Contents: Jürgen Barkhoff/Helmut Eberhart: Introduction – Robert J. Holton: Network Theories and Network Types – René
Sigrist: Scientific Networks and Frontiers in the Golden Age of Academies (1700-1830). An essay with new data – Natalia Tikhonov-Sigrist:
Academic Migrations to Switzerland 1870-1914. The networks behind the numbers – Inge Knudsen: Pushing Gender Boundaries. Radical
Intellectual Networks around Mary Wollstonecraft – Gábor Barna: Crossing the Borders. The Meeting of Religions and Shaping
the Sacred in the Age of Globalization and the Internet – László Mód/Timo J. Virtanen: Vanishing Borders, Expanding Networks.
Backgrounds, questions and targets for the Finnish-Hungarian Banat project – Susanne Österlund-Pötzsch: Finland-Swedes. In-between
and in-betwixt – Kirsten Patent: The Difficult Relationship between East and West Germans. Examples from ethnological field
research – Gillian Wylie: Trafficking in Women. Networks of Knowledge and the Cultural Construction of Europe – Simonetta
Grilli/Fabio Mugnaini: Badanti on the Edge. Networks beyond frontiers in domiciliary eldercare. An ethnographic study of migrant
women workers and contemporary families in Italy – Niall O Dochartaigh: Conflict, Territory and online Boundaries. Drawing
wider Lessons from a Belfast Case Study – Kathrin Pöge-Alder: Storytelling across Borders. Networks of Patterns and Organizations
– Jeanne Riou: Aesthetic Imagination as Network? Approaches to Thought and Death in Rilke and Richard Beer-Hofmann – Isidro
López-Aparicio Pérez: Networking Across Borders and Frontiers. A graphic metaphor.