Presentations

2003
  • Jan Kok, 'New insights in demography using a database with historical life courses, The Netherlands 19th and 20th centuries', Institute of Ethnology of Academia Sinica, Taipei, Taiwan, 16 January 2003.
  • Jan Kok, 'Geboortebeperking in het Laat Keizerlijke China. Felle debatten en nieuwe feiten', International Institute for Social History, 25 February 2003.
  • Margaret Chotkovsky, 'Colleagues, friends and partners? The composition of the personal relationships of the Italians migrants in the Netherlands, 1860-1936', Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences, April 2003.
  • Frans van Poppel, 'The Historical Sample of the Population of the Netherlands', Workshop Genetics, Genealogies and Family Databases, Umea (Sweden), 4-6 June 2003.
  • Frans van Poppel and Aart Liefbroer, 'Family structure and socio-economic position: survival effects in later life. First results of the Historical Sample of the Netherlands', Geneve Early life conditions and longevity: reconstructing lives from cradle tot grave, University of Geneva, 12-14 June 2003.
  • Kees Mandemakers and Lisa Dillon, 'Best practices with large databases on historical populations', XVth International Conference of the Association for History and Computing, Tromsø (Norway), 6-9 August 2003.
  • Kees Mandemakers and Peter Doorn, 'Life courses in context. A collaboratory based on Dutch population registers and censuses in the 19th and 20th century', XVth International Conference of the Association for History and Computing, Tromsø (Norway), 6-9 August 2003.
  • Marco van Leeuwen, 'Invited comments on the paper 'Best practices with large databases on historical populations', International Association for History and Computing Conference, Tromsø (Norway), August 2003.
  • Marco van Leeuwen, 'HISCO and the History of Work Information System', International Association for History and Computing Conference, Tromsø (Norway), August 2003.
  • Gerard van der Harst, 'De vestiging van Zeeuwse migranten in Rotterdam e.o. aan het einde van de negentiende eeuw', Zeeuws Archief, 6 September 2003.
  • Kees Mandemakers, 'De Historische Steekproef Nederlandse bevolking', Symposium 'Mensen achter het beleid. Persoonsdossiers als bron voor het historisch-wetenschappelijk onderzoek', Den Haag, 26 September 2003.
  • Hilde Bras, 'Zeeuwse meiden. Dienen in de levensloop van vrouwen, 1850-1950', Reunion (subdepartment of the Nederlandse Vereniging voor Genealogie), Utrecht, 11 Oktober 2003.
  • Hilde Bras, 'Dienstbodes: werk en levensloop', N.W. Posthumus Instituut, 31 Oktober 2003.
  • Hilde Bras, 'The institution of service, youth and social change', American Social Science History Conference, Baltimore (USA), 7 November 2003.
  • Kees Mandemakers, 'HSN expertise-software for population registers and data handling', IMAG (International Microdata Access Workgroup)-workshop 'Longitudinal and Cross-Sectional Historical Data: Intersections and Opportunities', Montréal (USA), 10-11 November 2003.
  • Kees Mandemakers, Marco van Leeuwen en Ineke Maas, 'Familial influence on partner choice: the Netherlands 1830-1940', 28th Social Science History Conference, Baltimore (USA), 13-16 November 2003.
  • Jona Schellekens and Frans van Poppel, 'Religious differentials in marital fertility in Holland, 1860-1910', Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Baltimore (USA), 13-16 November 2003.
  • Jan van Bavel and Jan Kok, 'The Role of Religion in the Dutch Marital Fertility Transition. Starting, Spacing and Stopping in the heart of the Netherlands, 1845-1945', presented by Jan van Bavel at 28th Social Science History Association, Baltimore, 16 november 2003.
  • Kees Mandemakers, 'The Historical Sample of the Netherlands (HSN) and other Dutch databases as new instruments for the historical study of intermediary structures', ODIS-International Symposium 'Intermediary Structures and Democracy. An historical Approach', Leuven (Belgium), 28 November 2003.
  • Hilde Bras and Muriel Neven, 'Rivals, substitutes or resources? The influence of siblings on the life course of rural-born women from Zeeland, the Netherlands and the Pays de Herve, Belgium (1850-1950)', Seizièmes Entretiens du Centre Jacques Cartier, colloquium 'Frères, soeurs et jumeaux: passé et present des fratries', Lyon (France), 1 december 2003.
  • Jan Kok, 'Burden or opportunity? Illegitimate births in The Netherlands and Taiwan' (with Hill Gates and Sping Wang), workshop Positive or Preventive? Reproduction in Taiwan and The Netherlands, 15-17 December 2003, Academia Sinica Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Jan Kok, 'Marital fertility and birth control in rural Netherlands and Taiwan, 19th and early 20th centuries' (with Wen-shan Yang and Ying-hui Hsieh), workshop Positive or Preventive? Reproduction in Taiwan and The Netherlands, 15-17 December 2003, Academia Sinica Taipei, Taiwan.