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Examinarium-tentit korvataan esseillä.

Tiedekunnan examinarium-tentit järjestetään esseinä. Ilmoittaudu muista ohjeista poiketen sähköpostitse jaana.laine@helsinki.fi. Weboodista tai Examinariumista tieto ilmoittautumisesta ei aina välity tentaattorille.

9.1.2020 at 09:00 - 30.5.2020 at 23:59


Enrol for the exam in WebOodi. Then book your exam time and place in Examinarium.

Conduct of the course

Examinarium-tentit korvataan esseillä. Ilmoittaudu Examinarium-tenttiin normaalisti, tentaattori ilmoittaa sinulle esseen aiheen.


Available to master’s degree students of the Study Track in Economic and Social History and, within the boundaries set by the teaching programme, to other students of the Master’s Programme in Society and Change.

After completing the course, students will be proficient in the most central connections between population history and economic development, and familiar with their key historical stages. In addition, they will understand the central theories and concepts of the field, as well as be proficient in its fundamental methods.

Period 4

The course examines links between population development and economic growth, studies the causes and consequences of population movements, familiarises students with the basic tenets of population history and the central theories and concepts used in population studies, as well as trains them in the fundamental research methods of population history.

The Faculty's Examinarium exams are replaced from 16 March with alternative arrangements until 31 August 2020 unless otherwise stated. Register for Examinarium in WebOodi and contact the teacher / check the course page for further instructions. (NOTE: do not register in Examinarium or reserve the room for the exam.)

· Kertzer, David I. & Barbagli, Marzio: Family Life in the Twentieth Century. The History of the European Family, Vol. 3.

· Dyson, Tim: Population and Development: The Demographic Transition (2010)

· Kathrin Levitan: A Cultural History of the British Census: Envisioning the Multitude in the Nineteenth Century

· Spellman, W.M.: The Global Community. Migration and the Making of the Modern World (2002)

On a scale of 0 to 5. All completed studies will be taken into consideration, while self-assessment is promoted.

a) Course implemented as contact and/or online teaching, including literature and assignments

b) Supervised independent written assignments

Completion methods will be annually specified in the teaching programme.