History of the Human Sciences articles

Volume 24 (2)

Crackpots and basket-cases: a history of therapeutic work and occupation
Laws, J., vol. 24 (2): 65-81
'The dangers of this atmosphere': a Quaker connection in the Tavistock Clinic's development
Kraemer, S., vol. 24 (2): 82-102
Forgetting and remembering alienation theory
Yuill, C., vol. 24 (2): 103-119
The Human Condition as social ontology: Hannah Arendt on society, action and knowledge
Walsh, P., vol. 24 (2): 120-137
The con man as model organism: the methodological roots of Erving Goffman's dramaturgical self
Pettit, M., vol. 24 (2): 138-154
Book Review: Alexandra Rutherford, Beyond the Box: B. F. Skinner's Technology of Behavior from Laboratory to Life, 1950--1970s. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2009. 210 pp. ISBN: 978-0-8020-9774-3 (hardback), $55.00. ISBN: 978-0-8020-9618-0 (paperb
Clark, C., vol. 24 (2): 155-158
Book Review: Didier Fassin and Richard Rechtman, The Empire of Trauma: An Inquiry into the Condition of Victimhood, trans. R. Gomme. Princeton, NJ and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2009. xii + 305 pp. ISBN 978-0-691-13752-0 (hardback); 978-0-691-137
Saxton, L., vol. 24 (2): 159-163
Book Review: Aziz Al-Azmeh, The Times of History: Universal Topics in Islamic Historiography. Budapest and New York: Central European University Press, 2007. xii + 310 pp. ISBN: 978-9637326738. $49.95/38.95/{pound}33.00
Harun Kucuk, B., vol. 24 (2): 164-168

Volume 24 (1)

'Things familiar to the mind': heuristic style and elliptical citation in The Wealth of Nations
Kellow, G., vol. 24 (1): 1-18
Protestant ethics and the spirit of politics: Weber on conscience, conviction and conflict
Adair-Toteff, C., vol. 24 (1): 19-35
The strange case of the Freudian case history: the role of long case histories in the development of psychoanalysis
Sealey, A., vol. 24 (1): 36-50
Was cultural deprivation in fact sensory deprivation? Deprivation, retardation and intervention in the USA
Raz, M., vol. 24 (1): 51-69
Networks, narratives and territory in anthropological race classification: towards a more comprehensive historical geography of Europe's culture
McMahon, R., vol. 24 (1): 70-94
From medicine to psychotherapy: the placebo effect
Justman, S., vol. 24 (1): 95-107
Review Symposium: A tale full of sound and fury but what does it signify?
Brock, A. C., vol. 24 (1): 108-113
Roderick D. Buchanan, Playing with Fire: The Controversial Career of Hans J. Eysenck. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2010. ISBN 978-0-19-856688-5 (hbk). 475 pp., 21 illustrations. {pound}34.95; US$65
Hall, J., vol. 24 (1): 114-118

Volume 23 (5)

Durkheim, Jamesian pragmatism and the normativity of truth
Schmaus, W., vol. 23 (5): 1-16
Sexual science and self-narrative: epistemology and narrative technologies of the self between Krafft-Ebing and Freud
Savoia, P., vol. 23 (5): 17-41
Liberating sex, knowing desire: scientia sexualis and epistemic turning points in the history of sexuality
Chiang, H. H., vol. 23 (5): 42-69
The case of the disappearing dilemma: Herbert Blumer on sociological method
Hammersley, M., vol. 23 (5): 70-90
On the relationships between social theory and natural law: lessons from Karl Lowith and Leo Strauss
Chernilo, D., vol. 23 (5): 91-112
Foucault's and Arendt's 'insider view' of biopolitics: a critique of Agamben
Blencowe, C., vol. 23 (5): 113-130
'This war for men's minds': the birth of a human science in Cold War America
Martin-Nielsen, J., vol. 23 (5): 131-155
From Milgram to Zimbardo: the double birth of postwar psychology/psychologization
De Vos, J., vol. 23 (5): 156-175
Schizophrenia, reification and deadened life
Morgan, A., vol. 23 (5): 176-193
Review Symposium: The Fremdling of Teleology, or: On Roger Smith's Being Human: Roger Smith, Being Human: Historical Knowledge and the Creation of Human Nature. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2007. viii + 288 pp. ISBN 978-0-7190-749
Nicholls, A., vol. 23 (5): 194-201
Humanity without Vico: Roger Smith, Being Human: Historical Knowledge and the Creation of Human Nature. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2007. viii + 288 pp. ISBN 978-0-7190-7498-1
Fuller, S., vol. 23 (5): 202-206

Volume 23 (4)

Reflections on the concept of 'precursor': Juan de Vilanova and the discovery of Altamira
Moro Abadia, O., Pelayo, F., vol. 23 (4): 1-20
Alienation, authenticity and the self
Rae, G., vol. 23 (4): 21-36
Situational realism, critical realism, causation and the charge of positivism
Hibberd, F. J., vol. 23 (4): 37-51
Birth of a brain disease: science, the state and addiction neuropolitics
Vrecko, S., vol. 23 (4): 52-67
Why should I read histories of science?
Erickson, M., vol. 23 (4): 68-91
Why Mark Erickson should read different histories of science
Fara, P., vol. 23 (4): 92-94
History of science for its own sake?
Fuller, S., vol. 23 (4): 95-99
Why write histories of science?
Rouse, J., vol. 23 (4): 100-104
Why should I read histories of science? A response to Patricia Fara, Steve Fuller and Joseph Rouse
Erickson, M., vol. 23 (4): 105-108
Book Review: Michael Billig, The Hidden Roots of Critical Psychology: Understanding the Impact of Locke, Shaftesbury and Reid. London: Sage, 2008
Teo, T., vol. 23 (4): 109-112
Book Review: Mark S. Micale, Hysterical Men: The Hidden History of Male Nervous Illness. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2008
Wallis, J., vol. 23 (4): 113-116
Book Review: Petteri Pietikainen, Neurosis and Modernity: The Age of Nervousness in Sweden. History of Science and Medicine Library, vol. 2. Leiden: Brill, 2007. ISBN 978-9004160750. xiii + 391 pp. 99
Pawley, S., vol. 23 (4): 117-120
Book Review: Francesca Bordogna, William James at the Boundaries: Philosophy, Science and the Geography of Knowledge. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press, 2008
Sutton, E., vol. 23 (4): 121-124