Friday, October 2 / 10:30 AM - 12:00 PM   •   Karam 5

Session 201:
A historical demography of epidemics

Chair: Alain Gagnon, University of Western Ontario

  1. On the issue of causes of mortality crises. The use of matching and inverse probability weighting to analyze mortality in 19th century southern SwedenTommy Bengtsson, Lund University ; Göran RA Broström, Umeå University

  2. Houses and individuals in Udine during the cholera outreach of 1836. A geo-referenced analysis with micro-level dataMarco Breschi, Università degli Studi di Sassari ; Alessio Fornasin, Università degli studi di Udine ; Matteo Manfredini, Università degli Studi di Parma

  3. 'A pestilence stalks abroad': familial and geographic clustering of deaths during the Tasmanian scarlet fever, measles and influenza epidemics of 1852–54Rebecca Kippen, Australian National University

  4. Risk factors of measles mortality in a historical population: New France, 1714-15Ryan M Mazan, University of Western Ontario

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