Trends in Fertility

Trends in Fertility

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  • cours magistral
  • cours - matière potentielle : the transition
  • redaction - matière potentielle : the questions
1 Towards An Explanation of India's Fertility Transition, P.M. Kulkarni, George Simmons Memorial Lecture, 33rd Annual Conference of the IASP, Lucknow, November 11-13, 2011 Towards an Explanation of India's Fertility Transition GEORGE SIMMONS MEMORIAL LECTURE 33rd Annual Conference of the Indian Association for the Study of Population Lucknow, November 11-13, 2011 P.M. Kulkarni Centre for the Study of Regional Development School of Social Sciences Jawaharlal Nehru University New Delhi 110 067 pmkulkarni@mail.
  • age at marriage
  • mysore population study
  • indirect estimates by census actuaries
  • percent decline from a plateau
  • fertility
  • decline
  • estimates
  • census
  • method
  • time

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Society for Historical Archaeology Conference, Baltimore, MD/ January, 2012 Student and Faculty Participation th Thursday, January 5
Justin E. Uehlein,Jocelyn E. Knauf,Amanda Tang, Poster presentation 9:00  11:00 am,Poster Title: “Annapolis, Maryland:Food Patterns Among Different Ethnicities”Poster Session [POS01] (Harborside  Foyer) Tom Forhan,Paper presentation9:15 am,Paper Title: “Feeding The Capital: 19th Century Agriculture In The District Of Columbia’s Rock Creek Valley”Symposium Title:“Biting the Hand that Feeds: Capitalism in the Countryside”, 9:00 am noon (Harborside  Laurel D) Mark P. Leone, Julie M. Schablitsky,Session Chair/ Organizer, Paper presentation1:00 pmMark P. Leone,Session Introduction 1:45 pm Julie M. Schablitsky,“Meanings and Motivations Behind the Use of West African Spirit Practices”Panel: Historical Archaeology and the Importance of Material Things, 2012 [PAN220], 1:00 pm  5:00 pm, (Harborside Ballroom C) Matthew M. Palus,Paper presentation2:00 pm, PaperTitle: “Networked Infrastructure as the Material Culture of Liberal Government Panel: Historical Archaeology and the Importance of Material Things, 2012 [PAN220], (Harborside Ballroom C) Megan Springate, Session organizer and Paper presentation 2:15 pm,Paper Title: “Resorts and Reform: Archaeology at the Wiawaka Holiday House, Lake George, New York”Symposium Title: “Home Away from Home: Archaeology of American Hotels”, 1:003:15, (Harborside  Laurel A & B) Stephen Brighton, Paper presentation 4:00 pm,Paper Title: “An Archaeological Perspective on Laboring and Immigration Life in Baltimore City”Symposium Title: “Archaeologies of Class, Labor and Industrialization on the Middle Ground”, 3:30 pm  5:00 pm, (Harborside  Laurel A & B) Jocelyn E. Knauf, Kathryn H. Deeley, Paper presentation 4:15 pm,Paper Title: “Work in a "sleepy town:" An archaeology of Race, Gender and Class in Annapolis, Maryland”,Symposium Title: “Archaeologies of Class, Labor and Industrialization on the Middle Ground”, 3:30 pm  5:00 pm, (Harborside  Laurel A & B) Adam Fracchia, Paper presentation 4:30 pm, Paper Title:Breaking Stone: Labor Relations in a NineteenthCentury Quarry Town
Symposium Title: “Archaeologies of Class, Labor and Industrialization on the Middle Ground”, 3:30 pm  5:00 pm, (Harborside  Laurel A & B) Amanda TangandBen Skolnik, Paper presentation 4:45, Paper Title:"’The appearance of a country village:’ Rediscovering Slave Quarters using a GISbased Technique at the Wye House Plantation”Symposium Title:African Diaspora in a Global Context, [GEN950]2:45 pm  5:15 pm(Waterview  A) th Friday, January 6
Courtney E. Singleton,Paper presentation9:45 am, Paper Title: “Moving Objects: Documenting Change at Contemporary Homeless Sites”General Session: Structures, Features, and Furnishings: Material Culture Writ Large, [GEN952] 9:00 am noon (Waterview  D) Benjamin A. Skolnik, Paper presentation 1:00 pm, Paper Title:“’Here was a field for industry and enterprise, stronglyinviting’:Using GIS to Identify Scientific Gardening and Agriculture on Plantation Landscapes.Symposiumtitle: “People Who Lived With Glass Houses: The Archaeology of Gardens and Scientific Agriculture in Early America, [SYM162] 1:00 pm  4:30 pm (Harborside  Laurel D) Elizabeth Pruitt, Paper presentation 1:15 pm, Paper Title: “Distinct from the Common Farm: Early Scientific and AfricanAmerican GardeningSymposiumtitle: “People Who Lived With Glass Houses: The Archaeology of Gardens and Scientific Agriculture in Early America”,[SYM162] 1:00 pm  4:30 pm (Harborside  Laurel D) Mark Leone, Discussant 4:00 pm, Symposiumtitle: “People Who Lived With Glass Houses: The Archaeology of Gardens and Scientific Agriculture in Early America”,[SYM162] 1:00 pm  4:30 pm (Harborside  Laurel D) Stefan F. Woehlke, Paper presentation 4:15 pm, Paper Title: Mapping Community Beyond Montpelier's Border Symposium title: Archaeology at James Madison's MontpelierTwo Hundred Years of Conflict, [SYM 179] 3:00 pm  5:30 pm (Waterview  A)
Mary Furlong, Paper Presentation 4:15 PM,Paper Title: “Mobility and Boundaries of "The Fort" Community (18701960), Alexandria, Virginia”Symposium title: “African Diaspora in a Global Context2:45pm5:45pm, [GEN950], (WaterviewA) th Saturday, January 7
Molly Russell, Michael Roller, Poster Presentation 9:00 am  11:00 am, Poster title: “The Many (Im)possible lives of the Market Master's House: An 18th Century Stone Structure in Bladensburg, MD
Poster Session:[POS03] (Harborside  Foyer)
Mark Leone,Forum Participant 9:00 am  noon Forum Title:“ADAN Annual Forum: A Conversationwith Mark P. Leone” 9:00am 12:00pm, (Harborside Ballroom E) Paul A Shackel, Michael P Roller,Session organizer/ Chair, Paper Presentation 9:00 am,Paul Shackel, Paper title: “Changing the Past, Present and Future”Symposium title: “Reversing the Narrative, Part I, [SYM114a], 9:00 amnoon (Waterview  A) Megan Bailey, Paper Presentation 10:30 am,Paper Title: “Lime and Limestone Industry at L'Hermitage Plantation”.Symposium Title:Guano, Sugar, and Cod Fish: A Recipe for Industry, 9:00 amnoon, (Waterview  B) Maria Grenchik, Paper Presentation 2:00 pm, "Life Aboard the Condederate Raider, CSSAlabama" Session title: General Session: 19th Century Maritime Heritage [GEN945] 1:00 pm  3:00 pm (Waterview  A) Donald Linebaugh, Paper Presentation1:15 pm, “A Profitable Environment for Urbanity: An Early Trading Plantation in Hampton, Virginia (44HT44)”Symposium Title: Urban Places in the Colonial Chesapeake [SYM223] 1:00 pm  5:00 pm (Harborside Ballroom  C) Michael Roller, Paul Shackel, Session organizer/ Chair, Paper Presentation 3:15 pmMichael P. Roller,(Trans)national (Im)migration and Labor in the Gilded Age: The Lattimer Massacre in Perspective”Symposium Title: Reversing the Narrative, Part II, 3:15 pm  5:15 pm [SYM114b] (Waterview  A)
Barbara Little, Paper Presentation 4:30 pm, Paper Title:Reversing the narrative from violence to peaceSymposium Title: Reversing the Narrative, Part II, 3:15 pm  5:15 pm [SYM114b] (Waterview  A)