Editorial and Advisory Boards

The Editorial and Advisory Boards of the Journal of Historical Network Research are composed of scholars who have previously published in the field of historical network research, covering all of the main historical periods, from antiquity and the mediaeval period to (early) modern and contemporary history. The Advisory Board consists of noted scholars and internationally renowned experts from both the historical sciences and neighbouring disciplines (e.g. archaeology, social, political and economic sciences, digital humanities and computer science), whose task will be to ensure the academic quality of publications.

 

Christian Rollinger
University of Trier
Editor Ancient History

Robert Gramsch-Stehfest
Friedrich Schiller University Jena
Editor Medieval History

Martin Stark
ILS Research Institute for Regional and Urban Development, Aachen
Editor Modern History

Marten Düring
University of Luxembourg
Editor Contemporary History

 

Advisory Board

Wim Broekaert
University of Ghent

Giovanni Ruffini
Fairfield University

Frederik Elwert
Ruhr University Bochum

Luca De Benedictis
Università di Macerata

Paul McLean
Rutgers University

Tobias Winnerling
Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf

Emily Erikson
Yale University

Henning Hillmann
University of Mannheim

Nick Crossley
University of Manchester

Lothar Krempel
Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Societies (ret.)

Malte Rehbein
University of Passau

Antske Fokkens
University of Amsterdam (VU)

Kimmo Elo
Åbo Akademi

Diane Cline
The George Washington University

Anna Collar
Aarhus University

Tom Brughmans
University of Konstanz

Johannes Preiser-Kapeller
Austrian Academy of Sciences (ÖAW)

Charles van den Heuvel
University of Amsterdam

Claire Lemercier
French National Center for Scientific Research (CNRS)

Christophe Verbruggen
University of Ghent

Linda von Keyserlingk
Militärhistorisches Museum der Bundeswehr Dresden

Matthias Bixler
University of Bremen

Susie J. Pak
St. John’s University

Martin Grandjean
Lausanne University

Richard Engl
University of Munich