Cross-readings along the axes of periods:

The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
The fecund periods, when the most heroes and geniuses come forth from the terrain of culture in all its ebullience, are rich in masculinity and femininity.
The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
Those periods that had only wars, with few representative heroes because the epic breath flattened them out, were exclusively virile periods those that denied the heroic instinct and, turning toward the past, annihilated themselves in dreams of peace, were periods in which femininity was dominant.
The Manifesto of Futurist Woman [EN] (1912)
We are living at the end of one of these periods.
A Cyborg Manifesto [EN] (1984)
Within the framework of three major stages of capitalism (commercial/ early industrial, monopoly, multinational) --tied to nationalism, imperialism, and multinationalism, and related to Jameson's three dominant aesthetic periods of realism, modernism, and postmodernism --I would argue that specific forms of families dialectically relate to forms of capital and to its political and cultural concomitants.