Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure
Seminar or event series
This seminar showcases new work in historical demography, household structure, and welfare systems, and the relationships between these phenomena and economic development and social inequalities, in any historical society and period.
The Cambridge Group for the History of Population & Social Structure is an interdisciplinary research group founded in 1964: more information can be found here.
The support of the Trevelyan Fund (Faculty of History) is gratefully acknowledged.
The Norwegian Historical Population Register (1801-1964): Current Status, Impact and Future Prospects
Professor Hilde Sommerseth
Mapping the Miasma’. The geographies of a forgotten contagion: Ireland and the 1832 cholera epidemic.
Dr Fiona Gallagher (Dublin City University)
Mariages a la Parisienne: Cohabiting couples in Paris during the inter-war period
Dr Sandra Bree (French National Centre for Scientific Research)
Health resilience and weather changes in Germany, 1890-1913
Asst Professor Daniel Gallardo-Albarran (Wageningen University)
At a glance
Wednesdays at 1.15pm
Faculty of History, Room 3 and Zoom