Elements of Dynamic Network Analysis: a new series

John Terrell

During the second half of 2018 SCIENCE DIALOGUES will be featuring a series of reports on the steps that have been taken at the Field Museum in Chicago since the early 1970s to develop dynamic 4-dimensional (space-time) approaches to networks analysis in the social and historical sciences. 

The goal of these reports is to prepare the way for writing a book about how networks analysis is currently revolutionizing scientific (and hopefully human) thought about the world we live in and our place in it.

The first posting in this new series on human nature is available here along with a link to the second post  now online at SCIENCE DIALOGUES.


Cover art (a fantasy) for the proposed book on networks thinking.