Entangled Worlds: the Programme

Final Programme Entangled Worlds April 2016.pdf (1216456)

Itineraries and Directions Entangled Worlds.pdf (1326652)

Wednesday, April 13th/Mittwoch, 13. April

Venue/Ort: Besprechungsraum of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Science, Research and Economy (BMWFW), Freyung 3, 1010 Wien

17:00-17:15 Entangled Worlds. Network analysis and complexity theory in historical and archaeological research – Opening and Welcome

  • Sabine Ladstätter, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut
  • Walter Pohl, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Karlheinz Mörth, Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, Austrian Academy of Sciences

17:15-18:00 Facebook im Mittelalter? Die Bedeutung und Analyse sozialer Netzwerke in der Gegenwart und Vergangenheit/Facebook in the Middle Ages? The relevance and analysis of social networks in past and present times – Publikumsgespräch/Open discussion with the audience

  • Harald Katzmair, FAS-Research, Vienna
  • Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Moderation: Lothar Bodingbauer, Ö1-Radio

 

18:00-18:45 OpenAtlas: an open-source application for archaeological, historical and geospatial data – Presentation and Hands on

  • Stefan Eichert, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences
  • Alexander Watzinger, Software developer - http://craws.net/

 

19:00 Wine-reception on invitation of the Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut (Besprechungsraum des BMWFW, Freyung 3, 1010 Wien)

 

Thursday, April 14th/Donnerstag, 14. April

Venue/Ort: Institut für Mittelalterforschung, ÖAW, Hollandstraße 11-13/3.Stock, 1020 Wien

09:00-10:30 Entangling texts and people: the modelling and analysis of networks on the basis of textual evidence and narratives, I (Chair: Petr Elbel, Univ. Brno - OEAW)

  • Robert Gramsch, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena (Germany), "Urkunden, Briefe, Chroniken – der Informationsgehalt mediävistischer Quellen und seine angemessene netzwerkanalytische Modellierung"
  • Gerhard Lubich, Ruhr-Univ. Bochum (Germany), "Probebohrungen: Zur Wechselwirkung von Überlieferungsart und Analysemöglichkeit“
  • Hervin Fernandez-Aceves, Univ. of Leeds (UK), " The Uncharted Networks of a 'Chartered' Territory: Diplomatic Evidence and Relational Sociology for the Norman Kingdom of Sicily"

 

10:30-10:45 Coffee break/Kaffeepause

 

10:45-12:15 Entangling texts and people: the modelling and analysis of networks on the basis of textual evidence and narratives, II (Chair: Christine Glassner, OEAW)

  • Ekaterini Mitsiou, Univ. of Vienna (Austria), "Village communities in 13th century Byzantium: networks and microstructures
  • Andreas Kuczera, Akad. d. Wissenschaften und d. Literatur, Mainz (Germany), "Graphdatenbanken - neue Perspektiven für die semantische Erschließung"
  • Sonja Dünnebeil, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Fraktionen und Allianzen im Kampf von Maximilian I. um Burgund"

 

12:15-13:30 Lunch/Mittagspause

 

13:30-15:00 Entangling texts and people: the modelling and analysis of networks on the basis of textual evidence and narratives, III (Chair: Claudia Rapp, Univ. Vienna – OEAW)

  • Lieve van Hoof, Univ. Gent (Belgium), "Networks, Networking, and Social Network Analysis: An Exploration through Libanius’ Letters"
  • Franz Julius Morche – Mingkin Chu, Univ. Leiden (Netherlands), "Printing and Power: the networks of Chen Qi (1186-1256) and Robert Estienne (1503-1559) in comparative perspective"
  • Marios Hatzopoulos, Panteion Univ., Athens (Greece), "The Friendly Society (Philike Hetaireia): Analysing a Post-Napoleonic Europe’s Secret Revolutionary Network"

 

15:00-15:15 Coffee break/Kaffeepause

 

15:15-16:45 Entangling sites and artefacts: the modelling and analysis of networks on the basis of archaeological and historical evidence, I (Chair: Sabine Ladstätter, OEAW)

  • Alexander Sokolicek, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Antike Netzwerke. Moeglichkeiten und Grenzen einer Analyse"
  • Søren Sindbæk, Univ. Aarhus (Denmark), "A complex beadwork. Stringing together early medieval exchange"
  • Rainer Simon, Austrian Institute of Technology, Vienna, "Pelagios: Linking Places, Entangling Data"

 

17:00-19:00 Guided tour through the city centre of Vienna (with J. Preiser-Kapeller, optional)

19:00 Dinner for participants and chairs on invitation of the Austrian Academy of Sciences: Restaurant Zwillings-Gewölb, Universitätsstraße 5, 1010 Wien (http://www.zwillingsgwoelb.at/; optional)

 

Friday, April 15th/Freitag, 15. April

Venue/Ort: Institut für Mittelalterforschung, ÖAW, Hollandstraße 11-13/3.Stock, 1020 Wien

09:00-10:30 Entangling texts and people: the modelling and analysis of networks on the basis of textual evidence and narratives, IV (Chair: Andreas Zajic, OEAW)

  • Elisabeth Gruber, IMAREAL Krems, Univ. Salzburg (Austria), "Schauplatz Richtstätte: Ein Wiener Bürgermeister zwischen städtischer Führungselite, Handwerker und Herrscherhaus im späten Mittelalter"
  • Petr Elbel, Univ. Brno (Czech Republic) - IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Die böhmischen Höflinge Sigismunds und die Sigismund-Partei in Böhmen zwischen Prosopographie und Netzwerkanalyse"
  • Günter Katzler, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Netzwerke des Krieges: König Sigismund, Herzog Friedrich IV. von Österreich und ihre Verbündeten im Reichskrieg von 1415."

 

10:30-10:45 Coffee break/Kaffeepause

 

10:45-12:15 Entangling sites and artefacts: the modelling and analysis of networks on the basis of archaeological and historical evidence, II (Chair: Ekaterini Mitsiou, Univ. Vienna)

  • Vinod Nautiyal, HNB Garhwal University (India), "Medieval Political and Military Space in Central (Garhwal) Himalaya, India:  Studying Changing Networking Pattern in Mountains through GIS Tools"
  • Mihailo Popović, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Digitising Patterns of Power (DPP): A Case Study on the “Medieval Serbian Oecumene” and its Borderzones in Byzantine Macedonia (14th Cent. AD)"
  • Eivind Heldaas Seland, Univ. Bergen (Norway), "Pastoralism, subsistence and territorial control in Roman period Palmyra: a hydrological approach"

 

12:15-13:30 Lunch/Mittagspause

 

13:30-15:00 Entangling data: the organisation of relational data on the basis of historical and archaeological evidence (Chair: Günter Katzler, OEAW)

  • Stefan Eichert – Alexander Watzinger, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "OpenAtlas - A database system for object oriented modelling of historical relationships"
  • Christian Knüpfer, Friedrich-Schiller-Univ. Jena (Germany), "Zur Ontologie der mittelalterlichen Verfassungs- und Sozialgeschichte-  Herausforderungen aus Sicht der Wissensrepräsentation"
  • Ágoston Zénó Bernád – Maximilian Kaiser, INZ/ÖBL, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Building the Austrian Prosopographical Information System (APIS). A Workshop Report"

 

15:00-15:15 Coffee break/Kaffeepause

 

15:15-16:45 Entangling dynamics: the modelling of complex past societies and networks (Chair: Karlheinz Mörth, OEAW)

  • Tom Brughmans, Univ. Konstanz (Germany), "The potential of network science for archaeology. Illustrated through a network model of market integration in the Roman economy"
  • Aleš Chalupa – Tomáš Glomb, Univ. Brno (Czech Republic), "Generative Historiography of Ancient Religions and the Case of Travelling Deities: How to Model the Spread of Cults in the Ancient Mediterranean"
  • Johannes Preiser-Kapeller, IMAFO, Austrian Academy of Sciences, "Mapping Medieval Conflicts. A synthetic approach towards political dynamics in the pre-modern period"

 

16:45-17:30 Final Discussion, Farewell/Abschlussdiskussion, Verabschiedung