FOUNDERS AND SURVIVORS: AUSTRALIAN LIFECOURSES IN HISTORICAL CONTEXT
Grant number: DP0771033
This project will create one of the world's outstanding longitudinal studies of human health and resilience. It will contribute to the historical understanding of European migration, settler colonialism, forced labour and human health under stress, long-run family formation and falling fertility, household economy, and the social determinants of health. It will contribute to debate both nationally and internationally on the long-run effects of social and biomedical interventions and of investment in human capital. It will tell the grassroots history of the Australian penal and colonial experiments and it will form a scholarly coalition with the great community of family historians.
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Building a life course dataset from australian convict records: Founders & survivors: Australian life courses in historical context, 1803–1920
J Mc Calman, S Silcot, R Kippen
Founders & Survivors is a multi-university and public collaborative project that is building a transnational and intergenerational..