Session 56:
Paradoxes in Demographic Knowledge: Time, Space, and Levels of Analysis

Thursday, May 9
3:30 PM - 5:20 PM
2nd Floor

Chair: Caroline Bledsoe, Northwestern University
Discussant: Alaka Malwade Basu, Cornell University

  1. The Creation of Demographic Facts and the Origins of China's One-Child PolicySusan Greenhalgh, University of California at Irvine

  2. Uncertainty as Knowledge: Exploring Public and Professional Discourses on Low FertilityLaura Stark, Princeton University

  3. "But We Are Not the Same": Units of Analysis in the Study of African FertilityJennifer Johnson-Hanks, University of California at Berkeley

  4. Mayans, Caciques, Farmers, and Forests: Revisiting Migration Theories' Relevance to Frontier ExpansionNora Haenn, arizona state university

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