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  1. Week 1 - Introduction 5 items
    1. Voluntary Associations in History - Robert T. Anderson 02/1971

      Article Essential

    2. The Netizen - Rebecca MacKinnon 2012-6

      Article Essential

    3. Bowling alone: the collapse and revival of American community - Robert D. Putnam 2000

      Book Recommended Especially relevant Chapter 1 - 3 PLEASE DIGITISE CHAPTER 1 (In addition, please could the following be digitised, in this order of importance: CHAPTER 3 AND APPENDIX 1.

  2. Week 2: Theory - Civil Society/ies 11 items
    1. Hegel's Civil Society: A Locus of Freedom - Peter G. Stillman 22/1980

      Article Essential Seminar Reading

    2. Civil society, 1750-1914 - Stefan-Ludwig Hoffmann 2006

      Book Recommended Useful for seminar prep.

    3. Habermas and Foucault: Thinkers for Civil Society? - Bent Flyvbjerg 06/1998

      Article Recommended Useful for seminar prep.

    4. The Social Contract - Rousseau Jean-Jacques

      Book Recommended

    5. Hegel - Frederick C. Beiser 2005

      Book Optional

    6. Civil Society, Economic Distress, and Social Tolerance - Caroline Hodges Persell, Adam Green, Liena Gurevich 2001

      Article Optional

  3. Week 3: Case Study 1 - Ireland (Introduction and Overview) 14 items
    1. Chapter 1: Thinking about social change in Ameria - Robert D. Putnam 2000

      Chapter Essential For seminar discussion

    2. Ireland - R. V. Comerford 2003

      Book Recommended Chapter 1: Polities DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. Cosmopolitan nationalism in the Victorian Empire - Jennifer Regan-Lefebvre 2009

      Book Optional

    4. “A nation of politicians”: The Volunteers, patriotism, and gender in Ireland, 1778–1784 - Higgins, Padhraig Beaver, Dan (advisor)

      Thesis Recommended See chapter 4: The New Magna Carta

  4. Week 4 : Case Study 2 - The Historical Society of Trinity College Dublin 11 items
    1. Chapter 3: Civic Participation - Robert D. Putnam 2000

      Chapter Recommended

    2. The early life, correspondence and writings of the Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke - A. P. I. Samuels, A. W. Samuels 1923

      Book Recommended Chapter VI - The Club and its Personalities DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    3. Modern Ireland 1600-1972 - R. F. Foster 1989

      Book Optional

    4. Wolfe Tone: Second edition - Marianne Elliott 6 Aug. 2012

      Book Optional For more information on Tone's time at the Hist.

  5. Week 5: Case Study 2 - British Associational Culture 15 items
    1. British clubs and societies, 1580-1800: the origins of an associational world - Peter Clark 2002

      Book Essential See: Chapter 7 - Organisation. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Women Against Slavery: The British Campaigns, 1780-1870 - Clare Midgley, Senior Lecturer in History Clare Midgley

      Book Optional

    3. Union futures: building networked trade unionism in the UK - Jane Wills, Fabian Society 2002

      Book Optional

  6. Week 7 - Social Network Theory (Method and Theory) - Introduction to digital history 17 items
    1. 'Networks' in British History - Joanna Innes March 2016

      Article Essential

    2. The SAGE handbook of social network analysis - John Scott, Peter J. Carrington 2011, c2011

      Book Essential I have not prescribed any one chapter from this book given that it covers a range of topics that might be of interest. It is essential, however, that you at least look at the Introduction and/or Chapter 2 (Social Network Analysis: an Introduction). Have a look at the chapter headings in this book also to get an idea of the types of work that falls under the heading of social network analysis (e.g. Chapter 12: Networking Online - Cybercommunities or Chapter 16: Social Movements and Collective Action). I will you decide based on your interests what you want to look at but expect to discuss these in the seminar.

    3. Historical Social Network Analysis - Charles Wetherell 1998

      Article Recommended

    4. Networks and History - Peter Bearman, James Moody, Robert Fairs 2002

      Article Optional

    5. Analyzing social networks - Stephen P. Borgatti, Martin G. Everett, Jeffrey C. Johnson 2013

      Book Optional

    6. Social networks and the Semantic Web - Peter Mika, ProQuest (Firm) 2007

      Book Optional

    7. The Strength of Weak Ties - Mark S. Granovetter 1973

      Article Optional

    8. Social Movements and Network Analysis: A Case Study of Nineteenth-Century Women's Reform in New York State - Naomi Rosenthal, Meryl Fingrutd, Michele Ethier, Roberta Karant and David McDonald 1985

      Article Optional

    9. An Introduction to Sociometry - Elizabeth R. Smith 1950

      Article Optional

  7. Week 8 - Technological impact and disruptions 14 items
    1. The master switch: the rise and fall of information empires - Tim Wu 2010

      Book Essential Read: ' Introduction and Chapter 1: The Disruptive Founder'

    2. Networks of outrage and hope: social movements in the Internet age - Manuel Castells 2015

      Book Essential Chapter 1: Opening - Networking Minds, Creating Meaning, Contesting Power

    3. Exploring big historical data: the historian's macroscope - Shawn Graham, Ian Milligan, Scott Weingart 2015

      Book Essential Chapter 6: Network Analysis - for seminar discussion. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    4. Imagined communities: reflections on the origin and spread of nationalism - Benedict R. O'G. Anderson 2006

      Book Recommended See: Chapter 3: The Origins of National Consciousness, pp. 37-46. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    5. Networks, crowds, and markets: reasoning about a highly connected world - David Easley, Jon Kleinberg 2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

  8. Week 9 - Bulletin Boards and early (online) social networks (Global networks) 6 items
    1. The dark net: inside the digital underworld - Jamie Bartlett 2015

      Book Recommended Read: 'Chapter 1: Unmasking the trolls'. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. ONE: An Urban Community - C. R. Mosher 01/03/1973

      Article Optional

  9. Week 10 - Public, Private, Online "Space" 11 items
    1. Wired women: gender and new realities in cyberspace - Lynn Cherny, Elizabeth Reba Weise c1996

      Book Optional

    2. Cyberpolitics: citizen activism in the age of the Internet - Kevin A. Hill, John E. Hughes 1998

      Book Optional

  10. Week 11 - Connected/Virtual Communities and Conclusions 17 items
    1. Here comes everybody: how change happens when people come together - Clay Shirky 2009

      Book Essential See: Chapter 2: Sharing Anchors Community. DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. A social network analysis of Twitter: Mapping the digital humanities community - Martin Grandjean, Aaron Mauro 31/12/2016

      Article Essential For seminar discussion

    3. Virtual culture: identity and communication in cybersociety - Steven G. Jones 1997

      Book Essential Chapter 5: Why we argue about virtual communities (Electronic Resource)

    4. Visualising Big Data: Social Network Analysis - Michael Lierberman

      Document Recommended For Seminar discussion

    5. Friends of Friends: Networks, Manipulators and Coalitions - J. F. Boissevain 1974

      Book Recommended Chapter 2: Networks: Interaction and Structure (pp.24-48). DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    6. Analyzing social media networks with NodeXL: insights from a connected world - Derek L. Hansen, Ben Schneiderman, Marc A. Smith c2010 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional

    7. Connected: the amazing power of social networks and how they shape our lives - Nicholas A. Christakis, James H. Fowler 2011

      Book Optional

  11. Week 12 - Conclusions 8 items
    1. Alone together: why we expect more from technology and less from each other - Sherry Turkle 2011

      Book Essential Introduction pg 1-20 (Electronic Resource)

    2. Hacker Politics and Publics - G. Coleman 01/10/2011

      Article Essential

    3. Modem nation - Charles Bowen 1996

      Book Optional

  12. Related Topics and Readings 12 items
    1. Network Theory and Small Groups - Nancy Katz, David Lazer, Holly Arrow, Noshir Contractor

      Article Optional

    2. Analyzing social networks - Stephen P. Borgatti, Martin G. Everett, Jeffrey C. Johnson 2013

      Book Optional

    3. Pleasure in the eighteenth century - Roy Porter, Marie Mulvey Roberts 1996

      Book Optional Chapter: Pleasures engendered by gender (pp 65-74)

    4. Negro Secret Societies - E. N. Palmer 01/12/1944

      Article Optional

    5. A decade of network change: Turnover, persistence and stability in personal communities - Barry Wellman, Renita Yuk-lin Wong, David Tindall, Nancy Nazer 1997-1

      Article Optional

    6. Appendix I: Measuring Social Change - Robert D. Putnam 2000

      Chapter Optional

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