Query : history of demography
- Dumont, Gérard-François21
- Centraal Bureau voor de Statistiek (CBS)16
- Centraal Bureau Voor De Statistiek (CBS)15
- NIWI - KNAW9
- Chapelain De Seréville-Niel, Cécile8
- Merenne-Schoumaker, Bernadette4
- Niel, Cécile4
- Alonso, Javier3
- Alvaredo, Facundo3
- Diederiks, H.A.3
- Verluise, Pierre3
- Adilson Giovanini2
- Alessandro Roncaglia2
- Altinok, Nadir2
- Annika Forsander2
- Barker, Graeme2
- Beusen, A.2
- Blum, Alain2
- Brée, Sandra2
- Biological Anthropology80
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No 34-2nd half 2010
Ref.: R34-2010-2 Commanding the magazine Jean-Marc Moriceau, “From Agrarian History to Historical Demography Jacques Dupâquier (1922-2010), Senior Project Manager”, pp. 5-11. Danielle Laurendeau Studies, ‘The village and the inquistor. Talking and knowing silence at the Tribunal d’Inquisition de Pam...
Pillsbury, Joanne (ed.). Documentary sources for the Andean studies, 1530-1900
This monumental work is a sort of encyclopaedia containing inputs from History, Language, Anthropology, Archaeology, Literature, Geography and Demography to improve knowledge of the ‘Andean world’. Originally published in English in 2008, this edition in Spanish, which is properly updated, makes a r...
The Vocabulary of Demography, from its Origins to the Present Day: A Digital Exploration
Launched at the end of 2010, Ngram Viewer can be used to detect trends in word usage in the millions of documents digitized by Google Books, covering a period from the sixteenth century up to the present day (eighteenth century for the French corpus). This article exploits the capabilities of this n...
Dupâquier, J. and M. Dupâquier. — History of demography. Statistics on the population of origins as at 1914. Paris, Perrin, 1985, 462 p.
Paleopathological damage in the medieval leprey of Saint-Thomas d’Aizier (Eure): latest data
Lèpre is a particular disease in the Middle Ages, the representations of which vary between curse and benection, sacer and Sanctus, avers and setbacks in the same room that Durkheim referred to as ‘sacred’. Religious constructions, these ambivalent images have an impact on behaviour towards the inju...
The Chinese population
Generalised poverty caused by overcrowding, large and needy families, irrepressive population growth, absence, before Mao’s policies, of any control of births, etc. prejudices about China are alive. This book, from the outset, attacked the ideas received on the people of China, most of which were in...
The Saint Pierre Church of Thaon: preferential burial spaces
First steps towards geographic rule modeling
International audience ABSTRACTGeographic knowledge has always proved its value as an instrument underlying reasoning in order to define effective solutions for the management of territories . In many domains, such as urban and environmental planning, it is essential to start processes of analysis a...
One cemetery, One Community, One Place : The case of Liege
peer reviewed The article is the result of the study of 160 years of cemetery history in an urban region which houses today 510.000 peoples. It demonstrates the strong links between urban and rural communities and their cemeteries. In order to do this, four points in cemetery history, chosen for the...
What is the subject of demography? What are its main concepts? How can we capture the dynamics of a population? Why, according to demographers, is the period 1950-2050 the most extraordinary, and perhaps the most dangerous, in the history of humanity? How could demographers correctly predict the lev...
A permanent privileged burial sector: the kid of Thaon churches (Calvados) from the VIIth to the nineteenth s
Geopolitical OF EUROPE [Europe’s geopolitics]
All continents, Europe is the one whose definition is regularly the most controversial. Where does it start? Where does it stop? This geopolitics of Europe deals with the composite territory from the Atlantic to the wider Russia. Its configuration has been profoundly reshaped since the end of the Co...
Demography of the European Union. Which migrations ? Which integration ?
International audience Migration is a central issue in the European Union, for many reasons : the large number of immigrants who live there, the positive level of the migratory growth rate, the increased global competition to attract the best brains, fears about the shrinking of the working populati...
“A lot of work still missing at the School”
During the three years spent at the École Française de Rome (1878-1881), M.-R. de La Blanchère devoted himself to the analysis, reconstruction and interpretation of the ancient landscape of the Latium region between Velletri and Terracina, the Lepini Mountains and the Tyrrhenian Sea, a region in whi...
Relational history of the gender among local artisans and merchants in the village (19th-20th centuries)
Our thesis focuses on crafts and rural trade between 1890 and 1960, a period corresponding to the peak and decline of these lines of businesses. As such, the working life of several families of small entrepreneurs has been studied: the framework of the small family business managed by a couple suppo...
‘pbLes ‘bbrecherches sur la Maternité’/bb incorporated feminist criticisms about ‘alienating bbMaternity’/bb in the 1970s and now revisited it in the light of ‘gender’ and social constructions. Having personal and intimate experience, maternity is nevertheless “subject to cultural, social, economic...
this book questions the handling of scales in the humanities and social sciences (geography, anthropology, sociology and demography) and grasps the methodological innovations offered by multidisciplinarity. It presents several cases of studies showing the value of sharing common scales in multidisci...
Mayotte : a worldwide geopolitical exception
International audience A true exception to the decolonization process in the Mozambique Channel, an island in the Comoros, Mayotte, which managed to resist the sense of history struggling to remain French. First discover this island, as it presents itself to visitors arriving by regular airline, bef...
Mapping the Third Republic. A Geographic Information System of France (1870–1940)
This article describes a comprehensive geographic information system of Third-Republic France: the TRF-GIS. It provides annual nomenclatures and shapefiles of administrative constituencies of metropolitan France from 1870 to 1940, encompassing general administrative constituencies (départements, arr...
, which appeared in 1855, was then defined as ‘the natural and social history of the human species’. Demography tells us about the population of a given territory. The aim of this book is to present the main achievements, tools and laws of demography and to introduce population changes to the major...
Cities of the world: similarities and diversities
The world’s cities are diverse, but they also have many similarities. The aim of this article is to identify these two trends and thus introduce the issue of “Cities of the World”. In the first part, the main commonalities were sought between cities sometimes located in the antipods and an attempt w...
Low fertility, childlessness and family changes in the first half of the 20th century in France and Belgium
"La Fonte Ardennaise et ses marchés. Histoire d’une PME familiale dans un secteur en déclin, 1926-1999"
Sedimentary and Human Responses to Aridity in Mediterranean Caves
In the Mediterranean basin, Pleistocene cave sedimentation processes were primarily characterised by episodic deposition, especially during Marine Isotope Stages 4-2 (dated by global marine records to 71-11.7 ka) (Lisiecki & Raymo 2005), when there were millennial-scale fluctuations between stadial...
The right to the city as a route: interview with Raquel Rolnik, translated from Portuguese (Brazil) by Sylvain Souchaud
Raquel Rolnik, Brazilian urbanist, is a major intellectual figure of social movements for housing. Formed at the USP (University of São Paulo) in the 1970s when the urban social movement developed, she became a member of the National Movement for Urban Reform (MNRU) and one of the drafters of the ur...