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Article Rosanna Dent (2022)
Whose Home Is the Field?. Isis: International Review Devoted to the History of Science and Its Cultural Influences (pp. 137-143). (/isis/citation/CBB450240332/) unapi

Article Ricardo Roque (2022)
Heads and ‘cultures:’ A. C. Haddon, colonial exploration and the ‘Strickland River’ inscription. History and Anthropology (pp. 123-142). (/isis/citation/CBB133286047/) unapi

Article Claude Blanckaert (2021)
Les animaux dénaturés. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences Humaines (pp. 39-67). (/isis/citation/CBB488091237/) unapi

Article Jean-Luc Chappey (2021)
Questions sur les usages de l’enfant sauvage dans l’écriture des sciences humaines (xviiie-xxie siècles). Revue d'Histoire des Sciences Humaines (pp. 7-37). (/isis/citation/CBB847754252/) unapi

Article Catrien Santing (2020)
Early anthropological interest: Magnus Hundt’s and Galeazzo Capra’s quest for humanity. History and Anthropology (pp. 462-490). (/isis/citation/CBB837308580/) unapi

Article Filip Herza (2020)
Sombre faces: Race and nation-building in the institutionalization of Czech physical anthropology (1890s–1920s). History and Anthropology (pp. 371-392). (/isis/citation/CBB658558405/) unapi

Article Stefanos Geroulanos; Leif Weatherby (2020)
Cybernetics and the Human Sciences. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 3-11). (/isis/citation/CBB972435658/) unapi

Article Ronald Kline (2020)
How Disunity Matters to the History of Cybernetics in the Human Sciences in the United States, 1940–80. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 12-35). (/isis/citation/CBB064725087/) unapi

Article Cerea, Alessandra (2020)
Rendere visibile la psiche. Bohr, Freud e Devereux: lo scienziato da spettatore ad attore. Physis: Rivista Intemazionale di Storia della Scienza. (/isis/citation/CBB942266782/) unapi

Article Serge Reubi (2020)
À quoi sert l’organisation des sciences ?. Revue d'Histoire des Sciences Humaines (pp. 143-162). (/isis/citation/CBB772355220/) unapi

Article Michael Strand (2019)
Practice Theory and Conservative Thought. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 108-134). (/isis/citation/CBB730134048/) unapi

Book Miriam L. Kingsberg Kadia (2019)
Into the Field: Human Scientists of Transwar Japan. (/isis/citation/CBB545620371/) unapi

Article Massimiliano Aragona (2019)
The influence of Max Weber on the concept of empathic understanding (Verstehen) in the psychopathology of Karl Jaspers. History of Psychiatry (pp. 283-299). (/isis/citation/CBB625357803/) unapi

Article Steve Fuller (2019)
The Metaphysical Standing of the Human: A Future for the History of the Human Sciences. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 23-40). (/isis/citation/CBB332228071/) unapi

Article Amanda Rees (2019)
Doing ‘Deep Big History’: Race, Landscape and the Humanity of H. J. Fleure (1877–1969). History of the Human Sciences (pp. 99-120). (/isis/citation/CBB983345946/) unapi

Article Peter Mandler (2019)
The Language of Social Science in Everyday Life. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 66-82). (/isis/citation/CBB618184205/) unapi

Article Elizabeth Toon (2019)
The Tool and the Job: Digital Humanities Methods and the Future of the History of the Human Sciences. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 83-98). (/isis/citation/CBB092017556/) unapi

Article Laura Stark; Nancy D Campbell (December 2018)
The ineffable: A framework for the study of methods through the case of mid-century mind-brain sciences. Social Studies of Science (pp. 789-820). (/isis/citation/CBB709893551/) unapi

Article Emmanuel Delille; Ivan Crozier (2018)
Historicizing transcultural psychiatry: people, epistemic objects, networks, and practices. History of Psychiatry (pp. 257-262). (/isis/citation/CBB039081637/) unapi

Article Tero Piiroinen (2018)
A Meaning Holistic (Dis)solution of Subject–Object Dualism – Its Implications for the Human Sciences. History of the Human Sciences (pp. 64-82). (/isis/citation/CBB535374287/) unapi

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