Household and Family in the Balkans: Two Decades of Historical Family Research at University of Graz

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Karl Kaser
LIT Verlag Münster, 2012 - History - 625 pages
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On the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the foundation of the 'Balkan Family History Project' at the University of Graz in 1993, this volume unites the most outstanding essays by the project members that have appeared over the course of the previous two decades, scattered in various journals and books. These essays cover the interval from the 19th to the 21st century and reflect the current status of Balkan family research in historical, anthropological, and demographical perspectives. (Series: Studies on South East Europe - Vol. 13)
 

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Contents

The area covered by the Albanian population census of 1918 and major Albanian cities
332
Religion in Shkodra 1918
360
Household typology in Shkodra 1918
361
Occupational groups in Shkodra 1918
362
2008
365
Hannes Grandits and Siegfried Gruber
387
Karl Kaser
407
Eastern Europe 16th century with indication of the Hajnals line as assumed transiton zone
418

Hannes Grandits
129
Eastern Europe in the 16th century
148
The Baltic states in the 16th century
151
The Balkans in the 16th century
154
Male Domination Property and Family
181
Ulf Brunnbauer
203
Siegfried Gruber and Robert Pichler
231
Different Patterns in Serbia
255
The Development of Family and Household Structures in Serbia in
273
Pastoral Economy and Family in the Dinaric and Pindus Mountains
289
Ulf Brunnbauer
305
URBAN SPACE
327
Traditional household formation patterns in Southeastern Europe
419
Robert Pichler
421
Karl Kaser
438
Hannes Grandits
453
Ulf Brunnbauer and Anelia Kassabova
481
Ulf Brunnbauer and Karin Taylor
492
Robert Pichler
523
Hannes Grandits
539
Two Croatian Localities 2010
587
SOURCE CITATIONS
617
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