Rhythms and Patterns: The Quantitative Dimension
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of Family Life in Transylvania, 1850-1918
I Eastern Infant Mortality: Religion, Ethnicity, Location at European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, Spain, 28 March-2 April 2016.
Organizers: Luminita Dumanescu, Gunnar Thorvaldsen
II From data to narrative and back again: Digital Humanities approaches to the family in the Balkans, at the 8th InASEA congress “Balkan Life Courses: Family, Childhood, Youth, and Old Age in Southeast Europe” - http://inasea.net/.
Organizer from the team: Oana Sorescu-Iudean,
Chair: Prof. Dr. Ulf Brunnbauer (Institute for East and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg),
Discussant: Prof. PhD Karl Kaser (Southeast European History and Anthropology, University of Graz).
III Tipare ale vietii de familie în spatiul românesc în epoca moderna – abordari cantitative, Congresul National al Istoricilor Romani, Cluj-Napoca, 25-29 august 2016.
Organizers:Luminita Dumanescu, Daniela Marza.
1. Georgiana Coroian, The seasonality of mortality in three Transylvanian settlements in the second half of the 19th Century, World Lumen 2016 Congress, Iasi, 12-17 April 2016.
2. Luminita Dumanescu, Daniela Marza, Mihaela Haragus, New Data on Infant Mortality in Transylvania in the 19th Century based on the HPDT at European Social Science History Conference, Valencia, 30 March - 2 April 2016.
3. Daniela Marza, Ritmuri ale mor?ii în Transilvania epocii moderne (informa?ii despre mortalitate cuprinse în Historical Population Database of Transylvania), at CNIR, Cluj-Napoca, 2016.
4. Oana Sorescu-Iudean, “Gender, Credit and Creditworthiness in Premodern cities (1200–1800)” at EAUH 2016, Helsinki, Finland, 24-27 August 2016.
5. Luminita Dumanescu, Oana Sorescu-Iudean, “Godparenthood in rural Transylvania 1850- 1918: Choices, practices, and discourse” at 8th InASEA congress Balkan Life Courses: Family, Childhood, Youth, and Old Age in Southeast Europe, 15-18 September, Sofia, Bulgary
6. Oana Sorescu-Iudean, Divided fortunes, divided families: A micro-exemplary analysis of inheritance litigation in 18th century Sibiu, at 8th InASEA congress Balkan Life Courses: Family, Childhood, Youth, and Old Age in Southeast Europe, 15-18 September, Sofia, Bulgary.
7. Luminita Dumanescu, Oana Sorescu-Iudean, Ioan Bolovan, Aspects on Transylvanian marriages in the second half of 19th Century basedon Historical Population Database of Transylvania at Biennial Meeting of the European Society of Historical Demography (ESHD) 21-24 September 2016, Leuven, Belgium.
8. Luminita Dumanescu, Mihaela Haragus, Elena Crinela Holom, Oana Sorescu-Iudean, ”An European or a Non-European Marriage Pattern? New Considerations concerning the Age of Marriage of the Transylvanian Population (the Second half of the 19th Century – the beginning of the 20th Century” la 41st Annual Meeting of the Social Science History Association, Chicago, 17-20 noiembrie 2016.
9. Georgiana Coroian, „Evolutia mortalitatii pe sexe în doua comunitati transilvanene: Ocna Mures si Razboieni-Cetate (1850-1912)”, Conferinta Interdisciplinara a doctoranzilor Universitatii Babes-Bolyai, Baru Mare, Hunedoara, 23-25 iunie 2017.
10. Daniela, Mârza, ”What?s in a Name? On Child Naming Practices in 19th Century Transylvania”, Family, Kinship, and Historical Data: An International Workshop on Recent Developments in East-Central and Southeast Europe, Cluj-Napoca, 24-25 august 2017.
11. Oana Sorescu-Iudean, ”Spiritual Kinship in an Urban Context in Transylvania: Forms and Contents”, An International Workshop on Recent Developments in East-Central and Southeast Europe, Cluj-Napoca, 24-25 august 2017.
11. Georgiana Coroian, „Infant mortality in rural Transylvania: a case study on four parishes in the second half of the nineteenth century” at Dying and Death in 18th-21th Century Europe International Conference, Alba Iulia, 25-29 septembrie 2017.