1. Tobias Roehl & Herbert Kalthoff (2013). Remarks on Violence and Intersubjectivity. Human Studies 36 (1):111-119.
    The article connects a sociological perspective on violence to the problem of intersubjectivity. After an overview of sociological and cultural accounts of violence, we turn to a fundamental problem caused by the experience of violence. In dialogue with Frances Chaput Wakslers book on The New Orleans Sniper (2010) we discuss a case in which the problem of intersubjectivity figures prominently. The erratic nature of violent acts committed by an unseen sniper is experienced as existential crisis in which the question of (...)
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  2. Herbert Kalthoff & Tobias Roehl (2011). Interobjectivity and Interactivity: Material Objects and Discourse in Class. [REVIEW] Human Studies 34 (4):451-469.
    In classroom teaching, material objects like the blackboard play an important role. Yet qualitative research on education has largely ignored this material dimension of education and focused on interaction and discourse. Both dimensions are, however, closely related to each other. Material objects are embedded in classroom discourse and are transformed into knowledge objects by speech acts, and in turn structure discussions and constitute a point of reference for school lessons. Drawing on ethnographic research on classroom lessons in mathematics and science (...)
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  3. Herbert Kalthoff (2006). The Launch of Banking Instruments and the Figuration of Markets. The Case of the Polish Car-Trading Industry. Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 36 (4):347–368.
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