CFP (Conference): The Historical Network Research Conference 2024 (Proposals due 01/31/24)
The Historical Network Research Conference 2024 is accepting proposals for long and short papers discussing applications of network analysis related to any historical period and geographical area. Authors may be historians, linguists, librarians, archaeologists, art historians, computer scientists, social scientists as well as scholars from other disciplines working with historical data. Proposals can be written in English or French. Proposals are due by January 31, 2024. The conference is scheduled for July 8-10, 2024.
Proposals are due by January 31, 2024.
Topics may include, but are not limited to:
- Applications of network analysis to history, art history, ancient history, intellectual history, economic history, social history, media history, political history, history of religions, biography, public history, micro-history, postcolonial history, global history, archaeology, literary history, cultural history, etc.
- Analysis of specific network types, such as geospatial networks, temporal and dynamic networks, bipartite networks, multi-layer networks, multiplex networks, etc.
- Methodological contributions concerning the applicability of network analysis to history, including, for example, modeling, ontologies, linked data, the use of graph metrics, visual network analysis, etc.
- Pedagogical contributions, presenting teaching scenarios, literacy questions, software or feature presentations, interfaces, etc.
Learn more at https://historicalnetworkresearch.github.io/lausanne/cfp/.
- January 31, 2024: Proposals due via https://hnr2024.sciencesconf.org/.
- February 29, 2024: Notification of acceptance.
- July 8-10, 2024: Conference.
- August 31, 2024: Invitation of publication in the Journal of Historical Network Research.