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.
Session 1. Religious differentials in causes of death, 1850-1940. Part I.
Chair: Janssens, Angélique (Maastricht University and Radboud University Nijmegen)
- Derosas Renzo and Munno Cristina (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice): Mortality and Causes of Death in Nineteenth-Century Venice. A Comparison of Jews and Catholics.
- Muurling Sanne (Radboud University Nijmegen): A World of Difference? Religion, Neighbourhoods, and Infant Mortality in Mid-Nineteenth Century Amsterdam
- Devos Isabelle (Ghent University): Causes of Death of Catholics and Jews in the city of Antwerp, 1928-1939
Session 2. Religious differentials in causes of death, 1850-1940
Chair: Devos, Isabelle (Ghent University)
- Diepgrond Nadeche and Riswick Tim (Radboud University Nijmegen): Diseases and Divinity: Investigating Religious Differences in Health of Patients in the Binnengasthuis in Amsterdam, 1856-1896
- Junkka Johan and Hiltonen Maria (Umeå University): Religious Differences in Cause-Specific Infant Mortality in Northern Sweden, 1860-1900
- Walhout Evelien and Beekink Erik (Leiden University and Radboud University Nijmegen): Faith in a Time of Cholera in the Dutch Town of Woerden, 1866