The History of the Family: An International Quarterly articles

Volume 19 (4)

Beyond the census. Reconstructing Dutch women's labour market participation in agriculture in the Netherlands, ca. 1830–1910
vol. 19 (4): 447-468
Lost in registration? Missing occupations of single women in the Bruges countryside, c.1814
vol. 19 (4): 469-488
How well did the nineteenth century census record women's ‘regular’ employment in England and Wales? A case study of Hertfordshire in 1851
vol. 19 (4): 489-512
Women in a changing economy: the misleading tale of participation rates in a historical perspective
vol. 19 (4): 513-536
Working women in France, nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Where, when, and which women were in work at marriage?
vol. 19 (4): 537-563
Scanning for patterns of relationship: analyzing kinship and marriage networks with Puck 2.0
vol. 19 (4): 564-596
Corrigendum
vol. 19 (4): 597-599

Volume 19 (3)

Erratum: Erratum
vol. 19 (3): 0-0
Household economies, social norms and practices of unpaid market work in Europe from the sixteenth century to the present
vol. 19 (3): 273-282
Enterprising widows and active wives: women's unpaid work in the household economy of early modern England
vol. 19 (3): 283-300
The profits of unpaid work. ‘Assisting labour’ of women in the early modern urban Dutch economy
vol. 19 (3): 301-322
Only unpaid labour force? Women's and girls' work and property in family business in early modern Italy
vol. 19 (3): 323-340
Female and male domestic partners in wine-grape farms (Cognac, France): conjugal asymmetry and gender discrimination in family businesses
vol. 19 (3): 341-357
Women and family businesses. When women are left only minor roles
vol. 19 (3): 358-379
Son of two fathers? Trajan and the adoption of emperorship in the Roman Empire
vol. 19 (3): 380-392
Labor division in an upland economy: workforce in a seventeenth-century transhumance system
vol. 19 (3): 393-410

Volume 19 (2)

South-Eastern Europe: challenges and prospects for family history
vol. 19 (2): 141-144
The history of family and community life through the study of civil registers: Paros in the 20th century
vol. 19 (2): 145-164
The dynamic of family structures in seventeenth-century Moldavia. Adoption and godparenthood
vol. 19 (2): 165-181
A dimension of private life in Wallachia: violence between parents and children (1830–1860)
vol. 19 (2): 182-201
Teachers as collectors of national heritage of customs in Serbia from 1880 to World War I
vol. 19 (2): 202-217
Ideological dimensions of the “Balkan Family Pattern” in the first half of the 20th century
vol. 19 (2): 218-234
Strong and weak family ties revisited: reconsidering European family structures from a network perspective
vol. 19 (2): 235-259
Letters of love and loss in a time of revolution
vol. 19 (2): 260-271

Volume 19 (1)

Erratum: Corrigendum
vol. 19 (1): iii-The History of the Family, Volume 19, Issue 1, Page iii, March 2014.
Household and family during urbanization and industrialization: efforts to shed new light on an old debate
vol. 19 (1): 1-12
German towns at the eve of industrialization: household formation and the part of the elderly
vol. 19 (1): 13-28
Access to marriage and reproduction among migrants in Antwerp and Stockholm. A longitudinal approach to processes of social inclusion and exclusion, 1846–1926
vol. 19 (1): 29-52
‘The true social molecule’. Industrialization, paternalism and the family. Half a century in Le Creusot (1836–86)
vol. 19 (1): 53-76
A two-tiered demographic system: ‘insiders’ and ‘outsiders’ in three Swabian communities, 1558–1914
vol. 19 (1): 77-119
The mid-twentieth century baby boom in Sweden – changes in the educational gradient of fertility for women born 1915–1950
vol. 19 (1): 120-140

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