Are you a fan of Game of Thrones? Do you literally get the chills, when the theme song is blasting out of the TV speakers and another episode is about to roll over your screen? Are you interested in social data science and creativity? In film, entertainment, publishing, music industries?
There are many reasons to join us for this CBN Science webinar 17 December at 12 PM CET!!! We are looking at a phenomenon many people interact with, without even knowing the complexities. Join us this Thursday and explore some of the secrets behind the narrative structure of A Song of Ice & Fire.
Professors Colm Connaughton and Padraig MacCarron, will be with us to present their notions behind the worldwide phenomenon “Game of Thrones” and the social data analysis and power of storytelling that A song of Ice & Fire contains.
Colm Connaughton: Director of Centre for Complexity Science in the University of Warwick.
Padraig MacCarron: Applied mathematician interested in network processes of social systems, University of Limerick.
Article: Narrative structure of A Song of Ice and Fire creates a fictional world with realistic measures of social complexity