Category Archives: Shakespeare

Social Networks of Shakespearean Plays – part 2

As a follow on to my previous work about social networks in Shakespeare, I wanted to see how the social network changes throughout the course of the play.  Using the same techniques as last time we can look at the social network structure by act. The density of the social network underlies the style of […]

Social Networks in Shakespeare

Privacy settings are very important when getting them wrong results in a duel to the death. When I think of social networks, I immediately start to think of Facebook, LinkedIn and the rest of their ilk.  These tend to dominate the landscape of our thoughts on social networks simply because they’re the biggest.  But social […]