Quantitative History and Social Science History


Margo Anderson, Presidential Address, “The Census, Audiences and Publics”, Social Science History 32:1 (Spring 2008), 1-18.  To view and listen to the materials discussed in this article, please visit the companion website.

Margo Anderson, “Using National Census Data to Study Change,” Handbook of Longitudinal Research: Design, Measurement, and Analysis, edited by Scott Menard (Academic Press, 2008), 13-31.

Margo Anderson, “Quantitative History,” The Sage Handbook of Social Science Methodology, edited by William Outhwaite and Stephen Turner (London: Sage Publications, 2007), 246-63.

Margo Anderson, "Exploring the History of Populations in the Past:  Guadalajara, Mexico, 1821," The Guadalajara Census Project (1791 – 1930), CD-ROM, Tutorial, Volume 1.  See also the project website, The Guadalajara Census Project, and Rodney D. Anderson and Tamara Spike, "Archival Report, Making History Count: The Guadalajara Census Project (1791 – 1930)," Hispanic American Historical Review 87:2 (2006), 327-51.