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 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
Book review: The Natural Law Foundations of Modern Social Theory: A Quest for Universalism
Mundo, J., vol. 29 (1): 117-122
To obey and to tell
Hollin, G., vol. 29 (1): 123-127
History and identity in Hayden Whites The Practical Past
Chorell, T. G., vol. 29 (1): 128-135

Volume 28 (5)

Visibility matters: Diagrammatic renderings of human evolution and diversity in physical, serological and molecular anthropology
Lipphardt, V., Sommer, M., vol. 28 (5): 3-16
Racial zigzags: Visualizing racial deviancy in German physical anthropology during the 20th century
Teicher, A., vol. 28 (5): 17-48
Traditions and innovations: Visualizations of human variation, c.1900-38
Lipphardt, V., vol. 28 (5): 49-79
What Is Race? UNESCO, mass communication and human genetics in the early 1950s
Bangham, J., vol. 28 (5): 80-107
Population-genetic trees, maps, and narratives of the great human diasporas
Sommer, M., vol. 28 (5): 108-145
Population genetics, cybernetics of difference, and pasts in the present: Soviet and post-Soviet maps on human variation
Bauer, S., vol. 28 (5): 146-167

Volume 28 (4)

On a not so chance encounter of neurophilosophy and science studies in a sleep laboratory
Langlitz, N., vol. 28 (4): 3-24
Debt, consumption and freedom: Social scientific representations of consumer credit in Anglo-America
Marron, D., vol. 28 (4): 25-43
From the native point of view: An insider/outsider perspective on folkloric archaism and modern anthropology in Albania
Doja, A., vol. 28 (4): 44-75
Psychiatric Penguins: Writing on psychiatry for Penguin Books, c.1950-c.1980
Miller, G., vol. 28 (4): 76-101
Book review: Carl Jung
Liebscher, M., vol. 28 (4): 102-105
Book review: Modernity and the Appearance of Idiocy: Intellectual Disability as a Regime of Truth
Goodey, C. F., vol. 28 (4): 106-107