The History of the Family: An International Quarterly articles

Volume 17 (2)

That's a different story: comparing letters and oral accounts of Dutch immigrants in New Zealand
vol. 17 (2): 178-198
To thrive, one must wive? Subsistence strategies of single women in eighteenth- and early nineteenth-century rural Flanders
vol. 17 (2): 199-219
‘Women in Church, Men at the Public House’: religious experience in Romanian society, 1700–1830
vol. 17 (2): 220-235
Marriage patterns among Lutherans from the parish of Trzebosz in the second half of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century
vol. 17 (2): 236-255
When development means political maturation: adolescents as miniature communists in post-war and pre-reform Vietnam, 1975–1986
vol. 17 (2): 256-278

Volume 17 (1)

Editorial
vol. 17 (1): 1-0
Bride price in China: the obstacle to ‘Bare Branches’ seeking marriage
vol. 17 (1): 2-15
Cohabitation in imperial Russia: the case of Lithuania
vol. 17 (1): 16-30
Was there a family gap in late nineteenth century manufacturing? Evidence from Sweden
vol. 17 (1): 31-50
Climbing up the social ladder: godparental patterns among new entrants into the business elite in Finland in the nineteenth century
vol. 17 (1): 51-76
From Ahogado to Zorrillo: external causes of mortality in the California missions
vol. 17 (1): 77-104

Volume 16 (4)

Introduction
vol. 16 (4): 309-311
Mating (marriage) patterns and economic development
vol. 16 (4): 312-330
The Malthusian intermezzo: Women's wages and human capital formation between the late Middle Ages and the demographic transition of the 19th century
vol. 16 (4): 331-342
Grave concerns Entailment and intergenerational agency in Amsterdam (1600–1800)
vol. 16 (4): 343-353
Reconsidering the southern Europe model: Dowry, women's work and marriage patterns in pre-industrial urban Italy (Turin, second half of the 18th century)
vol. 16 (4): 354-370
Economic development and parental status homogamy: A study of 19th century France
vol. 16 (4): 371-386
How unique is the Western European marriage pattern? A comparison of nuptiality in historical Europe and the contemporary Arab world
vol. 16 (4): 387-400
Norms, economic conditions and household formation: A case study of the Arab world
vol. 16 (4): 401-415
Marriage and power: Age at first marriage and spousal age gap in lesser developed countries
vol. 16 (4): 416-436
Changing household patterns of young couples in low- and middle-income countries
vol. 16 (4): 437-455
Household formation, institutions, and economic development: Evidence from imperial Russia
vol. 16 (4): 456-465
The stem family and labour markets: Reflections on households and firms in Japan's economic development
vol. 16 (4): 466-480
Digital thombos: A new source for 18th century Sri Lankan family history. Research note
vol. 16 (4): 481-489

Volume 16 (3)

Contents page
vol. 16 (3): 0-0
Richard Wall, 1944–2011
vol. 16 (3): 183-189
The sent-down youth of China: The role of family origin in the risk of departure to and return from the countryside
vol. 16 (3): 190-203
Women in campaigns 1550–1850 household and homosociality in the Swedish army
vol. 16 (3): 204-216
Independence and inter-dependence: Household formation patterns in eighteenth century Kythera, Greece
vol. 16 (3): 217-234
Changes in fertility and mortality around the abolition of slavery in Suriname
vol. 16 (3): 235-249
Why weren't (many) European women ‘missing’?
vol. 16 (3): 250-266
Religion and fertility at the extremes: The Netherlands and Taiwan, 1950–1985
vol. 16 (3): 267-277
Household-level predictors of the presence of servants in Northern Orkney, Scotland, 1851–1901
vol. 16 (3): 278-291
Socio-economic determinants of divorce in early twentieth-century Sweden
vol. 16 (3): 292-307