Data Infrastructure

The Data Infrastructure Network is interested in broadly addressing issues and themes related to creating datasets for social science history, large and small, and the infrastructure required to support them. We intend to cast a wide net when discussing “data infrastructure,” and topics of interest may include: technology, data capture, sustainability, findability, interoperability, metadata, funding, methodology, collaboration, harmonization, data linkage, and builders of the data. The Data Infrastructure Network is happy to co-sponsor relevant data-intensive sessions with other SSHA Networks, including Economics, Family History and Demography, and Historical Geography and GIS networks, and others.

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Conference Updates from SSHA President Julian Go

Please read SSHA President Julian Go’s letter on the 2022 annual conference (see link below). Julian provides updated information on this year’s conference format, new registration fees, hotel reservations, and the preliminary program.

Conference updates from SSHA President Julian Go


SSHA Call for Papers

48th Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association

Chicago, IL, November 17-20, 2022
The submission deadline has passed

“Reverberations of Empire: Histories, Legacies & Lineages”

SSHA Call for Papers PDF


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