Working group new paper/ppt/svg/comment index
Bob Adams Commentary on Richard Hatcher,
Understanding the Population History of England, 1450-1750 - Examining assumptions of historically 'fitted' models
Peter Turchin Dynamical Analysis of Socio-Economic Oscillations: England, 1100-1900
Turchin's PowerPoint presentation of Dynamical maps (22 MB) of evolution of the state system and metaethnic frontiers in Europe during the two millenia CE. These are PowerPoint slides presented at the Santa Fe Institute working group on Analyzing Civilizations as Dynamic Networks (Complex Macrosystems).
C. Nussli, 2002.
Periodical Historical Atlas of Europe
is the source of the new states/ethnogenesis maps.
Henry Wright The Earliest Bronze Age in Southwest Asia (3100-2700 BC)
Bill Thompson Complexity, Diminishing Marginal Returns, and Serial Mesopotamian Fragmentation
Comment on Thompson's paper - political dynamics Doug White
Doug White Paper for Spufford project, assisted by Joseph Wehbe
Maps, Network Slides and Powerpoint for Spufford project
Dave Wilkinson Analytical and Empirical Issues in
the Study of Power-Polarity Configuration Sequences
Chris Chase-Dunn Modeling dynamical nested networks in the Prehistoric U.S. Southwest
Background paper index
Chris Chase-Dunn World-Systems as Dynamic Networks
John Hatcher 2003 Understanding
the Population History of England 1450-1750
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