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13th HNR Workshop: Networks across Time and Space, 27-8 May 2019 in Mainz, Germany

last modified Jan 15, 2019 04:07 PM

The next Historical Network Research workshop on "Networks Across Time and Space: Methodological Challenges and Theoretical Concerns of Network Research in the Humanities" will take place on May 27/28th at the Academy of Sciences and Literature in Mainz, Germany. It invites scholars from all field of the humanities to join an interdisciplinary conversation on the promises and pitfalls of applying theories and methods from social network research to the study of structures within very diverse cultural, geographical, and historical contexts.

This 13th edition of the HNR workshop series is organized by Aline Deicke (ADW Mainz), Dr. Lieve Donnellan (Aarhus University) and Dr. Henrike Rudolph (Friedrich-Alexander-Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg).

Submission of abstracts for projects or statements concerning the motivation of participation (about 300 words) are due February 28th.

Please send them to the workshop email address: contact-nats@protonmail.com

Further information can be found on the event's website. https://nats.hypotheses.org/