Europe / Central Asia
Marriage and Family
International Population Dynamics
Techniques of Demographic Analysis
Demography of Fertility
Sociology of Religion
Population and Society
Introduction to Sociology
Education and Professional Experience
Charles B. Nam Professor in Sociology of Population, Florida State
Director, Center for Demography & Population Health, Florida State University (2003-2007)
Dean, International Max Planck Research School for Demography (2000-2002)
Professor of Sociology, University of South Carolina (1994-2000)
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of South Carolina (1986-1994)
Fulbright-Hayes Senior Research Fellow, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (1987-1988)
National Fellow, Hoover Institution for War, Revolution and Peace (1986-1987)
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of South Carolina (1979-1986)
Assistant Professor of Sociology & Anthropology, Bowdoin College (1976-1979)
Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley, 1978 (Sociology)
A.M., University of California at Berkeley, 1973 (Sociology)
A.B., Lewis & Clark College, 1972 (International Affairs)
Selected Papers and Publications
Carlson E, Hoffmann R. 2011. The state socialist mortality syndrome. Population Research and Policy Review 30(3): 355-379.
Gore, D.L., Carlson, E. 2010. Ethnicity, education, and the non-proportional hazard of first marriage in Turkey. Population Studies 64(2): 179-191.
Carlson E. 2009. Twentieth-century U.S. generations. Population Bulletin 64(1). Washington D.C.: Population Reference Bureau.
Carlson E, Andress J. 2009. Military service by 20th century generations of American men. Armed Forces & Society 35(2): 385-400.
Andreev E, Hoffmann R, Carlson E, Shkolnikov V, Kharkova T. 2009. Concentration of working-age male mortality among manual workers in urban Latvia and Russia, 1970-1989. European Societies 11(1): 161-185.
Carlson E. 2008. Training of demographers in global perspective. chapter 13 (pp. 403-413) in Patrick Festy & Jean-Paul Sardon (eds). Hommage Ã¡ GÃ©rard Calot. Paris: Institut National D’Ã‰tudes DÃ©mographiques.
2008 The Lucky Few: Between the Greatest Generation and the Baby Boom.
Dordrecht: Springer Publishers
Population Dynamics and International Relations in the Black Sea Region
International Research and Exchange Board (2002-2003)
Demographic Impact of Family Planning
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development R01-HD36675 (1999-2001)
Gestational Selection, Birth Weight, and Infant Survival
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development R01-HD31146 (1995-1997)