Dear member of the HNR community,
This Call for Papers might be of interest, via Silvia Donkers (Groningen University):
Call for Papers
Similarity, Selection and Influence
A Cross-Disciplinary Symposium on Homophily in Social Networks
7 and 8 July 2022 | Online/hybrid (Groningen, the Netherlands)
Submissions due: May 15, 2022 | Notification due: May 31, 2022
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the symposium “Similarity, Selection and Influence: A Cross-Disciplinary Symposium on Homophily in Social Networks”. The two-day symposium will feature workshops, live panels, paper presentations and networking events.
Keynote speakers: dr. Bernie Hogan (University of Oxford) & dr. Miranda Lubbers (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona).
Workshops: Network visualisation by dr. Gert Stulp (University of Groningen) & Qualitative Structural Analysis, by dr. Andreas Herz (Deutsches Jugendinstitut).
TOPICS OF INTEREST
We invite papers dealing with network homophily in topics including, but not limited to, the following:
Communication (including social media)
Migration and transnationalism
Climate change and environment
History, Philosophy & Culture (including networks in literature and arts)
Organisation and business
Network methods (e.g., neural networks, agent-based modelling, qualitative network analysis)
A selection of the best submissions will receive an invitation to submit their work to an interdisciplinary journal on social networks (TBA).
Marc Esteve Del Valle, PhD (University of Groningen, Centre for Media and Journalism Studies)
Silvia Donker, MA (University of Groningen, History of Philosophy and Science)
Sean White, PhD (University College Groningen, Business & Entrepreneurship)
Franco Ruzzenenti, PhD (University of Groningen, Faculty of Science and Engineering)
Susan Aasman, PhD (University of Groningen, Director Centre for Digital Humanities)
We encourage participation from researchers of all disciplines and especially from traditionally underrepresented groups in Academia.
The symposium will be held in hybrid form due to possible COVID-19 restrictions. Online as well as in-person attendance is possible.