The Journal of Interdisciplinary History

Cambridge Ms, Massachusetts Institute of Technology. School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Trimestrale
ISSN: 0022-1953-

Conservata in: Università degli Studi di Firenze, Biblioteca di Scienze Sociali

- Punto di servizio: Economia, Riv. Straniere 0464
Consistenza: a. I, 1, 1970-a. XXXII, 4, 2002

- Punto di servizio: Giurisprudenza, Riv. Straniere 0370 RUSPOL
Consistenza: a. I, 1, 1970-
Lacune: a. XXXVIII, 2-a. XXXVIII, 1; a. XXXVI, 3/4;
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a. XXI, 2, 1990

ARTICLES
Philip Benedict, Was the Eighteenth Century an Era of Urbanization in France?, p. 179
Peter A. Gunn, Productive Cycles and the Season of Marriage: A Critical Test, p. 217

RESEARCH NOTES
Peter A. Coclanis, The Wealth of British America on the Eve of the Revolution, p. 245
Albion M. Urdank, The Consumption of Rental Property: Gloucestershire Plebeians and the Market Economy, 1750-1860, p. 261

REVIEW ARTICLES
Daniel H. Calhoun, A Question of Convergence: Neural Networks and the History of Information, p. 283
Marta Petrusewicz, Corsica: Old Vendetta and the Modern State, p. 295

Reviews, p. 303


a. XXI, 1, 1990

ARTICLES
Jerome Kroll, Bernard S. Bachrach, Medieval Dynastic Decisions: Evolutionary Biology and Historical Explanation, p. 1
John D. Post, The Mortality Crises of the Early 1770s and European Demographic Trends, p. 29
Philip D. Curtin, The End of the "White Man's Grave "? Nineteenth-Century Mortality in West Africa, p. 63

RESEARCH ESSAY
Allan G. Bogue, The Quest for Numeracy: Data and Methods in American Political History, p. 89

Reviews, p. 117


a. XX, 4, 1990

ARTICLES
J. Morgan Kousser, Toward "Total Political History : A Rational-Choice Program, p. 521
Seymour Drescher, People and Parliament: The Rhetoric of the British Slave Trade, p. 561
Roger Lloyd-Jones, The First Kondratieff: The Long Wave and the British Industrial Revolution, p. 581

RESEARCH NOTE
John Komlos, Height and Social Status in Eighteenth-Century Germany, p. 607

REVIEW ARTICLE
Kathleen A. Biddick, Malthus in a Straightjacket? Analyzing Agrarian Change in Medieval England, p. 623

Reviews, p. 637


a. XX, 3, 1990

ARTICLES
Miriam King, Steven Ruggles, American Immigration, Fertility and Race Suicide at the Turn of the Century, p. 347
Loretta T. Johnson, Chanvari/Shivaree: A European Folk Ritual on the American Plans, p. 371
James C. McCann, A Great Agrarian Cycle? Productivity in Highland Ethiopia, 1900-1987, p. 389

RESEARCH NOTE
Farley Grubb, German Immigration to Pennsylvania, 1709 to 1820, p. 417

REVIEW ARTICLES
Theodore K. Rabb, The Historian and the Art Historian, III: Recent Work on The Seventeenth-Century, p. 445
Joseph C. Miller, Africa Past and Present, p. 445

Reviews, p. 463


a. XX, 2, 1989

ARTICLES
Charles Issawi, Empire Builders, Culture Makers, and Culture Imprinters, p. 177
Konrad H. Jarausch, Gerhard Arminger, The German Teaching Profession and Nazi Party Membership: A Demographic Logit Model, p. 197
Fred M. Shelley, J. Clark Archer, Sectionalism and Presidential Politics: Voting Patterns in Illinois, Indiana, and Ohio, p. 227

REVIEW ARTICLES
Miriam F. Balmuth, Searching for the Origins of Indo-European Languages, p. 257
Ballard C. Campbell, Migration and Politics, p. 263

Reviews, p. 271


a. XX, 1, 1989

ARTICLES
Joel H. Silbey, After "The First Northern Victory ": The Republican Party Comes to Congress, 1855-1856, p. 1
Paula A. Treckel, Breastfeeding and Maternal Sexuality in Colonial America, p. 25
Walter E. Minchinton, Characteristics of British Slaving Vessels, p. 53
Ulrich Pfister, Work Roles and Family Structure in Proto-Industrial Zurich, p. 83

REVIEW ARTICLES
Stephan Thernstrom, Counting Heads: New Data on the Ethnic Composition of the American Population, p. 107
Reed Ueda, The Coolie and the Model Minority: Reconstructing Asian-American History, p. 117

Reviews, p. 125


a. XIX, 4, 1989

ARTICLES
Richard J. Jensen, The Causes and Cures of Unemployment in the Great Depression, p. 553
Ralph Shlomowitz, Epidemiology and the Pacific Labor Trade, p. 585

REVIEW ARTICLES
Matthew Ramsey, Environment, Health, and Medicine in the Old Regime, p. 611
Alan B. Spitzer, In the Beginning Was the Word: The French Revolution, p. 621
Ann G. Carmichael, Past Fasts: Medieval Saints with the Will to Starve, p. 635
Charles Wetherell, Network Analysis Comes of Age, p. 645

Reviews, p. 653


a. XIX, 3, 1989

ARTICLES
Thomas W. Gallant, Crisis and Response: Risk-Buttering Behavior in Hellenistic Greek Communities, p. 393
Nicholas F.R. Crafts, British Industrialization in an International Context, p. 415
Jonathan J. Liebowitz, Tenants, Sharecroppers, and the French Agricultural Depression of the Late Nineteenth Century, p. 429
Philip Nord, Manet and Radical Politics, p. 447

REVIEW ARTICLE
J.H.M. Salmon, History without Anthropology: A New Witchcraft Synthesis, p. 481

Reviews, p. 487


a. XIX, 2, 1988

ARTICLES
Patrick Manning, William S. Griffiths, Divining the Unprovable: Simulating the Demography of the African Slave Trade, p. 177
W. Peter Ward, Birth Weight and Standards of Living in Vienna, 1865-1930, p. 203
Frank Stricker, American Professors in the Progressive Era: Incomes, Aspirations, and Professionalism, p. 231

RESEARCH NOTE
Stephen E. Pelz, A Taxonomy for American Diplomatic History, p. 259

REVIEW ARTICLES
Ethan B. Kapstein, Cold War Scholarship: Time for a Freeze?, p. 277
Peter C. Perdue, Revolution in Republican China, p. 285

Reviews, p. 293


a. XIX, 1, 1988

ARTICLES
John Bohstedt, Dale E. Williams, The Diffusion of Riots: The Patterns of 1766, 1795, and 1801 in Devonshire, p. 1
Andrew E. Barnes, Cliques and Participation: Organizational Dynamics in the Penitents Bourras, p. 25
Jürgen W. Falter, Reinhard Zintl, The Economic Crisis of the 1930s and the Nazi Vote, p. 55

REVIEW ARTICLES
Robert S. Gottfried, English Towns in the Later Middle Ages, p. 87
Joel Perlmann, School Reform and Social Conflict: A Reassessment, p. 93

Reviews, p. 103


a. XVIII, 4, 1988

THE ORIGIN AND PREVENTION OF MAJOR WARS

INTRODUCTION
Joseph S. Nye, Jr., Old Wars and Future Wars: Causation and Prevention, p. 581

THE ORIGINS OF WAR: STRUCTURAL THEORIES
Robert Gilpin, The Theory of Hegemonic War, p. 591
Kenneth N. Waltz, The Origins of War in Neorealist Theory, p. 615
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita, The Contribution of Expected Utility Theory to the Study of International Conflict, p. 629

THE ORIGINS OF WAR: EXPLANATION OF NON-RATIONAL CAUSALITY
Jack S. Levy, Domestic Politics and War, p. 653
Robert Jervis, War and Misperception, p. 675
George H. Quester, Crisis and the Unexpected, p. 701

LESSONS AND ANALOGIES FROM EARLY MAJOR WARS
John E. Guilmartin, Jr., Ideology and Conflict: The Wars of the Ottoman Empire, 1453-1606, p. 721
Myron P. Gutmann, The Origins of the Thirty Years' War, p. 749
Gunther E. Rothenberg, The Origins, Causes, and Extension of the Wars of the French Revolution and Napoleon, p. 771

LESSONS AND ANALOGIES FROM THE WORLD WARS
Samuel R. Williamson, Jr., The Origins of World War I, p. 795
Charles S. Maier, Wargames: 1914-1919, p. 819
Jeffrey L. Hughes, The Origins of World War II in Europe: British Deterrence Failure and German Expansionism, p. 851
Scott D. Sagan, The Origins of the Pacific War, p. 893


a. XVIII, 3, 1988

ARTICLES
Anne Hardy, Diagnosis, Death, and Diet: The Case of London, 1750-1909, p. 387
William A. Green, Supply Versus Demand in the Barbadian Sugar Revolution, p. 403
Sharon Kettering, The Historical Development of Political Clientelism, p. 419

RESEARCH NOTE
Mark Olsen, Louis-Georges Harvey, Computers in Intellectual History: Lexical Statistics and the Analysis of Political Discourse, p. 449

REVIEW ARTICLES
Richard T. Vann, Historians' Words and Things, p. 465
Stephen Lassonde, Sexuality and Religion in Anglo-American Culture, p. 471
Douglas E. Wheeler, The Politics of Portuguese Economic Colonialism, p. 481

Reviews, p. 489


a. XVIII, 2, 1987

ARTICLES
Dauril Alden, Joseph C. Miller, Out of Africa: The Slave Trade and the Transmission of Smallpox to Brazil, 1560-1831, p. 195
Hilary McD. Beckles, Andrew Downes, The Economics of Transition to the Black Labor System in Barbados, 1630-1680, p. 225
Linda C. Hults, Baldung and the Witches of Brerburg: The Evidence of Images, p. 249

RESEARCH NOTES
Kathleen Biddick, Missing Links: Taxable Wealth, Markets, and Stratification among Medieval English Peasants, p. 277
Robert V. Wells, Marriage Seasonals in Early America: Comparisons and Comments, p. 299

REVIEW ARTICLE
Brian M. Fagan, Settlement Patterns, Iconography, and Colonial Rule: Mesoamerica, p. 309

Reviews, p. 329


a. XVIII, 1, 1987

ARTICLES
Susan B. Hanley, Urban Sanitation in Preindustrial Japan, p. 1
Robert Woods, p. R. Andrew Hinde, Mortality in Victorian England: Models and Patterns, p. 27
Rachel G. Fuchs, Legislation, Poverty, and Child-Abandonment in Nineteenth-Century Paris, p. 55
Peter H. Argersinger, Populists in Power: Public Policy and Legislative Behavior, p. 81

RESEARCH NOTE
Derek S. Linton, Industrialization and Intergenerational Social Mobility in a Rhenish Textile Town, p. 107

Reviews, p. 127


a. XVII, 4, 1987

CARIBBEAN SLAVERY AND BRITISH CAPITALISM

Barbara E. Solow, Stanley E. Engerman (Guest Editors), Introduction, p. 707
Barbara E. Solow, Capitalism and Slavery in the Exceedingly Long Run, p. 711
David Richardson, The Slave Trade, Sugar, and British Economic Growth, 1748-1776, p. 739
Joseph E. Inikori, Slavery and the Development of Industrial Capitalism in England, p. 771
Richard S. Dunn, "Dreadful Idlers "in the Cane Fields: The Slave Labor Pattern on a Jamaican Sugar Estate, 1762-1831, p. 795
Selwyn H. H. Carrington, The American Revolution and the British West Indies' Economy, p. 823
Gavin Wright, Capitalism and Slavery on the Islands: A Lesson from the Mainland, p. 851

REVIEW ARTICLE
Herbert S. Klein, New Evidence on the Virginia Slave Trade, p. 871

Reviews, p. 879


a. XVII, 3, 1987

ARTICLES
J. Russell Major, "Bastard Feudalism "and the Kiss: Changing Social Mores in Late Medieval and Early Modem France, p. 509
James C. Riley, Disease without Death: New Sources for a History of Sickness, p. 537
Farley Grubb, Morbidity and Mortality on the North Atlantic Passage: Eighteenth-Century German Immigration, p. 565
M. Craig Brown, Charles N. Halaby, Machine Politics in America, 1870-1945, p. 587

RESEARCH NOTE
Christopher J. French, Productivity in the Atlantic Shipping Industry: A Quantitative Study, p. 613

REVIEW ARTICLE
Michael H. Ebner, The Comparative Tradition in American Urban History, p. 639

Reviews, p. 645


a. XVII, 2, 1986

ARTICLES
John Markoff, Some Effects of Literacy in Eighteenth-Century France, p. 311
Barry Eichengreen, Unemployment in Interwar Britain: New Evidence from London, p. 335
Charles Ballard, Drought and Economic Distress: South Africa in the 1800s, p. 359
John F. McClymer, Late Nineteenth-Century American Working-Class Living Standards, p. 379

RESEARCH NOTE
Mark D. Schmitz, Donald F. Schaefer, Using Manuscript Census Samples to Interpret Antebellum Southern Agriculture, p. 399

REVIEW ARTICLE
Paul Wheatley, European Urbanization: Origins and Consummation, p. 415

Reviews, p. 431
Comment and Controversy, p. 499


a. XVII, 1, 1986

THE EVIDENCE OF ART: IMAGES AND MEANING IN HISTORY

Theodore K. Rabb, Jonathan Brown, Introduction, p. 1
Diane Owen Hughes, Representing the Family: Portraits and Purposes in Early Modem Italy, p. 7
Christoph L. Frommel, Papal Policy: The Planning of Rome during the Renaissance, p. 39
Randolph Starn, Reinventing Heroes in Renaissance Italy, p. 67
J. R. Hale, The Soldier in Germanic Graphic Art of the Renaissance, p. 85
Richard E. Kagan, Philip II and the Art of the Cityscape, p. 115
Jonathan Brown, Enemies of Flattery: Velázquez' Portraits of Philip IV, p. 137
Simon Schama, The Domestication of Majesty: Royal Family Portraiture, 1500-1850, p. 155
Antoine Schnapper, The King of France as Collector in the Seventeenth Century, p. 185
Raymond Grew, Picturing the People: Images of the Lower Orders in Nineteenth-Century French Art, p. 203
Peter Paret, The German Revolution of a 1848 and Rethel's "Dance of Death ", p. 233
Elizabeth Johns, The Farmer in the Works of William Sidney Mount, p. 257
Barbara Miller Lane, Architects in Power: Politics and Ideology in the Work of Ernst May and Albert Speer, p. 283


XVI, 4, 1986

ARTICLES
John E. Crowley, The Importance of Kinship: Testamentary Evidence from South Carolina, p. 559
Gerald Ginsburg, Computing Antebellum Turnout: Methods and Models, p. 579
Walter Dean Burnham, Those High Nineteenth-Century American Voting Turnouts: Fact or Fiction?, p. 613
Donald E. Stevens, Economic Fluctuations and Political Instability in Early Republican Mexico, p. 645

RESEARCH NOTE
Michael Toch, Asking the Way, and Telling the Law: Speech in Medieval Germany, p. 667

COMMENT AND CONTROVERSY
Edward Byers, Putting History Back in Historical Demography: Nantucket Re-reexamined, p. 683
Barbara J. Logue, Of Sound History and Sound Methodology: A Rejoinder, p. 691

REVIEW ARTICLE
David Henige, If Pigs Could Fly: Timucuan Population and Native American Historical Demography, p. 701

Reviews, p. 721


a. XVI, 3, 1986

ARTICLES
Claudia Goldin, The Economic Status of Women in the Early Republic: Quantitative Evidence, p. 375
Katherine A. Lynch, Marriage Age among French Factory Workers: An Alsatian Example, p. 405
Massimo Livi-Bacci, Fertility, Nutrition, and Pellagra: Italy during the Vital Revolution, p. 431

RESEARCH NOTES
David E. Davis, The Scarcity of Rats and the Black Death: An Ecological History, p. 455
Andrew Abbott, John Forrest, Optimal Matching Methods for Historical Sequences, p. 471

REVIEW ARTICLE
Carl N. Degler, A Tale of Two Cities, p. 495

Reviews, p. 501


a. XVI, 2, 1985

ARTICLES
Mary Kilbourne Matossian, Death in London, 1750-1909, p. 183
Nancy R. Folbre, The Wealth of Patriarchs: Deerfield, Massachusetts, 1760-1840, p. 199

RESEARCH NOTES
Daniel J. Gans, Persistence of Party Success in American Presidential Elections, p. 221
Herbert Moller, Voice Change in Human Biological Development, p. 239

REVIEW ARTICLES
Anthony Grafton, Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann, Holland without Huizinga: Dutch Visual Culture in the Seventeenth Century, p. 255
David Harris Sacks, The Hedgehog and the Fox Revisited, p. 267
E. M. Leventhal, Labour's Golden Age Reconsidered, p. 281
Joseph C. Miller, History and Archaeology in Africa, p. 291

Reviews, p. 305


a. XVI, 1, 1985

ARTICLES
David Cressy, The Seasonality of Marriage in Old and New England, p. 1
Rodney D. Bohac, Peasant Inheritance Strategies in Russia, p. 23
Sara Alpern, Dale Baum, Female Ballots: The Impact of the Nineteenth Amendment, p. 43

RESEARCH NOTE
Howard I. Kushner, Biochemistry, Suicide, and History: Possibilities and Problems, p. 69

COMMENT AND CONTROVERSY
Raymond Grew, The Comparative Weakness of American History, p. 87
Theodore K. Rabb, The Interdisciplinary Nature of American History, p. 103
George M. Frederickson, Giving a Comparative Dimension to American History: Problems and Opportunities, p. 107
John Higham, Paleface and Redskin in American Historiography: A Comment, p. 111

REVIEW ARTICLE
Walter Licht, The Knights of Labor Commemorated and Reconsidered, p. 117

Reviews, p. 125


a. XV, 4, 1985

POPULATION AND ECONOMY: FROM THE TRADITIONAL TO THE MODERN WORLD

Roger S Schofield, E. Anthony Wrigley (Guest Editors), Introduction, p. 561
Roger S. Schofield, Through a Glass Darkly: "The Population History of England "as an Experiment in History, p. 571
Michael Anderson, Historical Demography after "The Population History of England ", p. 595
Peter H. Lindert, English Population, Wages, and Prices: 1541-1913, p. 609
Ronald Lee, Population Homeostasis and English Demographic History, p. 635
Jan de Vries, The Population and Economy of the Preindustrial Netherlands, p. 661
E. Anthony Wrigley, Urban Growth and Agricultural Change: England and the Continent in the Early Modem Period, p. 683
Brinley Thomas, Escaping from Constraints: The Industrial Revolution in a Malthusian Context, p. 729
Ann Kussmaul, Time and Space, Hoofs and Grain: The Seasonality of Marriage in England, p. 755


a. XV, 3, 1985

ARTICLES
Barbara J. Logue, The Case for Birth Control before 1850: Nantucket Reexamined, p. 371
Richard A. Meckel, Immigration, Mortality, and Population Growth in Boston, 1840-1880, p. 393

RESEARCH NOTES
Jørgen Elklit, Nominal Record Linkage and the Study of Non-Secret Voting: A Danish Case, p. 419
Stephen R. Ell, Iron in Two Seventeenth-Century Plague Epidemics, p. 445

COMMENT AND CONTROVERSY
Paul E. Bourke, Donald A. DeBats, On Restoring Politics to Political History, p. 459
J. Morgan Kousser, Are Political Acts Unnatural?, p. 467
Samuel P. Hays, Society and Politics: Politics and Society, p. 481

REVIEW ARTICLE
David W. Miller, Collective Violence in the Countryside, p. 501

Reviews, p. 507


a. XV, 2, 1984

ARTICLES
Charles Wetherell, "Boom and Bust "in the Colonial Chesapeake Economy, p. 185
Letty Anderson, Hard Choices: Supplying Water to New England Towns, p. 211
James C. Riley, Monetary Growth and Price Stability: France, 1650-1700, p. 235
George Alter, Work and Income in the Family Economy Belgium, 1853 and 1891, p. 255

RESEARCH NOTE
Frederick A. Bode, Donald E. Ginter, A Critique of Landholding Variables in the 1860 Census and the Parker-Gallman Sample, p. 277

REVIEW ARTICIES
Julius Silberger, Jr., Private Lives-Public Events, p. 297
James Oakes, The Politics of Economic Development in the Antebellum South, p. 305

Reviews, p. 317


a. XV, 1, 1984

ARTICLES
John D. Post, Climatic Variability and the European Mortality Wave of the Early 1740s, p. 1
Priscilla J. Brewer, The Demographic Features of the Shaker Decline, 1787-1900, p. 31
Bernard Sternsher, The New Deal Party System: A Reappraisal, p. 53
Mark D. Szuchman, Disorder and Social Control in Buenos Aires, 1810-1860, p. 83

RESEARCH NOTE
Judith M. Bennett, The Tie that Binds: Peasant Marriages Families in Late Medieval England, p. 111

Reviews, p. 131


a. XIV, 4, 1984

ARTICLES
Leonard Hochberg, The English Civil War in Geographical Perspective, p. 729
Reed Ueda, The High School and Social Mobility in a Streetcar Suburb: Somerville, Massachusetts, 1870-1910, p. 751
Mary E. Cookingham, Working after Childbearing in Modem America, p. 773

RESEARCH NOTES
John Campbell, Work, Pregnancy, and Infant Mortality among Southern Slaves, p. 793
Philip T. Hoffman, Wills and Statistics: Tobit Analysis and the Counter Reformation in Lyon, p. 813

Reviews, p. 835


a. XIV, 3, 1984

ARTICLES
Lynn Hunt, The Political Geography of Revolutionary France, p. 535
Rose A. Cheney, Seasonal Aspects of Infant and Childhood Mortality: Philadelphia, 1865-1920, p. 561

RESEARCH NOTES
Myron P. Gutmann, René Leboutte, Rethinking Protoindustrialization and the Family, p. 587
James Matthew Gallman, Relative Ages of Colonial Marriages, p. 609
S. Charles Bolton, Economic Inequality in the Arkansas Territory, p. 619

REVIEW ARTICLES
James Axtell, Invading America: Puritans and Jesuits, p. 635
Theodore K. Rabb, The Historian and the Art Historian Revisited, p. 647

Reviews, p. 657


a. XIV, 2, 1983

HUNGER AND HISTORY: THE IMPACT OF CHANGING FOOD PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION PATTERNS ON SOCIETY

Robert I. Rotberg, Nutrition and History, p. 199
Susan Cotts Watkins, Etienne van de Walle, Nutrition, Mortality, and Population Size: Malthus' Court of East Resort, p. 205
Thomas McKeown, Food, Infection, and Population, p. 227
Ann G. Carmichael, Infection, Hidden Hunger, and History, p. 249
Roger Schofield, The Impact of Scarcity and Plenty on Population Change in England, 1541-1871, p. 265
Massimo Livi-.Bacci, The Nutrition-Mortality Link in Past Times: A Comment, p. 293
Joan Thirsk, The Horticultural Revolution: A Cautionary Note on Prices, p. 299
Olwen Hufton, Social Conflict and the Grain Supply in Eighteenth-Century France, p. 303
Louise A. Tilly, Food Entitlement, Famine, and Conflict, p. 333
Michelle B. McAlpin, Famines, Epidemics, and Population Growth: The Case of India, p. 351
Santhebachahalli G. Srikantia, Better Nutrition and India: A Comment, p. 367
Philip D. Curtin, Nutrition in African History, p. 371
Ester Boserup, The Impact of Scarcity and Plenty on Development, p. 383
Nevin S. Scrimshaw, Functional Consequences of Malnutrition for Human Populations: A Comment, p. 409
Julian E. Simon, The Effects of Population on Nutrition and Economic Well-Being, p. 413
Roderick C. Floud, Economics and Population Growth: A Comment, p. 439
Robert W. Fogel et al., Secular Changes in American and British Stature and Nutrition, p. 445
Carl E. Taylor, Synergy among Mass Infections, Famines, and Poverty, p. 483
The Conferees, The Relationship of Nutrition, Disease, and Social Conditions: A Graphical Presentation, p. 503
Gretel H. Pelto, Pertti J. Pelto, Diet and Delocalization: Dietary Changes since 1750, p. 507
Nevin S. Scrimshaw, The Value of Contemporary Food and Nutrition Studies for Historians, p. 529


a. XIV, 1, 1983

ARTICLES
Robert L. Woods, Jr., Individuals in the Rioting Crowd: A New Approach, p. 1
Raymond Grew, Patrick J. Harrigan, James Whitney, The Availability of Schooling in Nineteenth-Century France, p. 25
Jerome S. Handler, Robert S. Corruccini, Plantation Slave Life in Barbados: A Physical Anthropological Analysis, p. 65

RESEARCH NOTES
Richard Jensen, The Microcomputer Revolution for Historians, p. 91
Eric H. Monkkonen, The Organized Response to Crime in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century America, p. 113
Christian Pouyez, Raymond Roy, François Martin, The Linkage of Census Name Data: Problems and Procedures, p. 129

REVIEW ARTICLE
John D. Post, Climatic Change and Historical Discontinuity, p. 153

Reviews, p. 161


a. XIII, 4, 1983

THE MEASURE OF AMERICAN HISTORY

Theodore K. Rabb, The Development of Quantification in Historical Research, p. 591
Joel H. Silbey, "Delegates Fresh from the People ": American Congressional and Legislative Behavior, p. 603
Melvyn Hammarberg, An Analysis of American Electoral Data, p. 629
Kathleen Neils Conzen, Quantification and the New Urban History, p. 653
Diane Lindstrom, Macroeconomic Growth: The United States in the Nineteenth Century, p. 679
Claudia Goldin, The Changing Economic Role of Women: A Quantitative Approach, p. 707
Daniel Scott Smith, Differential Mortality in the United States before 1900, p. 735
Maris A. Vinovskis, Quantification and the Analysis of American Antebellum Education, p. 761
Robert P. Swierenga, Quantitative Methods in Rural Landholding, p. 787


a. XIII, 3, 1983

ARTICLES
Avery M. Guest, Stewart Tolnay, Urban Industrial Structure and Fertility: The Case of Large American Cities, p. 387
Kenneth J. Winkle, A Social Analysis of Voter Turnout in Ohio, 1850-1860, p. 411

RESEARCH NOTES
Steven G. Reinhardt, Crime and Royal Justice in Ancien Régime France: Modes of Analysis, p. 437
J. R. Kearl, Clayne L. Pope, Wealth Mobility: The Missing Element, p. 461
Ivy Broder, Allan J. Lichtman, Modeling the Past: The Specification of Functional Form, p. 489

REVIEW ARTICLES
Richard Elphick, A Comparative History of White Supremacy, p. 503
Mary Jo Maynes, Schooling and Hegemony, p. 515

Reviews, p. 521


a. XIII, 2, 1982

ARTICLES
Stanley E. Engerman, Economic Adjustments to Emancipation in the United States and British West Indies, p. 191
Steven L. Hoch, Serfs in Imperial Russia: Demographic Insights, p. 221
Carole Shammas, How Self-Sufficient Was Early America?, p. 247

RESEARCH NOTE
Alice Hanson Jones, Estimating Wealth of the Living from a Probate Sample, p. 273

REVIEW ARTICLES
Daniel Scott Smith, Sociobiology and History, p. 301
Lois Banner, Fashion and History, p. 311

COMMENT AND CONIROVERSY
Raymond E. Cohn, Richard A. Jensen, Mortality in the Atlantic Slave Trade, p. 317
Joseph C. Miller, A Reply, p. 331

Reviews, p. 337


a. XIII, 1, 1982

ARTICLES
P. G. Aaron, Robert G. Clouse, Freud's Psychohistory of Leonardo da Vinci: A Matter of Being Right or Left, p. 1
Edward Byers, Fertility Transition in a New England Commercial Center: Nantucket, Massachusetts, 1680-1840, p. 17
Daniel Snydacker, Kinship and Community in Rural Pennsylvania, 1749-1820, p. 41
San Bennett, Carville Earle, The Geography of Strikes in the United States, 1881-1894, p. 63

REVIEW ARTICLE
Richard E. McCormick, The Realignment Synthesis in American History, p. 85

Reviews, p. 107


a. XII, 4, 1982

ARTICLES
J. Morgan Kousser, Restoring Politics to Political History, p. 569
Joel Best, Careers in Brothel Prostitution: St. Paul, 1865-1883, p. 597
Paul Kleppner, Were Women to Blame? Female Suffrage and Voter Turnout, p. 621

RESEARCH NOTE
James R. Lehning, Family Life and Wetnursing in a French Village, p. 645

REVIEW ARTICLES
Fritz K. Ringer, A New Vitality: The History of Education, p. 657
James Axtell, Bronze Men and Golden Ages: The Intellectual History of Indian-White Relations in Colonial America, p. 663
John P. Radford, Blacks in Boston, p. 677

Reviews, p. 685


a. XII, 3, 1982

ARTICLES
John C. H. Fei, Ts'ui-jung Liu, The Growth and Decline of Chinese Family Clans, p. 375
Fred W. Peterson, Vernacular Building and Victorian Architecture: Midwestern American Farm Homes, p. 409
Shepard Krech III, Black Family Organization in the Nineteenth Century: An Ethnological Perspective, p. 429

RESEARCH NOTES
David Eltis, Nutritional Trends in Africa and the Americas: Heights of Africans, 1819-1839, p. 453
David Cohen, Eric A. Johnson, French Criminality: Urban-Rural Differences in the Nineteenth Century, p. 477

COMMENT AND CONTROVERSY
Victor B. Howard, Comment, p. 503
J. Morgan Kousser, A Reply, p. 509

REVIEW ARTICLE
Jack P. Greene, The Southern Colonial Mind and American Culture, p. 515

Reviews, p. 523


a. XXII, 2, 1981

THE NEW HISTORY: THE 19805 AND BEYOND (II)

The Editors, Introduction, p. 177

ECONOMIC HISTORY IN THE 1980s
Peter Temin, The Future of the New Economic History, p. 179
Barry Supple, Old Problems and New Directions, p. 199

POPULATION HISTORY IN THE 1980s
E. A. Wrigley, The Prospects for Population History, p. 207

ANTHROPOLOGY AND HISTORY IN THE 1980s
Bernard S. Cohn, Toward a Rapprochement, p. 227
John W. Adams, Consensus, Community, and Exoticism, p. 253
Natalie Z. Davis, The Possibilities of the Past, p. 267
Carlo Ginzburg, A Comment, p. 277

INTELLECTUAL HISTORY IN THE 1980s
William J. Bouwsma, From History of Ideas to History of Meaning, p. 279
Joel Colton, The Case for the Defense, p. 293

HISTORY OF SCIENCE IN THE 1980s
Arnold Thackray, Science, Technology, and Medicine, p. 299

TOWARD THE FUTURE
Theodore K. Rabb, Coherence, Synthesis, and Quality in History, p. 315

Reviews, p. 333


a. XII, 1, 1981

THE NEW HISTORY: THE 198OS AND BEYOND (I)

The Editors, Introduction, p. 1

POLITICAL HISTORY IN THE 1980s
Peter H. Smith, A View from Latin America, p. 3
Jacques Julliard, Reflections on its Present and Future, p. 29
Peter Clarke, Ideas and Interests, p. 45
Jacques Revel, A Comment, p. 49

FAMILY HISTORY IN THE 1980s
Lawrence Stone, Past Achievements and Future Trends, p. 51

BIOGRAPHY IN THE 1980s
Miles E. Shore, A Psychoanalytic Perspective, p. 89

QUANTIFICATION IN THE 1980s
David Herlihy, Numerical and Formal Analysis in European History, p. 115
Allan G. Bogue, Numerical and Formal Analysis in United States History, p. 137


a. XI, 4, 1981

ARTICLES
Michael B. Katz, Social Class in North American Urban History, p. 579
James Borchert, Urban Neighborhood and Community: Informal Group Life, 1850-1970, p. 607

RESEARCH NOTES
Susan L. Swan, Mexico in the Little Ice Age, p. 633
Peter H. Lindert, An Algorithm for Probate Sampling, p. 649

REVIEW ARTICLES
David Levine, The "Correct "Principles of Social Organization, p. 669
Charles E. Rosenberg, Medicine and Community in Victorian Britain, p. 677
A. Hunter Dupree, Does the History of Technology Exist?, p. 685
David C. Hammack, Economic Interest Groups and Path Analysis: Two Approaches to the History of Power, p. 695

Reviews, p. 705
Comment and Controversy, p. 765


a. XI, 3, 1981

ARTICLES
Joseph C. Miller, Mortality in the Atlantic Slave Trade: Statistical Evidence on Causality, p. 385
Jane Menken, James Trussell, Susan Watkins, The Nutrition Fertility Link: An Evaluation of the Evidence, p. 425
John A. James, Financial Underdevelopment in the Postbellum South, p. 443
James William Anderson, The Methodology of Psychological Biography, p. 455

REVIEW ARTICLES
FAMILY IN MEDIEVAL TUSCANY: CRITIQUES AND A REPLY
Edward Muir, New Light on Old Numbers: The Political and Cultural Implications of "Les Toscans et leurs familles ", p. 477
Myron P. Gutmann, Demographic and Economic Issues in "Les Toscans et leurs familles ", p. 487
Susan Mosher Stuard, Family Confronts the Renaissance Household: A Review of "Les Toscans et leurs familles ", p. 495
David Herlihy, Christiane Klapisch-Zuber, Reflections and Responses, p. 503

COMMENT AND CONTROVERSY
Lawrence Stone, Illegitimacy in Eighteenth-Century England: Again, p. 507
Belinda Meteyard, A Reply, p. 511

Reviews, p. 515

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