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Book Sarah Fox (2022)
Giving Birth in Eighteenth-century England. (/isis/citation/CBB814819002/) unapi

Book Adrienne Edgar (2022)
Intermarriage and the Friendship of Peoples: Ethnic Mixing in Soviet Central Asia. (/isis/citation/CBB737096327/) unapi

Article LiLi Johnson (2022)
A Technology of Family: Photography and Kinship Formation in Transnational Adoption from Asia. American Quarterly (pp. 921-943). (/isis/citation/CBB463284142/) unapi

Book Sara Matthiesen (2021)
Reproduction Reconceived: Family Making and the Limits of Choice after Roe v. Wade. (/isis/citation/CBB740318677/) unapi

Article A. Desmond; A. Darwin (2021)
T. H. Huxley’s turbulent apprenticeship years: John Charles Cooke and the John Salt scandal. Archives of Natural History (pp. 215-226). (/isis/citation/CBB807422529/) unapi

Book Elizabeth LaCouture (2021)
Dwelling in the World: Family, House, and Home in Tianjin, China, 1860–1960. (/isis/citation/CBB338457805/) unapi

Book Mark Jackson (2021)
Broken Dreams: An Intimate History of the Midlife Crisis. (/isis/citation/CBB483736678/) unapi

Article Juliana Broad (2021)
Working in cases: British psychiatric social workers and a history of psychoanalysis from the middle, c.1930–60. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 169-194). (/isis/citation/CBB031449395/) unapi

Book Rita Koganzon (2021)
Liberal States, Authoritarian Families: Childhood and Education in Early Modern Thought. (/isis/citation/CBB123030476/) unapi

Article Alix Cooper (2021)
Natural History as a Family Enterprise: Kinship and Inheritance in Eighteenth-Century Science. Berichte zur Wissenschaftsgeschichte (pp. 211-227). (/isis/citation/CBB200681045/) unapi

Book Robbie Duschinsky (2020)
Cornerstones of Attachment Research. (/isis/citation/CBB295963650/) unapi

Book Jessie Hewitt (2020)
Institutionalizing Gender: Madness, the Family, and Psychiatric Power in Nineteenth-Century France. (/isis/citation/CBB633349901/) unapi

Article Tiffany Jenks; Angela Wanhalla (2020)
Psychological Casualties: War Neurosis, Rehabilitation, and the Family in Post–World War II New Zealand. Health and History (pp. 1-25). (/isis/citation/CBB209051658/) unapi

Article Lewis Charles Smith (2019)
Marketing modernity: Business and family in British Rail’s “Age of the Train” campaign, 1979–84. The Journal of Transport History (pp. 363-394). (/isis/citation/CBB368310828/) unapi

Book Juliette Rigondet (2019)
Un village pour aliénés tranquilles. (/isis/citation/CBB605654043/) unapi

Book Geoffrey Channon (2019)
Richard Potter, Beatrice Webb's father and corporate capitalist. (/isis/citation/CBB763430617/) unapi

Article Devasmita Chakraverty; Sarah N. Newcomer; Kelly Puzio; et al. (2018)
It Runs in the Family: The Role of Family and Extended Social Networks in Developing Early Science Interest. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society (pp. 27-38). (/isis/citation/CBB531316217/) unapi

Book Erin Heidt-Forsythe (2018)
Between Families and Frankenstein: The Politics of Egg Donation in the United States. (/isis/citation/CBB151853995/) unapi

Book Brett L. Walker (2018)
A Family History of Illness: Memory as Medicine. (/isis/citation/CBB873649337/) unapi

Article Deborah Weinstein (2018)
Sexuality, Therapeutic Culture, and Family Ties in the United States After 1973. History of Psychology (pp. 273-289). (/isis/citation/CBB686551212/) unapi


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