Friday, November 22 / 1:15 PM - 2:45 PM Grant Park Parlor (Floor 6)

Session 113
Development of Longitudinal Historical Data

Chair: Alexander Roehrkasse, Cornell University
Discussant: Alice B. Kasakoff, University of South Carolina

1. Constructing Individual-Level Longitudinal Data for Japanese Historical Population: Challenges and OpportunitiesSatomi Kurosu, Reitaku University; Hao Dong, Peking University; Miyuki Takahashi, Rissho University; Akira Hayami, Reitaku University.

2. Reconstructing a Country: Linking over 12 Million Lives in the Dutch Civil Registry, 1812-1967Rick J. Mourits, International Institute of Social History / Radboud University; Auke Rijpma, Utrecht University; Schalk Ruben, Utrecht University; Van Zanden Jan Luiten, Utrecht University.

3. ‘Translating’ Records of Scotland’s Past to Tell Meaningful Stories: The Production of Scottish Longitudinal Historical Micro-DatasetBeata Nowok, University of Edinburgh; Chris Dibben, University of Edinburgh.

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