After spending four wonderful days in Oulu, Finland, we had to say goodbye to the wonderful atmosphere of Oulu and Lasaretti, where our current president Petteri Pietikäinen and his team hosted the 33rd ESHHS conference. A big “Kiitos” goes to Petteri and his team for letting us have such a wonderful experience in Finland!
For those who could not attend the conference we put up some images from the conference and the landscape in our gallery (Thanks to Csaba Pleh and David Robinson!). Also, Roger Smith’s keynote can be found on his homepage. We also congratulate Kim Hajek for receiving this year’s Early Career Award!
Our next conference will be taking place in Angers, France. Our local organizer will be Sharman Levinson, the current secretary of the ESHHS board. We are all looking forward to meeting friends old and new there!
The next conference of the ESHHS, hosted from 22-25 July 2014, is approaching fastly, and we are proud to present our official schedule.
Please note that the registration is open until the end of June. We are looking forward to meet old and new friends in Oulu!
Dear colleagues and fellow researchers,
for all who are interested in finding new sources (or publication opportunities) in the history of psychology we would like to recommend to you the European Yearbook of the History of Psychology.
The EYHP is a peer-reviewed international journal devoted to the history of psychology, and especially to the interconnections between historiographic survey and problems of epistemology.
Please view for further information
The website for the registration is now online! Informations regarding the conference fee, time schedules, travel informations and the conference program can be found here! If you want to give a talk, please note that applications must be received by March 31st 2014.
We look forward to receive your registrations and meeting you in Oulu!
Petteri Pietikäinen, current president of the ESHHS, received the prestigious Finnish national Kanava Award for the best non-fiction book of 2013 for his recent publication “Hulluuden historia” (“History of Madness”).
The awarding committee noted that the book tells an impressive story of how madness has been an intrinsic part of human experience and social organization. It suggests a new perspective on the role of madness in history, one expressed through the variety of ways in which madness has been explained and treated over time.
The official website of the next conference of the ESHHS, taking place in Oulu, Finland from 22-25 July 2014, is now online. All important informations, deadlines and schedules regarding the conference can be found here.
The European Society for the History of Human Sciences (ESHHS) invites submissions to its annual conference to be held at University of Oulu, Finland, 22 July to 25 July 2014.
Papers, posters, symposia, or workshops may deal with any aspect of the history of the behavioral, human, and social sciences. The programme committee particularly encourages submissions that cover the whole range of the human sciences, including the history of psychology, psychiatry and medicine, but also history of sociology, anthropology, criminology, philology and historiography. We also welcome submissions that deal with theoretical or methodological issues.
Please see the ESHHS Call for Papers Oulu 2014 for details!
Thanks to our host Armin Stock, head of the Adolf-Würth Center for the History of Psychology, we spend four wonderful days with inspiring presentations and debates in Würzburg and enjoyed the city’s wonderful atmosphere and gastronomy.
Those who could not attend the conference can find some impressions of the opening ceremony, the welcome reception as well as the conference dinner here. We are happy to announce that the next conference will be held in Oulu, Finland and will be hosted by the society’s current president Petteri Pietikainen. Further informations about the next conference will be coming soon!