Saturday, June 9 / 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM   •   Room E0.11

Session 1060:
Filling Knowledge Gaps Using New Data

Chair: Isabelle Devos, University of Ghent

  1. From the archives: The development of the Navrongo Historical Demographic Database Edward Morgan, Unaffiliated;

  2. Infant and Early-Childhood Mortality in a Greek Town, Hermoupolis, Greece (1859-1940) Michail Raftakis, Newcastle University;

  3. The Family Context of the Elderly across Historic Europe: A Continental Panorama with Pooled Mosaic and Napp Data Mikolaj Szoltysek, University of Warsaw;

  4. Paleodemographical Analyses of Plague Outbreaks in Italy before and after the Black Death of 1347-48 Irene Barbiera, University of Padova;

  5. Inequality across Generations: Status Attainment in a Catalan Industrial Town, Sant Feliu De Llobregat (1800-1880). Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora, Center for Demographic Studies; Gabriel Brea, CED, Barcelona;

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