HNR Bibliography

About the bibliography

On this page you will find the to-date largest collection of articles related to the application  of Social Network Analysis in the historical disciplines. However, it is neither complete nor perfect.

Feel free to contact us to contribute (your) new publications or to report problems with existing ones.

You can also access this bibliography directly via the Historical Network Research Zotero group and the archaeologicalnetworks Zotero group maintained by Tom Brughmans and Matt Peeples.
To do so, you may find these instructions on how to join a Zotero group helpful.

Credits

This bibliography is not the work of an individual, but of a collective. Thank you everyone! While it is not possible to acknowledge everyone who ever contributed, some particularly large contributions stand out which were kindly provided by:

Tom Brughmans and Matt Peeples (Archaeology)
Christian Rollinger (Ancient History)
Martin Skoeries (Early Modern History)
Maximilian Kaiser (Art History)
Christian Marx (Economic History)

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The Bibliography

HNR in general


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Network theory


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Science and Technology


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Art History


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Economic History


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Archaeology


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Ancient History


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Medieval History


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Early Modern History


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Modern History


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Contemporary History


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Network Extraction from Texts


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Interactive Graph Exploration


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Prosopography

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5 thoughts on “HNR Bibliography”

  1. Thanks for your very interesting and useful website

    I’d like to mention 2 articles I published in Contemporary history using network methods :
    Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée, “Mythes politiques et analyse de réseaux. La Congrégation à Paris sous la Restauration”, Histoire & Mesure, 2009, vol. XXIV-1, p. 157-188.
    https://histoiremesure.revues.org/3892

    Matthieu Brejon de Lavergnée, “Sociabilités catholiques. L’apport de l’analyse de réseaux à l’histoire religieuse”, Revue d’histoire ecclésiastique, 2009, vol. 104-1, p. 138-171.
    http://www.brepolsonline.net/doi/abs/10.1484/J.RHE.3.201

  2. Hi!
    About the bibliography on ancient history, I think there are many articles missing. The list stops with the letter N.
    Thanks for such work!

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Network analysis in the historical disciplines