E. Garrett, A. Reid, K. Schürer and S. Szreter, Changing family size in England and Wales. Place, class and demography, 1891–1911 (Cambridge, 2001).

D. R. Mills and K. Schürer, eds, Local Communities in the Victorian Census Enumerators’ Books (Oxford, 1996).

K. Schürer and H. Diederiks, eds, The Use of Occupations in Historical Analysis (St Katharinen, 1993).

K. Schürer and T. Arkell, eds, Surveying the People: the interpretation and use of document sources for the study of population in the later seventeenth century England (Oxford, 1992).

K. Schürer and S. Anderson, A Guide to Historical Datafiles held in Machine-readable Form (London, 1992).



S. Szreter and K.Schürer, 'Revealing the hidden affliction: how much infertility was due to venereal disease in England and Wales on the eve of the Great War?' Chapter 12 of S.R.S Szreter (ed.), The Hidden Affliction. Sexually transmitted infections and infertility in history, (Rochester University Press, 2019), pp.373-419
K. Schürer, E. Garrett, H. Jaadla and A. Reid, ‘Household and family structure in England and Wales, 1851-1911: continuities and change’, Continuity & Change, 33(3),(2018), pp. 365-411.
K. Schürer and J. Day, 'Migration to London and the development of the north-south divide, 1851-1911', Social History, 44(1), (2019), pp. 26-56.
A.M. Reid, E.M. Garrett, H. Jaadla and K. Schürer, ‘Adapting the “own children method” to allow comparison between populations with different marriage regimes’, Population Studies (online version published 2019). DOI
K. Schürer, T. Penkova and Y. Shi, ‘Standardising and coding birthplace strings and occupational titles in the British censuses of 1851 to 1911’, Historical Methods, 48(4) (2015), 195-213. Doi: 10.1080/01615440.2015.1010028

K. Schürer, T. Penkova. ‘Creating a typology of parishes in England and Wales: mining 1881 census data’, Historical Life Course Studies, 2 (2015) 38-57. Doi:

T. E. King et al, ‘Richard III: genetic evidence in context and the resolution of a mystery’, Nature Communications 5, 5631, (2014). Doi: 10.1038/ncomms6631

K. Schürer and E. Higgs, Integrated Census Microdata (I-CeM); 1851-1911 [computer file]. Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], April 2014. SN: 7481,

E. Higgs, C. Jones, K. Schürer and A. Wilkinson, The Integrated Census Microdata (I-CeM) Guide, (2013), pp. 280.

K. Schürer, ‘Creating a Nationally Representative Individual and Household Sample for Great Britain, 1851 to 1901 – The Victorian Panel Study (VPS)’, Historical Social Research, 32 (2007), 211-331.

T. E. King, S. J. Ballereau, K. Schürer and M. A. Jobling, ‘Genetic signatures of coancestry within surnames’, Current Biology, 16 (2006), 384-88.

K. Schürer, ‘Surnames and the search for regions’, Local Population Studies, 72 (2004), 50-76.

M. Gutmann, K. Schürer, D. Donakowski and H. Beedham, ‘The selection, appraisal and retention of digital social science data’, Data Science Journal, 3 (2004).

K. Schürer, ‘Household and family in past time – further explored’, Continuity and Change, 18 (2003), 9-21.

K. Schürer, Guest editor of special edition in memory of Peter Laslett, Continuity and Change, 18 (2003).

K. Schürer, ‘Leaving home in England and Wales 1850-1920’, in F. van Poppel, M. Oris and J. Lee, eds, The road to independence. Leaving home in Eastern and Western societies, 16th-20th centuries (Bern-Bruxelles, 2003), 33-84.

K. Schürer and L. Dillon, ‘What’s in a name? Victorians in late nineteenth-century Great Britain and Canada’, Local Population Studies, 70 (2003), 57-62.

K. Schürer, ‘Regional identity and populations in the past’, in D. Postles, ed., Naming, society and regional identity (Oxford, 2002), 200-227.

K. Schürer, Better access to electronic information for the citizen. The relationship between public administration and archives services concerning electronic documents and records management. INSAR Supplement V, European Commission, Secretariat-General/Directorate-General for the Information Society (Luxembourg, 2001).

K. Schürer and M. Woollard, National Sample of the 1881 Census of Great Britain. [computer file]. University of Essex, Genealogical Society of Utah [original data producers]. (Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], 2001). SN:4375.

K. Schürer and M. Woollard, 1881 Census for England and Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man (Enriched Version) [computer file]. Genealogical Society of Utah, Federation of Family History Societies [original data producers]. (Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], 2000). SN:4177.

K. Schürer and M. Woollard. 1881 Census for Scotland (Enriched Version) [computer file]. Genealogical Society of Utah, Federation of Family History Societies [original data producers]. (Colchester, Essex: UK Data Archive [distributor], 2000). SN:4178.

K. Schürer, ‘DLM Survey on the relationship between public administration and archive services concerning electronic records management in the EU Member States’, in Proceedings of the DLM-Forum on electronic records. European citizens and electronic information: the memory of the Information Society (Brussels, 2000), 219-235.

K. Schürer, ‘Family, work and households: the experience of Bethnal Green, 1891 to 1921’, in M. Woollard, ed., New windows on London’s past: information technology and the transformation of Metropolitan history (Glasgow, 2000), 75–132.

K. Schürer, ‘The Future for Local History: Boom or Recession?’, in R. C. Richardson, ed., The Changing Face of English Local History (Aldershot, 2000), 179-193.

K. Schürer and M. Woollard, The National Sample of the 1881 Census of Great Britain. A User Guide and Workbook (Colchester, 2000).

K. Schürer, Work and leaving home: the experience of England and Wales, 1850–1920. ESRC Future of Work Working Paper 12 (Swindon, 2000).

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