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Emily Ann Marshall

Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.

Ph.D., Princeton University

Dr. Marshall’s research examines how cultural and social contexts shape understandings of family and fertility. She is particularly interested in the use of innovative methods to study culture and fertility. In her dissertation, she used multiple methods to examine how strikingly similar national fertility trends were interpreted very differently in Great Britain and France from the end of World War II to the end of the twentieth century.

Recent Publications

Journal Articles

Marshall, Emily Ann. Forthcoming. "Population projections and demographic knowledge in France and Great Britain in the postwar twentieth century." Population and Development Review.

Marshall, Emily Ann. 2015. "When do states respond to low fertility? Contexts of state concern in wealthier countries, 1976-2011." Social Forces, 93(4): 1541-1566. DOI. Abstract.

Marshall, Emily Ann. 2013. "Defining population problems: Using topic models for cross-national comparison of disciplinary development." Poetics, 41(6): 701-724. DOI. Abstract.