This a series of weekly seminars for fellows and students at the University of Oxford to discuss their research in an informal environment.

This a series of weekly seminars for fellows and students at the University of Oxford to discuss their research in an informal environment.

  • Week 2 (Monday 29 April) – Giulia Berlusconi, Universit‡ Cattolica del Sacro Cuore: Law enforcement and criminal network resilience: The impact of law enforcement action on the structure and activities of a mafia group

  • Week 3 (Monday 06 May) – Marc Ventresca, Said Business School: Title TBC

  • Week 4 (Monday 13 May) – Marco Bastos, London School of Economics: Newsmaking on Twitter and Facebook

  • Week 5 (Monday 20 May) – Sang Hoon Lee, Maths Institute: Matchmaker, matchmaker, make me a match: migration of population via marriages in the past

  • Week 6 (Monday 27 May) – Edo Gallo, University of Cambridge, University of Oxford: Title TBC

  • Week 7 (Monday 3 June) – Daniel Archambault, Swansea University: Perceptual Issues in Dynamic Graph Drawing: Animation, Small Multiples and Drawing Stability

  • Week 8 (Monday 10 June) – Sandra Gonzalez-Bailon, Oxford Internet Institute: Local Networks and Global Campaigns: the Bridges and Brokers of Political Communication in Social Media

About the speakers

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