“Thinking in Cases”: Review Symposium on John Forrester’s monograph and his research on “cases”
Call for submissions to History of the Human Sciences journal
As part of our celebration of the work of the incomparable John Forrester, the journal History of the Human Sciences (HHS) is hosting a review symposium around John’s final work: Thinking in Cases (Polity: 2017). The first essay in this collection ‘If p, then what? Thinking in cases’ was originally published in HHS back in 1996.
As part of our efforts to showcase the work of new and emerging scholars, HHS invites expressions of interest from all early career researchers (a flexible definition) whose work bears in some way upon the work John started with Thinking in Cases. We welcome anyone who would like to contribute to such a dialogue with John’s work, and with each other.
If interested, please send a short expression of interest (max 200 words) to the email address below, outlining your strengths as candidate for inclusion in such a review symposium. Depending upon response, we anticipate final contributions of c.3,000 words.
Expressions of Interest: Monday 13th March, 2017.
Submission of Contributions: 31st October, 2017.
Publication in HHS: 2018.
If you have questions, and for submissions: email Chris Millard.
We look forward to hearing from you,
Felicity Callard (Editor-in-Chief) & Chris Millard (Reviews Editor)