Final conference program to be announced in spring 2024

 Monday 8 JulyTuesday 9 JulyWednesday 10 July
9:00-10:30Workshop 1: Visual network analysisOpening sessionParallel sessions
10:30-11:00Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
11:00-12:30Workshop 1: Visual network analysisParallel sessionsParallel sessions
12:30-14:00Lunch breakLunch breakLunch break
14:00-15:30Workshop 2: NodegoatParallel sessionsParallel sessions
15:30-16:00Coffee breakCoffee breakCoffee break
16:00-17:30Workshop 2: NodegoatParallel sessionsClosing keynote
18:00-19:30Opening keynoteHNR Community moment 

Keynote speakers

Claire Lemercier, Research Director CNRS, SciencesPo Paris (France). See also

Mathieu Jacomy, Assistant Professor at the University of Aalborg in Copenhagen (Denmark). See also

Marten Düring, Assistant Professor at the University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg). See also

Pre-conference workshops

Visual network analysis, with Mathieu Jacomy

Nodegoat, with Pim van Bree and Geert Kessels


Preliminary list of accepted papers
(alphabetically by title)
Agir et documenter: la double action du vicaire apostolique de Tripolitaine pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale
Maddalena Zaglio
Analysing artistic network of the Basilian order in Eighteenth-Century Poland-Lithuania: a digital humanities approach
Tomasz Panecki, Melchior Jakubowski
Archaeological networks in pre-Roman Italy: approaching new visual methodologies
Tayla Newland
Beyond nodegoat: a critical look at historical network research workflows
Pim van Bree, Geert Kessels
Cinemas and Films: what can we learn from visualising historical cinema networks based on their programmes?
Terezia Porubcanska
Communicating about communication: Using graph comics to explore communication networks in letters of Early Romanticism
Elena Suárez Cronauer, Aline Deicke, Laura Fath
Complex networks allow a quantitative analysis of historical networks by data mining the Wikipedia corpus
Gustavo A. Schwartz
Containing complexity: Networks of expertise and the emergence of genetic epidemiology, 1900-1990
Carolina Mayes, Rhodri Leng
Emerging Maximilian: temporal co-occurrences network analysis of people mentioned in Regesta Imperii XIII
Marcella Tambuscio, Daniel Luger, Georg Vogeler
Exploring Biographical Networks of Person Objects from Newspaper Clippings in Herder Institute
Erdal Ayan
Finance, business and Cultural Cold War: exploring transatlantic associationism’s networks in post-war Italy
Giulia Clarizia
Gender diversity in the historical networks of Soviet film production
Vejune Zemaityte, Mila Oiva, Ksenia Mukhina, Aaron Schecter, Noshir S Contractor, Maximilian Schich
Geospatial Network of Internees in Switzerland during the Second World War - A Proof of Concept
Nóirín Ailis Rice
Gouverner à distance
Karine Rance, Aurelia Vasile
High Density = High Citations? Approaches for Tracking Knowledge Evolution
Raphael Schlattmann, Malte Vogl, Aleksandra Kaye
Hubs, Nodes and Networks: a new history of British digital art
Pita Arreola, Jin Gao, Bonnie Buyuklieva
Inclusive institutions? Access to political power in the city of Tainan (Fort Zeelandia) in Dutch Formosa (1655-1662)
Maarten F. Van Dijck
Integrating library and prosopographical data in the publication network of the Old University of Louvain
Rossana Scebba, Margherita Fantoli
Interactive Visualization of Linked Open Data Networks Representing Historical Writings
Sepideh Alassi
L’analyse de réseaux pour l’étude des coopérations intergouvernementales : le cas du Bureau International d’Éducation (1929-1952)
Émeline Brylinski
Le marché foncier à Lausanne au 19e siècle. Mutations et réseaux des protagonistes.
Lucas Rappo
Les réseaux urbains lyonnais pendant la guerre civile (1589-1594)
Graziella Gentet
Levantine Transitions. A Social Network Approach to Elite Formation in Urban Egypt, 1890-1914
Gert Huskens, Jan Vandersmissen, Christophe Verbruggen, Julie Birkholz
Mapping Accademia dei Nobili della Giudecca networks : a sous-champ of the 18th Venetian Reforming Era
Bastien Tourenc, Filippo Soramel
Mapping Anglo-Swiss Travel Writing in the 17th and 18th Century
Stefanie Heeg
Modéliser les réseaux de pouvoir de la fin du Moyen Âge
Raphaël Carbonne
Network hermeneutics: exploring the meaning of a source using network analysis, case of inquisitorial protocols from 14th century Stettin
Kaarel Sikk, Välimäki Reima, David Zbíral
Networks and textual production during the Middle Ages (12th-15th centuries)
Pierre Lebec, Stéphane Lamassé
Networks of Confessional Affiliation: Religious Choice and the Schism of Utrecht
Jaap Geraerts, Demival Vasques Flho
Networks of Displacement: Spatial and Temporal Dynamics of Post-WWII Migration and Resettlement
Konstantin Schischka
‘Our Maist Speciall Freindis’: Using historical network analysis to study clan structures in early modern Scotland
Katharina Pruente
Radical translators (Britain, France and Italy, 1789-1815) through the lens of a network visualisation
Miguel Vieira, Arianna Ciula, Rosa Mucignat, Sanja Perovic
Religious Networks in Late Babylonian Period (RelNet)
Rocio Da Riva
Representing discourses as networks: potential applications of TheSu XML in network analysis for the history of ideas and science
Daniele Morrone
The assistance of the Church to the Jews in Milan during the Second World War
Chiara Bonomelli
The diplomatic networks of ancient Athens: the evidence from the decrees
Silvan Auf der Maur
The networked geography of a newspaper
Zef Segal
The transfer of German pedagogical knowledge to Turkey through Turkish educators in the Early Republican Era: A historical social network study in the field of transnational education
Seyma Aksoy
Tracing the Network Continuity: From the Socialist to the Communist Women’s Movement (1907-1934)
Minja Bujakovic
Using citation networks for viewpoint plurality assessment of historical literary corpora: The case of the Medieval Rabbinic corpus
Maayan Zhitomirsky-Geffet, Nati Ben-Gigi, Binyamin Katzoff, Jonathan Schler
Viewsari: New Perspectives on Historical Network Analysis in Giorgio Vasari’s The Lives Using Knowledge Graphs
Sarah Rebecca Ondraszek, Harald Sack, Etienne Posthumus
Visual Exchanges as a Network: The Case of Avant-Garde Periodicals
Nicola Carboni
Visualiser le micro-ordinateur DAI par le réseau d’amateur qui l’a fait vivre.
Olivier Gason
Visualising Bibliographical Data on Polish Literature after 1989
Maciej Maryl
Visualization of Early Islamicate Scholars’ Network
Tuba Nur Saraçoğlu