Networks and Time Series

 

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Networks and Time

This workshop explores the areas of social networks, historical sociology, and the modeling of time in sociology. It is intended as a venue for faculty and graduate students, both from Columbia and beyond, to present work in progress. It should provide a space for the discussion of innovative quantitative methods, as well as original theoretical insights on a range of topics including networks and network dynamics, the sociological analysis of events, narratives and careers, and more specific issues in historical sociology. The workshop is co-sponsored by the Department of Sociology.

Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, September 19th, 12:00-2:00, Knox Hall 509
The Micro-Dynamics of Network Leverage: Implications for Change Agents External to an Organization
Kenneth Frank, Michigan State University

Wednesday, October 25th, 12:00 - 2:00 p.m., Knox Hall 509
The Structural Dynamics of Groups and Roles in Early Adolescent Friendship Networks
James Moody, Duke University

Wednesday, December 6th, 12:00 - 2:00 p.m., Knox Hall 509
Cultural Holes and the Production of Economic Thought
Emily Erikson, Yale University

Recent Past Events:

Tuesday, April 18, 12:00 - 1:40 p.m., Knox Hall 207
Micro-Structural Foundations of Network Inequality
Mathijs de Vaan, University of California, Berkeley

Tuesday, April 4, 4:00 - 5:45 p.m., Knox Hall 509
The Infinite Character of the Social Process
Andrew Abbott, University of Chicago

Past Events Archive

Current Coordinators
Mark Hoffman, mh3279@columbia.edu
Eugene Grey, eg2646@columbia.edu

Past Coordinators
Fabien Accominotti
Philipp Brandt
Mathijs de Vaan
Byungkyu Lee

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