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.

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Latest articles

Volume 29 (3)

Callard, F., Hayward, R., Nicholls, A., vol. 29 (3): 3-7
How to do the history of the self
Hofman, E., vol. 29 (3): 8-24
'The Germans are beating us at our own game: American eugenics and the German sterilization law of 1933
Klautke, E., vol. 29 (3): 25-43
From human science to biology: The second synthesis of Ronald Fisher
Esposito, M., vol. 29 (3): 44-62
Politics and academy in the Argentinian social sciences of the 1960s: Shadows of imperialism and sociological espionage
Gil, G. J., vol. 29 (3): 63-90
The Cambridge Foucault Lexicon
Gordon, C., vol. 29 (3): 91-110
Book review: The Politics of Wounds: Military Patients and Medical Power in the First World War
Gehrhardt, M., vol. 29 (3): 111-114
Book review: Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft. Soziologie. Unvollendet 1919-1920
Adair-Toteff, C., vol. 29 (3): 115-120

Volume 29 (2)

The Frankfurt School: Philosophy and (political) economy: A thematic introduction by the editors
Rothe, M., Ronge, B., vol. 29 (2): 3-22
The controversy over Friedrich Pollocks state capitalism
Gangl, M., vol. 29 (2): 23-41
Henryk Grossman and Critical Theory
Kuhn, R., vol. 29 (2): 42-59
Negative dialectics and the critique of economic objectivity
Bonefeld, W., vol. 29 (2): 60-76
Subjectivity and its crisis: Commodity mediation and the economic constitution of objectivity and subjectivity
Engster, F., vol. 29 (2): 77-95
Historical-sociology vs. ontology: The role of economy in Otto Kirchheimer and Carl Schmitts essays 'Legality and Legitimacy
Olson, K., vol. 29 (2): 96-112
Materialist Epistemontology: Sohn-Rethel with Marx and Spinoza
Kordela, A. K., vol. 29 (2): 113-129

Volume 29 (1)

Restoration commerce and the instruments of trust: Robert Boyle and the science of money
Day, M., vol. 29 (1): 3-26
From facial expressions to bodily gestures: Passions, photography and movement in French 19th-century sciences
Pichel, B., vol. 29 (1): 27-48
'Now you see them, now you dont. Sexual deviants and sexological expertise in communist Czechoslovakia
Liskova, K., vol. 29 (1): 49-74
Toward a reterritorialization of cultural theory: Estonian theory from Baer via Uexküll to Lotman
Tamm, M., Kull, K., vol. 29 (1): 75-98
Therapeutic culture, authenticity and neo-liberalism
Foster, R., vol. 29 (1): 99-116