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 28 (1)

Confronting the brain in the classroom: Lycee policy and pedagogy in France, 1874-1902
McGrath, L., vol. 28 (1): 3-24
Avestan studies in Imperial Germany: Sciences of text and sound
Kaplan, J. R. H., vol. 28 (1): 25-43
Giambattista Vico and the principles of cultural psychology: A programmatic retrospective
Tateo, L., vol. 28 (1): 44-65
The illusion of autonomy: Locating humanism in existential-psychoanalytic social theory
Han, S., vol. 28 (1): 66-83
Citizens at work: Evolutionism, functionalism, progressivism and industrial psychology in the writings of Arland D. Weeks
Lafuente, E., Loredo, J. C., Castro, J., vol. 28 (1): 84-97
Adapting, defending and transforming ourselves: Conceptualizations of self practices in the social science literature
Karakayali, N., vol. 28 (1): 98-117
Travels without a donkey: The adventures of Bruno Latour
Turner, C., vol. 28 (1): 118-138
Book review: The Open Mind: Cold War Politics and the Sciences of Human Nature
Gitre, E. J. K., vol. 28 (1): 139-143
Book review: Genes, Cells and Brains: The Promethean Promises of the New Biology and Bio-Objects: Life in the 21st Century
Levin, N., vol. 28 (1): 144-152

Volume 27 (5)

Valedictory editorial
Good, J. M. M., vol. 27 (5): 3-5
Foucault and Soviet biopolitics
Prozorov, S., vol. 27 (5): 6-25
The domestication of Foucault: Government, critique, war
Allen, A., Goddard, R., vol. 27 (5): 26-53
From phrenology to the laboratory: Physiological psychology and the institution of science in Britain (c.1830-80)
Quick, T., vol. 27 (5): 54-73
Imprimi potest: Roman Catholic censoring of psychology and psychoanalysis in the early 20th century
Kugelmann, R., vol. 27 (5): 74-90
The emergence and development of psychopathy
Horley, J., vol. 27 (5): 91-110
Revisiting early sociological studies on addiction: Interactions with collectives
Chen, J.-s., vol. 27 (5): 111-125
Quantifying the quiet epidemic: Diagnosing dementia in late 20th-century Britain
Wilson, D., vol. 27 (5): 126-146
The pitfalls of bombast: A response to Stephen Dunne's 'Figurational sociology and the rhetoric of post-philosophy'
Kilminster, R., vol. 27 (5): 147-150
Response to Kilminster: Figurational sociology without the sophistry
Dunne, S., vol. 27 (5): 151-154

Volume 27 (4)

On relations between ethnology and psychology in historical context
Jahoda, G., vol. 27 (4): 3-21