Preliminary Programme

Showing: room S (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
S-1 FAM20a Building of Demographic Databases I Shortening the Building: of Experiences on Handwriting Text Recognition
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Gunnar Thorvaldsen
Organizer: Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora Discussant: Martin Dribe
Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek & Jonathan Fisher : Digitizing Handwriting with Automated Methods: a Pilot Project Using the 1990 U.S. Census Manuscripts
Lars Ailo Bongo, Tim Alexander Teige & Nikita Shvetsov & Johan Ravn & Einar Holsbø & Trygve Andersen & Gunnar Thorvaldsen : Automated Approaches for Transcription of 20th Century Norwegian Census Microdata
Joseph Price, Mark Clement : Using Hand-writing Recognition to Auto Index the US Census Records
Helene Vezina, Jean-Sébastien Bournival & Christopher Kermorvant & Marie-Laurence Bonhomme : i-BALSAC: Completing Families with the Help of Automatic Text Recognition



Wednesday 18 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
S-2 FAM20b Building of Demographic Databases II
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Lisa Dillon, Bertrand Desjardins & Marilyn Amorevieta-Gentil & Alain Gagnon : Recovering Marginalized Lives and Fragmented Itineraries: Advancing PRDH Quebec Family Reconstitution
Daniela Marza, Ioan Bolovan : Historical Population Database of Transylvania (HPDT) - a Valuable Tool for Family Reconstitution in Transylvania, 1850-1914
Joana-Maria Pujadas-Mora, Alícia Fornés, Josep Lladós, Miquel Valls, Gabriel Brea : Building Individual-level Historical Demographic Databases using Computer Vision Methods based on Deep Learning. The Barcelona Case.



Wednesday 18 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
S-3 FAM03 Insularity, Isolation and Female Strategies of Family Continuity over Generations in Global Perspective (16th -20th centuries)
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Ester Fauve Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Violetta Hionidou : Women’s Agency among Insular Greek Populations, 1850s to 1950s
Donggue Lee, Byung-giu Son & Gyeongjin Lee : A Study on the Strategy of Family Succession through Female Heads of Households in Korea in the 17th and 19th Centuries
Rui Maia : Who will marry this Widow? Female Strategies of Family in São Jorge Island (Azores) in the 19th Century
Claude Olry : Determinants of the Long Historical Continuity of Lineages and Families for the Community of Koreans Living in China
Paulo Teodoro de Matos, Diogo Paiva & Francisco Anguita : Who will marry this Widow? Female Strategies of Family in São Jorge Island (Azores) in the 19th Century
Mei Zhu : Widow’s Family Property Arrangement Strategy and Family Continuity: a Comparative Study between China and Korea in the 15-18 Century



Wednesday 18 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
S-4 FAM04 Approaching Living Standards using Household Budgets from a Gender Prospective
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Beatrice Moring
Organizer: Luisa Muñoz Abeledo Discussant: Jane Humphries
Cristina Borderias : Family Budgets during the First Third of the Twentieth Century in Urban Spain
Corinne Boter : Living Standards and the Household Life-cycle in Netherland
Veronica Canal : Family Income and Expenses in an Industrial and Fishing North Spanish Ports during Franco’s Regime
Daniel Castillo Hidalgo : The Living Conditions of Family Dockers at Dakar, 1910-1960
Francesca Sanna : Use of Family Budgets by European Mining Companies during the Interwar Period



Thursday 19 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
S-5 FAM23 The Apple does not fall Far from the Tree. Health, Height and Mortality in Comparative Intergenerational Perspective
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Tim Riswick
Organizer: Björn Quanjer Discussant: Niels van den Berg
Jan Kok : A Genealogical Approach to Exploring Kin Correlations in Heights
Matthias Rosenbaum-Feldbrügge, Björn Quanjer & Ingrid van Dijk : Parental Death and Child Well-being: Height and Mortality Effects Explored in the Netherlands 1860-1940
Eric Schneider, Kris Inwood & Hamish Maxwell-Stewart : The Growth of Adolescents in the British Dominions, 1840-1920
Kristina Thompson, Maarten Lindenboom & France Portrait : The Intergenerational Transmission of Height and Health: the Case of the Netherlands, 1850-1922
Ingrid van Dijk : Bearing the Cost. The Role of Kin in Women´s Survival over the Life Course



Thursday 19 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
S-6 FAM07 Context is Everything: Situating Demographic Patterns through Qualitative Sources
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizers: - Discussants: -
Martin Andersson : From Slaves to Servants: the Rise of Rural Servantry in Medieval Scandinavia, 1300-1650
Bonnie Clementsson : Cultural Notions of Incestuous Relationships in Early Modern Sweden
Oleg Gorbachev, Lyudmila Mazur : The Soviet Rural Family in the Feature Cinema: Mythologems, Images, Problems
Maija Runcis : Estonian Families in Sweden – an Analysis of the Collection “Life Destinies” at the Swedish Nordic Museum
Markéta Skorepová : Relatives? Friends? Protectors and Mentors? Godparents and Sponsors in Bohemian Rural Society



Thursday 19 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
S-7 FAM06 Children among the Streets – a Deadly Destiny?
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Elena Glavatskaya Discussants: -
Eugenia Bournova : Infant and Child Mortality in the 1880-1920 Athens: a Microstudy
Elena Glavatskaya, Dmitry Bakharev, Iulia Borovik & Elizaveta Zabolotnykh : Child Mortality in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries Ekaterinburg, Russia: Macro and Micro Analyses
Silvia Ma Mendez Main : Infant Mortality in the Early 20th Centuries in Veracruz, Mexico
Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Hilde L. Sommerseth : Urban – Rural Differentials in Historical Child Mortality of Norway



Thursday 19 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
S-8 FAM08 East Asian Family History
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Theo Engelen
Organizer: Tim Riswick Discussant: Jan Kok
Luc Bulten : The Colonial Register Inside Out: Indigenous Family Composition and Identity Formation in Eighteenth Century Dutch Colonial Sri Lank
Sangwoo Han, Kijung Kwon & Donggue Lee : Comparison of Elite Families in the Capital, Urban, and Rural in the 17th Century Korea
Sijie Hu : The Continuity of Six Chinese Lineages, 1400-1900
Martin Kolk, Yen-Shin Alice Cheng : Sex Composition and Parity Progression in Sweden and Taiwan: Evidence of Changing Gender Preferences from 200 Years of Micro Level Fertility Histories
Tim Riswick : Between Rivalry and Support: Differences in the Mortality Chances of Brothers and Sisters in Taiwan (1906-1946) and the Netherlands (1863-1910)



Friday 20 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
S-9 FAM26 Women and Family Property
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Networks: Family and Demography , Women and Gender Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Beatrice Moring Discussant: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Lloyd Bonfield : What the Legacy Duty (1796) can Tell Historians about Collateral Female Inheritance?
Luminita Dumanescu, Ioan Bolovan : From Birth to Grave, I am my Father’s Daughter!
Margareth Lanzinger : Widows and Relatives: Competing Property Interests (Tirol 1600-1800)
Beatrice Moring : Women, Law and Property Transmission in the Nordic Countries
Robert Sweeny : The State of Things. Towards a Feminist Critique of Legal Reception in European Colonies of Settlement
Raquel Tovar Pulido : The Transmission of the Inheritance by Women in Spain in the Old Regime



Friday 20 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
S-10 FAM10a Impact of Wars on Families I
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Helena da Silva Discussant: Helena da Silva
Ioan Bolovan, Luminita Dumanescu : World War I on the Periphery of the Austro-Hungarian Empire: Family, Morality and Gender Relations in Transylvania
Elena Crinela Holom, Mihaela Haragus : When life goes on! Remarriage of World War I Widows in Transylvania
Josef Grulich, Vaclav Cerny : Recruits and Veterans. Military Service and its Influence for Changing the Structure of Rural Family in South Bohemia in the 18th Century
Grazyna Liczbinska : The Impact of WWII on Perinatal Outcome in Poland



Friday 20 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
S-11 FAM10b Impact of Wars on Families II
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux
Organizer: Helena da Silva Discussant: Helena da Silva
Silvia Correia : Nostalgia and Family Correspondence of Portuguese Soldiers in First World War
Georgeta Fodor : Where do we go from here: Preserving the Tradition or Following the Paths of Modernization? Dilemmas on Constructing the New Romanian Family after the Great War
Paul Huddie : Gendered Citizenship and Warfare-welfare: a Comparison of the Welfare Provisions afforded Soldier’s Families in the United Kingdom and Russian Empire 1914-18
Alexia Moncrieff : Disability, Family Breakdown and the State: Using War Pension Files to Investigate the Effects of War on Families
Maria Tatar-Dan : Living in the Aftermath of the Great War. Aspects of Family Life in a Transylvanian County: Mure?



Friday 20 March 2020 16.30 - 18.30
S-12 FAM12 Life after Slavery: Histories of Emancipation in Africa, Asia and South America, 1750-1900
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chair: Paulo Teodoro de Matos
Organizers: Dries Lyna, Jelmer Vos Discussant: Andrew MacKillop
Iracema Dulley : Transformations in Personal Names in the Central Highlands of Angola
Dries Lyna, Jan Kok : Slave Suburbia? Manumitted Slaves and their Families in Dutch Colombo, Late 17th and 18th Centuries
Coen van Galen : Free or Half Free: the Social Position of Escaped Enslaved People in Dutch Suriname, 1840-1850
Jelmer Vos : The Reconstruction of Slavery after Abolition in Angola and São Tomé, c.1850-1900
Christine Whyte : Childhoods after Slavery in 19th Century Sierra Leone



Saturday 21 March 2020 08.30 - 10.30
S-13 FAM13 Love and Marriage in the Mother City
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Networks: Family and Demography , Sexuality Chairs: -
Organizer: Johan Fourie Discussants: -
Brittany Chalmers : The Complexity of Complexion: Racial Reclassification in the Cape
Youngook Jang : Beyond Race: Endogamy in Early Twentieth-century Cape Town
Laura Richardson : Courtship and Bridal Pregnancy in the Mother City: Evidence from the Anglican Parish Registers, c. 1900-1960
Amy Rommelspacher : Prenuptial Agreements and Female Agency: Evidence from 90 000 Cape Town Marriage Records



Saturday 21 March 2020 11.00 - 13.00
S-14 FAM14 Migration and Health
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Network: Family and Demography Chairs: -
Organizer: Paul Puschmann Discussants: -
Satomi Kurosu, Miyuki Takahashi : Were Migrants Healthier than Non-migrants? A Case of Rural and Urban Populations in Early Modern Japan
Rick Mourits, Paul Puschmann : Exploring Family Factors in the Migrant Mortality Advantage, Zeeland, the Netherlands, 1812-1962
Dolores Sesma Carlos, Michel Oris : Later Life Mortality and Differential Migration Experiences, among the Dutch Birth Cohorts 1850-1890
Olav Tysdal : Economic Crises, Emigration and Population Structure
Kalliopi Vasilaki : La Ciotat: from a Traditional Maritime Port to an Industrial Centre of Naval Construction



Saturday 21 March 2020 14.00 - 16.00
S-15 POL34 Troubling Citizenship
P.J. Veth, 1.01
Networks: Global History , Politics, Citizenship, and Nations Chair: Barbara Henkes
Organizer: Margaret Power Discussant: Barbara Henkes
Teresa Meade : Agency and Recognition: Hannah Arendt and the Legacy of Polish Secular Judaism
Margaret Power : The Troubling Realities of Puerto Rican Citizenship and Nationalism in a U.S. Colony
Andor Skotnes : Race and Troubled Citizenship: Caste and Racial Capitalism in South Africa and the United States
Barbara Weinstein : Rethinking Tannenbaum’s Slave and Citizen in Light of the 2018 Presidential Election in Brazil


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