Those of you interested in demographic and social histories of families, especially in early America, might be interested in the latest issue of The History of the Family, which includes a section on colonial families. This includes Kate Fawver’s introduction, and three articles: John J. Navin’s “‘The time of most distress’: Plymouth plantation’s demographic crisis,” Ross W. Beales Jr.’s “A minister’s bereavement and remarriage: Ebeneezer Parkman of Westborough, Massachusetts,” and Kate Fawver’s “Neolocality and household structure in Early America.”
Other recently released advance access publications include:
- Jane Berney, “Writing women’s histories: women in the colonial record of nineteenth-century Hong Kong,” Women’s History Review (advance access).
- Michèle Barrett and Peter Stallybrass, “Printing, Writing and a Family Archive: Recording the First World War,” History Workshop Journal (advance access).
- Christine Weir, “‘Deeply Interested in These Children Whom You Have Not Seen’: The Protestant Sunday School View of the Pacific, 1900–1940,” Journal of Pacific History (advance access).