Political Networks Conference (PolNet)

Political Networks

The 2022 APSA Political Networks Section

15th Annual Political Networks Conference and Workshops (extended format)

June 13 - July 15, 2022

Five Weeks of PolNet Hosted Virtually by

University of Iowa

Sponsored by the Department of Political Science at the University of Iowa, PolNet XV will feature one week of workshops and four weeks of panels in an extended virtual format. All workshops and panels will be via Zoom. The workshop schedule is below and greater details can be found here. More information on the panels can be found here. Note: All times are in US Central Daylight Time.

Please plan to attend the conference and workshops in Summer 2022!

University of Iowa Host:

Elizabeth J. Menninga, University of Iowa, elizabeth-menninga@uiowa.edu

Workshop Schedule:

  • Monday, June 13, 12-3pm CDT: Bomi Lee Introduction to Network Analysis in R

  • Tuesday, June 14, 12-3pm CDT: Katherine (Katya) Ognyanova Advanced network visualization with R

  • Wednesday, June 15, 12-3pm CDT: Ted Hsuan Yun Chen Introduction to Exponential Random Graph Models

  • Thursday, June 16, 11am-2pm CDT: Shahryar Minhas Introduction to Latent Factor Models for Networks

      • NOTE: This workshop starts an hour before the others!

  • Friday, June 17, 12-3pm CDT: Sarah Shugars Methods at the Intersection of Network and Text Analysis

Program Committee Members:

  • Carlos Algara, Claremont Graduate University

  • Lisa Argyle, Brigham Young University

  • Christine Bricker

  • Naim Bro, Millennium Institute Foundational Research on Data

  • Elizabeth Connors, University of South Carolina

  • Bryce Dietrich, University of Iowa

  • Pilar Elizalde, London School of Economics and Political Science

  • Margaret Foster, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Lorien Jasny, University of Exeter

  • Yooneui Kim, Bentley College & Texas Tech University

  • Abigail Matthews, University at Buffalo

  • Elizabeth Menninga, University of Iowa

  • Periloux Peay, Georgia State University

  • Erin Rossiter, University of Notre Dame

  • Matthew Simonson, University of Pennsylvania

  • Omer Yalcin, University of Massachusetts Amherst