Keynote: Sheryllynne Haggerty, University of Nottingham
This conference will bring together scholars working on networks in social and economic history, broadly defined, with a particular focus on those using Social Network Analysis (SNA) in their research. SNA has become increasingly popular as one of the key digital tools for historical research in recent years. We would like to encourage conversation and exchange of ideas between researchers who use this methodology.
Conference fees - £10
A number of £30 bursaries are available for postgraduate student and early career researcher (within 2 years of PhD without a permanent academic position) attendees to cover travel or other costs associated with attendance. Anyone who wants to apply should email email@example.com briefly outlining their research and how attending the conference will support it. Deadline for applications 8th June.