Angus Nicholls becomes Co-Editor of History of the Human Sciences
17 March 2016
Reader in Comparatative Literature and German, Angus Nicholls, has been appointed as co-editor of History of the Human Sciences, an interdisciplinary journal which publishes research and reviews that address problematics in the history of the human sciences. Its interests lie in how the terrain of the humanities, social sciences, psychological and biological sciences has undergone significant transformation in the last quarter century and how scholars are critically examining their traditional assumptions and preoccupations about human beings, societies, life, reason, animals, and minds, in light of developments and methodological transformations that cut across disciplinary boundaries.
We extend our congratulations to Angus for this achievement.
More information about the journal can be found at: http://www.histhum.com/