Networks

Networking illustration

Concept: Exploring relationships and connections between objects commonly studied in the Humanities. This process involves breaking information into component parts and visualizing those parts to show their interdependence. Examples of Humanities networks might be: philosophers and how they borrow philosophical concepts or artists and the museums their works are displayed in.

Some of the places where networks scholarship is happening at Duke include: Data and Visualization Services, Duke Network Analysis Center, and Social Science Research Institute.