We are very happy to announce the publication of the first issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research. Behind us lie two years of preparations. At this stage we would like to thank our reviewers and members of the Advisory Board for their support and guidance and the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History for its ongoing support. Finally, we are especially grateful to our authors who shared their research for this very first issue.

The next call for papers is just around the corner, and we look forward to preparing Issue #2.

Marten also on behalf of the editors.

 

The issue is available here: https://jhnr.uni.lu/index.php/jhnr

 

CONTENTS

 Vol 1 No 1 (2017): Inaugural Issue

The Inaugural Issue of the Journal of Historical Network Research

Editors' Introduction
Christian Rollinger, Marten D├╝ring, Martin Stark, Robert Gramsch
i-vii


Articles

Trends in Archaeological Network Research
Tom Brughmans, Matt Peeples
1-24

Exploring Books through Multilayered Networks
Ingeborg van Vugt
25-51

Hypergraph Representations
Termeh Shafie, David Schoch, Jimmy Mans, Corinne Hofman, Ulrik Brandes
52-70

Networks of Conflict
Aline Deicke
71-105

Flucht und Unterst├╝tzung
Ruedi Epple
106-145