A new, multi-lingual blog devoted to the history of psychology has come online. The Rede Iberoamericana de Historiadores da História da Psicologia (RIPeHP), or Iberoamerican Network of Researchers in the History of Psychology, features posts written in Portuguese, Spanish, and English from an international group of contributors. As described on the blog itself,
RIPeHP is a blog that brings together: the Iberoamerican Network of Researchers in the History of Psychology (RIPeHP), the Working Group in the History of Psychology (GT History of Psychology) of the National Association for Research and Graduate Studies in Psychology (ANPEPP) and the Working Group in the History of Psychology (GT History of Psychology) of the Interamerican Society of Psychology (SIP).
This blog is constantly updated. Its goal is to bring together those interested in History of Psychology and related disciplines. In addition, it aims to disseminate the productions of the researchers involved with the RIPeHP, GTs History of Psychology of ANPEPP and of SIP.
The networks and groups that support this blog are made of a group of researchers from different countries whose aim is to promote joint research and scientific and academic exchanges through conferences, collective participation in agreements and institutional accords.
The RIPeHP blog officially launches later this week in Buenos Aires during the 12th annual Encuentro Argentino de Historia de La Psicología, de La Psiquiatría y de La Psicoanálisis (Argentinean Meeting of the History of Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychoanalysis).