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Humanist Archives: Nov. 4, 2021, 7:13 a.m. Humanist 35.342 - events: CenterNet AGM; Networks in the archaeology of the ancient Aegean

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    [1]    From: Paul Arthur 
           Subject: CenterNet AGM meeting (77)

    [2]    From: Tom Brughmans 
           Subject: Call for papers The Connected Past conference: networks in archaeology and history (41)


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        Date: 2021-11-04 06:48:12+00:00
        From: Paul Arthur 
        Subject: CenterNet AGM meeting

AGM Announcement

Dear All,

I hope that you are well! You have received this message as a contact
person of an organisation-member of CenterNet, or you may have an
interest in learning about our current activities.

CenterNet https://dhcenternet.org/ , founded
in 2007, created a vibrant network of global DH Centres. 15 years in, we
are embarking on a phase of revitalization, and we welcome to the AGM
anyone interested in discussing what that revitalization will involve.

I’m pleased to announce that the centerNet AGM meeting will be held on
November 18, 2021:

9:30–11:00 am (Boston, USA)

15:30-17:00 pm (Paris, France)

19:30-21:00 pm (Perm, Russia)

20:00-21:30 pm (Indore, India)

22:30-00:00 pm (Perth, Australia)

We are seeking expressions of interest from prospective members. You are
warmly welcomed to join us!

We will be meeting by Zoom:
https://us02web.zoom.us/j/82403453157?pwd=V3cxRWRYa0JTbUxzQWNRYzZYU241QT09


Conference ID: 824 0345 3157

Access code: 5v8XQQ

Our agenda is as follows:

1. Approval of minutes


2. Welcome and intro to centerNet (Nadezhda Povroznik, Nirmala Menon)

3. Treasurer’s report

4. Report on activities:

   *     Day of DH

   *     Updates to membership and website

   *     Setting goals for centerNet in the future

   *     International Executive Committee and Co-chair nominations

   *     CenterNet Board of Directors Membership

   *     Revitalization discussion

       o         What value can CenterNet offer to member centers?

       o         What should the mission of CenterNet be?

       o         What needs and challenges do centers have?

   *     Any other business

Please let me know if you have questions. We hope to see you there!


Best wishes,

Nadezhda Povroznik, Centernet Co-Chair,
on behalf of the centerNet Executive Council
povroznik.ng@gmail.com 

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        Date: 2021-11-03 14:28:29+00:00
        From: Tom Brughmans 
        Subject: Call for papers The Connected Past conference: networks in archaeology and history

CALL FOR PAPERS:

The Connected Past conference, September 1-2, 2022, Heraklion, Crete
https://connectedpast.net

Networks in the archaeology of the ancient Aegean

Co-organisers:

  *   Heraklion Archaeological Museum (Director: Stella Mandalaki; conference
contact: Katerina Athanasaki,Head of the Department of Exhibitions, Education
and Public Relations)
  *   University of Toronto (Carl Knappett, Department of Art History)

The ancient Aegean and Mediterranean have been key testing grounds for the
development of network concepts and methods in archaeology. A distinctive
feature of network analysis in these areas is its uptake among both
prehistorians and ancient historians, with studies ranging from the Neolithic to
Late Antique. This two-day conference offers an opportunity for scholars working
on all periods in the Aegean to come together to exchange ideas, methods and
results. We also welcome presentations on general network method and theory
topics that show potential for application to studies of the Aegean past.

As part of the ongoing support that The Connected Past offers for the
development of network analysis techniques and theory among students and
practitioners, we are also hosting a practical workshop, offered by The
Connected Past group, at which interested researchers can learn some of the
basics of network science in practice. This will take place during the two days
before the conference (i.e. August 30th and 31st).

  *   Where: Heraklion Conference Centre, Heraklion, Crete
https://www.cccc.gr/en
  *   When: 1-2 September 2022
  *   Registration fee: €40 (€20 for graduate students)
  *   Associated activities: tour of Heraklion Archaeological Museum
www.heraklionmuseum.gr and of the Palace of
Knossos
  *   Details on accommodation options to follow

Please submit paper proposals (title, and 150 word abstract) by January 31st
2022, to carl.knappett@utoronto.ca and kathanasaki@yahoo.com


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