Friday, November 12 / 5:45 PM - 7:30 PM

Session 148
Making States and Statistics

Chair: Juan Wang, McGill University
Discussant: Juan Wang, McGill University

1. Comparing Colonial Censuses: British, United States, and Italian Censuses in India, Puerto Rico, and East Africa.Rebecca Emigh, UCLA; Patricia Ahmed, South Dakota State University; Dylan Riley, University of California at Berkeley.

2. The 'Moral Science' of Statistics and the Politics of Population in the Late Ottoman Empire and Early Republican TurkeyDeren Ertas, Harvard University.

3. Casualty Recording and Agency after LifeJeanette Richard-Ruiz, Virginia Tech.

4. Social Scientization and the Rise of the Rationalist Schooling State in UK Parliamentary Discourse during the Long Nineteenth CenturyDaniel Scott Smith, Stanford University.

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