Continuity and Change. A journal of social structure, law and demography in past societies DATINI

Continuity and Change
A journal of social structure, law and demography in past societies

Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
ISSN: 0268-4160 (Print), 1469-218X (Online)

Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini” – Coll: Riv. Digitale
Consistenza: v. 12, 1997, f. 1-
Lacune: –

[ 2030-2021 ] [2020-2011 ] [ 2010-1997 ]

copertina della rivista

v. 38, 2023, f. 2

Eliska Bujokova, Juliette Desportes, Poor Relief as ?Improvement?: Moral and Spatial Economies of Care in Scotland, c.1720s–1790s, p. 113-136
Mark Bailey, The regulation of the rural market in waged labour in fourteenth-century England, p. 137-162
Keith Sugden, Sebastian Keibek, James Wells, Leigh Shaw-Taylor, Adam Smith revisited: the relationship between the English woollen manufacture and the availability of coal before the use of steam power, p. 163-191
Wieke Elien Metzlar, Koen Matthijs, Paul Puschmann, Tying the knot in language-divided Belgium. A research into marriage partner selection in Flemish municipalities along the language border with Wallonia, 1798–1938, p. 193-223

Book Review, p. 225-228
Addendum, p. 229

v. 38, 2023, f. 1, Special Issue


Esther Liberman Cuenca, Asif A. Siddiqi, Bureaucratic secrecy and the regulation of knowledge in Europe over the longue durée: Obfuscation, omission, performance, and policing, p. 1-8

Esther Liberman Cuenca, Oath-taking and the politics of secrecy in medieval and early modern British towns, p. 9-29
Adam Franklin-Lyons, Performative openness and governmental secrecy in fourteenth century Valencia, p. 31-52
Nicole Bauer, Keeping you in the dark: the Bastille archives and police secrecy in eighteenth-century France, p. 53-73
Asif A. Siddiqi, The materiality of secrets: everyday secrecy in postwar Soviet Union, p. 75-97
Michael D. Gordin, Afterword: hidden beauty, p. 99-104

Book Review, p. 105

v. 37, 2022, f. 3

Christopher Dyer, Partnership among peasants: rural England, 1270-1520, p. 291-312
Martino Lorenzo Fagnani, Travels and representations at the core of Western agricultural science: discovering rural societies in Spain, Italy and Lebanon in the late-eighteenth and early-nineteenth centuries, p. 313-334
Guy Solomon, Work and earning in the nineteenth century: Townley Colliery as a case study, p. 335-363
Steven Gunn, Tomasz Gromelski, Coroners’ inquest juries in sixteenth-century England, p. 365-388
Samantha Williams, ‘Poverty, gender and old age in the Victorian and Edwardian workhouse’, p. 389-421

Book Review, p. 427-429

v. 37, 2022, f. 2

Frances Richardson, Missing from parish records: Anglican and nonconformist occupational differences and the economy of Wales c.1817, p. 165-197
Piet Groot, Ruben Schalk, Journeymen Migration and Settlement in Eighteenth-century Holland, p. 199-232
Nick Mayhew, Katherine Ball, Debasement and demography in England and France in the Later Middle Ages, p. 233-256
Bengt Sandin, Jonathan Josefsson, Age as a yardstick for political citizenship Voting age and eligibility age in Sweden during the twentieth century, p. 257-280

Book Review, p. 281-283

v. 37, 2022, f. 1

Tim Soens, Maïka De Keyzer, From the resilience of commons to resilience through commons. The peasant way of buffering shocks and crises, p. 1-11

Maïka De Keyzer, Eline Van Onacker, Vulnerabilities avoided and resilience built. Collective action, poor relief and diversification as weapons of the weak (The Campine, Belgium, 1350-1845), p. 13-42
Hanne Cottyn, Eric Vanhaute, Esther Beeckaert, Peasant frontiers as a research strategy: peasant resilience and the reproduction of common land rights, p. 43-68
Tobias Haller, From commons to resilience grabbing: Insights from historically-oriented social anthropological research on African peasants, p. 69-95
Mary Clayton, Robert Shoemaker, Blood money and the bloody code: the impact of financial rewards on criminal justice in eighteenth-century England, p. 97-125
Francisco J. Marco-Gracia, A new perspective on the demographic transition: birth-baptism intervals in ten Spanish villages, 1830-1949, p. 127-155

Book Review, p. 157

v. 36, 2021, f. 3

Jaco Zuijderduijn, Kim Overlaet, Strategies for old age and agency of the elderly in towns of the Low Countries in the Renaissance, p. 265-284
Paul Cavill, Mortuary dues in early sixteenth-century England, p. 285-308
Maria Cannon, Conceptualising childhood as a relational status: parenting adult children in sixteenth-century England, p. 309-330
Jan Kok, Luc Bulten, Bente M. de Leede, Persecuted or permitted? Fraternal Polyandry in a Calvinist colony, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, p. 331-355
Leonard N. Rosenband, Industriousness and its discontents: wages, workloads, and the mechanisation of papermaking, 1750-1820, p. 357-373

Book Review, p. 375
Corrigendum, 383

v. 36, 2021, f. 2

Phillipp R. Schofield, Alternatives to expropriation: rent, credit and peasant landholding in medieval Europe and modern Palestine, p. 141-148

Mathieu Arnoux, Credit and investment between town and countryside: the market in grain annuities in Normandy (thirteenth-fourteenth centuries), p. 149-176
Antoni Furió, Rents instead of land. Credit and peasant indebtedness in late medieval Mediterranean Iberia: the kingdom of Valencia, p. 177-209
Phillipp R. Schofield, Impediments to expropriation. Peasant property rights in medieval England and Marcher Wales, p. 211-232
Amos Nadan, The route from informal peasant landownership to formal tenancy and eviction in Palestine, 1800s-1947, p. 233-256

Book Review, p. 257

v. 36, 2021, f. 1

Gerd Schwerhoff, Benjamin Seebröker, Alexander Kästner, Wiebke Voigt, Hard numbers? The long-term decline in violence reassessed. Empirical objections and fresh perspectives, p. 1-32
Jim van der Meulen, Seigneurial governance and the state in late medieval Guelders (14th-16th century), p. 33-59
Nena Vandeweerdt, Women, town councils, and the organisation of work in Bilbao and Antwerp: a north-south comparison (1400-1560), p. 61-87
Jenny Dyer, Georgian Washerwomen: tales of the tub from the long eighteenth century, p. 89-110
Colin G. Pooley, Using life histories to explore the complexities of internal and international migration, p. 111-131

Book Review, p. 133