The Society for the History of Psychology meets during the American Psychological Association Convention held annually in August. Program submissions, registration, and additional meeting details are accessed on the APA website: http://www.apa.org/convention/
It is our pleasure to issue the call for submissions to the 2019 meeting of the Society for the History of Psychology. This year we are particularly interested in papers that use a critical history to understand pressing contemporary issues and topics in psychology and in society.
What can history tell us about the shape, subject matter, controversies, and trends in contemporary psychology? Examples could include psychological ethics, methodological controversies, and changes in professional licensing, training, and practice.
What can critical history of psychology tell us about pressing social issues? Examples could include racial profiling, political divisiveness, and the environment.
Given the location of the conference, we are also particularly interested in presentations connected to Chicago and the surrounding area.
APA’s call for papers and their submission portal:
2007Alexandra Rutherford 2006Donald Dewsbury 2005Ian Nicolson 2004Debra Sue Pate 2003Trey Buchanan 2002Andrew Winston 2001Rachael Rosner 2000Charles Early
1999Katharine Milar 1998Wade Pickren 1997Christopher Green 1996Adrian Brock and Kurt Danziger 1995Donald A. Dewsbury 1994Laurel Furumoto and Betty Bayer 1993Henry L. Minton 1992Wayne Viney 1991Raymond E. Fancher 1990William E. Wilsoncroft
1989James L. Pate 1988Charles E. Early and James L. Pate 1987Alfred Fuchs 1986Jill G. Morawski 1985Laurence Smith 1984William R. Woodward 1983Rand Evans 1982Richard Lerner 1981David E. Leary 1980Fairfield Caudle
1979Elizabeth Scarborough Goodman 1978Wayne Viney 1977Elizabeth Scarborough Goodman 1976Bryan Laver 1975Virginia Staudt Sexton 1974Barbara Ross 1973Klaus Riegel 1972Rand Evans 1971John Sullivan 1970Robert G. Weyant 1969Wallace A. Russell 1968Mary Henle 1967David Krantz