The many Digital Humanities communities around the world are increasingly exploring network science. I would like to advertise an interesting event: “Nodes & Networks in the Humanities: Geometries, Relationships, Processes”. It will take place in September 2014 in Lawrence, Kansas, and will cover talks and workshops on all aspects of network science: network data management, representation, and analysis. The keynotes also look particularly promising. Isabel Meirelles (one of the organisers of Arts, Humanities, and Complex Networks which will host its fifth annual conference in June), Steven Jones (author of ‘The emergence of Digital Humanities), and Scott Weingart (DH consultant who has been known to collaborate on archaeological projects to create awesome research). The call for papers is now out (deadline June 30), see below for more info.
CFP: Nodes & Networks in the Humanities: Geometries, Relationships, ProcessesDigital Humanities Forum 2014September 12-13, 2014Lawrence, KansasKeynote Speakers* Isabel Meirelles, Northeastern University, http://isabelmeirelles.com/* Steven Jones, Loyola University Chicago, http://stevenejones.org/* Scott Weingart, Indiana University, http://www.scottbot.net/Please submit abstracts of 500 words maximum at:Proposal Deadline: June 15Questions may be directed to the Institute for Digital Research in theHumanities, email@example.comArienne Dwyer & Brian Rosenblum, Co-Directors