Bibliographic update January 2015: All

History of Psychiatry

Nostalgia: a conceptual history
Fuentenebro de Diego, F., Valiente Ots, C., vol. 25 (4): 404-411
'An atmosphere of cure': Frederick Mott, shell shock and the Maudsley
Jones, E., vol. 25 (4): 412-421
Langues et histoire de la psychiatrie
Garrabe, J., vol. 25 (4): 422-430
The birth of schizophrenia or a very modern Bleuler: a close reading of Eugen Bleuler's 'Die Prognose der Dementia praecox' and a re-consideration of his contribution to psychiatry
Maatz, A., Hoff, P., vol. 25 (4): 431-440
Madness as disability
Gilman, S. L., vol. 25 (4): 441-449
Psychiatric 'diseases' in history
Healy, D., vol. 25 (4): 450-458
Subjectivity in clinical practice: on the origins of psychiatric semiology in early French alienism
Huertas, R., vol. 25 (4): 459-467
White men and weak masculinity: men in the public asylums in Victoria, Australia, and New Zealand, 1860s-1900s
Coleborne, C., vol. 25 (4): 468-476
The distinction between 'Passion' and 'Emotion'. Vincenzo Chiarugi: a case study
Charland, L. C., vol. 25 (4): 477-484
The ten most important changes in psychiatry since World War II
Micale, M. S., vol. 25 (4): 485-491
'Introduction' to 'Episodic Psychoses', by Erik Stromgren (1940): Introduction and translation by
Schioldann, J., vol. 25 (4): 492-508
Congratulatory Notes
vol. 25 (4): 509-512

History of the Human Sciences

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
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