Committee and contact

The Connected Past is a community led by a multi-disciplinary international steering committee. It aims to provide discussion platforms for the development of original and critical applications of network and complexity approaches to archaeology and history. To this purpose The Connected Past organises international conferences, focused seminars and practical didactic workshops.

Please contact Tom Brughmans, Anna Collar and Fiona Coward for all questions about The Connected Past (contact details via links below).

Scientific Committee Oxford 2018 conference

Arno Bosse (Faculty of History, University of Oxford)
Tom Brughmans (School of Archaeology, University of Oxford)
Chico Camargo (Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford)
Anna Collar (Department of Culture and Society, Aarhus University)
Fiona Coward (School of Applied Sciences, Bournemouth University)
Tamas David-Barrett (Professor of Human Behavior and Evolution, Centro de Investigación en Complejidad Social, Universidad del Desarrollo Santiago de Chile; Lecturer in Economics, Trinity College Oxford)
Anke Hein (School of Archaeology, University of Oxford)
Renaud Lambiotte (Mathematical Institute, University of Oxford)
John Pouncett (School of Archaeology, University of Oxford)
Thais Rocha da Silva (Oriental Institute, University of Oxford)
Yayoi Teramoto-Kimura (Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics, University of Oxford)

Committee members
Professor Alex Bentley (Dept. of Archaeology and Anthropology, Bristol University)
Dr. Tom Brughmans (School of Archaeology, University of Oxford)
Dr. Anna Collar (Department of Culture and Society, Aarhus University)
Dr. Fiona Coward (School of Applied Sciences, Bournemouth University)
Professor Carl Knappett (Homer Thompson Chair in Aegean Prehistory, University of Toronto)
Dr. Tim Evans (Department of Physics, Imperial College London)
Professor Claire Lemercier (Centre de Sociologie des Organisations, Sciences-Po Paris)
Professor Irad Malkin (Department of History, Tel Aviv University)
Professor Barbara Mills (School of Anthropology, University of Arizona)
Professor Koji Mizoguchi (School of Social and Cultural Studies, Kyushu University Japan)