News & activities
On Monday June 5 2023 the Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture (ICOG) and the Scientific Network for Historical Demography (HiDo) jointly organise the hybrid workshop ‘Epidemics in Medieval and Early Modern Western Europe’.
This workshop will be chaired by Dr Anjana Singh and includes presentations by several Posthumus fellows and alumni.
The workshop will be held both on location and via a live-stream. No prior registration is required, but please contact organiser Dr Richard Paping to obtain the required links.
On January 12 2023 the workshop The Quest for a Partner in the Past and Today. Researching Data from Matchmaking Media and Agencies will take place at Radboud University Nijmegen.
This workshop aims to bring scholars from various fields in the humanities and social sciences together that study patterns and shifts in human mating behavior.
Click here to read more, consult the program, and register for participation.
For a session proposal for the 5th Conference of the European Society of Historical Demography at Radboud University (Nijmegen, Netherlands) we invite papers in the broad area of African Population and Health History. We encourage submissions of papers which describe and engage with the availability and usability of data sources for historical demography and the history of health, healing and medicine in Africa.
Did you miss out on the Nature and Nurture Workshop we hosted earlier this fall? Check out the video of the complete workshop here.
Take a look at the final programme of the Nature and Nurture Free Day Workshop we are hosting this fall in the beautiful city center of Leuven and register.
The aim of this workshop is to bring scholars from various fields in the humanities and social sciences together that study patterns and shifts in human mating behavior using data from matchmaking media and agencies.
Besides different HiDo members presenting, HiDo Working Group Coordinators Paul Puschmann (RU Nijmegen) and Joana Maria Pujadas Mora (CED Barcelona) present with a session at the conference Of The European Society Of Historical Demography (Madrid, 2-5 March 2022)
An Initiative of the Scientific Network for Historical Demography (HiDo)
We invite paper and poster presentations that deal with topics concerning the intersection of historical demography and genetics. We welcome empirical papers, but also theoretical and methodological contributions. The intention is to publish the papers of the workshop in a special issue of an international peer-reviewed journal, that is interdisciplinary in nature, such as PLOS ONE or Biodemography & Social Biology.
13 october 2021
In collaboration with the SHiP network, HiDo members participated with two sessions on “Religious Differentials in Causes of Death, 1850-1940” at the biannual conference of The European Association for the History of Medicine and Health in Leuven, 7-10 September 2021.
Within the framework of the HiDo Working Group II (Partner choice, love and marriage), we intend to organize a session at the conference of the European Society for Historical Demography (ESHD) in Madrid, Spain. (March 2-5, 2022)…
10 september 2021
In the framework of the HiDo working group III (Colonial Societies) we aim to organize a first session at the conference of the European Society for Historical Demography (ESHD) in March 2021 in Madrid, Spain. (March 2-5, 2022).
10 september 2021