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This section is devoted to published comments on Kurt Danziger's work and replies by Kurt Danziger to these comments where they exist. There is some overlap with the section on symposia, which often provided the basis for these published comments. The basic distinction is that the former is devoted to conference presentations, while the latter is devoted to publications.

1. Kurt Danziger was involved in a debate with Daniel N. Robinson on the historiography of psychology in the December 2013 issue of Theory & Psychology. more ...

2. Two encyclopedia entries on Kurt Danziger have been published. The first was written for the Encyclopedia of the History of Psychological Theories (Springer, 2012). The second was written for the Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology (Wiley, 2013). more ...

3. Rediscovering the history of psychology: Essays inspired by the work of Kurt Danziger. This is a book that was co-edited by Adrian Brock, Johann Louw and Willem van Hoorn and published by Kluwer (now owned by Springer) in 2004. It contains an introduction Kurt Danziger's work on history and theory of psychology by Adrian Brock and chapters by several prominent historians of psychology from Europe, North America and South Africa, as well as a reply by Kurt Danziger. more ...

4. Tribute to Kurt Danziger. Special issue of the History and Philosophy of Psychology Bulletin. The special issue was published to coincide with Kurt Danziger's retirement from teaching at York University in 1994. It contains an interview with Kurt Danziger and articles by Norman Endler, Raymond Fancher, Charles Tolman, Adrian Brock, Katalin Dzinas, Betty Bayer and Richard Walsh-Bowers. more ...

5. "Does the history of psychology have a future?" This article appeared in Theory & Psychology in 1994. It led to comments by two Dutch historians of psychology, Hans van Rappard and Trudy Dehue, and two replies by Kurt Danziger. more ...

6. "Psychological objects, practice, and history." This article appeared in Annals of Theoretical Psychology in 1993. It was accompanied by comments by Mitchell Ash, Franz Samelson and John Mills, and a reply by Kurt Danziger. more ...

7. Review Symposium on Kurt Danziger's Constructing the Subject. The symposium was originally published in Theory & Psychology in 1992. It consists of comments by James Capshew, John Mills and Tim Rogers and a reply by Kurt Danziger. These comments are supplemented by a paper by Hank Stam, which was a part of the original symposium but which was published separately as a book review in Contemporary Psychology. more ...