Sofort in Open Access Verfügbar: 47.2 - 1. Forum - Drifting Apart: The Dissociation of States from International Cooperation and its Consequences.
Jetzt in Open Access verfügbar: 46.4 - Caring in Times of a Global Pandemic / Vaccination and Society
47.2 - Drifting Apart/Transforming Cities
HSR Forum – Drifting Apart: The Dissociation of States from International Cooperation and its Consequences. (Matthias Dembinski & Dirk Peters)
- Matthias Dembinski & Dirk Peters: Drifting Apart: Examining the Consequences of States’ Dissociation from International Cooperation – A Framework.
- Frank Bösch & Daniel Walter: Iran’s Dissociation from Cooperation with the West between the 1960s and 1980s.
- Susanne Maslanka: The Withdrawal of the GDR from the Warsaw Pact – Expectations, Hopes, and Disappointments in German-Soviet Relations During the Dissociation Process.
- Mikhail Polianskii: The Perils of Ruxit: Russia’s Tension-Ridden Dissociation from the European Security Order.
- Sinan Chu: Dissociation via Alternative Institutions: The Establishment of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank and US-China Conflict.
- Dirk Peters: Brexit: The Perils of Dissociation by Negotiation.
HSR Forum – Transforming Cities, Negotiating Centrality: Markets and Civic Buildings in Comparative Perspective (XVth c. – XXth c.). (Colin Arnaud, Nora Lafi & Alessandra Ferrighi)
- Colin Arnaud, Alessandra Ferrighi & Nora Lafi: Transforming Cities, Negotiating Centrality: Markets and Civic Buildings in Comparative Perspective (XVth c. - XXth c.). An Introduction. [abstract]
- Anna Paulina Orłowska & Patrycja Szwedo-Kielczewska: Infrastructure and Centrality in Town during Annual Fairs. Three Polish Examples (1385–1655). [abstract]
- Stefano D’Amico: The Governor, the Bishop, and the Patricians: The Contest for the Cathedral Square in Spanish Milan (1535–1706). [abstract]
- Margarida Relvão Calmeiro: From Boundary to New Centrality. The Transformation of the Santa Cruz Monastery to Accommodate the New Facilities of the Liberal State During the Nineteenth Century. [abstract]
- Beya Abidi-Belhadj: Transforming and Interpreting the Kasbah: The Negotiation of Centrality in Tunis. [abstract]
47.1 - Visibilities of Violence
Special Issue– Visibilities of Violence: Microscopic Studies of Violent Events and Beyond. (Thomas Hoebel, Jo Reichertz & René Tuma)
- Thomas Hoebel, Jo Reichertz & René Tuma: Visibilities of Violence. On Visual Violence Research and Current Methodological Challenges. [abstract]
I. Facing Violence: Microscopic Studies with and without Audiovisual Data
- Anne Nassauer: Video Data Analysis as a Tool for Studying Escalation Processes: The Case of Police Use of Force. [abstract]
- Christian Meyer & Ulrich v. Wedelstaedt: Opening the Black Box: An Ethnomethodological Approach for the Video-Based Analysis of Violence. [abstract]
- Laura D. Keesman & Don Weenink: Feel it Coming: Situational Turning Points in Police-Civilian Encounters. [abstract]
- Susanne Nef & Friederike Lorenz-Sinai: Multilateral Generation of Violence: On the Theorization of Microscopic Analyses and Empirically Grounded Theories of Violence. [abstract]
- Frithjof Nungesser: Studying the Invisible. Experiences of Extreme Violence as a Methodological Challenge. [abstract]
II. Shifting Limitations: The Temporal Embedding and Unfolding of Violent Events
- Wolff-Michael Roth: The Emergence and Unfolding of Violent Events: A Transactional Approach. [abstract]
- Jo Reichertz: Escalation of Violence in Unclear Situations – A Methodological Proposal for Video Analysis. [abstract]
- Ekkehard Coenen & René Tuma: Contextural and Contextual – Introducing a Heuristic of Third Parties in Sequences of Violence. [abstract]
- Thomas Hoebel: Emplotments of Violence. On Narrative Explanations and their Audiovisual Data. [abstract]
III. Challenging Research: Methodological, Theoretical and Ethical Problems of Analyzing Violence
- Thomas Alkemeyer: The Embodied Subjectivities of Videography. [abstract]
- Gesa Lindemann, Jonas Barth & Johanna Fröhlich: The Methodological Relevance of a Theory-of-Society Perspective for the Empirical Analysis of Violence. [abstract]
- César Antonio Cisneros Puebla: Microsociology of Killing in Mexican Video Executions. [abstract]
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
Supplement – 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.
- Kristina Korte: Filtering or Blocking Mobility? Inequalities, Marginalization, and Power Relations at Fortified Borders.
- Lena Laube: Diplomatic Side-Effects of the EU’s Externalization of Border Control and the Emerging Role of “Transit States” in Migration Diplomacy.
- Ruben Zaiotti & Nafisa A. Abdulhamid: Inside Out and Outside In: COVID-19 and the Reconfiguration of Europe’s External Border Controls.
- Ayelet Shachar & Aaqib Mahmood: The Body as the Border: A New Era.
- Nina Amelung: “Crimmigration Control” across Borders: The Convergence of Migration and Crime Control through Transnational Biometric Databases.
- Vladimir Kolosov & Maria Zotova: “De-Facto Borders” as a Mirror of Sovereignty. The Case of the Post-Soviet Non-Recognized States.
- Sabine von Löwis & Gwendolyn Sasse: A Border Regime in the Making? The Case of the Contact Line in Ukraine. [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.
- Jörg Niewöhner: Making Evidence in the Future Perfect: Provincialising Climate Impact Science in the Quest for More-Than-Human Liveability.
- Hubert Knoblauch: Reflexive Methodology and the Empirical Theory of Science.
- Franz Breuer: Scientific Research Activity and its Self-Reflexive Consideration.
- Andreas Langenohl: Algorithmic Reflexivity: The Constitution of Socio-Technical Accountability in Financial Pricing.
- Frédéric Lebaron: Geometric Data Analysis as a Tool for Reflexivity.
- Stephan Gauch: The Ironic Becomings of Reflexivity – The Case of Citation Theory in Bibliometrics.
- Jon Dean: Reflexivity and Its Limits in the Study of Social Inequalities.
- Hella von Unger: Ethical Reflexivity as Research Practice.
- Nina Baur: Decolonizing Social Science Methodology. Positionality in the German-Language Debate.
- Manuela Boatcă: Counter-Mapping as Method: Locating and Relating the (Semi-)Peripheral Self.
- Tanja Bogusz & Moritz Holtappels: Third Knowledge Spaces between Nature and Society: A Dialogue.
- Ulrich Dirnagl, Philipp Misselwitz, Lisa Ruhrort & Dagmar Simon: Crossing Borders, Creating Together: An Interdisciplinary Dialogue on Transdisciplinary Knowledge Production.
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.