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Dynamic Cooperation Network ... and beyond

AuthorsCrespo Solana, Ana CSIC ORCID
KeywordsSelf Organizing Networks
Early moden History
Geographic Information Systems
Economic History
Social Behaviour
Merchant networks
Issue Date29-Nov-2010
AbstractI have called this brief presentation Dynamic Cooperation network .. and beyond because I wish to highlight what this TECT research project has meant to all historians involved in the DynCoopNet team - this proposal planned to break through the barriers of nationalistic historical studies by researching a Pan-European topic: early modern trade network, and with a true interdisciplinary vision. History is a discipline that can now look forward to some perspectives of analysis which are more scientific and post-nationalist. In this presentation I would highlight two main questions among our objectives. 1) This project supposes an innovation that allows History to move away from its traditional teleological framework. This is important because members of a new generation of digital humanists argue that is necessary to start exploring how technology is changing our understanding of the Humanities. 2) The latest frontier is about method: using powerful technologies and vast stores of digitized materials that previous humanities scholars did not have. In our case This can offer to the researcher an authentic historic data architecture on human cooperation to be made available to historians as well as to all members in the scientific community. This will help to undertake interdisciplinary studies and visualize and analyze these processes in a historical GIS tool. Building a Geo-Sociology of cooperation in its historical evolution.
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