Call for Nominations for Editor of HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY
The Society for the History of Psychology (Division 26 of the American Psychological Association) is seeking nominees for editor of its quarterly journal, HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY. First published in 1998, the journal features refereed articles addressing all aspects of psychology’s past and of its interrelationship with the many contexts within which it has emerged and been practiced. It also published scholarly work in closely related areas, such as historical psychology (the history of consciousness and behavior), psychohistory, theory in psychology as it pertains to history, historiography, biography and autobiography, and the teaching of the history of psychology. Editorial candidates should thus have broad historical interests and outstanding editorial skills. The selected editor will begin receiving manuscripts in mid-2004 and will become the editor in January 2005. The Society welcomes nominations, including self-nominations, and especially encourages nominations of members of underrepresented groups. Further information is available from the Society’s current President, James L. Pate (at [email protected]), to whom all nominations should be sent.