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Dear all,

Just a reminder that registration is open for the summer course  "Theory, Measurement and Analysis of Personal Networks" (2 ECTS), which will be held at the Autonomous University of Barcelona from the 1st to the 5th of July 2019. The course is intended for graduate students and researchers who wish to design studies and/or analyze data about personal networks. It covers theories, measurement and analysis of personal networks, and it includes training sessions and a demo of various software packages (R, Vennmaker, Network Canvas, Visone). For further details about the program, lecturers, costs, accommodation and so on, please visit

In the course we will use our new book  among other materials.

Kindly circulate this announcement to students and researchers who might be interested (thank you). Best wishes,

José Luis Molina and Miranda Lubbers


Miranda Jessica Lubbers
Associate Professor (Profesora Agregada), Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology

Coordinator of the Doctoral Program in Social and Cultural Anthropology
Director of the Research Group GRAFO (see

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Latest publications:
Lubbers, M. J., Verdery, A., & Molina, J. L. (in press). Social networks and transnational social fields: A review of quantitative and mixed-methods approaches. International Migration Review.<>
Gallois, S., Lubbers, M. J., Duda, R., Hewlett, B., & Reyes, V. (in press). Social networks and knowledge acquisition strategies among Baka children, southeastern Cameroon. Human Nature, 29(4), 442–463.
Lubbers, M. J., Molina, J. L., & Valenzuela, H. (2019). When networks speak volumes: Variation in the size of broader acquaintanceship networks. Social Networks, 59, 55-69.
Grau Rebollo, J., Escribano Castaño, P., Valenzuela-Garcia, H., & Lubbers, M. J. (2019). Charities as symbolic families: Ethnographic evidence from Spain. Journal of Organizational Ethnography, 8(1), 25-41. <>


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