Announcement: Introduction to Social Network Analysis for the Study of Buddhism and East Asian Religions

 

Introduction to Social Network Analysis for the Study of Buddhism and East Asian Religions

Time: Aug.1-8, 2018 (arr. July 31, dep. Aug. 9th)
Place: National University of Singapore, Department of Chinese Studies, Wan Boo Sow Research Centre for Chinese Culture

WORKSHOP> Introduction to Social Network Analysis for the Study of Buddhism and East Asian Religions

Dear Friends and Colleagues,

This workshop might be of interest.

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Introduction to Social Network Analysis for the Study of Buddhism and East Asian Religions

Time: Aug.1-8, 2018 (arr. July 31, dep. Aug. 9th)
Place: National University of Singapore, Department of Chinese Studies, Wan Boo Sow Research Centre for Chinese Culture

New journal: Journal of Historical Network Research

"We are pleased to announce the launch of the Journal of Historical Network Research, a new publication dedicated to historical research by means of theories and methodologies developed in social network analysis and network science."

To learn more: http://historicalnetworkresearch.org/journal/

RESOURCE: Data for research on social networks in the history of Chinese Buddhism

Dear colleagues,

Recently I have put together some material for researchers who would like to use socnet analysis in the study of Chinese Buddhist history. The network data was extracted from marked-up biographies of monks and nuns as found in the following texts: 梁高僧傳, 唐高僧傳, 宋高僧傳,  明高僧傳, 比丘尼傳, 出三藏記集, 名僧傳抄, 補續高僧傳. The network data consists of 6445 actors and 13246 connections and can be used directly in tools like Gephi. The material is available here:

CfP: Call For Papers, Panels and Posters: Early Modern Digital Humanities/Digital History - SCSC 2015 (April 15, 2015)

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, Vancouver, October 22-25, 2015

updated – march 25, 2015

Deadline for submissions: April 15, 2015

 

Call For Papers, Panels and Posters: Early Modern + Digital Projects and Computational Methods

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