Delighted this amazing series of conferences will have its fourth edition already. It’s a cornerstone of those of us archaeologists and historians mad about networks. The call for papers is out now and I strongly recommend presenting and attending the event. It is an inspiring conference series with a friendly and constructive atmosphere.
Where? Turku, Finland
Deadline CFP: March 31 2017
We are very happy to announce the 4th international HNR conference, this year in Turku, Finland together with the annual conference of Finnish historians.
We are particularly grateful to Kimmo Elo for the conceptualisation and organisation of the conference.
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
4th Historical Network Research Conference
University of Turku, Finland
17-18 October 2017 (pre-conference workshops)
19-20 October 2017 (conference)
The Historical Network Research group is pleased to announce its 4th annual conference. Following conferences in Hamburg in 2013, Ghent in 2014, and in Lisbon in 2015, the 4th conference will be held at the University of Turku in Turku, Finland, on 17-20 October 2017 (see http://historicalnetworkresearch.org/hnr-conferences/).
The 4th Historical Network Research Conference seeks to further strengthen and foster the awareness of historians for the possibilities of network research and create possibilities for cross- and multidisciplinary approaches to the networked past by bringing together historians, social scientists and computer scientists.
The organisers welcome proposals for individual contributions discussing any historical period and geographical area. Topics might include, but are not limited to: historical social netwoks, policy networks, kinship and community, geospatial networks, cultural and intellectual networks, and methodological innovations.
The deadline for submissions of proposals is March 31, 2017.
For more information, please visit www.utu.fi/hnr2017