Historical Life Course Studies

Historical Life Course Studies is the electronic journal of the European Historical Population Samples Network (EHPS-Net). The journal is the primary publishing outlet for research involved in the conversion of existing European and non-European large historical demographic databases into a common format, the Intermediate Data Structure, and for studies based on these databases. The journal publishes both methodological and substantive research articles.


Title / Authorssort descending Volume Page range Published Download
A Tale of Two Transcriptions. Machine-Assisted Transcription of Historical Sources
Gunnar Thorvaldsen, Joana Maria Pujadas-Mora, Trygve Andersen, Line Eikvil, Josep Lladós, Alicia Fornés, Anna Cabré
Volume 2 1 - 19 Thu, 2015-01-29 pdf
A Unique Source for Innovative Longitudinal Research: The POPLINK Database
Annika Westberg, Elisabeth Engberg, Sören Edvinsson
Volume 3 20 - 31 Tue, 2016-03-15 pdf
Changes in the Order of Family Life Events in 20th-Century Europe: A Cross-Regional Perspective
Reto Burgin, Reto Schumacher, Gilbert Ritschard
Volume 4 41 - 58 Tue, 2017-03-21 pdf
Creating a typology of parishes in England and Wales: Mining 1881 census data
Kevin Schürer, Tatiana Penkova
Volume 2 38 - 57 Tue, 2015-09-29 pdf
Dimensions of Rational Decision-Making during the Demographic Transition; Aranjuez (Spain) Revisited
David Reher, Glenn Sandström
Volume 2 20 - 36 Mon, 2015-03-02 pdf
Paul Puschmann, Luciana Quaranta
Volume 5 1 - 2 Thu, 2018-01-11 pdf
Koen Matthijs, Paul Puschmann
Volume 2 37 - 37 Mon, 2015-05-11 pdf
Environmental Influences on Young Adult Male Height. A Comparison of Town and Countryside in the Netherlands, 1815-1900
Jan Kok, Erik Beekink, David Bijsterbosch
Online first Thu, 2017-09-28 pdf
Extending the Intermediate Data Structure (IDS) for longitudinal historical databases to include geographic data
Finn Hedefalk, Lars Harrie, Patrick Svensson
Volume 1 27 - 46 Fri, 2014-09-05 pdf
IDS Transposer: A Users Guide
Emily Klancher Merchant, George Alter
Volume 4 59 - 96 Tue, 2017-05-09 pdf