Thursday, November 11 /
4:00 PM - 5:45 PM
Health and Hazards I : Pandemic Geographies
A Comparison of the Structures of Epidemics in Early-20th-Century New Orleans: Smallpox, Yellow Fever, and Influenza •
Wright Kennedy, Columbia University.
What Historical Micro-Spatial Data Can Teach Us about Schools as Vectors for Epidemiological Events like Covid-19 •
Don Lafreniere, Michigan Technological University; Tim Stone, Michigan Technological University; Rose Hildebrandt, University of Western Ontario.
Geographic Inequality of COVID-19 in the United States •
Johannes Norling, Mount Holyoke College.
Child Vulnerabilities in Times of Pandemic, Madrid during the Spanish Influenza •
Diego Ramiro Fariñas, IEGD-CCHS Spanish National Research Council (CSIC); Stanislao Mazzoni, Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC); Michel Oris, University of Geneva; Dariya Ordanovich, Spanish National Research Council.
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