Network Analysis for the Humanities


UCLA's Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics (NSF Math Institute).


August 15 - 27, 2010 and a reunion conference held October 20 - 22, 2011.



An institute focusing on techniques for the discovery, visualization and analysis of networks in Humanities corpuses. Networks in this context are broadly defined to include both external networks (networks of production, networks of circulation, networks of influence, and networks of reception) and internal networks (networks of characters, networks of text, networks of language) in the data. The institute consisted of two main parts: a ten day intensive institute and a shorter three day research symposium. Both events were housed at NSF's Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics on UCLA's campus.

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Project Director(s)

Timothy R. Tangherlini