JHBS CFPs: (1) Historicizing “Therapeutic Culture” – Towards a Material, Pragmatic, and Polycentric History of Psychologization, (2) Revival of Psychology in Eastern Europe After the Fall of Totalitarian Communist Regimes

Two calls for papers, one for a special issue and another for a Perspectives themed section, have been issued by the Journal of the History of the Behavioral SciencesFull details on these calls, as well as submission instructions can be found on the JHBS website. Topic details and guest editor information are provided below.

JHBS Open Call for Papers: Historicizing “Therapeutic Culture” – Towards a Material, Pragmatic, and Polycentric History of Psychologization
Guest editors: R. Amouroux, L. Gerber, M. Aronov, C. Jaccard (University of Lausanne) 

JHBS Open Call for Papers: A PERSPECTIVES Themed Section on: Revival of Psychology in Eastern Europe After the Fall of Totalitarian Communist Regimes
Guest edited by Julien-Ferencz Kiss, PhD

About Jacy Young

Jacy Young is a professor at Quest University Canada. A critical feminist psychologist and historian of psychology, she is committed to critical pedagogy and public engagement with feminist psychology and the history of the discipline.

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