Historical Social Research

44.3 - Islamicate Secularities in Past and Present

Special Issue – Islamicate Secularities in Past and Present (Markus Dressler, Armando Salvatore & Monika Wohlrab-Sahr)
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  • Markus Dressler, Armando Salvatore & Monika Wohlrab-Sahr: Islamicate Secularities: New Perspectives on a Contested Concept. [Abstract]
  • Armando Salvatore: Secularity through a ‘Soft Distinction’ in the Islamic Ecumene? Adab as a Counterpoint to Shari‘a. [Abstract]
  • Neguin Yavari: The Political Regard in Medieval Islamic Thought. [Abstract]
  • Florian Zemmin: Validating Secularity in Islam: The Sociological Perspective of the Muslim Intellectual Rafiq al-‘Azm (1865-1925). [Abstract]
  • Samuli Schielke: Is Prose Poetry a Conspiracy Against the Noble Qur’an? Poetics, Humans, and God in Contemporary Egypt. [Abstract]
  • Katerina Dalacoura: “Islamic Civilization” as an Aspect of Secularization in Turkish Islamic Thought. [Abstract]
  • Mohammad Magout: Transnationalizing Multiple Secularities: A Comparative Study of the Global Ismaՙili Community. [Abstract]
  • Sana Chavoshian: Secular Atmospheres: Unveiling and Urban Space in Early 20th Century Iran. [Abstract]
  • Brannon D. Ingram: A ‘Modern’ Madrasa: Deoband and Colonial Secularity. [Abstract]
  • Yee Lak Elliot Lee: Muslims as “Hui” in Late Imperial and Republican China. A Historical Reconsideration of Social Differentiation and Identity Construction. [Abstract]
  • Martin Ramstedt: Politics of Taxonomy in Postcolonial Indonesia: Ethnic Traditions between Religionisation and Secularisation. [Abstract]
  • Paul Rotering: Family Systems and Fertility, Western Europe 1870-1960. [Abstract]

44.2 - Governing by Numbers

Special Issue – Governing by Numbers - Key Indicators and the Politics of Expectations (ed. Walter Bartl, Christian Papilloud & Audrey Terracher-Lipinski)
Contributions
  • Walter Bartl, Christian Papilloud & Audrey Terracher-Lipinski: Governing by Numbers - Key Indicators and the Politics of Expectations. An Introduction. [Abstract]
  • Laurent Thévenot: Measure for Measure: Politics of Quantifying Individuals to Govern Them. [Abstract]
  • Rainer Diaz-Bone: Statistical Panopticism and its Critique. [Abstract]
  • Timo Walter: Formalizing the Future: How Central Banks Set Out to Govern Expectations but Ended Up (En-)Trapped in Indicators. [Abstract]
  • Ingo Bode: Let’s Count and Manage – and Forget the Rest. Understanding NumericRationalization in Human Service Provision. [Abstract]
  • Lisa Knoll & Konstanze Senge: Public Debt Management between Discipline and Creativity. Accounting for Energy Performance Contracts in Germany. [Abstract]
  • John Berten: Failed Indicatorisation: Defining, Comparing and Quantifying Social Policy in the ILO’s International Survey of Social Services of the Interwar Period. [Abstract]
  • Oscar Javier Maldonado & Tiago Moreira: Metrics in Global Health: Situated Differences in the Valuation of Human Life. [Abstract]
  • Carlotta Mozzana: A Matter of Definitions: The Profiling of People in Italian Active Labour Market Policies. [Abstract]
  • Michael Huber & Maarten Hillebrandt: “Pay for Promise” in Higher Education: The Influence of NPM on Resource Allocation in German Universities. [Abstract]
  • Anne Piezunka: Struggle for Acceptance – Maintaining External School Evaluation as an Institution in Germany. [Abstract]
  • Philipp Lepenies: Transforming by Metrics that Matter – Progress, Participation, and the National Initiatives of Fixing Well-Being Indicators. [Abstract]
  • Oliver Holtemöller & Christoph Schult: Expectation Formation, Financial Frictions, and Forecasting Performance of Dynamic Stochastic General Equilibrium Models. [Abstract]

44.1 - Markets, Organizations, and Law

Special Issue – Markets, Organizations, and Law –Perspectives of Convention Theory on Economic Practices and Structures
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43.4 - Challenged Elites - Elites as Challengers

Special Issue: Challenged Elites – Elites as Challengers. The Impact of Civil Activism, Populism and the Economic Crisis on Elite Structures, Orientations and Agendas (ed. Heinrich Best, Ursula Hoffmann-Lange, Hans-Dieter Klingemann & Peter Rutland)
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Suppl. 31 - Models and Modelling between Digital and Humanities

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Models and Modelling between Digital and Humanities – A  Multidisciplinary Perspective (ed. Arianna Ciula, Øyvind Eide, Cristina Marras & Patrick Sahle

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