Will the "History of Science and Mathematics" include the history of "soft" sciences such as psychology, anthropology, sociology, and economics?
"I have heard it reputed that Carl Rogers was the first psychotherapist to record psychotherapy sessions for research and training purposes, and this was enormously controversial. Can anyone substantiate this? Are there any good secondary sources which discuss this controversy in detail?"
"The concept of "social deviance" was (is?) a crucial one in sociology. What is the origin of that concept? Did it come out of one of the important early 20th century psychiatric traditions (e.g. Freudian psychoanalytic theory, Adlerian adjustment theory, etc)?"
"Sol Tax reputedly developed his 'Action Anthropology' in response to the weaponized use of anthropology by the US Bureau of Indian Affairs. What do we know about who was supplying that anthropological consultation or information to the US BIA?"
Proposal: History of Science And Mathematics