Continuity and Change

Papers
(The median citation count of Continuity and Change is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
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Reconsidering maternal mortality in medieval England: aristocratic Englishwomen, c. 1236–15036
The transfer of land in medieval England from 1246 to 1430: the language of acquisition4
Girls and their families in an era of economic change3
From commons to resilience grabbing: Insights from historically-oriented social anthropological research on African peasants2
How permanent were farms in the manorial system? Changes of farm occupancy in the nineteenth-century Russian Baltic Provinces of Estland and Livland2
Hard numbers? The long-term decline in violence reassessed. Empirical objections and fresh perspectives2
Rents instead of land. Credit and peasant indebtedness in late medieval Mediterranean Iberia: the kingdom of Valencia2
Strategies for old age and agency of the elderly in towns of the Low Countries in the Renaissance2
In peace and war: birth control and population policies in Norway (1930–1945)2
The route from informal peasant landownership to formal tenancy and eviction in Palestine, 1800s–19471
Fashionably late? Time, work and the industrious revolution in early modern Antwerp (1585–1795)1
Alternatives to expropriation: rent, credit and peasant landholding in medieval Europe and modern Palestine1
Poor Relief as ‘Improvement’: Moral and Spatial Economies of Care in Scotland, c.1720s–1790s1
Georgian Washerwomen: tales of the tub from the long eighteenth century1
Mortuary dues in early sixteenth-century England1
From the resilience of commons to resilience through commons. The peasant way of buffering shocks and crises1
Seigneurial governance and the state in late medieval Guelders (14th–16th century)1
Coping with crisis: labour markets, institutional changes and household economies. An introduction1
Women, town councils, and the organisation of work in Bilbao and Antwerp: a north-south comparison (1400–1560)1
Geographical mobility and community-building in seventeenth-century Palestine: insights from the records of Bethlehem's Catholic Parish1
Credit and investment between town and countryside: the market in grain annuities in Normandy (thirteenth-fourteenth centuries)1
Industriousness and its discontents: wages, workloads, and the mechanisation of papermaking, 1750–18201
Illicit trades and smuggling activities on the island of Stromboli, 1808–1816: gender roles during a commercial crisis1
Age as a yardstick for political citizenship Voting age and eligibility age in Sweden during the twentieth century1
Coping with economic uncertainty: women's work and the protoindustrial family in eighteenth-century Lyon1
Conceptualising childhood as a relational status: parenting adult children in sixteenth-century England1
Persecuted or permitted? Fraternal Polyandry in a Calvinist colony, Sri Lanka (Ceylon), seventeenth and eighteenth centuries1
Female entrepreneurship as a survival strategy: women during the early mechanisation of corn tortilla production in Mexico City1
Impediments to expropriation. Peasant property rights in medieval England and Marcher Wales1
Using life histories to explore the complexities of internal and international migration0
Bureaucratic secrecy and the regulation of knowledge in Europe over the longue durée: Obfuscation, omission, performance, and policing0
Peasant frontiers as a research strategy: peasant resilience and the reproduction of common land rights0
Leonard Smith, Private Madhouses in England, 1640–1815: Commercialised Care for the Insane (Cham, Switzerland: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020). Pages xix + 323 + figures 12 + tables 3. £64.99 hardbac0
Michael Lobban, Joanne Begiato and Adrian Green (eds.), Law, Lawyers and Litigants in Early Modern England: Essays in Memory of Christopher W. Brooks (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019). Pag0
Stuart Banner, The Decline of Natural Law: How American Lawyers once used Natural Law and Why They Stopped (Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2021). Pages 264. £39.99 hardback.0
J. Henderson, Florence Under Siege: Surviving Plague in an Early Modern City (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2019). Pages xviii + 363 + plates 39 + maps 4 + figures 9 + tables 4. £30.00 0
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Blood money and the bloody code: the impact of financial rewards on criminal justice in eighteenth-century England0
The regulation of the rural market in waged labour in fourteenth-century England0
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M. Berg and P. Hudson, Slavery, Capitalism and the Industrial Revolution (London: Polity Press, 2023). Pages ix + 288 + figures 8 + tables 13. £25 hardback0
Enriqueta Camps-Cura, Changes in population, inequality and human capital formation in the Americas in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries: a comparative perspective. Palgrave Studies in Economic H0
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Vulnerabilities avoided and resilience built. Collective action, poor relief and diversification as weapons of the weak (The Campine, Belgium, 1350–1845)0
Coroners’ inquest juries in sixteenth-century England0
Reversible privatisation. Conflict, bricolage, and the sale of common lands in the Spanish province of Navarre, 1808–18600
Elisabeth van Houts, Married Life in the Middle Ages, 900–1300 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019). Pages viii + 298 + illustrations 3. £65.00 hardback.0
Law and Gospel Order: resolving commercial disputes in colonial Philadelphia0
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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 centuries0
A. B. Leonard, London marine insurance 1438–1824 (Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2022). Pages 217 + tables 6 + figures 3 + appendix. £95/$140 hardback.0
D. Acemoglu and S. Johnson, Power and Progress: Our Thousand-Year Struggle Over Technology and Prosperity (London: Basic Books, 2023). Pages vii + 546 + images 34. £20.00 hardcover.0
Barbara Crosbie, Age Relations and Cultural Change in Eighteenth-Century England (Woodbridge: the Boydell Press, 2020). Pages ix + 275 + figures 14 +graphs 3 + tables 12, £80 hardback, £24.99 ebook.0
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Bernard Capp, The Ties that Bind: Siblings, Family, and Society in Early Modern England (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2018). Pages xi + 222. £60.00 hardback.0
Peter L. Larson, Rethinking the Great Transition: Community and Economic Growth in County Durham, 1349–1660 (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2022). Pages xvi + 240 + maps and figures 18 + tables 10, 0
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Work and earning in the nineteenth century: Townley Colliery as a case study0
Francisco Garcia Gonzáles (ed.), Vivir en soledad. Viudedad, soltería y abandono en el mundo rural (España y America Latina, siglos XVI–XXI), [Living Alone, Widowhood, Singleness and Abandonment in Ru0
Merry E. Wiesner-Hanks, What is Early Modern History? (Medford, MA and Cambridge: Polity Press, 2021). Pages 154 +3 Images. Paperback £15.99.0
Oath-taking and the politics of secrecy in medieval and early modern British towns0
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Guido Alfani and Matteo Di Tullio, The Lion's Share: Inequality and the Rise of the Fiscal State in Preindustrial Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, Studies in Economic History, 2019). Pag0
Charlotte Berry, The Margins of Late Medieval London, 1430–1540 (London: University of London Press, 2022) Pages xl + 244 + figures 15 + tables 13. £40 hardback, £25 paperback, free eBook.0
Juan Vicente García Marsilla, Food Consumption in Medieval Iberia: A Socio-Economic Analysis, 13th–15th Centuries (London and New York: Routledge, 2022). Pages xvi + 288 + figures 26 + tables 40
Lindsay R. Moore, Women Before the Court: Law and Patriarchy in the Anglo-American World, 1600–1800 (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019). Pages viii + 175 + tables 7. £80.00 hardback.0
Afterword: hidden beauty0
Katie Donington, The bonds of family: Slavery, commerce and culture in the British Atlantic world (Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2020). Pages xiii + 320 + figures 18 + family trees 7. £80 h0
Neil Kaplan and Robert Morgan (eds), Lawyer, Scholar, Teacher and Activist: A Liber Amicorum in Honour of Derek Roebuck (HOLO Books: Arbitration Press, 2021). Pages 560. £35 hardback.0
Sarah Fox, Giving Birth in Eighteenth-Century England (London: University of London Press, 2022). Pages xiv + 254 + illustrations 4, £40 hardback, £25 paperback, & open access.0
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Missing from parish records: Anglican and nonconformist occupational differences and the economy of Wales c.18170
C. Maitte and D. Terrier, Les rythmes du labeur: Enquête sur le temps de travail en Europe occidentale XIVe – XIXe siècle (Paris: La Dispute/SNÉDIT, 2020). Pages 409 + fig0
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Poor Relief as ‘Improvement’: Moral and Spatial Economies of Care in Scotland, c.1720s–1790s—ADDENDUM0
A. Joskowicz, Rain of Ash: Roma, Jews and the Holocaust (Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2023). Pages xiii + 351 + figures 11. £28.00 hardback.0
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Elizabeth A. New (ed.), Records of the Jesus Guild in St Paul's Cathedral c. 1450–1550: An Edition of Oxford, Bodleian MS Tanner 221, and Associated Material London Record Society, vol. 56 (Woo0
Farewells, thanks and welcomes0
Complete gentlemen: Educational travel and family strategy 1650–1750 (The British Academy, Oxford University Press, 2022). Pages viii + 294 + illustration 9. £75.00 hardback.0
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Amanda L. Capern, Briony McDonagh and Jennifer Aston (eds)., Women and the Land 1500–1900. People, Markets, Goods: Economies and Societies in History 15 (Woodbridge: Boydell and Brewer, 2019). 0
Violetta Hionidou, Abortion and Contraception in Modern Greece, 1830–1967: Medicine, Sexuality and Popular Culture (London: Palgrave Macmillan 2020). Pages xix + 361 + b/w illustrations 2 + col0
Journeymen Migration and Settlement in Eighteenth-century Holland0
Performative openness and governmental secrecy in fourteenth century Valencia0
Olivette Otele, African Europeans: An Untold History (New York: Basic Books, 2021). Pages xi + 304. $30.00 hardback. $17.99 ebook.0
Kevin Siena, Rotten Bodies. Class & Contagion in Eighteenth-Century Britain (Yale UP, New Haven & London, 2019). Pages ix-x + 333. £30 hardback.0
Debasement and demography in England and France in the Later Middle Ages0
The materiality of secrets: everyday secrecy in postwar Soviet Union0
Silk textiles, crisis and adaptative strategies in Catalonia, 1770–1850s (Barcelona and Manresa)0
Hard numbers? The long-term decline in violence reassessed. Empirical objections and fresh perspectives – Corrigendum0
David Hitchcock and Julia McClure (eds), The Routledge History of Poverty, c.14501800 (London and New York: Routledge, 2021), pp. xxvii + 380 + figures 37 + tables 2 H/b £190, e-book £30
Tying the knot in language-divided Belgium. A research into marriage partner selection in Flemish municipalities along the language border with Wallonia, 1798–19380
Emma Griffin, Bread Winner: an Intimate History of the Victorian Economy (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2020). Pages xi + 389. £20 hardback.0
Keeping you in the dark: the Bastille archives and police secrecy in eighteenth-century France0
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A. Winroth and J. Wei (eds.), The Cambridge history of medieval canon law (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022). Pages xx + 617 + figures 12 + maps 2 + tables 1. £140 hardback. $180.00 0
A new perspective on the demographic transition: birth-baptism intervals in ten Spanish villages, 1830–19490
Partnership among peasants: rural England, 1270–15200
Maíra Ines Vendrame, Power in the Village: Social Networks, Honor and Justice among Immigrant Families from Italy to Brazil (London: Routledge, 2020). Pages xv + 243. 12 B/W Illustrations. £120 hardba0
Ch. Wickham, The Donkey and the Boat. Reinterpreting the Mediterranean Economy, 950-1180 (Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press, 2023). Pages xl + 795 + figures 46. £40.00 hardback.0
Lawyers in transition – Palestinian Arab lawyers in the first decade of the Jewish state0
Nate Holdren, Injury Impoverished: Workplace Accidents, Capitalism, and Law in the Progressive Era (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020). Pages xiii + 292 + tables 2. £47.99 hardback.0
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‘Poverty, gender and old age in the Victorian and Edwardian workhouse’0
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Laura Gowing, Ingenious Trade: Women and Work in Seventeenth Century London (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2022). Pages ix + 284 + figures 24 + tables 9, £29.99 hardback.0
Peter Collinge and Louise Falcini (eds.), Providing for the Poor: The Old Poor Law, 1750–1834 (London: Institute of Historical Research, 2022). Pages xv + 224 + 10 Images +5 Maps. £24.99 paperb0
Adam Smith revisited: the relationship between the English woollen manufacture and the availability of coal before the use of steam power0
Sabyasachi Bhattacharya, Archiving the British Raj: History of the Archival Policy of the Government of India, with Selected Documents, 1858–1947 (New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2019). Pag0
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