Bibliographic update April 2016: All

History of the Human Sciences

'Now you see them, now you dont. Sexual deviants and sexological expertise in communist Czechoslovakia
Liskova, K., vol. 29 (1): 49-74
Toward a reterritorialization of cultural theory: Estonian theory from Baer via Uexküll to Lotman
Tamm, M., Kull, K., vol. 29 (1): 75-98
Therapeutic culture, authenticity and neo-liberalism
Foster, R., vol. 29 (1): 99-116
Book review: The Natural Law Foundations of Modern Social Theory: A Quest for Universalism
Mundo, J., vol. 29 (1): 117-122
To obey and to tell
Hollin, G., vol. 29 (1): 123-127
History and identity in Hayden Whites The Practical Past
Chorell, T. G., vol. 29 (1): 128-135
Visibility matters: Diagrammatic renderings of human evolution and diversity in physical, serological and molecular anthropology
Lipphardt, V., Sommer, M., vol. 28 (5): 3-16
Racial zigzags: Visualizing racial deviancy in German physical anthropology during the 20th century
Teicher, A., vol. 28 (5): 17-48
Traditions and innovations: Visualizations of human variation, c.1900-38
Lipphardt, V., vol. 28 (5): 49-79
What Is Race? UNESCO, mass communication and human genetics in the early 1950s
Bangham, J., vol. 28 (5): 80-107
Population-genetic trees, maps, and narratives of the great human diasporas
Sommer, M., vol. 28 (5): 108-145
Population genetics, cybernetics of difference, and pasts in the present: Soviet and post-Soviet maps on human variation
Bauer, S., vol. 28 (5): 146-167
On a not so chance encounter of neurophilosophy and science studies in a sleep laboratory
Langlitz, N., vol. 28 (4): 3-24
Debt, consumption and freedom: Social scientific representations of consumer credit in Anglo-America
Marron, D., vol. 28 (4): 25-43
From the native point of view: An insider/outsider perspective on folkloric archaism and modern anthropology in Albania
Doja, A., vol. 28 (4): 44-75
Psychiatric Penguins: Writing on psychiatry for Penguin Books, c.1950-c.1980
Miller, G., vol. 28 (4): 76-101
Book review: Carl Jung
Liebscher, M., vol. 28 (4): 102-105
Book review: Modernity and the Appearance of Idiocy: Intellectual Disability as a Regime of Truth
Goodey, C. F., vol. 28 (4): 106-107
Book review: Science, Race Relations, and Resistance: Britain, 1870-1914
Stone, D., vol. 28 (4): 108-110

Imago Mundi The International Journal for the History of Cartography

Christopher Saxton’s Last Maps: Nichol Forest and the Debatable Land, 1607
vol. 68 (1): 1-15
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