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Dear Socnetters,

This is a gentle reminder that ‘Networks in the Global World’ conference taking place at St Petersburg University on July 7-9, 2020 is calling for papers.

Abstracts are being collected until 
January 13, 2020.

We invite papers to a set of regular and organized sessions, including, but not limited to the following network-analytical foci:
- quantitative methods of network analysis
- qualitative and mixed methods of network analysis
- networks and culture
- networks in politics, international relations, and economy
- networks in science, education, and the arts
- urban, environmental, and socio-technical networks
- online networks
and many more.

For more information on the conference sessions, visit ngw.spbu.ru/programme.

Keynotes and invited speakers: ngw.spbu.ru/speakers.

Abstract submission form: ngw.spbu.ru/submission.

Authors of selected abstracts will be invited to submit full papers 
before June 1, 2020 to be published in the ‘NetGloW 2020’ volume of the Springer’s ‘Lecture Notes in Networks and Systems’ indexed in Scopus: springer.com/series/15179.

Note that citizens of most of the European countries can get an electronic Visa to St. Petersburg for up to 8 days online, see: ngw.spbu.ru/practical.

Find more about NetGloW’20 on the official website of the conference:

Looking forward to meeting you in St Petersburg!

Best wishes,



Dr. Nikita Basov
Senior researcher in Sociology, St. Petersburg University
Scientific Manager, Centre for German and European Studies, St. Petersburg University - Bielefeld University
+7 812 324 08 85

Recent papers:

2019 Basov, N., De Nooy, W., Nenko, A. Local Meaning Structures: A Socio-Semantic Network Analysis of Artistic Collectives. American Journal of Cultural Sociology.

2019 Basov, N. The Ambivalence of Cultural Homophily: Field Positions, Semantic Similarities, and Social Network Ties in Creative Collectives. Poetics.

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