History of the Human Sciences

History of the Human Sciences promotes research and publication in the broad range of disciplines covered by the human sciences. aims to expand our understanding of the human world through a broad interdisciplinary approach. The journal brings you publishes critical articles from sociology, psychology, anthropology and politics, and link their interests with those of philosophy, literary criticism, art history, linguistics, psychoanalysis, aesthetics and law.

Publisher: 
Sage Publishing
ISSN (print): 
0952-6951
ISSN (online): 
1461-720X

Latest articles

Volume 27 (4)

On relations between ethnology and psychology in historical context
Jahoda, G., vol. 27 (4): 3-21
The mental test as a boundary object in early-20th-century Russian child science
Byford, A., vol. 27 (4): 22-58
'Blind' to the obvious: Wittgenstein and Kohler on the obvious and the hidden
Dinishak, J., vol. 27 (4): 59-76
Reflections on the ruins of Athens and Rome: Derrida and Simmel on temporality, life and death
Hancock, B. H., Garner, R., vol. 27 (4): 77-97
Constructing a social subject: Autism and human sociality in the 1980s
Hollin, G., vol. 27 (4): 98-115
The growth and the stagnation of work stress: Publication trends and scientific representations 1960-2011
Vaananen, A., Murray, M., Kuokkanen, A., vol. 27 (4): 116-138
White psychologists only: The rise and fall of the Psychological Institute of the Republic of South Africa
Long, W., vol. 27 (4): 139-154
Book review: History and Psyche: Culture, Psychoanalysis and the Past
Barham, P., vol. 27 (4): 155-160
Book review: Gentlemen's Disagreement: Alfred Kinsey, Lewis Terman, and the Sexual Politics of Smart Men
Wake, N., vol. 27 (4): 161-166

Volume 27 (3)

'Human beings in the round': Towards a general theory of the human sciences
Gabriel, N., Kaspersen, L. B., vol. 27 (3): 3-19
What economists forgot (and what Wall Street and the City never learned): A sociological perspective on the crisis in economics
Mennell, S., vol. 27 (3): 20-37
The taming of the aristoi - an ancient Greek civilizing process?
Jorgensen, J. P., vol. 27 (3): 38-54
Towards a complex-figurational socio-linguistics: Some contributions from physics, ecology and the sciences of complexity
Bastardas-Boada, A., vol. 27 (3): 55-75
Figurational sociology and the rhetoric of post-philosophy
Dunne, S., vol. 27 (3): 76-95
The dawn of detachment: Norbert Elias and sociology's two tracks
Kilminster, R., vol. 27 (3): 96-115
Growing up beside you: A relational sociology of early childhood
Gabriel, N., vol. 27 (3): 116-135

Volume 27 (2)

Principles, dialectic and the common world of friendship: Socrates and Crito in conversation
Bonner, K., vol. 27 (2): 3-25
What is armchair anthropology? Observational practices in 19th-century British human sciences
Sera-Shriar, E., vol. 27 (2): 26-40
Gabriel Tarde's publics
Niezen, R., vol. 27 (2): 41-59
Crime as social excess: Reconstructing Gabriel Tarde's criminal sociology
Tonkonoff, S., vol. 27 (2): 60-74