatti (Univ. Kentucky) and Prof. John Mohr (UC Santa Barbara) 
Deadline: Short papers (up to 10 pages / 4000 words) are due 15 April 2015. 
Workshop stipends: see call for eligibility. 
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Please email submissions to: [log in to unmask] Acceptance notifications will be sent in May, 2015. 
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Best regards, 
Peter Groenewegen, Julie Ferguson, Iina Hellsten, Nikita Basov 
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