Robert McCaa, Professor Emeritus, Department of History
Ambassador, IPUMS-International
Minnesota Population Center, 50 Willey Hall
University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455-0406
Global cell: 1+952.33.IPUMS (952.334.7867) office: 1+612-624-5818
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Vita


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IPUMS-International Census Microdata Harmonization Projects
https://international.ipums.org/international web site

Projects completed

1999-2013

IPUMS-International: An NSF funded project to inventory the world's census microdata
and harmonize census microdata of 8 countries

2000-4

An NIH funded project to integrate Colombian census microdata 1964-2000

Currently funded research

2005-13

IPUMS-Global: Integrating census microdata of selected countries world-wide

2003-18

IPUMS-Latin America: An NIH funded project to harmonize the region's census microdata
IPUMS-Latin America: Un proyecto del NIH para homologar los microdatos censales de la región

2004-15

IPUMS-EurAsia: Integrating census microdata of Europe and Asia

Projects in development

201?

IPUMS-Africa: Preserving and Integrating census microdata of Africa

201?

The Arab-Region IPUMS-International project proposal web page

 

Preprints

2013

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·  Analytical tests of controlled shuffling to protect statistical confidentiality and privacy of a ten per cent household sample of the 2011 census of Ireland for the IPUMS-International database.

Robert McCaa, Krish Muralidhar, Rathindra Sarathy, Michael Comerford, and Albert Esteve Palos

Ottawa, Joint UNECE/Eurostat work session on statistical data confidentiality

Oct. 28-30, Ottawa

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·  Thanks to 70 years of Inter American Statistical cooperation, the world’s largest integrated census microdata dissemination site www.ipums.org/international.

Robert McCaa

Estadistica, forthcoming (70th anniversary issue)

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·  The Big Data Revolution: IPUMS-International. Trans-Border Access to Decades of Census Microdata Samples for Three-fourths of the World and more.

Robert McCaa

Revista de Demografía Histórica, 30:1 [2012], pp. 69-87.

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·  The educational homogamy gap between married and cohabiting couples in Latin America

Albert Esteve, Anthony Lopez-Gay, and Robert McCaa

Population Research and Policy Review.

2012

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·  When Excessive Perturbation Goes Wrong and Why IPUMS-International Relies Instead on Sampling, Suppression, Swapping, and Other Minimally Harmful Methods to Protect Privacy of Census Microdata

Lara Cleveland, Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles and Matt Sobek

J. Domingo-Ferrer and I. Tinnirello (Eds.): Privacy in Statistical Data 2012, LNCS

Springer, Heidelberg

2011

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·  Comparative perspectives on Marriage and International Migration, 1970-2000: findings from IPUMS-International census microdata samples.

Albert Exteve, Joan Garcia, and Robert McCaa,

IUSSP Seminar on Global Perspectives on Marriage and International Migration

Oct 20, 2011

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·  Trans-Border access to Census Microdata: The IPUMS-IECM partnership, where a single license agreement opens access to microdata for more than 60 countries to researchers world-wide free of cost

Robert McCaa, Albert Esteve

Joint UNECE/Eurostat Work Session on Statistical Data Confidentiality

Oct 28, 2011

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·  IPUMS-International: Free, World-Wide Microdata Access Now for Censuses of 62 Countries--80 by 2015

Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles, Matt Sobek, Wendy Thomas

58th International Statistical Institute

Aug 26, 2011

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  • Maternal mortality in South Africa: An update from the 2007 Community Survey
  • Michel Garenne, Robert McCaa, and Kourtoum Nacro Journal of Population Research 28:89-101.
     
  • IPUMS-International: Integrating and Disseminating High Precision Population Census Samples of the USA, Greece, Europe and the World
  • Robert McCaaModern Greek Studies Yearbookforthcoming
     
  • "Creating Statistically Literate Global Citizens: The Use of IPUMS-International Integrated Census Microdata in Teaching".
  • Ann Meier, Robert McCaa and David Lam Statistical Journal of the IAOS (International Association of Official Statisticians) 27(3):145-156

    2010
     
  • IPUMS-International Statistical Disclosure Controls: 159 Census Microdata Samples in Dissemination, 100+ in Preparation
  • Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles and Matt SobekJ. Domingo-Ferrer and E. Magkos (Eds.): Privacy in Statistical Data 2010, LNCS 6344 pp. 74--84. Springer, Heidelberg

    2009
    ppt (pdf)
  • Timely dissemination of integrated census microdata and metadata: The IPUMS-International approach
  • Diffusion des microdonnées et des métadonnées intégrées du recensement : L'approche du projet IPUMS- international
  • Robert McCaa and Patricia Kelly-Hall5th Africa Symposium on Statistical Development19-21 November 2009, Dakar, Senegal
    ppt (pdf)
  • Creating Statistically Literate Global Citizens: The Use of Integrated Census Microdata in Teaching"
  • Ann Meier and Robert McCaaSecond Arab Statistical ConferenceNov. 2-4, 2009, Tripoli, Libya
    ppt (pdf)
  • Entrusting census microdata and metadata for timely integration and dissemination via the IPUMS-EurAsia and IECM initiatives, 2010-2014
  • Russian translation
  • Robert McCaa and Albert Esteve UNECE Conference Census Outputs to Meet User NeedsOct 28-30, 2009, Geneva, Switzerland
    ppt (pdf)
  • Implementing IPUMS-International Confidentiality Protocols using CSPro/IMPS: 1991 Census Microdata of Saint Lucia,
  • Michael J. Levin and Robert McCaa17th Meeting of the Regional Census Coordinating Committee (RCCC, CARICOM)Oct. 29, 2009, Castries, Saint Lucia
    ppt (pdf)
  • IPUMS-International: Resolving the Challenges of Census Microdata Archiving, Integration and Dissemination
  • Robert McCaaUN-ECA Africa Centre for Statistics Regional Workshop on Data ManagementOct. 26-28, 2009, Kampala, Uganda
    ppt (pdf)
  • Maternal mortality in South Africa:An update from the 2007 Community Survey ,
  • Michel Garenne, Robert McCaa, and Kourtoum NacroInternational Union for the Scientific Study of PopulationSep 27-Oct. 2, 2009, Marrakech, Morocco
    ppt (pdf)
  • IPUMS-International: lessons from 10 years of archiving and disseminating census microdata,
  • Robert McCaa and Wendy Thomas57th International Statistics InstituteAug 16-22, 2009, Durban, South Africa
    ppt
  • IPUMS-International: Changing Patterns Of Use And Analysis Of National Population Census Microdata And Metadata, 1999-2009,
  • Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles, and Matt Sobek,24th ANCSDAAP Population Census Conference23-25 March 2009, Hong Kong SAR, China

    2008
  • "Maternal Mortality in South Africa in 2001: From Demographic Census to Epidemiological Investigation," Population Health Metrics, 6:4(Aug) 1-13. co-authors: Michel L. Garenne and Kourtoum Nacro. also available from: http://www.pophealthmetrics.com/content/6/1/4
  • "Assortative mating patterns in the developing world.pdf"   .ppt (1mb), Albert Esteve, Sula Sakar and Robert McCaa. Sep. 10, 2009 IUSSP Seminar on Changing Transitions to Marriage, New Delhi, Sep 10-12.
  • IPUMS-Europe workshop:   "Welcome: Accomplishments & challenges," Robert McCaa, Barcelona, Spain Jul 10
  • Conference of Young African Statisticians
        "IPUMS-International: Dynamic metadata system
    ," Robert McCaa, Pretoria, South Africa Jul 2
        "Archiving and disseminating census microdata: The IPUMS-International Experience," (15mb) Robert McCaa, Pretoria, South Africa Jul 2
        Archiving Census Metadata and Microdata:How to Preserve Memory, Increase Stakeholders, and Enhance the Census as a Public Good;coauthor: Wendy L. Thomas.

    2007
  • "Engendering Economic Activity in Population Censuses," Robert McCaa, Antonio Lopez & Phuong Nguyen. Dec 12, 2007 Global Forum on Gender Statistics, Rome,Italy.
  • "Engendering African censuses: Capture secondary economic activity, especially of women and part-time workers," Robert McCaa Dec 6, 2007 ASSD, Accra, Ghana.
  • "Preserving census microdata and making them useful: IPUMS & Sudan," Prof. Awad Hag Ali and Robert McCaa, First Arab Statistical Conference, 12-13 November 2007, Amman, Jordan.
  • "A proposal to preserve, integrate and manage access to anonymized census samples of the Official Statistical Agencies of the Arab States in cooperation with the Arab Institute for Training and Research in Statistics," Robert McCaa, First Arab Statistical Conference, 12-13 November 2007, Amman, Jordan.
  • "Homogamia Educacional en México y Brasil, 1970-2000: Pautas y Tendencias," Latin American Research Review, 42(2):56-88; co-author: Albert Esteve.
  • "El proyecto IPUMS-International: Microdatos censales para investigadores argentinos, latinoamericanos y del resto del mundo," Co-author: Albert Esteve. en Boleda, M. y Mercado Herrera, M.C. (compiladores), Seminario Internacional de Población y Sociedad en América Latina, 2005 (SEPOSAL 2005), 2 Tomos, Salta, Argentina, Tomo I, pp. 51-74.
  • "Gender and Ethnicity: Marriage Patterns in Historical Perspective," Co-authors: Albert Esteve and Clara Cortina. en Boleda, M. y Mercado Herrera, M.C. (compiladores), Seminario Internacional de Población y Sociedad en América Latina, 2005 (SEPOSAL 2005), 2 Tomos, Salta, Argentina, Tomo I, pp. 37-50.
  • "IPUMS-International Integrated Census Microdata Extract System: Users and Uses, May 2002-March 2007," Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles, and Matt Sobek, 23rd ANCSDAAP Population Census Conference, 16-18 April 2007, Christchurch, New Zealand.
  • "Using Census Microdata Disseminated by IPUMS-International to Assess Millennium Development Goals of Literacy, Education and Gender Equity in the Ugandan censuses of 1991 and 2002," Robert McCaa, Steven Ruggles, and Matt Sobek, Scientific Statistics Conference, Kampala, Uganda, June 11-13.
  • "Integrating Disability Census Microdata: What is accessible from IPUMS-International?" Robert McCaa and Krishna Mohan Palipudi, 56th Session of the International Statistical Institute, Lisbon, Portugal, Aug. 22-29.
  • "IPUMS-International High Precision Population Census Microdata Samples: Balancing the Privacy-Quality Tradeoff by Means of Restricted Access Extracts," International Conference on Quality Management of Official Statistics, Daejeon, Republic of Korea, Sep. 6-7, 2007.
  • "Género y trabajo en los censos de población de América Latina: la captación de la actividad económica femenina secundaria a partir de la ampliación del cuestionario censal con una única pregunta," Robert McCaa and Antonio López Gay, UNFPA Workshop on Preparatory Activities, Analysis and Exchange of Experiences for the Successful Implementation of the 2010 Round of Population and Housing Censuses in Latin America and the Caribbean, Panama City, Panama, Sept. 17-21.
  • "Preserving Census Microdata and Making Them Useful: Sudan," Arab Statistical Conference, Amman, Jordan, November 12-13, 2007 , Robert McCaa and Awad Hag Ali
  • "Maternal Mortality in South Africa in 2001: From Census to Epidemiology," Michel Garenne, Robert McCaa, and Kourtoum Nacro, Union of African Population Studies, Arusha, Tanzania, December 10-14, 2007.

    2006
  • "Using integrated census microdata for evidence-based policy making: the IPUMS-International global initiative," African Statistical Journal, 2:83-100. co-authors: Albert Esteve, Steven Ruggles, Matt Sobek.
  • show (4 mb)  "IPUMS-International High Precision Population Census Microdata Samples: Balancing the Privacy-Quality Tradeoff by Means of Restricted Access Extracts" Privacy in Statistical Databases, December 13-16, 2006, Rome. co-authors: Steven Ruggles, Michael Davern, Tami Swenson, and Krishna Mohan Palipudi.
  • "Indigenous Peoples, Ethnicity and Identities in contemporary censuses: A global perspective" Presentation (1mb) Spread sheet of Identity Questions in Contemporary Censuses ," Indigenous Identities in Demographical Sources. Umea, Sweden. Sep 29-30
  • "Homogamia educacional en México y Brasil, 1970-2000: pautas y tendencias," Associación latinoamericano de población. Guadalajara. co-author: Albert Esteve
  • " Presentation (1mb) Paper: Educational homogamy of Mexicans in Mexico and the USA: What difference does gender, generation, ethnicity, and educational attainment make in marriage patterns," Population Association of America Annual Meeting. Los Angeles. co-author: Albert Esteve
  • "IPUMS-Europe: Confidentiality measures for licensing and disseminating restricted access census microdata extracts to academic users," Monographs of official statistics: Work session on statistical data confidentiality. Luxembourg: Office for Official Publications of the European Communities, pp. 37-46. co-author: Albert Esteve
  • Using integrated census microdata for evidence-based policy making: the IPUMS-International global initiative, African Statistical Journal, 2:83-100 (May 2006). Co-authors: Steven Ruggles, Matt Sobek, and Albert Esteve.
  • "IPUMS: la familia crece," 2º Seminario Internacional: efectos de la globalización y las políticas migratorias, Toluca, Mexico, 15-17noviembre.
  • "Disseminating integrated, anonymized, high precision census microdata samples: an invitation, update and proposal," Fourteenth Meeting of the Regional Census Coordinating Committee (CARICOM), Port-of-Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, 9-10 November 2006.
  • "Homogamia educativa de los mexicanos en México y Estados Unidos: género, generación, origen y educación," Reunión Anual de la Sociedad Mexicana de Demografía (SOMEDE), Guadalajara, Mexico, 5-9 September, Robert McCaa y Albert Esteve.
  • ppt (2009)  "Disseminating integrated census microdata to academic researchers and policy makers at no cost," Workshop on Advocacy and Resource Mobilization For Phase I (2005-2009) of the 2010 Round of Population and Housing Censuses in Asia, Phnom Penh, Cambodia, 25–28 July 2006
  • "The IPUMS-Europe project: Integrating the Region´s Census Microdata," European Population Conference, Liverpool, UK, Jun 21-24. Albert Esteve, Robert McCaa, and Anna Cabré
  • "Using integrated census microdata for evidence-based policy making: the IPUMS-International global initiative," Indian Association for Social Sciences and Health, Third all India Conference, New Delhi, Mar. 16-18, Robert McCaa, Albert Esteve, Steven Ruggles, Matt Sobek and Ragui Assaad
  •   presentation (4mb): "Disseminating census microdata: an essential component of National Strategies for the Development of Statistics."Forum on African Statistics Development (FASDEV II), February 6-10, Addis Ababa.
  •   presentation (1mb): "Archiving African census microdata and documentation."Forum on African Statistics Development (FASDEV II), February 6-10, Addis Ababa.

    2005
  • paper   presentation (4mb): "IPUMS-Europe: Confidentiality measures." UNECE/Eurostat session on Statistical Data Confidentiality (links to this and other papers), November 9-11, 2005, Geneva. co-author: Albert Esteve.
  • paper   presentation (1mb): "Challenges of harmonizing census microdata across time and space." Indian Council of Historical Research, Aligarh Historians Society and the International Commission for Historical Demography, September 19-23, 2005, New Delhi, India. co-author: Steven Ruggles.
  • presentation (2mb): "Calibrating orphanhood: the number of orphans according to recent censuses and health surveys already exceed UNAIDS estimates for 2010." Global Forum for Health Research IX, September 12-16, 2005, Mumbai, India. co-authors: Felicién Donat E.T. Accrombessy and Khassoum Diallo.
  • paper   presentation (9mb): "IPUMS-International: Making Confidentialized, Harmonized Census Microdata for 44 Countries Available Free-of-Charge to Academic and Policy Researchers World-Wide" 14th Commonwealth Statisticians Conference, September 5-9, 2005, Capetown, South Africa. co-authors: Steven Ruggles and Matt Sobek.
  • "presentation: Calibrating Paleodemography: fertility effects are so strong (and mortality so weak) that stable population analysis gives better results than quasi-stable or dynamic methods." " International Union for the Scientific Study of Population, XXV International Population Conference, Tours, France, July 18-23, 2005.
  • "El proyecto IPUMS-International: Microdatos censales para investigadores argentinos, latinoamericanos y del resto del mundo"" SEPOSAL 2005 en prensa. co-author: Albert Esteve.
  • "La integración de los microdatos censales de América Latina: el proyecto IPUMS"," Estudios Demográficos y Urbanos 20:1(58) 37-70.
  • "Los millones desaparecidos: el costo humano de la revolución mexicana," en prensa.

    2004
  • "Using IPUMS-International: A Restricted Access Web-Site offering anonymized, integrated census microdata of China, the United States, Mexico, Brazil, France, and Other Countries free of charge." 36th International Institute of Sociology World Congress, Beijing July 7-11. Powerpoint and also invited paper: National Bureau of Statistics Census 2000 Seminar, Beijing, April 28.
  • "Why Blame Smallpox: The death of the Inca Huayna Capac and the Demographic Destruction of Tawantinsuyu (Ancient Peru)," American Historical Association Annual Meeting, Jan. 8-11, Washington, DC; co-authors: Aleta Nimlos and Teodoro Hampe-Martinez.
  • "Women in the workforce: Calibrating census microdata against gold standards Mexico 1990-2000," Bureau of Labor Statistics, January 6, 2004.
    Powerpoint

    2003
  • "Family relationships in Mexican Censuses: A Proposal for the International Integration of census microdata and A Historical Overview," Reunion de la SOMEDE, Guadalajara, Mexico, Dec. 2-5
  • "El proyecto IPUMS-International: Microdatos censales para investigadores y planificadores en Chile, Latino América y el mundo," Seminario Internacional IASI, "Estadística y Desarrollo Local en un Mundo Globalizado", Valdivia, Chile, 8-10 de octubre, 2003; co-author: Albert Esteve.
  • "IPUMS-International: A Restricted Access Web-Site Providing Anonymized, Integrated Census Microdata for Social Science and Policy Research," Invited Paper Meeting 38: Microdata - managing the dilemma between access, privacy, and confidentiality, International Statistical Institute 54th Session, August 15-20, 2003, Berlin; co-authors: Steven Ruggles, Matt Sobek and Albert Esteve.
  • "Women in the workforce: Calibrating census microdata against gold standards Mexico 1990-2000," Population Association of America Annual Meeting, May, 2003; co-authors: Albert Esteve, Rodolfo Gutierrez and Gabriela Vasquez.
  • "Integrating European Census Microdata," Working Party on Demographic Statistics and Population and Housing Censuses, Eurostat, February 19-20, 2003, Luxembourg; co-author: Nikolai Botev.
    1491: Paradise, purgatory and Hell: Health and Nutrition in the Americas before and after Colombus (powerpoint 16mb)

  • "Inverse projection: Fine-tuning and expanding the method"; coauthor: Elisabetta Barbi.in Elisabetta Barbi, Salvatore Bertino and Eugenio Sonnino (eds.),Inverse Projection Techniques. Old and New Approaches.
  • "The Nahua calli of ancient Mexico: household, family, and gender," Continuity and Change
  • "Missing millions: the demographic costs of the Mexican Revolution," Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos.
  • " Revisioning smallpox in Mexico Tenochtitlán, 1520-1950: What difference did charity, quarantine, inoculation and vaccination make?," Eugenio Sonnino (ed.), "Vivere in Citta/Living in the City", Poverty, Charity and the City, Rome: 2004.
  • Blame Colombus? New skeletal evidence and the paleodemography of the Americas over the millennia (5.6 mb show)

    2002
  • IPUMS-International at the 20th Conference of the ANCSDAAP ; coauthors: Steven Ruggles, Matt Sobek. 20th Population Census Conference, Ulaanbataar, Mongolia. June 19-22. Research funded in part by National Science Foundation Grant SBR-9908380
  • Gender, ‘Earthly Names’ and the Life Course in Ancient Mexico;unpublishedpaper

    2001
  • Statistical Confidentiality and the Construction of Anonymized Public Use Census Samples: a draft proposal for the Kenyan Microdata for 1989 ; coauthor: Agnes A. Odinga. Social Science History Annual Convention, Chicago, ILL. Nov. 15-18. Research funded in part by National Science Foundation Grant SBR-9908380
  • Women in the workforce: why the 2000 round census microdata deserve a good look; coauthors: Rodolfo Gutiérrez and Gabriela Vásquez. XXIII Congreso de la Asociaciín latinoamericana de Sociología (ALAS), Antigua, Guatemala: Oct. 29-Nov 2, 2001. Research funded in part by National Science Foundation Grant SBR-9908380
  • Women in the workforce: calibrating census microdata against a gold standard Mexico, 1970, 1990 and 2000; coauthors: Rodolfo Gutiérrez and Gabriela Vásquez. International Union for the Scientific Study of Population XXIV General Conference, Salvador, Brazil, August 18-24, 2001. Research funded in part by National Science Foundation Grant SBR-9908380Show
  • Preservación de Archivos de Documentos y Microdatos Censales
  • Archiving Census Metadata and Microdata:How to Preserve Memory, Increase Stakeholders, and Enhance the Census as a Public Good;coauthor: Wendy L. Thomas. Symposium on Global Review of 2000 Roundof Population and Housing Censuses: Mid-DecadeAssessment and Future Prospects.Statistics Division,Department of Economic and Social Affairs,United Nations Secretariat,New York, August 7-10, 2001Research funded in part by National Science Foundation Grant SBR-9908380 Show
  • The Census in global perspective and the coming microdata revolution; coauthor: Steven Ruggles.published in Scandinavian Population Studies(presented at the 14th Nordic Demography Symposium, Tjøme, Norway, 3-5 May, 2001. Research funded in part by National Science Foundation Grant SBR-9908380 Appendix. Statistical Confidentiality and Census Microdata Dissemination Practices (detail)
  • The missing millions: the human cost of the Mexican revolution, PAA Annual Meeting, Washington DC, March 27, 2001.
  • Harmonizing the census microdata of Colombia, 1964-2003; coauthor: Steven Ruggles.Taller Col-IPUMS: Homologación de los microdatos censales de Colombia, Centro de Investigaciones sobre Dinámica Social (CIDS), Universidad Externado de Colombia. Marzo 23-24, 2001, Bogotá, Colombia. Research funded in part by the National Institutes of Health grant R01 HD37508-01A1

    2000
  • text Paleodemography of the Americas: From ancient times to colonialism and beyond, tables, figuresforthcoming in The Backbone of History: Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere, Richard H. Steckel and Jerome C. Rose, eds., Cambridge University Press
  • Health and Nutrition in Pre-Hispanic Mesoamerica figuresforthcoming in The Backbone of History: Health and Nutrition in the Western Hemisphere, Richard H. Steckel and Jerome C. Rose, eds., Cambridge University Press; coauthors: Lourdes Marquez Morfín, Rebecca Storey, Andrés del Angel E.
  • La mujer mexicana económicamente activa: son confiables los microdatos censales? Una prueba a través de censos y encuestas. México y los Estados Unidos, 1970-1990, (cuadros y gráficos) VI Reunión Nacional de Investigación Demográfica en México, Mexico City, Aug 1, 2000; co-authors: Rodolfo Gutiérrez and Gabriella Vásquez.
  • A reality check for IPUMSi: labor force participation of Mexican women in Mexico-census microdata versus employment survey, Census 2000 and Beyond Conference, Cathie Marsh Centre for Census and Survey Research, University of Manchester, June 22, 2000; coauthor: Steven Ruggles.

    1999
  • The missing millions: the demographic costs of the Mexican revolution, X Reunión de Historiadores Mexicanos, Estadounidenses y Canadienses,Fort Worth, Texas,November 19, 1999. (this version is now revised; the older version is available only upon request)
  • Revisioning smallpox in Mexico Tenochtitlan, 1520-1950: What difference did charity, quarantine, inoculation and vaccination make? Convegno Internazionale "Vivere in Citta", Poverty, Charity and the City,University of Rome "La Sapienza", September 28, 1999.
  • The Nahua calli of ancient Mexico: household, family, and gender, Household and Family in Past Time, Palma de Mallorca, September 10, 1999.
  • Is education destroying indigenous languages in Chiapas?

    1998-
  • Calibrating Paleodemography: The Uniformitarian Challenge Turned
  • Inoculation: A Means of Protecting People or Propagating Smallpox? Spain, New Spain and Chiapas, 1779-1800
  • Population of Mexico from Origins to Revolution
  • Child marriage among the Aztecs
  • ¿Fue el siglo XVI una catástrofe demográfica para México? Una respuesta basada en la demografía histórica no cuantitativa
    (English: Was the 16th Century a Demographic Disaster for Mexico?)
  • Descenso de la fecundidad y modos de uniones matrimoniales en México: casos de Chihuahua y Puebla
  • Families and Gender in Mexico: a Methodological Critique and Research Challenge for the End of the Millennium
  • Latin American demographic history in the age of the World Wide Web: National census samples as historical sources
  • Spanish and Nahuatl Views on Smallpox and Demographic Catastrophe in the Conquest of Mexico
  • Porqué habían tantas viudas en el México borbónico

    Powerpoint shows:

    Text OutlineTitleLanguagePowerpoint
    OutlineGender and Earthly Names among the Rural Nahua Animation
    OutlineFamilia y genero: critica metodologica y desafio de investigacion para el fin del milennioEnglishAnimation
    OutlineLa historia demografica en la era del World Wide Web: Muestreos censales como fuentes para la historiaEnglishAnimation
    Outline¿El bilingüismo: el destino de Chiapas?EnglishAnimation
     Spanish and Nahuatl Views on Smallpox and Demographic Catastrophe in the Conquest of MexicoEnglish 
    OutlineChild marriage among the AztecsEnglishAnimation
    OutlineCalibrating Paleodemography: The Uniformitarian Challenge Turned Animation
    OutlineDemographic Transitions: fertility, mortality, and epidemiology  Animation
    OutlineDemographic Transition in Latin America Animation

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