Thursday, November 11 / 2:00 PM - 3:45 PM

Session 59
The Consequences of Epidemics

1. Household Income and Spending in the United States During the 1918 Influenza PandemicJohan Fourie, Stellenbosch University; Johannes Norling, Mount Holyoke College.

2. Inequalities in Excess Mortality during the 1918-9 Influenza Pandemic in the NetherlandsRick J. Mourits, International Institute of Social History / Radboud University; Auke Rijpma, Utrecht University; Schalk Ruben, Utrecht University; Ingrid van Dijk, Lund University; Richard L. Zijdeman, International Institute of Social History.

3. Pandemic Influenza and the Gender Imbalance: Evidence from Early Twentieth Century JapanKota Ogasawara, Tokyo Institute of Technology; Minami Yumitori, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

4. Death around the Kitchen Table: Inequality, Urban Habitat and Disease Avoidance during a Typhoid Epidemic in a Finnish City, 1916Jarmo Peltola, Dr, Senior researcher, Tampere University, Faculty of Social Sciences, History; Sakari Saaritsa, University of Helsinki; Henri Mikkola, University of Helsinki.

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