KBR-ULB-UGent Digital Heritage Seminar: Network Analysis and Archaeological Objects

The KBR-ULB-UGent Digital Heritage Seminar: Fall 2021: Historical Networks.  In this series from October to December 2021 we will virtually host three academic scholars in presenting their work on cultural heritage and historical networks. Network research serves to enhance our understanding of the human past, by retracing the social, political, or cultural networks from historical materials. We show in this series how these findings and approaches to networks, through a variety of topics, periods and methods, give us unique insights in the past and the materials we use in our work.

- 8 November 2021, 14h, Nicolas Ruffini-Ronzani, UNamur & UCLouvain, "Network Analysis and Archaeological Objects: First Approaches to the Medieval Monetary Corpus from the Former Low Countries"

These talks will be held, on Zoom, in English, with questions in French, Dutch or English. The target audience is scholars, but the general public is warmly welcome.

This series is co-organised by KBR’s Digital Research Lab, in cooperation with Université libre de Bruxelles, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, and Ghent University.

Registration can be completed via: https://forms.gle/K3LpqdHMMsm4Xc1y8 and is mandatory, the morning of the event you will be sent the link to the virtual series and the etiquette to follow. Should have any further questions please email julie.birkholz@kbr.be.