Preliminary Programme

Showing: room M (all days)
Wed 18 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Thu 19 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Fri 20 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.30 - 18.30

Sat 21 March
    08.30 - 10.30
    11.00 - 13.00
    14.00 - 16.00
    16.00 - 17.00

All days
Wednesday 18 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
M-1 FAM16 Mortality in the Past: what do we know, what do we need to know?
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Emiko Higami : Abortion for Maternal Protection and the Eugenics Protection Law: Changes in the Maternal Mortality Rate
Mayra Murkens : New Opportunities for Research into Infant Mortality in Maastricht, 1864-1955
Guéter Port-Louis : Sexual Rik Behaviors for HIV in Haiti
Michail Raftakis : Urban Penalty in Hermoupolis, Greece (1859–1940)



Wednesday 18 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
M-2 FAM17 Out-of-wedlock Fertility and Bridal Pregnancies
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Paul Puschmann Discussants: -
Kersti Lust : Bitter Fruits of Merry Life? Survival Chances of Children born out of Wedlock in Nineteenth Century Rural Estonia
Sophie Vries, Paul Puschmann : Conceived in Sin. Out of Wedlock Fertility and Bridal Pregnancies in the Antwerp District, c. 1820-1920
Karin Wienholts : Comparing Mortality Risks of Legitimate and Illegitimate Children in the Netherlands, 1811-1922. Unraveling the Links between Marital Status, Social Class and Sex of the Child



Wednesday 18 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
M-3 FAM18 Place, Space and Demographic Change
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Heidi Ing : Following Immigrants on the Move: Impact of Social Class on Geographic Distribution of Children and Grandchildren of Immigrants to Colonial South Australia
Kris Inwood, Hamish Maxwell-Stewart : Comparing Geographical and Social Mobility for Soldiers and Prisoners in a Settler Society
Charmian Mansell : Everyday Travel and Mobility in Early Modern England: a New Perspective on ‘Community’
Matt Nelson : The Causes of the Decline of Patrilineal Kin Propinquity in the United States, 1790-1940
Mikolaj Szoltysek, Bartosz Ogórek : Two's Company, Four's a Crowd? Partitioning-based Clustering and the European Historical Household Formation Systems



Wednesday 18 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
M-4 FAM19 Remarriage and Stepfamilies in Preindustrial Societies of Central and Eastern Europe in Demographic Perspective
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Radoslaw Poniat
Organizer: Piotr Guzowski Discussant: Radoslaw Poniat
Monika Kozlowska, Marzena Liedke & Piotr Guzowski : Remarriage among Catholics and Protestants in Warsaw and Vilnius in the 18th Century
Péter Öri : A Turning Point in the Life Course: Widowhood and Remarriage in 19th Century Hungary
Levente Pakot : Parental Death and Life-course Trajectories of Orphans in a Hungarian Rural Town, 1750-1850
Alice Velková : Remarriage and Stepfamilies among Members of „New Elites“ – Bohemia in the 2nd Half of the 19th Century



Thursday 19 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
M-5 FAM05 Beyond Eurocentrism: Population and Family History of the Middle East and North Africa
Lipsius, 002
Networks: Africa , Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Paul Puschmann Discussants: -
Hilde Bras, Reto Schumacher & Valérie Delaunay : Starting, Spacing, Stopping, or Postponing? Reproductive Trajectories during the Fertility Transition in Niakhar, Senegal, 1960-present
Youssef Courbage : The Demographic Roots of the Syrian Civil War 2011-????
Vasilis Gavalas, Pavlos Baltas : Reproduction in the Archipelago of the Aegean 1920-2016: Long-term Trends and Recent Upturns
Mohamed Saleh, Claire Galez-Davis : Marriage, Fertility and Child Mortality before the Demographic Transition: Evidence from Nineteenth-Century Egypt
Mustafa Murat Yücesahin, A. Yi?italp Tulga : Demographic and Social Change in the Middle East and North Africa: Processes, Spatial Patterns, and Outcomes



Thursday 19 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
M-6 FAM01 “A Right to a Child”: Reproductive Medicine and Adoption in Postwar Europe
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Tracey Loughran
Organizers: Chiara Candaele, Tinne Claes Discussant: Caroline Rusterholz
Fabrice Cahen : Patient, Client or Right Holder: Access to ART in France (1970-1994)
Chiara Candaele : ‘A Child is saved, a Childless Couple has been helped out’. Catholic Promotion of Intercountry Adoption (Belgium, 1945-1970)
Tinne Claes : A Family is not a Luxury Good: Rights to Children, Grassroots Initiatives and the Cost of Infertility Treatments in Belgium
Kasper Eriksen : A Scandinavian Way of Adoption? A Comparative Study of Transnational Adoption Policies in 20th Century Scandinavia



Thursday 19 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
M-7 FAM02 A Haven in a Heartless World? The Logics of Marriage, Remarriage and Divorse
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Hiroshi Kawaguchi : Arranged Marriage and Female Labor in the 19th Century, North-eastern Japan
Hideko Matsuo, Koen Matthijs : Marriage Seasonality Trends from Early 19th to Early 20th Century, Analysis Based on Two Provinces in Flanders
Jean-Francois Mignot, Sandra Bree : Risking Divorce in France since the 19th Century
Mary Nagata : Marriage Practice in the Historical and Contemporary Japanese Family
Miquel Valls-Fígols, Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora & Gabriel Brea-Martínez : Could my Sibling Determine my Own Marriage? Individual Determinants of Marriage Formation in the Barcelona Area, 16th-17th Centuries
Ingrid van Dijk, Jan Kok : Kept in the Family: Remarriage, Siblings, and Consanguinity in The Netherlands 1812 - 1927



Thursday 19 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
M-8 FAM22 SwedPop - New Perspectives on Swedish Social, Demographic and Economic History over 200 Years
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Elisabeth Engberg Discussants: -
Elisabeth Engberg : The National SwedPop-initiative: Merging Five Large Databases into a National Resource for Demographic Research
Christer Lundh, Martin Dribe : Urban-rural Patterns of Leaving Home: Local Populations in Sweden 1915-1943
Martin Önnerfors : Water, Segregation and Mortality: the Case of Stockholm 1878-1926
Glenn Sandström, Maria Stanfors & Martin Bergvall : Growing more Equal and Growing Apart? SES and the Rise of Divorce in Sweden, 1880-1970



Friday 20 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
M-9 FAM15 Missing Girls Past and Present: 30 Years after Sen's Missing Women
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Francisco Beltrán Tapia Discussants: -
Francisco Beltrán Tapia, Mikolaj Szoltysek : Missing Girls in Historical Europe: an East-West Comparison
Anne Løkke, Bárbara Revuelta-Eugercios & Helene Castenbrandt & Asbjørn Thomsen : Were there Missing Girls or Young Women in Nineteenth Century Denmark?
Francisco J. Marco-Gracia : The Missing Twin Girls. Evidence of Sex-discrimination in Rural Spain (1600-1950)
Fernando Ramos Palencia : Missing girls in the Spanish Archives, 1750-1800



Friday 20 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
M-10 FAM24 The SHiP Historical Cause-of-death Coding System: an Important Step towards International and Comparative Health Research
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Angelique Janssens Discussants: -
Isabelle Devos : Causes of Death in the Port City of Antwerp, 1910. A Comparison between the SHiP System and a Historical Classification System
Maria Hiltunen : Applying the SHiP Coding System to Cause of Death Data from the Demographic Database in Umea, Sweden
Angelique Janssens, Evelien Walhout : Testing the SHiP Coding System on 19th Century Amsterdam Individual-level Cause-of-death Data
Barbara Revuelta-Eugercios : The SHIP Coding System applied to Danish Cause of Death Data in the Link-Lives Project: Burial Records and Death Certificates
Hilde L. Sommerseth : Towards a Harmonized Historical Coding System: Causes of Death in Norway



Friday 20 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
M-11 FAM25 Undivided Property among Brothers in the Early Modern Period: Legal Norms and Social Practices. Four Case Studies in Comparison
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Margareth Lanzinger
Organizers: Siglinde Clementi, Margareth Lanzinger Discussant: Benedetta Borello
Siglinde Clementi : Undivided Property among Brothers – a Multifaceted Social Practice. The Case of Tyrolean Nobility in the Early Modern Period
Michaela Hohkamp : Brothers between Cooperation and Competition: Strategies and Politics of High Noble Houses within the HRE in Early Modern Times
Cinzia Lorandini : Between Business and Family Assets: Undivided Property among Brothers in Trentino (18th to 19th c.)
Janine Maegraith : Undivided Fraternal Property among the Peasantry in Early Modern Southern Tyrol. A Legal Hybrid?



Friday 20 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
M-12 FAM09 Geographies of Population, Health and Wealth in Early Modern Flanders and Brabant. Results from the Stream Project
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: Isabelle Devos, Anne Winter Discussants: -
Thijs Lambrecht : Geography, Politics and Poor Relief: the Role of Spatial Variation and Regime Change in the Organization of Rural Poor Relief in Flanders & Brabant 1786-1807
Klaas Van Gelder, Isabelle Devos : War and Peace in the Time of Malthus. The Demographic Impact of Military Conflicts in Early Modern Flanders, 1650-1800
Torsten Wiedemann, Sven Vrielinck : Premodern Google Maps, Ferraris Light and STREAM: New Tools and Data for Spatiotemporal Research in Early Modern Social, Economic and Demographic History
Anne Winter, Wouter Ryckbosch : Local Variations in Population and Fiscal Inequality in Brabant c. 1700



Saturday 21 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
M-13 FAM27a Stepfamilies across Cultures and Religions I
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Lyndan Warner
Organizer: Gabriella Erdélyi Discussant: Marianna Muravyeva
Gila Hadar : The Sabbatian Family: Between Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Katalin Simon : A Tale of Three Cities and Five Ethnic-religious Groups: the Family as a Process in 18th-century Pest, Buda/Ofen and Óbuda/Altofen
Árpád Tóth : Stepchildren in Lutheran Burgher Families in 18-19th-century Pressburg



Saturday 21 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
M-14 FAM27b Stepfamilies across Cultures and Religions II
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Almut Bues
Organizer: Gabriella Erdélyi Discussant: Gabriella Erdélyi
Monika Matay : Courtroom Dramas, Violence and Broken Families
Marianna Muravyeva : Honour Thy Step-Mother?: Violence in Early Modern Russian Stepfamilies
András Péter Szabó : Family Feud or Stepsibling Rivalry? Reading a Court Trial from Seventeenth-Century Habsburg Hungary
Adrienn Szilágyi : Searching Stepfamilies in Databases
Lyndan Warner : Stepfamilies in Northern France and the Southern Low Countries c. 1500s-1600s



Saturday 21 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
M-15 FAM27c Stepfamilies across Cultures and Religions III
Lipsius, 002
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Monika Matay
Organizer: Gabriella Erdélyi Discussant: Lyndan Warner
Almut Bues : Dynasty as a Patchwork House or the (evil) Stepmother. The Example of Zofia Jagiellonka
Gabriella Erdélyi : Stepfamily as Inheritance in Early Modern Hungary
Katarzyna Kosior : Royal Step-motherhood, Political Motherhood, and Emotion in Early Modern Poland
Mercedes Llorente : The Image of Early Modern Spanish Habsburg Queens as Stepmothers and their Stepchildren
Laura Olivan : Politics of Emotions: Habsburg Stepfamily Relations (1648-1683)


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