Journal of Family History

(The TQCC of Journal of Family History 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 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
A fame, peste et bello libera nos Domine: An Analysis of the Black Death in Chioggia in 163013
Family, Memory, and Identity: An Introduction11
How Do Family Historians Work with Memory?9
Negotiating Memory and Restoring Identity in Broken Families in Eighteenth-century Denmark6
Understanding Divorce Trends and Risks: The Case of Norway 1886–20185
Aunting as Family Shadow-Work3
Experiences of Misattributed Parentage Communities: Impacts of Discovering New Familial Kinships3
Like Father, Like Son”: The Importance of Fathers in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-century Rural Spain3
Introduction: The Politics of Family Secrecy3
Family Secrecy: Experiences of Danish German Children Born of War, 1940–20192
Keeping the Nation’s Secrets: “Colonial Storytelling” within Australian Families2
Childless Families in Languedoc in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries2
A Child Marriage in Early Colonial Cuzco2
The Power of Emotions: Negotiating Mother–Daughter Relationships in Seventeenth-century Hungary2
Childhood during the Holodomor 1932–1933 in Ukraine (in the South of Ukraine)1
Family Livelihood, Social Class and Mothers’ Self-cognition: The Transformation of “Mothering” in Japanese Colonial Taiwan (1895–1945)1
The Historical Background of the Popularity of Genealogies in Korea1
Denied Paternity: Parental Rights and the Guardianship of Infants in Ireland, 1937–19641
Same-sex Marriage Over 26 Years: Marriage and Divorce Trends in Rural and Urban Norway1
Afterlives: Testimonies of Irish Catholic Mothers on Infant Death and the Fate of the Unbaptized1
Suffer the Children? Divorce and Child Welfare in Postwar Britain1
The Family as a Locus of Illness: Secrecy, Suffering, and Institutional Practices1
Tort Tales, Gold Diggers, and the Crusade against Heart Balm1
Religious Patronage as Gendered Family Memory in Sixteenth-century England1
Reproduction in the Archipelago of the Aegean 1920–2016: Long-Term Trends and Recent Upturns1
Slave Women and Their Descendants among the Upper Classes in Tetouan, Morocco (1859–1956): Between Recognition and Conflict1
Mapping the Household State: Treatment of Disobedient Children in Early Modern Denmark and Sweden1
The Historical–Demographic Heritage of the Ottoman and Austro-Hungarian Empires through Marriage Patterns in Serbia: The Case of Sremska Mitrovica and Šabac, 1900 to 20111
“Advanced Marriage Technique”: Sex as a Perfectible Skill in Mid-twentieth-century American Marriage Manuals1
The Family as “Best Weapon.” Instrumentalizing German Health Care Discourses in Upper Silesia During the Interwar Period1
The Rebuilding of Fragmented Memories, Broken Families and Rootless Selves among Danish Care Leavers1
Till Death Do Us Part: Laborers’ Marriage Practices in Late Victorian New Zealand1
Rural–Urban Fertility Convergence, Differential Stopping Behavior, and Contraceptive Method Mix in West Bengal, India: A Spatiotemporal Analysis1
How Silence Became “Outdated”: Secrecy, Anonymity and Artificial Insemination by Donor in Belgium, 1950s-1990s1
Carrying the Family in the Body: Family Trajectories of Paraguayan Women in the Paraná Tri-Border Area1
Selfless Subjectivities that (Re)Build the Nation: Remaking the “Modern Turkish Woman” in the Early Republican Period in Türkiye1
Demographic Transition and the Industrial Revolution in England: Inverse Rural and Urban Processes1
Book Review: Stories from Saddle Mountain: Autobiographies of a Kiowa Family by Henrietta Tongkeamha and Raymond Tongkeamnha0
Striking a Balance: Sibling Emotionality and the Negotiation of Power in an Eighteenth-Century Noble Family of the Austrian Netherlands0
Migration Experiences, Learning and Identity (Re)construction: An Analysis of the Autobiographical Story of Neža Gerkšič, a.k.a. Agnes Lacroix0
Aging Without Children in Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century Rural Estonia0
Book Review: Keeping Family in an Age of Long Distance Trade, Imperial Expansion, and Exile, 1550–1850 by Heather Dalton0
Book Review: Republican Passions: Family, Friendship and Politics in Nineteenth-Century France by Foley, Susan K.0
Book Review: Fighter, Worker, and Family Man. German-Jewish Men and Their Gendered Experiences in Nazi Germany, 1933–1941 by Sebastian Huebel0
Between Family, Nation, and Scholarship: Negotiating Ancestral Origins in Post-1945 South Korea0
The Crusading Furnivals: Family Tradition, Political Expediency and Social Pressure in Crusade Motivation0
Book Review: Rituals and Sisterhoods: Single Women’s Households in Mexico, 1560–1750 by Amos Megged0
The Women's National Abortion Action Coalition & the Abortion Tribunals, 1971–19720
Sadie Hawkins in American Life, 1937-19570
Book Review: Remarriage and Stepfamilies in East Central Europe, 1600-1900 by Erdélyi, Gabriella and András Péter Szabó0
Middle-class Fathers, Sons, and Mental Illness in Late Victorian and Edwardian England0
Book Reviews: From Vichy to the Sexual Revolution: Gender and Family Life in Postwar France0
Book Review: The Kindertransport: Contesting Memory0
Book Review: A Genealogy of Dissent: The Progeny of Fallen Royals in Chosŏn Korea0
Book Review: Modernity, Domesticity and Temporality in Russia: Time at Home by Rebecca Friedman0
Marriage, Family Planning, and Birth Control Discourses in Latvia during the Wars, 1914–19200
Merit, Marriage, and Privilege: The Emperor's Son-in-Law and His Family in the Early Qing Dynasty0
Marriage, Military, and War: Prosecuting Bigamy in Victoria, Australia 1914–19450
Rethinking Consanguineous Marriages in a Diasporic Setting: A Case Study of ar-Rashidiyya Kinship Community in Germany0
Book Review: The Decline of Marriage in Namibia: Kinship and Social Class in Rural Community0
Book Review: Birthing the West: Mothers and Midwives in the Rockies and Plains by Jennifer Hill0
What Difference Does a (Disabled) Husband Make? Disabled Veterans, Women, and the Limits of Population Policy in the Third Reich0
Book Review: The Queer Art of History: Queer Kinship After Fascism by Evans, Jennifer V.0
Book Review: The Origins of Macho: Men and Masculinity in Colonial Mexico by Lipsett-Rivera, Sonya0
Book Review: Stalin’s Niños: Educating Spanish Civil War Refugee Children in the Soviet Union, 1937–1951 by Karl D. Qualls0
Book Review: Slavery, Fatherhood, and Paternal Duty in African American Communities Over the Long Nineteenth Century by Libra R. Hilde0
Book Review: The Birth Certificate: An American History by Susan J. Pearson0
Book Review: American Gold Digger: Marriage, Money, and the Law from the Ziegfeld Follies to Anna Nicole Smith0
Book Review: Strange Bedfellows: Marriage in the Age of Women’s Liberation0
Book Review: Women of the Country House in Ireland, 1860–1914 by Maeve O’Riordan0
Book Review: We Don’t Know Ourselves: A Personal History of Ireland Since 1958 by O’Toole, FintanFinal Report of the Commission of Investigation into Mother and Baby Homes by Government 0
Book Review: Women and Credit in Pre-Industrial Europe0
The Shadows of Family Life: Mistreated Girls Admitted to the Casa de Misericordia in Barcelona in the Eighteenth Century0
Book Review: Memory, Reconciliation, and Reunions in South Korea: Crossing the Divide by Nan Kim0
Professors Down the Aisle: Academic Marriage Patterns in the Seventeenth Century Dutch Republic0
Book Review: Constructing the Family: Marriage and Work in Nineteenth-Century English Law by Luke Taylor0
An Unbeloved Heir? A Reassessment of Louis the Stammerer's Role in the Last Years of Charles the Bald's Reign and its Implications for Understanding Carolingian Rule0
Statistics and Genealogy: A Match Made in Heaven? The Forecasting and Inference Tool, an Application of the Central Limit Theorem in Genealogical Research0
Book Review: Intelligent Love: The Story of Clara Park, Her Autistic Daughter, and the Myth of the Refrigerator Mother by Marga Vicedo0
Book Review: Women and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia by Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Alexandra Guerson, and Dana Wessel0
Poverty Risks of Women in Ancient China: How Social Institutions Shaped the Poverty Risks Faced by Women During the Ming-Qing Period0
Inheritance and Emotions: Performing the Patriarch in an Aristocratic Stepfamily in Seventeenth-Century Habsburg Hungary0
Book Review: A Cultural History of Marriage in the Renaissance and Early Modern Age by Joanne M. Ferraro0
Book Review: Allies and Obstacles Disability Activism and Parents of Children with Disabilities0
Violent and Abusive Behaviour in Nineteenth-Century Marriage in Bohemia0
Family and Vocation in the Early Italian Renaissance: Boccaccio and Narratives of Filial Freedom0
Book Review: The Poison Plot: A Tale of Adultery and Murder in Colonial Newport by Elaine Forman Crane0
Crossing the Boundaries of Gender: Care Experiences Among Bolivian Aymara Migrant Women in the Andean Triple-Border0
Book Review: Reading Canadian Women’s and Gender History0
“Quantity Itself Generates Quality”: Family Conceptions Between Catholicism, Nationalism, and Eugenics in Slovakia in the Late 1930s and Early 1940s0
‘Going her Own Road’: The Tortured Path to Economic Independence in Late Colonial New South Wales0
Differential Nuptiality and Fertility in the Länder of the Austrian Empire (1828–1865)0
Book Review: A Troubled Marriage: Indigenous Elites of the Colonial Americas, by McEnroe, Sean F0
Book Review: Strangers in the Family. Gender, Patriliny, and the Chinese in Colonial Indonesia by Seng Guo-Quan0
“Why Cant 2 Brothers”? World War I and Britain’s Deceased Brother’s Widow Act of 19210
“Bigamists” in Bologna, 1350–15000
Savers and Borrowers in the Swedish Working Class During the 19th Century—A Life Cycle Perspective0
Book Review: Colonial Kinship: Guarani, Spaniards, and Africans in Paraguay by Austin, Michael Shawn0
Death in Rural Georgia: A Historical Comparison of Georgians and Ossets in the Kistauri Commune0
Three Generations of Free Colored Women in St. Croix. 1750–18500
Book Review: Home Economics: Domestic Service and Gender in Urban Southern Africa by Hepburn, Sacha0
Birth Control as a National Challenge: Nationalizing Concepts of Families in Eastern Europe, 1914–19390
Book Review: The Poverty of Disaster: Debt and Insecurity in Eighteenth-Century Britain0
Book Review: Reckoning with Slavery: Gender, Kinship, and Capitalism in the Early Black Atlantic by Jennifer L. Morgan0
Book Review: Family Histories of World War II: Survivors and Descendants by Roisin Healy and Gearoid Barry0
Legacies of Legibility: Genealogical Story-Telling as an Echo of State Power0
Hera, The Perfect Wife? Features and Paradoxes of the Greek Goddess of Marriage0
Book Review: An Elite Family in Early Modern England: The Temples of Stowe and Burton Bassett 1570–1656 by O’Day, Rosemary0
The “Escape” Behavior and Strategy of Married Lahu Women in Southwest China0
Who am I? The Politics of Lying, Not Knowing and Truth-Telling in the West German History of Child Adoption0
Book Review: Burning the Breeze: Three Generations of Women in the American West by Lisa Hendrickson0
A Father against his Daughter on Marriage Choice: A 1823 Rapto Trial in Chile0
Book Review: Negotiating Racial Politics in the Family: Transnational Histories Touched by National Socialism and Apartheid0
Child Naming Patterns as an Indication of Assimilation: A Case Study in Eastern Washington’s Selbu Community0
Book Review: Histoires d’Enfance”: French Children in Troubled Times (Eighteenth to Twentieth Centuries)0
Book Review: Imperial Zions: Religion, Race, and Family in the American West and the Pacific by Hendrix-Komoto, Amanda0
Selling Anonymity: The Market for Secrecy Around Illegitimate Births0
Between Economy and Social Coercion: Nuptiality in Transition. The Case of the Don Army Territory (Southern Russia), 1867–19160
Family, Class, Honor, Manhood: Lieutenant Edmond de Lotbinière Joly in India, Paris, and Crimea, 1850–18570
Book Review: Sex, Gender, and Illegitimacy in the Castilian Noble Family, 1400-1600 by Coolidge, Grace E.0
Fornication and Illegitimacy in Reformation Geneva: Cases from the Consistory, 1542–15580
Book Review: Men Out of Focus: The Soviet Masculinity Crisis in the Long Sixties by Marko Dumančić0
Book Review: Marriage, Household, and Home in Modern Russia: From Peter the Great to Vladimir Putin by Barbara Alpern Engel0
Book Review: Birth Control and American Modernity: A History of Popular Ideas0
Book Review: Sex and the Married Girl: Heterosexual Marriage and the Body in Postwar Canada by Stanley, Heather0
Population Crisis in Interwar Czechoslovakia: Building up a Healthy Family0
Book Review: Mobilizing Japanese Youth: The Cold War and the Making of the Sixties Generation by Christopher Gerteis0
Book Review: Children of Uncertain Fortune: Mixed-Race Jamaicans in Britain and the Atlantic Family, 1733–1833 by Daniel Livesay0
Two Such Different Worlds: Edward J. Hedican and Catherine Anne Wilson on Family and Community in Rural Ontario in the Victorian era0
Corrigendum to Social Cohesion and Resilience in First Australian Family and Kinship Networks0
Book Review: Polarized Families, Polarized Parties: Contesting Values and Economics in American Politics0
‘It Gives Great Relief to My Mind’ – Family Involvement at Children's Committal to the Sister of Mercy run Irish Industrial Schools, 1868–19360
Book Review: Mexico in the Time of Cholera0
The Role of Women as Agents and Beneficiaries in the Hungarian Family Planning System (1914–1944)0
Book Review: Visions of Kinship in Medieval Europe0
Book Review: Les Quinze Joies de Mariage by Anon0
Mixed Marriages in Late Nineteenth to Early Twentieth Century: Comparing Russia and Norway0
Debating Social Change and the Jewish Nation: The Polish-Jewish Weekly Ewa on Jewish Families and Birth Control (1928–1933)0
“Father’s a Cowardly Custard”: Peter Pan and the Crisis of Victorian Fatherhood0
Marriage in Politics, Politics in Marriage: A Transylvanian Parliamentary Representative's Kinship Networks at Political Turning Points0
Paposo and the Genealogy of the Changos in the Atacama Desert Coast0
Book Review: Love, Power, and Gender in Seventeenth-Century French Fairy Tales by Bronwyn Reddan0
Women and Power: The Power and Status of the Wives of the Dukes for Fulfilling the Sage in the Kong Lineage in Qufu Since the Qing Dynasty0
Postmodern Queering of Family in 101 Reykjavik0
Book Review: Empire, Kinship and Violence: Family Histories, Indigenous Rights and the Making of Settler Colonialism, 1770–1842 by Elizabeth Elbourne0
A Realpolitik of Ethics. Behind the Specificity of the French ART System (1972–1994)0
Book review: The Persistence of Slavery: An Economic History of Child Trafficking in Nigeria by Robin P. Chapdelaine0
Ok lá þar at óvilja hennar: A Reconsideration of Sexual Violence in the Old Norse World0
Book Review: Catholic Social Networks in Early Modern England: Kinship, Gender, and Coexistence by Lisa McClain0
Book Review: The Camp Fire Girls: Gender, Race, and American Girlhood, 1910–1980 by Helgren, Jennifer0
Book Review: Crossing the Gate: Everyday Lives of Women in Song Fujian (960-1279), by Xu, Man0
Book Review: What Is Work? Gender at the Crossroads of Home, Family, and Business from the Early Modern Era to the Present, Sarti, Raffaella, Anna Bellavitis, and Manuela Martini, eds0
Book Review: Countless Blessings: A History of Childbirth and Reproduction in the Sahel by Barbara MacGowan Cooper0
Book Review: The Last Heir: The Triumphs and Tragedies of Two Montana Families by Bill Vaughn0
Book Review: Diaspora’s Homeland: Modern China in the Age of Global Migration0
Rural Abandonment in the Balkans: Case Study of a Serbian Village0
The Bezbaroa Household of Colonial Calcutta: Microcosm of Changing Family Dynamics0
Taking the Unfilial Son to the Police: Family Conflicts and State Intervention in Republican Beijing0
Family Conceptions at the Intersection of Feminism, Public Health, and Nationalism in Czechoslovakia (1918–1939)0
Left on a Doorstep: The Role of Infant Abandonment in Preserving and Exposing Family Secrets in Australia 1834–19540
A Quest for Roots and Kinship: Family History in the Television Series Allt För Sverige (The Great Swedish Adventure)0
Book Review: On the Queerness of Early English Drama: Sex in the Subjunctive by Tison Pugh0