"Broken Childhoods: Rural and Urban Non-Adult Health during the Industrial Revolution in Northern England (Eighteenth–Nineteenth Centuries)" mentioned in "The Conversation"
The Conversation piece, "Child Malnutrition: Lessons from the Victorian Age" mentions "Broken Childhoods," authored by Rebecca L. Gowland, Anwen Caffell, Sophie Newman, Alysa Levene, and Malin Holst. This study presents the first direct comparison of the bioarchaeological evidence for non-adult health from contemporaneous urban and rural sites from the north of England. These skeletons "provide a biographical account of social injustice, which ravaged their bodies and led to their untimely deaths."
The full article may be found here: https://doi.org/10.5744/bi.2018.1015.