This page is still under construction, but in the future we will list all upcoming training opportunities, such as summer schools, workshops and masterclasses. Moreover, our aim to also make training materials available online with some documentation.
If you have any training materials for students about how to learn historical demographic research which you are willing to share, please let us know.
- Day for Young Historical Demographers – Workshop ‘Programming in R in Historical Demographic Research’ by Mgr. Petr Tureček (Charles University, Prague)
- Project Title: Longitudinal Analysis of Historical Demographic Data (ICPSR Ann Arbor, US)
Summary: This website contains teaching materials developed over a period of years for a four-week workshop, Longitudinal Analysis of Historical Demographic Data (LAHDD), offered through the ICPSR Summer Program in 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013. Check data, exercises, syllabi and readings here.
Gutmann, Myron P., and Alter, George C. Longitudinal Analysis of Historical Demographic Data. Ann Arbor, MI: Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research [distributor], 2015-08-27. https://doi.org/10.3886/E100045V3
- Project China Multi-Generational Panel Datasets Series (Training Guide)
Summary: This website contains teaching materials developed for working with the China Multi-Generational Panel Datasets Series and includes a Training Guide how to work with these data in STATA. It therefore offers a nice introduction in how to work with historical demographic data. Check the data and training guide here or check more materials on the blog of Cameron Campbell.