Session 34:
Differentital fertility in the past

Thursday, June 22
4:00 PM - 5:30 PM
Room 2

Chair: José Antonio Ortega, Universidad de Salamanca

  1. Remarriage in a pre-transitional Italian CommunityMarco Breschi, University of Sassari; Alessio Fornasin, University of Udine; Matteo Manfredini, University of Parma; Laura Rizzi, University of Udine; Giovanna Gonano, University of Sassari

  2. Childbearing ‘out there’ In ‘better Britain’: ‘How’ & ‘Why’ the fertility Of New Zealand Pakeha (=British-origin) colonists differed from That Of Their British Victorian PeersIan Pool, University of Waikato

  3. Reproductive choices and reproductive constraints in Spain during the demographic transition: Familial, social and intergenerational ContextsDavid Reher, Universidad Complutense de Madrid; Alberto Sanz-Gimeno, Universidad Complutense de Madrid

  4. From large, wealthy families to childless success?Walter Scheidel, Stanford University; Vegard Skirbekk, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA); Hans-Peter Kohler, University of Pennsylvania

  5. Population development of the Jewish population in Bohemia between the Years 1850 and 1939Jana Vobecka, Charles University in Prague

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