I think socNetters would like to know about a group of medieval scholars studying social networks.
I recall when it was only Andrejs Plakans, Charles Wetherell, and a bit of me doing that:
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Today, I am introducing Catherine Emerson. Catherine (NUI Galway) is currently working on applying network analysis to the fifteenth-century French Chronique Abrégée of Nicole Gilles. She attempted to use network analysis on the one hand to compare the traits of the manuscripts containing this text and on the other hand to show the relationships between manuscript owners.
Barry Wellman, FRSC Director, NetLab Network
Founder, International Network for Social Network Analysis
Getting It Done; Getting It Out: A Practical Guide to Writing, Publishing, Presenting, and Promoting in the Social Sciences—
coming in 2021 (Guilford Press)
Networked: The New Social Operating System Lee Rainie & Barry Wellman (MIT Press) http://amzn.to/zXZg39
Oxford Interview with Cody Kommers on the Start of the Network Revolution (2020, https://www.codykommers.com/post/38-barry-wellman-on-the-academic-social-network
Kyle Lowry is my spirit animal!
Bit by bit, putting it together!--Sondheim
It's Always Something!--Roseanne Roseannadanna