Second Call for Papers – Inheriting the City: Advancing Understandings of Urban Heritage 31 March – 4 April, 2016 Taipei, Taiwan Second Call for Papers: 20 November 2015 www.inheritingthecity.wordpress.com In the context of rapid cultural and economic globalisation, over half of the World’s population now
1. Call for papers: Creativity and the City 1600-2000: An E-Humanities Perspective 27-29 October 2016, University of Amsterdam Organised by CREATE and the Amsterdam Centre for Cultural Heritage and Identity (ACHI) This international and interdisciplinary conference on the history of creativity and the city aims
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is pleased to announce that the venue of Digital Humanities 2016 will be Kraków, Poland. The conference is organized by the Jagiellonian University and the Pedagogical University of Kraków, and it will take place from 10-16 July 2016.
Call for papers, International Conference, Amsterdam, 27-29 October 2016 Organized by: Amsterdam Centre for Cultural Heritage and Identity, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Creativity and the City 1600-2000: An E-Humanities Perspective This international and interdisciplinary conference on the history of creativity and the city aims
Helsinki, Finland August 24-27, 2016, European Association for Urban History Session title: Mapping Networks in Historical Cultural Markets: Methods and Tools This interdisciplinary session explores how networks helped to establish, expand, and sustain markets for cultural products such as books and art, as well as
Historical Network Research (http://historicalnetworkresearch.org) Historical Network Research 2015 International Conference Call for papers The Historical Network Research is pleased to announce its 3rd Annual conference. Having been held in Hamburg in 2013 and Ghent in 2014, this year it will be held in Lisbon, on
Call for organized session(s) on “Historical Network Research”at Sunbelt XXXV in Brighton UK, 23 June 2015 – 28 June 2015 Social Network Analysis (SNA) is making its way in historical research. Over the last decades a substantial number of studies has shown that both theories and