LONGPOP | 10th Demographic Conference of «Young Demographers» – CALL FOR PAPERS
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26 Oct 10th Demographic Conference of «Young Demographers» – CALL FOR PAPERS

The LONGPOP project supports the 10th Demographic Conference of «Young Demographers», organised by Young Demographers, Department of Demography and Geodemography and the Geographical Institute (Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Science).

The conference will be held in Prague on 7th and 8th of February 2019. Although the conference is focused mostly on Ph.D. students of Demography, all young (or a bit older) researches (not only demographers – a section for non-demographers is planned) will be welcomed. If you are interested in participating, please submit the title of your proposed presentation, a short abstract in English (maximum 250 words) and 3–5 keywords via registration form before the 14th November 2018. You will be informed about the acceptance before the 14th December 2018. More information about the call for papers can be found here.

Moreover, on the 6th of February 2019 the Day for Young Historical Demographers will be celebrated. It is also possible to submit papers for this event. For more information please press here. Prof. Dr. George Alter (University of Michigan) will give a key-note lecture ‘Historical and Contemporary Fertility Transitions in Comparison’ during this event. Prof. Dr. George Alter is a visiting scholar of  the LONGPOP project.

This program and key-note lecture are made possible because of financial support by the LONGPOP  project and the European Society for Historical Demography.