This series exemplifies the value of interdisciplinary work and includes books on topics such as family, kinship and neighbourhood; welfare provision and social control; work and leisure; migration; urban growth; and legal structures and procedures, as well as more familiar matters. It demonstrates that, for example, anthropology and economics have become as close intellectual neighbours to history as have political philosophy and biography.
General Editors: Richard Smith, Cambridge Group for the History of Population and Social Structure; Jan De Vries, University of California, Berkeley; Paul Johnson, London School of Economics and Political Science; Keith Wrightson, Yale University, Connecticut
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