The Sources, Research Notes, and News section of History of Psychology is currently seeking submissions. The official request for submissions, from the section editor Kelli Vaughn-Blount, follows below.
Please consider submitting items of interest to the News section to be included in the February issue of History of Psychology. The News section publishes information relevant to both national and international history of psychology communities, including recent publications (books, translations, etc), upcoming conferences, calls for papers, recaps of events and conferences, and community member news about their awards, moves, passings, and accomplishments.
The deadline for inclusion is November 20, 2009.
Please email submission to: firstname.lastname@example.org
The News is now one part of a larger journal section called Sources, Research Notes, and News. The purpose of this section is threefold. One, the section will serve to highlight archives, archival activity, and other resources for historical scholarship; such as newly discovered historical material (Sources). Two, the section will provide a venue for brief research notes and discussion of methodologies in historical research (Research Notes). The third purpose is to provide a place for news relevant to the history of psychology community as described above. Submission information for Sources and Research Notes will be available in the coming months on the journals website (historyofpsych.org/journal.html).