Starting tomorrow, Advances in the History of Psychology will begin running a special series of posts related to work on the digital history of psychology. As you may be aware, the blog is based out of the History and Theory of psychology program at York University. Many of the blog’s contributors are also members of the institution’s PsyBorgs Lab, a research collective dedicated to undertaking research on the discipline’s past using the methods of the digital humanities. The research group is headed by professors Christopher Green and Michael Pettit. More information on the group’s members can be found here. In the weeks and months to come we’ll provide you with an inside look at some of this work, including both its methods and results. Expect to see regular posts on this work the first Tuesday of each month, with a few bonus posts sprinkled in between.
Visit us tomorrow for the first of these posts: a discussion of networking the discipline’s non-human research organisms by Michael Pettit.
The full series of posts can be found here.