EPIBEL work in progress presented at Posthumus Conference

The EPIBEL team members continue to broadcast their preliminary findings. Late June 2022 Isabelle Devos and Wouter Ronsijn presented their work at the annual Posthumus Conference in Rotterdam. Wouter talked about “Social and demographic inequalities and the 1690s dysentery epidemic in the Southern Netherlands: the case of Sint-Niklaas“. In this novel…

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EPIBEL presented 3 papers in Athens

Last week the EPIBEL team attended the XXIe colloque international de L’Association Internationale des Démographes de Langue Française (AIDELF) in Athens. We presented no less than 3 papers on COVID-19 and the Spanish Flu (1918-19) in Belgium: Mélanie Bourguignon , Emmanuel Debruyne, Isabelle Devos, Yoann Doignon, Thierry Eggerickx, Hilde Greefs,…

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It is out! Our first EPIBEL publication! The very first overview of the Spanish flu in Belgium.

Devos, I., Bourguignon, M., Debruyne, E., Doignon, Y., Eggerickx, T., Greefs, H., Hanus, J., Ronsijn, W., and Soens, T. (2021). The Spanish Flu in Belgium, 1918-1919: A State of the Art. Historical Social Research, Supplement, 33, 251-283. Read it here:  https://doi.org/10.12759/hsr.suppl.33.2021.251-283 Source: Cartography by UCL Centre de Recherche en Démographie…

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