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Volume XVI, Issue 1, January-June 2022

Editors’ Note: Traian Rotariu, who was the “Transylvanian Sociologist” for me

Cătălin Zamfir

The European Rural Stem Family as a Determinant of Illegitimacy

Antoinette Fauve-Chamoux

Pages 9-44

The Evolution of Women’s Status in 15th-century Moldova

Şarolta Solcan

Pages 45-60

The Population of Timişoara at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries

Corneliu Pădurean

Pages 61-74

Local Human Development of Rural Places in Romania: a Community Capitals Framework

Dumitru Sandu

Pages 75-94

Territorial Disparities in Hospital Capacity during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Evidence from Romania

Anca Monica Marin, Manuela Sofia Stănculescu

Pages 95-120

Demographic Resilience versus Pronatalism

Cornelia Mureşan

Pages 121-126

Special Issue: Volume XV, Issue 2, July-December 2021
Orphanhood in East-Central and South-Eastern Europe (18th-20th Century)

The Cause of the Fatherless: Spiritual and Material Guardianship in Eighteenth Century Transylvania

Oana Sorescu-Iudean

Pages 5-38

Institutional Care for Orphaned Children in the Kingdom of Hungary (From Private Charity to a State System)

Ingrid Kušniráková

Pages 39-62

Overseeing Orphans’ Care: The Presidents of the Orphan Courts in Transylvania during Dualism

Ovidiu-Emil Iudean, Nicoleta Hegedűs

Pages 63-88

Hungary’s Forgotten Foundlings: State Care for “Abandoned” Children at the Turn of the 20th Century

Friederike Kind-Kovács

Pages 89-114

“Children of the Nation”. An Overview of Aid and Benefits Paid to WWI Orphans as Reflected in Data from the Official Gazette of the Kingdom of Romania (1918-1939)

Elena Crinela Holom

Pages 115-138