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  1. Week 1 - Introduction 6 items
    1. Voluntary Associations in History - Robert T. Anderson 02/1971

      Article Essential

    2. The Netizen - Rebecca MacKinnon 2012-6

      Article Essential

    3. The master switch: the rise and fall of information empires - Tim Wu 2010

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

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

      Book Recommended Especially relevant: Chapters 1-3. Digitisations requested for chapter 1, chapter 3, and appendix 1 (in this order of importance) DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

  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) 15 items
    1. Bowling alone: the collapse and revival of American community - Robert D. Putnam 2000

      Book Essential For seminar discussion see chapter 1 'Thinking about social change in America' (Digitisation includes ch 1, 3 and appendix 1) DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    2. Two Concepts of Social Capital: Bourdieu vs. Putnam - Siisiäinen Martti

      Article Recommended PDF from the author at www.academia.edu

    3. Ireland - R. V. Comerford 2003

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

    4. Clubs and societies in eighteenth-century Ireland - Padhraig Higgins 11/2011

      Article Recommended The book being reviewed here is currently out of print, please read the review to get a sense of the material covered.

    5. Two capitals: London and Dublin, 1500-1840 - Peter Clark, Raymond Gillespie, British Academy 2001

      Book Optional

  4. Week 4 : Case Study 2 - The Historical Society of Trinity College Dublin 15 items
    1. Bowling alone: the collapse and revival of American community - Robert D. Putnam 2000

      Book Recommended Chapter 3: Civic Participation (Digisation includes ch 1, 3 and appendix 1) DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

    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 - Marianne Elliott 2012

      Book Optional For more information on Tone's time at the Hist. For details of print copy see entry below

    5. Wolfe Tone - Marianne Elliott 2012

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

    6. ART. II. - The Historical Society of Trinity College, Dublin: Second era September 1854

      Article Optional PDF from Hathi Trust at www.hathitrust.org. Alternative PDF available for download from ProQuest at https://search.proquest.com/docview/4610904/

    7. A less-remembered Kennedy visit - Donal Fallon 23/07/2013

      Webpage Optional

    8. An Argument on Behalf of the Catholics of Ireland - Theobald Wolfe Tone 1791

      Book Recommended PDF from The British Library at www.bl.uk

  5. Week 5: Case Study 2 - British Associational Culture 19 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. Civil society in British history: ideas, identities, institutions - José Harris 2003

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    3. Protest and the politics of space and place 1789-1848 - Katrina Navickas 2016

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    4. Susanna Inge: photo and letters of a female Chartist - Chartist Ancestors Blog 11/03/2016

      Webpage Recommended

    5. Susanna Inge, 1820-1902 - Chartist Ancestors 2017

      Webpage Recommended

    6. Women in movement: feminism and social action - Sheila Rowbotham 1992

      Book Optional

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

      Book Optional

    8. Daniel O'Connell and the Anti-Slavery Movement - Christine Kinealy 21 Jan. 2016

      Book Optional

  6. Week 7 - Social Network Theory (Method and Theory) - Introduction to digital history 19 items
    1. 'Networks' in British History - Joanna Innes March 2016

      Article Essential PDF from Institute of Historical Research at www.history.ac.uk/publications/east-asian-journal-of-british-history

    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. What is Social Network Analysis? - John Scott 2012

      Book  For details of print copy see entry below

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

      Article Optional

  7. Week 8 - Technological impact and disruptions 18 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'. For details of print copy see entry below

    2. The master switch: the rise and fall of information empires - Tim Wu 2012

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

    3. 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. For details of print copy see entry below

    4. 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

    5. 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.

    6. 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.

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

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    8. Media technology and society: a history : from the telegraph to the Internet - Brian Winston, Brian Winston 1998

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

  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. Let's take back the Internet! - Rebecca MacKinnon 07/2011

      Audio-visual document Recommended TED Talk

    2. Wired women: gender and new realities in cyberspace - Lynn Cherny, Elizabeth Reba Weise c1996

      Book Optional

    3. 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 22 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. For details of print copy see entry below

    4. Virtual culture: identity and communication in cybersociety - Steve Jones 1997

      Book Essential Chapter 5: Why we argue about virtual communities

    5. Visualizing Big Data: Social Network Analysis - Michael Lierberman 2014

      Document Recommended For Seminar discussion. PDF from Multivariate Solutions at www.mvsolution.com

    6. 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.

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

      Book Optional

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

      Book Optional

    9. The participatory condition in the digital age 2016

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    10. The culture of connectivity: a critical history of social media - José van Dijck 2013

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

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

      Book Recommended For details of print copy see entry below

  11. Week 12 - Conclusions 9 items
    1. Alone together: why we expect more from technology and less from each other - Sherry Turkle c2011 (electronic resource)

      Book Essential Introduction pg 1-20. For details of print copy see entry below

    2. Communication power - Manuel Castells 2013

      Book Recommended

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

      Article Essential

    4. Social Movements and Networks: Relational Approaches to Collective Action - Mario Diani, Doug McAdam 2003 (electronic resource)

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    5. Modem nation: the handbook of grassroots American activism online - Charles Bowen 1996

      Book Optional Item out of print, unavailable in the library

  12. Related Topics and Readings 15 items
    1. The participatory condition in the digital age 2016

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    2. Network Theory and Small Groups - Nancy Katz, David Lazer, Holly Arrow, Noshir Contractor 06/2004

      Article Optional

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

      Book Optional

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

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

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

      Article Optional

    6. The culture of connectivity: a critical history of social media - José van Dijck 2013

      Book Optional For details of print copy see entry below

    7. 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

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

      Book Optional Appendix I: Measuring Social Change (Digisation includes ch 1, 3 and appendix 1) DIGITISED extract. Licensed for use by students registered on this course.

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