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Our Interlocked Universe


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'Our Interlocked Universe': Sociohistorical Network Analysis; Methods, Applications and New Directions

‘Our Interlocked Universe’ is an interdisciplinary conference exploring the methods and applications of social network analysis (SNA) within historical contexts, offering scope to engage with demonstrations – both quantitative and qualitative – of historical SNA in practice alongside methodological discussions around the uses and limitations associated with using SNA in historical research. The event will be structured around themed panels and a keynote speaker.

Further information can also be found at https://ourinterlockeduniverse.wordpress.com/

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Course Leader

Dr Caitlin Burge and Dr Grace Di Meo
Course Description

Topics that we anticipate our panels to cover include:

      Working with network data

      Network centrality

      Community detection

      Network evolution

      Data visualisation

      Modelling/simulating networks

      Combining network analysis with other methodologies (e.g. GIS, linguistics etc.)

By the end of the course participants will:

      Develop a more rounded understanding of network analysis within historical research

      Engage with a growing international community of network analysis scholars


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