History of the Human Sciences articles

Volume 25 (1)

Michel Foucault and the enigmatic origins of bio-politics and governmentality
Ojakangas, M., vol. 25 (1): 1-14
Liberty, necessity and the foundations of Hume's 'science of man'
Demeter, T., vol. 25 (1): 15-31
'On what condition is the equation organism-society valid?' Cell theory and organicist sociology in the works of Alfred Espinas (1870s-80s)
D'Hombres, E., Mehdaoui, S., vol. 25 (1): 32-51
Sociological theory and Jungian psychology
Walker, G., vol. 25 (1): 52-74
'A most interesting chapter in the history of science': intellectual responses to Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male
Drucker, D. J., vol. 25 (1): 75-98
Laboratizing and de-laboratizing the world: changing sociological concepts for places of knowledge production
Guggenheim, M., vol. 25 (1): 99-118
Children having children? Religion, psychology and the birth of the teenage pregnancy problem
Koffman, O., vol. 25 (1): 119-134
Book Review: Suicide: Foucault, History and Truth
Millard, C., vol. 25 (1): 135-139
Book Review: Kant and the philosophical foundations of the human sciences
Araujo, S. d. F., vol. 25 (1): 140-145

Volume 24 (5)

Miranda's story: molecules, populations and the mortal organism
Palladino, P., vol. 24 (5): 1-20
A systematic archival inquiry on Juan Huarte de San Juan (1529-88)
Virues-Ortega, J., Buela-Casal, G., Carrasco-Lazareno, M. T., Rivero-Davila, P. D., Quevedo-Blasco, R., vol. 24 (5): 21-47
'Bildung' in German human sciences: the discursive transformation of a concept
Hamann, J., vol. 24 (5): 48-72
Between structure and agency: assassination, social forces, and the production of the criminal subject
Federman, C., vol. 24 (5): 73-88
The interplay of courage and reason in moral action
Raffel, S., vol. 24 (5): 89-102
In defence of language-interpretive social science: on the critiques of Peter Winch's conception of understanding
Sivado, A., vol. 24 (5): 103-123
Histories and freedom of the present: Foucault and Skinner
Vucina, N., Drejer, C., Triantafillou, P., vol. 24 (5): 124-141
Eurocentrism beyond the 'universalism vs. particularism' dilemma: Habermas and Derrida's joint plea for a new Europe
Papastephanou, M., vol. 24 (5): 142-166
Social science against democracy
Engelmann, S. G., vol. 24 (5): 167-179
Book Review: Ernest Dichter and Motivation Research: New Perspectives on the Making of Post-War Consumer Culture
Schneider, T., vol. 24 (5): 180-184
Book Review: Investigating Sociological Theory
Hess, A., vol. 24 (5): 185-188

Volume 24 (4)

Foucault across the disciplines: introductory notes on contingency in critical inquiry
Koopman, C., vol. 24 (4): 1-12
Deraison
Hacking, I., vol. 24 (4): 13-23
In praise of counter-conduct
Davidson, A. I., vol. 24 (4): 25-41
Foucault and the politics of our selves
Allen, A., vol. 24 (4): 43-59
Toward a left art of government: from 'Foucauldian critique' to Foucauldian politics
Ferguson, J., vol. 24 (4): 61-68
'Could you define the sense you give the word "political"'? Michel Foucault as a political philosopher
Sluga, H., vol. 24 (4): 69-79
Political science after Foucault
Bevir, M., vol. 24 (4): 81-96
Archaeological choreographic practices: Foucault and Forsythe
Franko, M., vol. 24 (4): 97-112
Foucault on painting
Soussloff, C. M., vol. 24 (4): 113-123

Volume 24 (3)

Lethal differences: a short history of the concepts of wealth and poverty in Danish epidemiological writings 1858-1914
Christensen, I. L., vol. 24 (3): 1-21
Ferdinand Tonnies and academic 'socialism'
Bond, N., vol. 24 (3): 23-45
Hermeneutics and the 'classic' problem in the human sciences
How, A. R., vol. 24 (3): 47-63
Inability, culpability and affected ignorance: reflections on Michele Moody-Adams
Peacock, M., vol. 24 (3): 65-81
Psychological life as enterprise: social practice and the government of neo-liberal interiority
Binkley, S., vol. 24 (3): 83-102
The psychologization of humanitarian aid: skimming the battlefield and the disaster zone
De Vos, J., vol. 24 (3): 103-122
Review article: Mapping the Victorian child's inner world: Sally Shuttleworth, The Mind of the Child: Child Development in Literature, Science, and Medicine, 1840--1900, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. xii + 497 pp., 21 illustrations. {pound}35.00.
Hendrick, H., vol. 24 (3): 123-131
Book review: Angus Nicholls and Martin Liebscher (eds) Thinking the Unconscious: Nineteenth-Century German Thought. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2010
ffytche, M., vol. 24 (3): 133-137

Volume 24 (2)

Toward a social history of qualitative research
Jovanovic, G., vol. 24 (2): 1-27
Mapping character types onto space: the urban-rural distinction in early statistical writings
Bayatrizi, Z., vol. 24 (2): 28-47
Urine trouble: a social history of bedwetting and its regulation
Hurl, C., vol. 24 (2): 48-64