The Connected Past 2018 conference will take place at the Taylor Institution, at the very heart of Oxford next to the Ashmolean Museum this Thursday and Friday 6-7 December 2018. This event is made possible thanks to the generous support of The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities (TORCH) and is organised by the TORCH research network PastNet.
By bringing together network researchers from archaeology, classics, computer science, digital humanities, history, mathematics, network science, oriental studies, physics, psychology, and sociology, The Connected Past 2018 conference in Oxford aims to foster cross-disciplinary exchange to push network research further. The historical disciplines will contribute new spatiotemporal approaches and datasets to network research, whereas the traditional network research disciplines will further stimulate the critical application of network approaches to the study of the human past.
Join us this Tuesday for a guest lecture by Dr Manuel Fernández-Götz (University of Edinburgh) titled The Unpacified Past: Exploring the Materiality of Conflict. This event will be held in the Roy Griffiths Room of Keble College, Tuesday 4 December at 5pm. Image Copyright: L. Fibiger