17-18 October 2017 (pre-conference workshops)

19-20 October 2017 (conference)

Conference programme (last update: 19.10.2017)

Conference venue:

University of Turku, Publicum (Assistentinkatu 7)

Campus information & campus map

Tuesday, 17 Ocotber 2017

10-13 Pre-conference workshop I

14-17 Pre-conference workshop II

Wednesday, 18 Ocotber 2017

10-13 Pre-conference workshop III

14-17 Pre-conference workshop IV

Thursday, 19 Ocotber 2017

9-10 Registration & coffee (Publicum, aula, ground floor)

10-10:30 Opening session (Publicum, lecture hall Pub2 (ground floor))

10:30-12:30 Parallel sessions I & II

Parallel session I​:
​Parallel session II:
Jan Fousek, Vojtěch Kaše, Eva Výtvarová and Adam Mertel: 'Relating the Spread of Early Christianity to the Transportation Network of Ancient Mediterranean' Toby Burrows: 'Cultural Objects and their Ownership Networks: visualizing the history and provenance of manuscripts formerly in the Phillipps collection'
Minna Hovi: 'The emperor’s organist Johann Jacob Froberger and his visible and invisible networks '

Diana Roig Sanz and Ventsislav Ikoff: 'Cultural Mediation and Historical Networks. Using Digital Approaches to study Hispanic Modernity (1908-1939)'
Vladimir Uspensky: De-camouflaging the Hierarchies of the Early Modern Times: the Social Network of the Royal Court of Ivan the Terrible
Baptiste Colin: 'The Priest and all the others: Housing policy on trial. The legal proceedings of one squatting case in Paris, 1955.'
Chair: Jarkko Keskinen
Seminar room: Pub2 (ground floor)
Chair: Ivo Veiga
Seminar room: Pub4 (2nd floor)

12:30-14 Lunch break (self-paid)

14-15:30 Key note lecture - CANCELED DUE TO ILLNESS!

Digital archives and digital scholarship – Examples from the National Archives

M.A. Maria Kallio, Senior Research Officer for Digital Humanties at the National Archives of Finland

14:30-18 Poster session & networking village (Publicum, aula, ground floor)

19:00 Conference dinner (Hus Lindman, Piispankatu 15, Turku)

Friday, 20 Ocotber 2017

9-10 Coffee (Publicum, aula, ground floor)

10-12 Parallel sessions III & IV

​Parallel session III: ​Parallel session IV:
​Henry Kim: 'Jonathan Blanchard, Wheaton College, and Social Network Analysis' Katri Kauhanen: 'Networks among elite women in authoritarian South Korea'
Slawomir Grabias: 'Polish Onlookers to the Holocaust. Application of Social Network Analysis in holocaust studies (a case study)'
Matthew Parker: 'Social Network Responses to Military Defeat in Late Thirteenth Century Pisa'​
Lauri Luoto: 'Thought Collectives of the Early 20th Century Progressivists' Aleš Chalupa, Eva Výtvarová, Jan Fousek and Adam Mertel: 'Connection Between Mithraism and Roman Army Garrisons'
Chair: Martin Stark
Seminar room: Pub2 (ground floor)
​Chair: Joonas Kinnunen
Seminar room: Pub4 (2nd floor)

12-13 Lunch break (self-paid)

13-15 Parallel sessions V & VI

​Session V:
​Session VI:
Joana Malta: 'Networks of Concepts and Authors from 20th Century Portuguese Magazines of Ideas and Culture' Tobias Winnerling: 'Tracking Intermittent References: A Framework for Visualizing Forgetting in Network Research'
Ivo Veiga and Rute Figueiredo: 'Architectural field and specialised press. Network of agents in the 20th century Portuguese architectural magazines'
Javier Mejia: ​Social Networks and Entrepreneurship. Evidence from a Historical Episode of Industrialization

​Chair: Kimmo Elo
Seminar room: Pub2 (ground floor)
Chair: Katri Kauhanen
Seminar room: Pub4 (1st floor)

15-16 Closing session (lecture hall: Pub2)


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