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November 08, 2008

Conference: Sunbelt 29

I've never myself been to Sunbelt, the main conference in sociology on social networks, but I hear it's a good event to attend if you're interested in social networks, and how they're being used to answer questions about social organization and social behavior.

The International Network for Social Network Analysis's (INSNA) Sunbelt XXIX

March 10-15, 2009 at Bahia Hotel at Mission Beach San Diego

Organizers: Rebecca L. Davis, Laura Koehly and Thomas W. Valente

Submission Deadline: December 15, 2008

Description: The annual meeting of the International Network for Social Network Analysis provides a forum for researchers, academicians, and practitioners to present research results and project updates. Abstracts, not completed papers, should be submitted on the INSNA website which will also ask for descriptive keywords. Keywords will be used to group presentations into sessions. The conference is preceded by workshops on many aspects of social network analysis including introductory courses and trainings on software platforms. We look forward to an exciting and vibrant conference this year. FAQ and contact information can be found at www.insna.org.

posted November 8, 2008 08:08 AM in Conferences and Workshops | permalink


I'll be going to my first SunBelt in 2009...

Apparently, one of the interesting things to see there is all of the social networks experts being antisocial at the various receptions. ;)

Posted by: Mason at November 10, 2008 04:48 PM

How amusing :) One day, I'll have to go...

Posted by: Aaron at November 11, 2008 08:30 AM