Programme

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Tuesday 15 September:

14:00-17:00. Workshop

Social Network Analysis and Historical ResearchMartin Stark, University of Hamburg

Wednesday 16 September:

10:00-13:00 | 14-00-17:00Workshop

nodegoat Workshop: Conceptualise and Set Up a Historical Network Research WorkflowPim van Bree and Geert Kessels, Lab1100, The Hague

Thursday 17 September:

9:45-10:45 | Room Multiuser 2 (4th floor)
Welcome address by Fernanda Rollo, IHC, FCSH-UNL

Public lecture: The Micro-Mobilisation on Punk in London, 1975-1976, Nick Crossley, The University of Manchester 

11:00-12:40. Paper Session 1: Communities and circulation. | Room 0.06 (ground floor)
Chair: Ana Paula Pires, IHC-FCSH

The Manichaean Church in Roman Egypt: A network approach to a “proto-global” religious organization and its local dynamics in the 3rd and 4th century CE, Håkon S. Fiane Teigen, University of Bergen

 Networks of Power and Early Norwegian Kingship in Sverris saga and The King’s Mirror, Costel Coroban, Valahia University of Târgovişte

Kinship and Civil Activities: Micro-to-Macro Transitions in Ukrainian National Movement in the 1860-1890 (A Case of the “Old Community”), Volodymyr Shelukhin, Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Social network analysis and sexually transmitted diseases. The case of Hermoupolis in the 19th century, Yannis Gonatidis, University of Crete

12:40-13:50. Lunch

13:50-15:30. Paper Session 2: Culture and Power. | Room 0.06 (ground floor)
Chair: Maria Fátima Nunes, IHC-FCSH/University of Évora

Photography and Propaganda: The Portuguese SPN/SNI/SEIT photographic archive formation and activity, Fernando Costa, IHC, Faculdade Ciências Sociais e Humanas, and Paulo Batista, IHA, Faculdade Ciências Sociais e Humanas, New University of Lisbon

Visualizing the social networks for the art auctions in Paris (1852-1914): how to enrich an initial corpus thanks to linked open data platforms, Léa Saint-Raymond, Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense

“Florida’s ‘Cities of Tomorrow:’ the role of social networks and thin rationality in the imaginaries of Disney’s EPCOT and Miami’s Interama”, James Skee, University of California, Berkeley

Venice Architecture Biennale: Mapping the invisible, Rute Figueiredo, ETH Zurich

15:45-17:25. Paper Session 3: Economy and Elites. | Room 0.06 (ground floor)
Chair: Martin Stark, University of Hamburg

Corporate networks in the periphery: dynamics of the Portuguese business system (1913-2010), Pedro Neves, ISEG, University of Lisbon and Álvaro Ferreira da Silva, Nova School of Business and Economics (UNL)

The Spanish Circle of Economic Power, 1917-2010, Josean Garrués, Juan A. Rubio, University of Granada

The Structural Logic of International Trade at the Dusk of the Second Millennium: A Network-based Approach, Olaf Rank, University of Freiburg

15:45-17:25. Paper Session 4: Diffusion and Circulation. | Room 1.05 (1st floor)
Chair: Pedro Oliveira, IHC-FCSH

Analyzing longitudinal data of transnational networks of social reformers, Thomas D’Haeninck, Ghent University

Transnational networks on colonial hygiene, 1900-1914, Lisa van Diem, Maastricht University and Ghent University

The Network of Telegraph Agreements in mid-19th Century Europe and the formation of the ITU, Kars Aznavour, European University Institute

Multimodality in overdrive: a dynamic exploration of historical networks, Geert Kessels and Pim van Bree, LAB1100

19.30. Conference Dinner

Friday 18 September:

10:00-11:00. | Room Multiuser 2 (4th floor)
Key note: Qualitative methods, network boundaries and hidden mechanisms in network research, Elisa Bellotti, The University of Manchester

11:15-12:55. Paper Session 5: Economy and elites II. | Room 0.06 (ground floor)
Chair: Joana Mendonça, IN+-IST,University of Lisbon

The evolution of Japanese business networks in ASEAN countries since the 1960s, Jean-Pascal Bassino, Pablo Jensen, and Matteo Morini, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Lyon

Islands As ‘Bad Geography’. Insularity, Connectedness, Trade Costs And Trade, Luca De Benedictis, University of Macerata and Anna Maria Pinna, Crenos and University of Cagliari

Advances in reconstructing business and research network in the 2nd Polish Republic using digital sources, Piotr Szymański, Wrocław University of Technology

11:15-12:55. Paper Session 6: Intellectual networks | Room 1.05 (1st floor)
Chair: Elisa Belloti, The University of Manchester

The “Gefängniskunde” as an intellectual field. A twofold social network approach to the International Penitentiary Congresses preceding the Great War (1846-1910), Amandine Thiry, Louvain-la-Neuve University and Ghent University

Simmel’s Hazard. A Short View on Career Networks in Early German Sociology, Claudius Haerpfer, Goethe-Universität/Frankfurt am Main

A Few Rare And Valuable Copies Of Accounts On Portuguese Shipwrecks Found In Portuguese Libraries, Kioko Koiso, CHAM, Faculdade Ciências Sociais e Humanas, New University of Lisbon

Revealing networks in private writings : the case of Léonard Michon’s historical Journal, Rosemonde Letricot, Université Jean Moulin Lyon

12:55-14:15. Lunch

14:15-15:55. Paper Session 7: Politics, governance and power. | Room 0.06 (ground floor)
Chair: Teresa Nunes, IHC-FCSH/FL, University of Lisbon

Crowdsourcing in russian public policy, Elena Morozova, Inna Miroshnichenko, Kuban State University

Written Communications of Soldiers on Campaign: An Employment of Social Network Analysis to a Study of the Military Correspondences of Pates and Pachrates, Lena Tambs, University of Copenhagen

Elite Networks during the reign of Ramesses II (13th century B.C.): the Upper Egyptian connection, Vincent Cholier, Université Lyon 2

Networks, politics and personality in Renaissance Europe: Charles of Egmont, duke of Guelders (1492-1538). A low-tech/mixed-tech approach to historical networks, M. van Driel, University of Groningen

14:15-15:55.
 Paper Session 8: Politics, governance and power II. | Room 1.05 (1st floor)
Chair: Ivo Veiga, IHC-FCSH

Informal Ties Within Official Service: Mapping the Sovereign’s Court in 16th Century Russia as a Social Network, Vladimir Uspenskiy, Higher Schools of Economics in St. Petersburg

The Social Network of the First Ambassadors of Dubrovnik to the Sublime Porte, Valentina Zovko, University of Zadar

Intelligence networks of the Habsburg monarchy in the eastearn Mediterranean (sixteenth century), Séverine Valiente, University of Montpellier

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