The History of the Family: An International Quarterly articles

Volume 18 (4)

Editorial Board
vol. 18 (4): 0-0
Migration in historical East Asia: new sources and new methods
vol. 18 (4): 371-377
Tracking individuals and households: longitudinal features of Danseong household register data
vol. 18 (4): 378-397
Age patterns of migration among Korean adults in early 20th-century Seoul
vol. 18 (4): 398-421
Rural migration in Korea: a transition to the modern era
vol. 18 (4): 422-433
Social class and migration in two northeastern Japanese villages, 1716–1870
vol. 18 (4): 434-455
Domestic servants and diffusion of fertility control in Flanders, 1830–1930
vol. 18 (4): 456-480
Trends and risk factors of maternal mortality in late-nineteenth-century Netherlands
vol. 18 (4): 481-509
To depend on one's children or to depend on oneself: savings for old-age and children's impact on wealth
vol. 18 (4): 510-532

Volume 18 (3)

‘A king in his own household’: domestic discipline and family violence in early modern Europe reconsidered
vol. 18 (3): 227-237
Violence or justice? Gender-specific structures and strategies in early modern Europe
vol. 18 (3): 238-260
Judicial archives and the history of the Romanian family: domestic conflict and the Orthodox Church in the eighteenth century
vol. 18 (3): 261-277
Vigilante violence vs. freedom of choice in marriage: the Foray/Zajazd in the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth of the 18th century
vol. 18 (3): 278-288
Marital cruelty: reconsidering lay attitudes in England, c. 1580 to 1850
vol. 18 (3): 289-305
‘Till Death Us Do Part’: spousal homicide in early modern Russia
vol. 18 (3): 306-330
Violence between parents and children: courts of law in early modern Finland
vol. 18 (3): 331-348
Female serial killers in the early modern age? Recurrent infanticide in Finland 1750–1896
vol. 18 (3): 349-370

Volume 18 (1)

Editorial
vol. 18 (1): 1-2
Absolute divorce in Argentina, 1954–1956. Debates and practices regarding a short-lived law
vol. 18 (1): 3-25
Divided families among Latin American immigrants in Spain: just how level is the playing field?
vol. 18 (1): 26-43
Abandoned and illegitimate, a double mortality penalty? Mortality of illegitimate infants in the foundling hospital of Madrid, La Inclusa (1890–1935)
vol. 18 (1): 44-67
Public affairs, privacy, and family stress: a case study in rural northern Sweden in the mid-nineteenth century
vol. 18 (1): 68-82
Parenthood, child-rearing and fertility in England, 1850–1914
vol. 18 (1): 83-106

Volume 17 (4)

Introduction
vol. 17 (4): 383-386
‘The time of most distress’: Plymouth plantation's demographic crisis
vol. 17 (4): 387-396
A minister's bereavement and remarriage: Ebenezer Parkman of Westborough, Massachusetts
vol. 17 (4): 397-406
Neolocality and household structure in Early America
vol. 17 (4): 407-433
Gender contracts in Estonian coastal farming families, 1870–1939
vol. 17 (4): 434-451
Godparenthood: driving local solidarity in Northern France in the Early Modern Era. The example of Aubervilliers families in the sixteenth–eighteenth centuries
vol. 17 (4): 452-467

Volume 17 (3)

Introduction
vol. 17 (3): 279-283
On the Roman father's right to kill his adulterous daughter
vol. 17 (3): 284-308
Fatherhood and the non-propertied classes in Renaissance and early modern Italian towns
vol. 17 (3): 309-325
Paternal power: the pleasures and perils of ‘indulgent’ fathering in Britain in the long eighteenth century
vol. 17 (3): 326-342
Paternal authority and patrilineal power: stem family arrangements in peasant communities and eighteenth-century Tyrolean marriage contracts
vol. 17 (3): 343-367
Paternal power after death: Rome in the nineteenth century
vol. 17 (3): 368-382

Volume 17 (2)

Demographic socialization and reproductive behavior in a transitional context: a macro–micro perspective
vol. 17 (2): 1-15
Marriage systems and remarriage in 19th century Hungary: a comparative study
vol. 17 (2): 105-124
Female farming: persistence and economic performance of Swedish widows from 1730–1860
vol. 17 (2): 125-141
Fertility and family structure in the Lutheran population of the parish of Trzebosz in the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century
vol. 17 (2): 142-156
True or false? Nineteenth-century Sápmi fertility in qualitative vs. demographic sources
vol. 17 (2): 157-177