History of the Human Sciences articles

Volume 27 (2)

Deprived of touch: How maternal and sensory deprivation theory converged in shaping early debates over autism
Raz, M., vol. 27 (2): 75-96
Historical resonances of the DSM-5 dispute: American exceptionalism or Eurocentrism?
Pilgrim, D., vol. 27 (2): 97-117
The ordeal of solitude
Blum, A., vol. 27 (2): 118-132
Book review: A Guided Science: History of Psychology in the Middle of its Making
Pleh, C., vol. 27 (2): 133-135
Book review: An Alternative History of Hyperactivity: Food Additives and the Feingold Diet
Evans, B., vol. 27 (2): 136-141

Volume 27 (1)

Max Weber's charismatic prophets
Adair-Toteff, C., vol. 27 (1): 3-20
Collectivity, human fulfilment and the 'force of life': Wilfred Trotter's concept of the herd instinct in early 20th-century Britain
Swanson, G., vol. 27 (1): 21-50
Heidegger's influence on posthumanism: The destruction of metaphysics, technology and the overcoming of anthropocentrism
Rae, G., vol. 27 (1): 51-69
Why sociologists abandoned the sick role concept
Burnham, J. C., vol. 27 (1): 70-87
Disorders of inattention and hyperactivity: The production of responsible subjects
Bowden, G., vol. 27 (1): 88-107
Critique is a thing of this world: Towards a genealogy of critique
Boland, T., vol. 27 (1): 108-123
Explanation, understanding and determinism in Pierre Bourdieu's sociology
Peters, G., vol. 27 (1): 124-149
Book review: Identities and Social Change in Britain since 1940: The Politics of Method
Morgan, M., vol. 27 (1): 150-154

Volume 26 (5)

The extent of cognitivism
Arponen, V. P. J., vol. 26 (5): 3-21
There is no evidence of 'latent cognitivism' in Peter Hacker's treatment of criteria
Tissaw, M. A., vol. 26 (5): 22-26
On the extent of cognitivism: A response to Michael Tissaw
Arponen, V. P. J., vol. 26 (5): 27-30
Scent in science and culture
Hoffmann, B., vol. 26 (5): 31-47
Testing musical ability: An American dissenter and some related historical comparisons
Treichler, F. R., vol. 26 (5): 48-68
The gravity of eros in the contemporary: Introduction to the special section
Horvath, A., Szakolczai, A., vol. 26 (5): 69-78
The fascination with eros: The role of passionate interests under communism
Horvath, A., vol. 26 (5): 79-97
In liminal tension towards giving birth: Eros, the educator
Szakolczai, A., vol. 26 (5): 98-113
Eros and ironic intoxication: Profound longing, madness and discipleship in Plato's Symposium and in modern life
Bonner, K., vol. 26 (5): 114-131
Hermes as Eros in Plato's Lysis
Heyking, J. v., vol. 26 (5): 132-154
Book review: The Truth Machine: A Social History of the Lie Detector
Balmer, A. S., vol. 26 (5): 155-161
Book review: The Science of Deception: Psychology and Commerce in America
Keller, D., vol. 26 (5): 162-165
Book review: Depression in Japan: Psychiatric Cures for a Society in Distress
Angel, K., vol. 26 (5): 166-170
Book review: Preparing for Life in Humanity 2.0
Alphin, H. C., vol. 26 (5): 171-174

Volume 26 (4)

Historians in the archive: An introduction
Huistra, P., Paul, H., Tollebeek, J., vol. 26 (4): 3-7
Inventing the archive: Testimony and virtue in modern historiography
Eskildsen, K. R., vol. 26 (4): 8-26
Archives and history: Towards a history of 'the use of state archives' in the 19th century
Muller, P., vol. 26 (4): 27-49
The trial of Henry of Brederode: Historians, sources and location under discussion in 19th-century historiography
Huistra, P., vol. 26 (4): 50-66
The heroic study of records: The contested persona of the archival historian
Paul, H., vol. 26 (4): 67-83
The untamed archive: History-writing in the Netherlands East Indies and the use of archives
Jeurgens, C., vol. 26 (4): 84-106
The European model and the archive in Japan: Inspiration or legitimation?
Mehl, M., vol. 26 (4): 107-127
Wild archives: Unsteady records of the past in the travels of Enno Littmann
Truper, H., vol. 26 (4): 128-148

Volume 26 (3)

How autism became autism: The radical transformation of a central concept of child development in Britain
Evans, B., vol. 26 (3): 3-31
'I am a philosopher of the particular case': An interview with the 2009 Holberg prizewinner Ian Hacking
Madsen, O. J., Servan, J., Oyen, S. A., vol. 26 (3): 32-51
Adam Smith's economic and ethical consideration of animals
Wolloch, N., vol. 26 (3): 52-67
The question-and-answer logic of historical context
Fear, C., vol. 26 (3): 68-81
Moralizing biology: The appeal and limits of the new compassionate view of nature
Meloni, M., vol. 26 (3): 82-106