We inform you that there is a second call for papers for our next conference in Groningen (Netherlands) from 17th to 20th of July! Also, the deadline has been postponed to April 1st. The conference also has a website now: www.eshhs2018.nl.
Our next conference will be held from July 17 to July 20 in the Netherlands! The conference is hosted by the department of Theory and History of Psychology, Faculty of Behavioural and Social Sciences, University of Groningen, the Netherlands and organized in collaboration with Open University of the Netherlands. For detailed information, please see our Call for Papers. A conference webpage with more information will come out soon. We are looking forward to meet old and new friends and colleagues in 2018!
Dear friends and members,
Mauro Vallejo has written a report about our last meeting from July 12-14 in Bari. It will be published in the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences, but you can also find it directly here. We hope you had a wonderful time in Bari and look forward meeting you next year!
Dear friends and members of the ESHHS,
we are proud to announce that the provisional program for the next ESHHS conference is now online!
we inform you that the deadline for submitting abstracts to the Eshhs Conference 2017 (Bari, 12-14 july) has been extended to 26 March 2017.
You can find the new call for abstracts here.
The European Society for the History of the Human Sciences (ESHHS) invites submissions to its conference to be held from July 12 to July 14, 2017,
at the Seminar for the History of Science, University of Bari ‘Aldo Moro’, Italy.
Sessions, papers, workshops, round-tables and posters may deal with any aspect of the history of the human, behavioural and social sciences or with related historiographic and methodological issues.
However, this year’s conference will pay particular attention to:
- history and new trends in historiography of human sciences
- circulation and popularization of scientific knowledge
- history of the body
- comparative studies and cultural hegemonies in history of science
- laboratory science and professionalization
- theories and practices in the historical development of human sciences
Submissions: must be received by March 17, 2017.
For more information please see the second call for papers. We looking forward to your applications!
Dear friends and members of the ESHHS,
we are happy to announce that the Call for papers for the next ESHHS conference, which will be held in Bari, Italy, from July 12 to July 14, is out now! Please send in your applications until the 17th of March. More detailed information can be found here.
The ESHHS is formally affiliated with the Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences (JHBS). Together with the JHBS, the ESHHS encourages early career researchers to submit their papers for the Early Career Award. The winning paper will, after additional review by the JHBS Editorial Board, be published in JHBS with a notice indicating that it is the winner of the ESHHS Early Career Award. The Publisher will provide an honorarium of US $500 to the award recipient.
Rules and procedure:
- Any researcher in the history of the human sciences who does not hold a tenured university position (or equivalent) is eligible to be considered for the Award.
- Those wishing to be considered must be members of ESHHS at the time of submission (an appropriately completed Membership Form may accompany a submitted paper).
- Candidates for the Award should submit to the Programme Committee a proposal for the Annual ESHHS Conference in the usual way, to arrive by the appropriate deadline.
- Before December 31 of each year candidates should send by e-mail a copy of their full text to Anna Borgos, Secretary of the ESHHS, email@example.com (please put “ESHHS ECA” in the subject line). This paper must meet the normal publishing guidelines of JHBS.
- Candidates should indicate that they wish to be considered for the Early Career Award and provide a short CV to establish eligibility.
- Submissions are accepted from both the current year and the previous year.
- The Board will acknowledge receipt of applications and will confirm their eligibility.
- Winners of the Cheiron award of the same year are not eligible for applying for the Early Career Award.
- By mid-March the Executive Board will announce the nominee for the award (provided there are submissions of appropriate standards).
- The paper can be sent to JHBS any time after the announcement.
- In any given year, in the absence of high quality submissions no award will be made.
- If the paper is deemed acceptable by the editors of the Journal, it will be published and the honorarium will be awarded.
We are pleased to announce that the article ‘Discovering Palladino’s mediumship. Otero Acevedo, Lombroso and the quest for authority’ (winner of last year Early Career Award) has been first published in its online version at the JHBS website.
About the book:
This book reassesses the seminal work of Wilhelm Wundt by discussing the history and philosophy of psychology. It traces the pioneering theorist’s intellectual development and the evolution of psychology throughout his career. The author draws on little-known sources to situate psychological concepts in Wundt’s philosophical thought and address common myths and misconceptions relating to Wundt’s ideas. The ideas presented in this book show why Wundt’s work remains relevant in this era of ongoing mind/brain debate and interest continues in the links between psychology and philosophy.
Featured topics include:
Theoretical and philosophical foundations of Wundt’s early work in scientific psychology.
Wundt’s conception of scientific philosophy in relation to his theory of knowledge.
The epistemological dimensions of Wundt’s final project in scientific psychology.
Wundt and the Philosophical Foundations of Psychology is a valuable resource for researchers, professors, and graduate students in cognitive and related psychology and philosophy disciplines.
For further information, see the publisher’s website