Publications

 

Our results will appear in various publication and dissemination formats, including the Lubartworld website and on other media, scientific journals and books in particular. The different publications will be referenced here.

Publication of the book by Anna Hanotte-Zawislak

Publication of the book by Anna Hanotte-Zawislak

Anna Hanotte-Zawislak publishes the work resulting from her PhD under the title L’arriviste dans le roman français, polonais et anglais du XIXe siècle, 1830-1914. « Une espèce de Julien Sorel, mâtiné de Rastignac »

The ITS archives

The ITS archives

Thomas Chopard guides us through the labyrinth of the International Tracing Service (ITS) archives

Tous au charbon ?

Tous au charbon ?

Anton Perdoncin publishes an article on the relationship between professional careers, economic recession and immigration, as part of an issue on “Professional Mobilities” in the latest edition of the journal Genèses.

A Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex Function for R

A Daitch-Mokotoff Soundex Function for R

Aidelman, Ajdelman, Edelman, Ejdelman, Morgenstern, Morgensztern, Morgiensztern… you dreamed of a soundex function in R to compare and match these East European names? A. Perdoncin & P. Mercklé did it!

Personne ne bouge

Personne ne bouge

Conducted by members of the project, a survey and a book on our health news, with the fine methods of quantitative analysis

Book release Histoire partagée, mémoires divisées

Book release Histoire partagée, mémoires divisées

With some thirty insights, including that of Thomas Chopard, this book by specialists in Central and Eastern Europe shows how, from history to memory, antagonistic “national novels” are written.

The 1932 Register of Lubartów Population

The 1932 Register of Lubartów Population

A new article by Franciszek Zakrzewski is now available on the Lubartworld website. It presents one of the main sources of the Lubartworld Project : the 1932 Register of Lubartów Population.

Is it possible to model persecution?

Quantitative History: Revue des Annales special issue

Quantitative history is at a crossroad. This special issue coordinated by K. Karila-Cohen, C. Lemercier, I. Rosé and C. Zalc, gathers innovative examples of current historical quantitative research.