19 a 21 de maio de 2016 / 19-21 May 2016

Escola de Educação Corporativa da Universidade (Educorp)
Universidade Estadual de Campinas – University of Campinas
Campinas – São Paulo/ Brazil

19 de maio, quinta –feira - Thursday, 19 May

9:00-9:30 - Abertura Oficial – Opening

9:30 – 11:00 - Sessão/ Session 1: Quality of Census: a discussion
Chair/Discussant Diego Ramiro Fariñas (Spanish National Research Council)

1) Has census coverage in Latin America improved with time? Gabriel Borges (IBGE) & Nicolás Sacco (Universidad de Buenos Aires).

2) Quality of Age Reporting data in Indian Census: An insight of changing course of Reliability – Rabiul Ansary (Student) & Bhaswati Das (Centre for the study of Regional Development, School of Social Sciences), Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

3) Incorporating geo-technologies into the Brazilian Population Census: Higher spatial resolution versus confidentiality – Maria do Carmo Dias Bueno (IBGE) & Álvaro de Oliveira D’Antona (FCA/Unicamp).

11:00 – 11:30 - Coffee Break

11:30 – 13:00 - Sessão/ Session 2: Different processes for producing registers and counting population
Chair /Discussant: Robert McCaa (Minnesota Population Center)

1) Adolphe Quetelet and the Revival of Nominative Census Taking
Gunnar Thorvaldsen (University of Tromsø)

2) Counting Colonial Populations in the Portuguese America, 1760-1820: between central impositions and local constrains
Paulo Teodoro de Matos (Universidade Nova de Lisboa); Ana Silvia V. Scott (Nepo/Unicamp) & Dario Scott (PPGD-Unicamp)

13:00 - 14:30 - Almoço/ Lunch

14:30 – 16:00 - Sessão/ Session 3: Sociopolitical and economic contexts - demands for demographic information and population data
Chair/Discussant: Bárbara Revuelta Eugercios (University of Copenhagen)

1) The sociopolitics and economics of the introduction of baptism and marriage registration in Europe’s Catholic countries
Benoît Laplante (Institut National de la Recherche Scientifique)

2) Comparing information from vital events to the 1891 census data in the Saguenay region of Quebec: a critical appraisal of the two sources
Jean-Sebastien Bournival (Université du Québec à Chicoutimi), Hélène Vézina (Projet BALSAC - Université du Québec à Chicoutimi)

3) French census, 1851-1876: to quantify infirmities
Pauline Hervois (Institut National d'Études Démographiques - INED)

16:00 – 16:30 - Coffee Break

16:30 – 18:00 - Sessão/ Session 4: Methodologies, techniques and possibilities for analysis of population I
Chair/Discussant: Joice Melo Vieira (Nepo/Unicamp)

1) Reconstructing partial lifecourses from census data: linking the population of Copenhagen between 1880 and 1885 censuses
Bárbara Revuelta-Eugercios (University of Copenhagen)

2) Estimating Census-Based TFR in a Context of Rapid Fertility Decline
Helena Cruz Castanheira (Cedeplar/UFMG)

3) Indirect estimates of mortality risk at young ages in Brazil by social conditions, using Brazilian census data of 2000 and 2010
Mario Monteiro (Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro (UERJ) & Alba Zaluar (NUPEVI)

20 de maio, sexta-feira – Friday, 20 May

9:30 – 11:00 - Sessão/ Session 05: Methodologies, techniques and possibilities for analysis of population II
Chair/Discussant: Diego Ramiro Fariñas (Spanish National Research Council)

1) Census microdata as a time machine: The revolution in educational attainment in Latin America and the statistical coherence of census microdata
Robert Mc Caa, Lara Cleveland, Patricia Kelly-Hall, Steven Ruggles, Matthew Sobek (Minnesota Population Center)

2) Historical changes in Fertility at districts Level in India since 1971-2011: A Spatial Analysis
Rakesh Singh (International Institute for Population Sciences - IIPS)

3) Historical mortality and model life tables. The case of Brazil (1870-1890)
Heitor Moura Filho (UNIRIO)

11:00 – 11:30 - Coffee Break

11:30 – 13:00 - Sessão/ Session 6: Possibilities and limitations of data: the case of Brazil
Chair/Discussant – Gladys Massé (University of Tres de Febrero / University of Buenos Aires)

1) Evolution of poverty analysis through census data: what we know and how much we evolved in the last 60 years in Brazil? Pier De Maria (Unicamp)

2) The Average Brazilian and the Census: a critical approach to the questionnaire building – Marden Campos (IBGE)

3) Population Profile of the Suburban Area of Rio de Janeiro (1890-1920) – Cristiane Miyasaka (Unicamp)

4) Possibilities and limits of using the Brazilian census to analyze the dynamics of social inequalities among families - Nathalie Reis Itaboraí (IESP-UERJ/UFJF)

13:00 - 14:30 - Almoço/ Lunch

14:30 – 16:00 - Sessão/Session 7: Quality and scope of population statistics
Chair/Discussant: Ana Silvia Volpi Scott (Nepo/Unicamp)

1) De naturales, pardos y morenos... al ´autorreconocimiento´ de pueblos indígenas y afrodescendientes como criterio de identificación
Gladys Massé (University of Tres de Febrero / University of Buenos Aires)

2) Siberian Indigenous Peoples: their enumeration in nominative sources
Elena Glavatskaya (Ural Federal University).

3) Ethnic categorization, visibility and monitoring through population censuses in Turkey: a special focus on language and religion questions in 1927-1985
Alanur Çavlin (Hacettepe University I)

16:00 – 16:30 - Coffee Break

16:30 – 17:30 - Sessão de Encerramento / Closing Session
Diego Ramiro Fariñas / Ana Silvia Volpi Scott

21 de maio, sábado – Saturday, 21 May

9:30 – 12:00 Reunião de Grupos/ Groups meeting


Guided Visit - Santa Maria Farm

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