Daniel Allington’s seminar at CeRch, King’s College London, 1 October 2013

Network analytic approaches to the production and propagation of literary and artistic value

Daniel Allington, The Open University

Daniel Allington, Centre for Language and Communication, Faculty of Education and Language Studies, The Open University, will present the first seminar in this year’s Centre for e-Research Seminar Series, King’s College London, on 1 October 2013 at 6.15pm.

Daniel will be discussing  his approach to study of the production and propagation of literary and artistic value, which emerges from Bourdieu’s sociology but employs social network analysis: two paradigms that are often assumed to be in opposition. Daniel will illustrate his methodological and theoretical reflections with details from his empirical research on interactive fiction and other ongoing projects where he examines the relationships between cultural producers (such  as early 20th century authors, contemporary visual artists and electronic musicians).

The seminar is open to all and free to attend.

For a full abstract, see Kings College London – Network analytic approaches to the production and propagation of literary and artistic value.

For more information on Daniel and his work, please see his website at http://www.danielallington.net.

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