Chapter 7 Footnotes & Links

1 Fred Gibbs and Trevor Owens (2013), “The Hermeneutics of Data and Historical Writing,” in K. Nawrotzki and J. Dougherty (eds), Writing History in the Digital Age, Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, Webbook edition available at

2 Franco Moretti (December 2013), “Operationalizing: or, the function of measurement in modern literary theory,” Stanford Literary Lab Pamphlet 6,

3 An excellent guide to network analysis via UCINET is Robert Hanneman and Mark Riddle (2005), Introduction to Social Network Methods, Riverside, CA: University of California, Riverside. Online textbook,∼hanneman/nettext/.

4 A very good introduction and tutorial to D3.js is by Elijah Meeks (2014), D3.js in Action, Shelter Island, NY: Manning Publications. As of this writing, the book is being live-written, with Meeks adapting content to take into account readers’ feedback.

5 John Padgett and Christopher Ansell (1993), “Robust Action and the Rise of the Medici, 1400–1434,” American Journal of Sociology, 98(6), 1259–1319.

6 The Yosemite operating system was released as this text was being finalized. Clement Levallois maintains an excellent web resource of Gephi guides and help files at including a very detailed guide to installing and running Gephi under Yosemite (as well as Windows 8).

7 For tutorials on how to use some of these features, see Clement Levallois’ at and

8 Graham (2006) Ex Figlinis: The Network Dynamics of the Tiber Valley Brick Industry in the Hinterland of Rome BAR International Series 1486. Oxford: John and Erica Hedges Ltd does this with relationships of landholding around Rome in the first three centuries. See also Graham (2014) “On Connecting Stamps: Network Analysis and Epigraphy,” Nouvelles d’archeologie, 135, 39–44.