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UC Croatia Project: A project in family reconstitution and demographic
analysis in Croatia-Slavonia c. 1700-1900, conducted in cooperation with the
Archive of Croatia and the Institute for Ethnology and Folklore, Zagreb.
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Abstracts of papers given at meetings but not
- Kinship-based politics and the optimal size of kin
groups. PNAS 102: 11951-11956. 2005.
- Chayanov revisited: a model for the economics of
complex kin units. PNAS 102, 19:7043-7046. 2005.
- Demographic instability and kinship in
anthropological populations. PNAS 102, 6:2248-2253. 2005.
- Kinship Structures and Survival: Maternal
Mortality on the Croatian-Bosnian Border 1750-1898. Population Studies 58
(2):145-59. 2004. (with A. Gullickson)
mortality as an indicator of levels and changes in the standard of living
in 18th and 19th century Slavonia. In The quality of life in
pre-industrial Europe, Robert C. Allen, Tommy Bengtsson and Martin Dribe,
eds., pp. 277-306. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 2004. (with A.
Gullickson) No electronic reprint available.
- The migration of Serbs and Albanians
within and between Kosovo and Inner Serbia. In Les minorit?? --
minorities. Guy Brunet, Michel Oris
and Alain Bideau (eds.), pp. 145-174. New York: Peter Lang. 2004.
(with Mirjana Stevanovic).
dynamics and political stability. National Academies Press (http://books.nap.edu/books/0309085306/html/31.html#pagetop).
2002. (with Erik Smith)
fish stinks from the head: Ethnic diversity, segregation, and the
collapse of Yugoslavia. Demographic Research 22:35:1097-1142.
http://www.demographic-research.org/volumes/vol22/35/ (With Carl Mason and Mirjana