Session 129
Women's Time Use in the Early and Mid- Twentieth Century: Research Using New Historical Time Dairy Data

Friday, November 22
3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

Chair: Katie Genadek, University of Colorado Boulder
Discussant: Sarah Flood, University of Minnesota

1. Reviving the USDA/Purnell Act 1920s and 1930s Time-Use Diary Data: Exploring Change in Women’s Activity PatternsTeresa Harms, University of Oxford.

2. Married Women's Time Use and Productivity: Evidence from 1963Maria Stanfors, Lund University.

3. What Contributed to the Demise of the Nap for Women? Evidence from the First Half of the Twentieth CenturyCathleen Zick, University of Utah.

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