Институт демографии Национального исследовательского университета "Высшая школа экономики"

№ 755 - 756
1 - 28 января 2018

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Useful information from the student society "Demographer"

Schools, Seminars

PhD workshop "Research in Health and Healthcare: methodological approaches"

Place: Geneva, Switzerland

Date: 18 April 2018

Deadline: 09.02.2018


The Rostock Retreat on Causality (no fee + stipend)

Place: Rostock, Germany

Date: 2-4 July 2018

Deadline: 28 February 2018


Workshop "Parental life courses after separation and divorce"

Place: Berlin, Germany

Date: 3-4 May 2018

Deadline: 15 January 2018


The social impact of epidemics: A workshop marking 100 years of the Great Flu Epidemic

Place: Oslo, Norway

Date: 3-5 September 2018

Deadline: 15 March 2017

Organized by the Centre for Welfare and Labour Research, Oslo and Akershus University College, the Norwegian Demographic Society and the EAPS Working Group on Health, Morbidity and Mortality (HMMWG)

Epidemics are the natural meeting ground between human civilisations and microscopic organisms. When they meet, some members of the human social group may die, others develop immunity, and the organism may subsequently mutate to the point where it can overcome that immunity. Neither human groups nor those of microorganisms are homogenous, however. For example, some sections of the human group will be more affected and others less, both immediately and over time, as the result of going through the disease itself, or because of social adversities following bereavement and disruption. Consequently, major epidemics are likely to have major effects on the subsequent evolution of society.

The purpose of this workshop will be to focus on these social consequences of major epidemics – the influenza epidemic of 100 years ago and others. We wish to address questions such as: What types of social groups were more and which less, affected by the epidemic? What are the most important factors that influenced the differential impact of the epidemic among groups? What effect, if any, did the epidemic have on social relations and future social developments? Specifically, did it have an impact on marriage, fertility and migration? How did the survivors of the disease and the bereaved spouses and children cope socially and economically later in life? Also, did the knowledge of differential social susceptibility during historical epidemics affect subsequent preventive actions? And how do these insights help us prepare for avoiding socially unjust epidemics in the future?

As in previous HMMWG workshops, there is no participation fee, but participants are expected to cover their own fares and accommodation.

Closing date for abstracts: 15 March 2018
Please submit to: Svenn-Erik Mamelund Svenn-Erik.Mamelund@afi.hioa.no
Responses and tentative programme by the end of April 2018

Prague Summer Schools 2018: Applications Open

Place: Prague, Czech Republic

Date: 1-8 July 2018


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