Population Studies Group
The Population Studies Group (PSG) seminars are typically held once a month and feature research in progress from both internal and external speakers in the fields of demography, population studies and sexual and reproductive health research. The PSG seminars are open to the public and will be organised over Zoom until further notice.
Events in this series
Unequal trends in causes of death drive life-expectancy differences during COVID-19
The educational impacts of expanded contraceptive access in the contemporary U.S.
Book talk: Population Politics in the Tropics. Demography, Health and Transimperialism in Colonial Angola (Cambridge: CUP, 2022)
African women in the colonial archive: historicising population changes in Angola
Cross-sectional average length of life childless: An alternative index to study first birth trends
Cooking data: Ethnographic reflections on assembling ‘populations’ in the field
Beyond the mother: Evolutionary perspectives on cooperative childrearing
Ten years in Balaka, Malawi: An excerpt from in-progress book manuscript, An Epidemic of Uncertainty
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