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    Greg Eghigian,Andreas Killen,Christine Leuenberger
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    University of Chicago Press Journals; 1 edition (September 1, 2007)
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Volume 22 explores the ways that twentieth-century political institutions and the human sciences in the western world attempted to understand and shape the attitudes and behaviors of individuals.

Volume 22 explores the ways that twentieth-century political institutions and the human sciences in the western world attempted to understand and shape the attitudes and behaviors of individuals.

The Self as Project: Politics and the Human Sciences. Introduction: The Self as a Political and Scientific Project in the 20th Century" (with Greg Eghigian and Andreas Killan), Osiris, 22.

Osiris, Volume 22 book. Volume 22 explores the ways that twentieth-century political institutions and the human sciences in the western world attempted to understand and shape the attitudes and behaviors of individuals. Osiris annually examines a particular topic in the history of science, bringing together experts in the field to consider multiple aspects of the time period, episode, or theme.

Introduction: The self as project: Politics and the human sciences in the twentieth century. G Eghigian, A Killen, C Leuenberger. Osiris 22 (1), 1-25, 2007. Constructions of the Berlin Wall: how material culture is used in psychological theory. Social Problems 53 (1), 18-37, 2006. Socialist psychotherapy and its dissidents. Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences 37 (3), 261-273, 2001.

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Christine Leuenberger. An introduction to "The Self as Project," Volume 22 of the Osiris series, notes that the essays explore the nature & impact of the marriage between politics & human sciences that occurred in the 20th century. The lack of scholarly attention that has been given to the inner lives of individuals is pointed out, along with how the term "self" allows for the consideration of human beings as both "objects of & subjects acting upon science & politics.

Recent volumes of Osiris include Expertise: Practical Knowledge and the Early Modern State, Klima, Clio Meets Science: The Challenges of History, and Music . Greg Eghigian, Andreas Killen and Christine Leuenberger.

Recent volumes of Osiris include Expertise: Practical Knowledge and the Early Modern State, Klima, Clio Meets Science: The Challenges of History, and Music, Sound, and the Laboratory. Blueprints for Change: The Human Sciences and the Coercive Transformation of Deviants in Russia, 1890–1930. Blueprints for Change: The Human Sciences and the Coercive Transformation of Deviants in Russia, 1890–1930 (pp. 26-47).

Eghigian, Greg Killen, Andreas and Leuenberger, Christine 2007. Introduction: The Self as Project: Politics and the Human Sciences in the Twentieth Century. Osiris, Vol. 22, Issue. Heyck, Hunter and Kaiser, David 2010. Isis, Vol. 101, Issue. In a Distorted Mirror: The Cold War and . Soviet Biomedical Cooperation and (Mis)understanding, 1956–1977. Journal of Cold War Studies, Vol. 14, Issue.

Homo Cinematicus: Science, Motion Pictures, and the Making of Modern Germany (University of. .

Homo Cinematicus: Science, Motion Pictures, and the Making of Modern Germany (University of Pennsylvania Press 2017). Psychiatry and its Visual Culture in the Modern Era, in The Routledge History of Madness and Mental Health, ed. G. Eghigian (New York: Routledge, 2017), 172-190.

Eghigian, . Killen, A. and Leuenberger, C. (2007) The self as project: Politics and the human sciences in the twentieth century. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Freeman, M. (2000) Modernists at heart? Postmodern artistic breakdowns and the question of identity. In: D. Fee (e. Pathology and the Postmodern: Mental Illness as Discourse and Experience. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, pp. 116–140. Gellner, E. (1996) The Psychoanalytic Movement: The Cunning of Unreason. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University Press.

Osiris annually examines a particular topic in the history of science, bringing together experts in the field to consider multiple aspects of the time period, episode, or theme.   Volume 22 explores the ways that twentieth-century political institutions and the human sciences in the western world attempted to understand and shape the attitudes and behaviors of individuals.