The History of the Family: An International Quarterly articles

Volume 22 (2-3)

Too many is not enough: studying how children are affected by their number of siblings and resource dilution in families
vol. 22 (2-3): 157-174
Too many is not enough: studying how children are affected by their number of siblings and resource dilution in families
vol. 22 (2-3): 157-174
Stature and sibship: historical evidence
vol. 22 (2-3): 175-195
Stature and sibship: historical evidence
vol. 22 (2-3): 175-195
Temporary and lasting effects of childhood deprivation on male stature. Late adolescent stature and catch-up growth in Woerden (The Netherlands) in the first half of the nineteenth century
vol. 22 (2-3): 196-213
Temporary and lasting effects of childhood deprivation on male stature. Late adolescent stature and catch-up growth in Woerden (The Netherlands) in the first half of the nineteenth century
vol. 22 (2-3): 196-213
Can resource dilution explain differences in height by birth order and family size? A study of 389,287 male recruits in twentieth-century Netherlands
vol. 22 (2-3): 214-235
Can resource dilution explain differences in height by birth order and family size? A study of 389,287 male recruits in twentieth-century Netherlands
vol. 22 (2-3): 214-235
Birth order and height development in early childhood: empirical evidence for twenty-first-century Flanders
vol. 22 (2-3): 236-257
Birth order and height development in early childhood: empirical evidence for twenty-first-century Flanders
vol. 22 (2-3): 236-257
Family structure and childhood anthropometry in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1918
vol. 22 (2-3): 258-290
Family structure and childhood anthropometry in Saint Paul, Minnesota in 1918
vol. 22 (2-3): 258-290
The relationship between family characteristics and height in Sardinia at the turn of the twentieth century
vol. 22 (2-3): 291-309
The relationship between family characteristics and height in Sardinia at the turn of the twentieth century
vol. 22 (2-3): 291-309
Anthropometric traits at military medical examinations associated with demographic family characteristics in Sardinia at the turn of twentieth century
vol. 22 (2-3): 310-332
Anthropometric traits at military medical examinations associated with demographic family characteristics in Sardinia at the turn of twentieth century
vol. 22 (2-3): 310-332
Sibship size and the biological standard of living in industrial Catalonia, c.1860–c.1920: a case study
vol. 22 (2-3): 333-363
Sibship size and the biological standard of living in industrial Catalonia, c.1860–c.1920: a case study
vol. 22 (2-3): 333-363
The consequences of sibling formation on survival and reproductive success across different ecological contexts: a comparison of the historical Krummhörn and Quebec populations
vol. 22 (2-3): 364-423
The consequences of sibling formation on survival and reproductive success across different ecological contexts: a comparison of the historical Krummhörn and Quebec populations
vol. 22 (2-3): 364-423

Volume 21 (4)

Erratum
vol. 21 (4): 0-0
Editorial Board
vol. 21 (4): 0-0
Marital fertility during the Korean demographic transition: child survival and birth spacing
vol. 21 (4): 483-501
A stem-family society without the stem-family ideology? The case of eighteenth-century Poland
vol. 21 (4): 502-530
Female crime and household control in early modern Frankfurt am Main
vol. 21 (4): 531-550
Low fertility and concurrent birth control policy in China
vol. 21 (4): 551-577
The prevalence of single-parent families and stepfamilies in Europe: can the Hajnal line help us to describe regional patterns?
vol. 21 (4): 578-595

Volume 21 (3)

Reconsidering the migrant letter: from the experience of migrants to the language of migrants
vol. 21 (3): 281-290
Moving backward and moving on: nostalgia, significant others, and social reintegration in nineteenth-century British immigrant personal correspondence
vol. 21 (3): 291-314
‘I never could forget my darling mother’: the language of recollection in a corpus of female Irish emigrant correspondence
vol. 21 (3): 315-336
Adjusting and fulfilling masculine roles: the epistolary persona in Dutch transatlantic letters
vol. 21 (3): 337-349
‘If it is not too expensive, then you can send me sugar’: money matters among migrants and their families
vol. 21 (3): 350-367
For the good of the family: migratory strategies and affective language in Portuguese migrant letters, 1870s–1920s
vol. 21 (3): 368-397
Settler colonialism and migrant letters: the Forbes family and letter-writing in South Africa 1850–1922
vol. 21 (3): 398-428
Shared letters: writing and reading practices in the correspondence of migrant families in northern Spain
vol. 21 (3): 429-456
The transnational life and letters of the Venegas family, 1920s to 1950s
vol. 21 (3): 457-482

Volume 21 (2)

The patriarchy index: a comparative study of power relations across historical Europe
vol. 21 (2): 133-174
Women’s age at last childbearing and its determinants: a case study of Antwerp (Flanders, Belgium) on the basis of the multi-source COR* historical sample
vol. 21 (2): 175-194
‘Good, fresh air and an expert medical service’: old age pensioners in Leiden’s St. Hiëronymusdal retirement home, sixteenth century
vol. 21 (2): 195-213
Aging in rural areas of Spain: the influence of demography on care strategies
vol. 21 (2): 214-230