The RRR Network is an interdisciplinary and international network of researchers, curators, and artists employing performative methods in the humanities and social sciences. The network’s aim is to offer a platform for sustained, interdisciplinary reflections on performative methods, variously known as reconstruction, re-enactment and replication (RRR) practices (also: reproduction, re-working, restoration of behaviour) across the fields of history of science, archaeology, art history, conservation, musicology, media studies, artistic research, anthropology and other disciplines. Until now, interdisciplinary connections have been a rare exception, approaches to RRR having been developed within the disciplines themselves. The RRR Network fosters the interdisciplinary exchange of experiences with performative methods by facilitating cross-disciplinary RRR workshops and communication. It has been established as an outcome of the NIAS Lorentz Workshop, organized by Sven Dupré, Anna Harris, Julia Kursell, Patricia Lulof, Maartje Stols-Witlox, in June 2017, and is open for membership to all researchers with an interest in performative methods.