HSR Call for Papers - Law and (De)Civilisation
Sofort in Open Access Verfügbar: Supplement 33 - Epidemics and Pandemics
Sofort in Open Access verfügbar: 46.4 - Caring in Times of a Global Pandemic / Vaccination and Society
Sofort in Open Access verfügbar: 46.3 – Borders as Places of Control (Introduction & Mixed Contribution)
HSR Call for Papers - Sleep – Knowledge – Technology
46.4 - Caring in Times of a Global Pandemic / Vaccination and Society
HSR Forum – Caring in Times of a Global Pandemic. (Emma Dowling, Ayse Dursn, Syntia Hasenöhrl, Verena Kettner & Birgit Sauer)
- Emma Dowling: Caring in Times of a Global Pandemic. Introduction.
- Başak Akkan: Global Pandemic and the Veiled Crisis of Care in Turkey: Politics of Social Reproduction and Masculinist Restoration.
- Ayse Dursun, Verena Kettner & Birgit Sauer: Corona, Care, and Political Masculinity. Gender-Critical Perspectives on Governing the COVID-19 Pandemic in Austria.
- Mike Laufenberg & Susanne Schultz: The Pandemic State of Care: Care Familialism and Care Nationalism in the COVID-19-Crisis. The Case of Germany.
- Syntia Hasenöhrl: Affective Politics of Care during COVID-19: Feminist Views of Political Discourses and Intersectional Inequalities in Mali.
- Beverley Skeggs: Necroeconomics: How Necro Legacies Help Us Understand the Value of Death and the Protection of Life During the COVID-19 Pandemic.
- Maria Markantonatou: From Austerity to the Pandemic and Back Again? Lockdown Politics in Greece.
- Christa Wichterich: Protection and Protest by “Voluntary” Community Health Workers: COVID-19 Authoritarianism in India.
- Ana Vilenica, Vladimir Mentus & Irena Ristić: Struggles for Care Infrastructures in Serbia: The Pandemic, Dispossessed Care, and Housing.
HSR Forum – Vaccination and Society. A History from Smallpox to COVID-19 in Germany. (Malte Thießen)
Suppl. 33 - Epidemics and Pandemics
Epidemics and Pandemics – the Historical Perspective (ed. Jörg Vögele, Luisa Rittershaus & Katharina Schuler)
- Jörg Vögele, Luisa Rittershaus & Katharina Schuler: Epidemics and Pandemics – the Historical Perspective. Introduction.
- Grażyna Liczbińska: Spatial and Social Inequalities in the Face of Death. Pilot Research on Cholera Epidemics in Poznań of the Second Half of the 19th Century.
- Evelien Walhout & Eric Beekink: Just Another Crisis? Individual’s Experiences and the Role of the Local Government and Church During the 1866 Cholera Epidemic in a Small Dutch Town.
- Kristina Puljizević: Managing the Epidemics in 19th Century Dalmatia: From Fatherly Monarch to Scientific Grounds.
- Julia Nebe, Enno Schwanke & Dominik Groß: The Influence of Epidemics on the Concept of the Bogeyman: Images, Ideological Origins, and Interdependencies of the Anti-Vaccination Movement; The Example of the Political Agitator Paul Arthur Förster (1844–1925).
- Hannah Fuchs & Karl-Heinz Leven: AIDS & Haiti – Discourses on Origin, Stigma, and Blame.
- Iris Borowy: Perspectives on the COVID-19 Vaccine: The Incredible Success versus the Incredible Failure.
- Bartosz Ogórek: Quantifying Spanish Flu Mortality in the Cities of the Second Polish Republic.
- Martin Gorsky, Bernard Harris, Patricia Marsh & Ida Milne: The 1918/19 Influenza Pandemic & COVID-19 in Ireland and the UK.
- Wilfried Witte: Influenza Vaccination and Vaccine Policies in Germany, ca. 1930–1960.
- Isabelle Devos, Mélanie Bourguignon, Emmanuel Debruyne, Yoann Doignon, Thierry Eggerickx, Hilde Greefs, Jord Hanus, Wouter Ronsijn, Jean-Paul Sanderson & Tim Soens: The Spanish Flu in Belgium, 1918–1919. A State of the Art.
- Wataru Iijima: Jishuku as a Japanese way for anti-COVID-19. Some Basic Reflections.
- Patrice Bourdelais: The COVID-19 Pandemic in Historical Perspective.
- Nadine Metzger: Poisoning, Ergotism, Mass Psychosis. Writing a History of Ancient Epidemics Beyond Infectious Diseases.
- Luisa Ritterhaus & Kathrin Eschenberg: Black Death, Plagues, and the Danse Macabre. Depictions of Epidemics in Art.
46.3 - Borders as Places of Control
Special Issue – Borders as Places of Control. Fixing, Shifting, and Reinventing State Borders. (Fabian Gülzau, Steffen Mau & Kristina Korte)
- Fabian Gülzau, Steffen Mau & Kristina Korte: Borders as Places of Control. Fixing, Shifting and Reinventing State Borders. An Introduction.
- Fabian Gülzau & Steffen Mau: Walls, Barriers, Checkpoints, Landmarks, and “No-Man’s-Land.” A Quantitative Typology of Border Control Infrastructure. [Abstract]
- Kristina Korte: Filtering or Blocking Mobility? Inequalities, Marginalization, and Power Relations at Fortified Borders. [Abstract]
- Lena Laube: Diplomatic Side-Effects of the EU’s Externalization of Border Control and the Emerging Role of “Transit States” in Migration Diplomacy. [Abstract]
- Ruben Zaiotti & Nafisa A. Abdulhamid: Inside Out and Outside In: COVID-19 and the Reconfiguration of Europe’s External Border Controls. [Abstract]
- Ayelet Shachar & Aaqib Mahmood: The Body as the Border: A New Era. [Abstract]
- Nina Amelung: “Crimmigration Control” across Borders: The Convergence of Migration and Crime Control through Transnational Biometric Databases. [Abstract]
- Vladimir Kolosov & Maria Zotova: “De-Facto Borders” as a Mirror of Sovereignty. The Case of the Post-Soviet Non-Recognized States. [Abstract]
- Sabine von Löwis & Gwendolyn Sasse: A Border Regime in the Making? The Case of the Contact Line in Ukraine. [Abstract] [Online Appendix]
- Saskia Wilhelmy, Rebecca Ulrich & Dominik Groß: Just two Sides of the Same Coin? Ethical Issues and Discourses on COVID-19 and Ebola. A Comparative Literature Analysis.
46.2 - Positionality Reloaded
Special Issue – Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society. (Séverine Marguin, Juliane Haus, Anna Juliane Heinrich, Antje Kahl, Cornelia Schendzielorz & Ajit Singh)
- Séverine Marguin, Juliane Haus, Anna Juliane Heinrich, Antje Kahl, Cornelia Schendzielorz & Ajit Singh: Positionality Reloaded: Debating the Dimensions of Reflexivity in the Relationship Between Science and Society: An Editorial. [Abstract]
- Jörg Niewöhner: Making Evidence in the Future Perfect: Provincialising Climate Impact Science in the Quest for More-Than-Human Liveability. [Abstract]
- Hubert Knoblauch: Reflexive Methodology and the Empirical Theory of Science. [Abstract]
- Franz Breuer: Scientific Research Activity and its Self-Reflexive Consideration. [Abstract]
- Andreas Langenohl: Algorithmic Reflexivity: The Constitution of Socio-Technical Accountability in Financial Pricing. [Abstract]
- Frédéric Lebaron: Geometric Data Analysis as a Tool for Reflexivity. [Abstract]
- Stephan Gauch: The Ironic Becomings of Reflexivity – The Case of Citation Theory in Bibliometrics. [Abstract]
- Jon Dean: Reflexivity and Its Limits in the Study of Social Inequalities. [Abstract]
- Hella von Unger: Ethical Reflexivity as Research Practice. [Abstract]
- Nina Baur: Decolonizing Social Science Methodology. Positionality in the German-Language Debate. [Abstract]
- Manuela Boatcă: Counter-Mapping as Method: Locating and Relating the (Semi-)Peripheral Self. [Abstract]
- Tanja Bogusz & Moritz Holtappels: Third Knowledge Spaces between Nature and Society: A Dialogue. [Abstract]
- Ulrich Dirnagl, Philipp Misselwitz, Lisa Ruhrort & Dagmar Simon: Crossing Borders, Creating Together: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue on Transdisciplinary Knowledge Production. [Abstract]
46.1 - Conventions, Health and Society
Special Issue – Conventions, Health and Society – Convention Theory as an Institutionalist Approach to the Political Economy of Health. (Philippe Batifoulier & Rainer Diaz-Bone)
- Philippe Batifoulier & Rainer Diaz-Bone: Perspectives on the Economics and Sociology of Health. Contributions from the Institutionalist Approach of Economics of Convention – An Introduction.
- Philippe Batifoulier, Jean-Paul Domin & Amandine Rauly: Erosion of Solidarity in France and Welfare Conventions: The New Role of Complementary Health Insurance.
- Philippe Batifoulier, Louise Braddock, Victor Duchesne, Ariane Ghirardello & John Latsis: Targeting “Lifestyle” Conditions. What Justifications for Treatment?
- Nicolas Da Silva: The Industrialization of “Liberal Medicine” in France. A Labor Quality Conventions Approach.
- Peter Streckeisen: Medicine and Economic Knowledge: The Relevance of Career in the Study of Transformations in the Healthcare System.
- Tine Hanrieder & Eloisa Montt Maray: Digitalizing Community Health Work: A Struggle over the Values of Global Health Policy.
- Eva Nadai, Anna Gonon, Robin Hübscher & Anna John: The Social Organization of Work Incapacity. Incapacities in the Swiss Social Insurance System and in the Workplace.
- Anne Vatter & Walter Bartl: Justifying Physical Activity (Dis-)Engagements: Fitness Centers and the Latent Expectations of (Former) Members.
- Johannes Achatz, Stefan Selke & Nele Wulf: Adjusting Reality. The Contingency Dilemma in the Context of Popularised Practices of Digital Self-Tracking of Health Data.
- Valeska Cappel: The Plurality of Daily Digital Health. The Emergence of a New Form of Health Coordination.
- Eryk Noji, Karolin Kappler & Uwe Vormbusch: Situating Conventions of Health: Transformations, Inaccuracies, and the Limits of Measuring in the Field of Self-Tracking.
- Rainer Diaz-Bone: Economics of Convention Meets Canguilhem.
Special Issue – Negotiating the Aftermath of Violence Induced Mobility in the Wake of the Second World War. Rethinking Sources, Methods and Approaches from the Intersection of War and Migration Studies in the Digital Age (Christoph Rass & Ismee Tames)
- Christoph Rass & Ismee Tames: Negotiating the Aftermath of Forced Migration: A View from the Intersection of War and Migration Studies in the Digital Age.
- Henning Borggräfe: Exploring Pathways of (Forced) Migration, Resettlement Structures, and Displaced Persons’ Agency: Document Holdings and Research Potentials of the Arolsen Archives.
- Filip Strubbe: A Straightforward Journey? Discovering Belgium’s Refugee Policy through Its Central Government Archives (1945-1957).
- Frank Wolff: Beyond Genocide: How Refugee Agency Preserves Knowledge During Violence-Induced Migration.
- Peter Romijn: “Beyond the Horizon”: Disconnections in Indonesian War of Independence.
- Regina Grüter & Anne van Mourik: Dutch Repatriation from the Former Third Reich and the Soviet Union: Political and Organizational Encounters and the Role of the Netherlands Red Cross.
- Jannis Panagiotidis: “Not the Concern of the Organization?” The IRO and the Overseas Resettlement of Ethnic Germans from Eastern Europe after World War II.
- Sebastian Huhn: Negotiating Resettlement in Venezuela after World War II: An Exploration.
- Christian Höschler: “Those People Who Actually Do the Job…” Unaccompanied Children, Relief Workers, and the Struggle of Implementing Humanitarian Policy in Postwar Germany.
- Edwin Klijn: From Paper to Digital Trail: Collections on the Semantic Web.
- Olaf Berg: Capturing Displaced Persons’ Agency by Modelling Their Life Events: A Mixed Method Digital Humanities Approach.
- Peter Gatrell: “Negotiating Resettlement”: Some Concluding Thoughts.
45.3 - Social Finance/Big Data
Special Issue – Social Finance, Impact Investing, and the Financialization of the Public Interest (Eve Chiapello & Lisa Knoll)
- Eve Chiapello & Lisa Knoll: Social Finance and Impact Investing. Governing Welfare in the Era of Financialization.
- Emily Barman: Many a Slip: The Challenge of Impact as Boundary Object in Social Finance.
- Antoine Ducastel & Ward Anseeuw: Impact Investing in South Africa: Investing in Empowerment, Empowering Investors.
- Serena Natile: Digital Finance Inclusion and the Mobile Money “Social” Enterprise: A Socio-Legal Critique of M-Pesa in Kenya.
- Jacob Hellman: Feeling Good and Financing Impact: Affective Judgments as a Tool for Social Investing.
- Théo Bourgeron: Constructing the Double Circulation of Capital and “Social Impact.” An Ethnographic Study of a French Impact Investment Fund.
- Davide Caselli: Did You Say “Social Impact”? Welfare Transformations, Networks of Expertise, and the Financialization of Italian Welfare.
- Leslie Huckfield: The Mythology of the Social Impact Bond. A Critical Assessment from a Concerned Observer.
- Manuel Wirth: Nudging Subjects at Risk: Social Impact Bonds between Financialization and Compassion.
Forum – Challenges for Big Data Analysis. Data Quality and Data Analysis of Analogous and Digital Mass Data (Lilli Braunisch, Malte Schweia, Peter Graeff & Nina Baur)
- Nina Baur, Peter Graeff, Lilli Braunisch & Malte Schweia: The Quality of Big Data. Development, Problems, and Possibilities of Use of Process-Generated Data in the Digital Age.
- Peter Graeff & Nina Baur: Digital Data, Administrative Data, and Survey Compared: Updating the Classical Toolbox for Assessing Data Quality of Big Data, Exemplified by the Generation of Corruption Data.
- Gertraud Koch & Katharina Kinder-Kurlanda: Source Criticism of Data Platform Logics on the Internet.
- Martin Weichbold, Alexander Seymer, Wolfgang Aschauer & Thomas Herdin: Potential and Limits of Automated Classification of Big Data – A Case Study.
- Rainer Diaz-Bone, Kenneth Horvath & Valeska Cappel: Social Research in Times of Big Data. The Challenges of New Data Worlds and the Need for a Sociology of Social Research.
- Michael Weinhardt: Ethical Issues in the Use of Big Data for Social Research.
45.2 - Military and Welfare State
Special Issue – Military and Welfare State: Conscription, Military Interests, and Western Welfare States in the Age of Industrialized Mass Warfare (Herbert Obinger)
- Nikolas Dörr, Lukas Grawe & Herbert Obinger: The Military Origins of Labor Protection Legislation in Imperial Germany.
- Nikolas Dörr: “As far as Numbers are concerned, we are beaten” Finis Galliae and the Nexus between Fears of Depopulation, Welfare Reform, and the Military in France during the Third Republic, 1870-1940.
- Delia González de Reufels: Health, Education, and General Conscription: Chilean Social Policy and the Military in the Second Half of the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century.
- Lukas Grawe: The Influence of Military Considerations on the 1869 Reichsvolksschulgesetz in Imperial Austria.
- Klaus Petersen: The Welfare Defence: Military Security and Social Welfare in Denmark from 1848 to the Cold War.
- Pierluigi Pironti: Warfare to Welfare: World War I and the Development of Social Legislation in Italy.
- Carina Schmitt: The Warfare – Welfare Nexus in French African Colonies in the Course of the First and Second World War.
- Olivier Burtin: The History of Veterans’ Policy in the United States: A Comparative Overview.
- Hubert Knoblauch & Martina Löw: The Re-Figuration of Spaces and Refigured Modernity – Concept and Diagnosis.
- Cas Wouters: Have Civilising Processes Changed Direction? Informalisation, Functional Democratisation, and Globalisation.
45.1 - Emotion, Authority, and National Character
Special Issue – Emotion, Authority, and National Character: Historical-Processual Perspectives (Helmut Kuzmics, Dieter Reicher & Jason Hughes)
- Helmut Kuzmics, Dieter Reicher & Jason Hughes: State, Emotion, Authority, and National Habitus. State-Related Problems of Our Time and Methodological Discourses in Sociology and Historical Sociology.
The Middle East
- Behrouz Alikhani: Processes of the State and Habitus Formation in Iran in the 19th and early 20th Centuries: The Socio- and Psychogenesis of the Constitutional Revolution in 1906.
- Onur Kınlı & İrem Özgören Kınlı: Is Every Turk Born a Soldier? A Historical-Processual Analysis.
- Gad Yair: The Uncanny: How Cultural Trauma Trumps Reason in German Israeli Scientific Collaborations.
East Central and Southeastern Europe
- Nicolas Demertzis & Hara Stratoudaki: Greek Nationalism as a Case of Political Religion: Rituals and Sentimentality.
- Miklós Hadas: The Culture of Distrust. On the Hungarian National Habitus.
- Marta Bucholc: Schengen and the Rosary: Catholic Religion and the Postcolonial Syndrome in Polish National Habitus.
Western and Central Europe
- Lars Bo Kaspersen: The Creation of Modern Denmark – A Figurational Analysis.
- Dieter Reicher: Nationalistic German Gymnastic Movements and Modern Sports. Culture between Identity and Habitus.
- Steven Loyal & Stephen Quilley: State Formation, Habitus, and National Character: Elias, Bourdieu, Polanyi, and Gellner and the Case of Asylum Seekers in Ireland.
- Michael Dunning & Jason Hughes: Power, Habitus, and National Character: The Figurational Dynamics of Brexit.