The Spanish Society for the History of Psychology is happy to announce its XXXIII Symposium, to be held in Sevilla from April 15 to April 17, 2020. The Symposium will be hosted by the Department of Experimental Psychology at the Universidad de Sevilla.
Proposals for oral presentations and posters, as well
as panels or monographic sessions on any aspect of the history of the human,
behavioral and social sciences will be welcome. Particularly encouraged this
year are submissions dealing with the following issues:
- History of Psychology in Spain
- History of Psychology in Ibero-America
- Women in the History of Psychology
- History and Systems of Psychology
- Historiography of Psychology
Image of José Luis Pinillos. A multi-sided approach to
his figure and work. Dr. Enrique Lafuente (UNED, Madrid)
The Birth of Psychotherapy from the Turmoil of
American Religion. Dr. Christopher D. Green (York University, Toronto, Canada)
Proposals for oral presentations should
contain a 700-word abstract (Spanish and English), including a short
bibliography. They should be informative enough to enable the Scientific
Committee to do its evaluative task properly.
Proposals for panels (monographic
sessions) should contain a 500 word rationale
(Spanish and English), including a short bibliography, plus a brief abstract of
some 300 words (Spanish and English) for each of the contributions submitted.
Panels should consist of 3 to 5 contributions.
Proposals for posters should
contain a 300-word abstract (Spanish and English), including a short
A limited number of travel stipends will
be provided by the SEHP to students contributing to the Symposium and duly
applying for them. Registrations should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 1, 2020.
Registration requirements can be found on the SEHP’s blog.
Those students wishing to submit their
research papers to the SEHP’s “Juan Huarte de San Juan” and/or “Antonio
Caparrós” awards are kindly requested to send their manuscripts to the SEHP’s
mail address: email@example.com by February 1, 2020. Requirements can be
consulted at the SEHP’s website.
All scientific sessions will be held at
the Faculty of Psychology, Assembly Hall, in Ramón and Cajal Campus, Camilo
José Cela St. (District
of Nervión), Sevilla.
Natividad Sánchez, Gabriel Ruiz, Esperanza Quintero, Estrella Díaz, Luis
Gonzalo de la Casa, Juan Carlos López y Juan Pedro Vargas (Departamento de
Psicología Experimental. Universidad de Sevilla).
Alexandra Rutherford (York University), Annette Mülberger (Universidad
de Barcelona), Arthur Arruda Leal (Universidad Federal de Río de Janeiro),
Manuel Sánchez de Miguel (Universidad del País Vasco), Noemí Pizarroso (UNED,
Madrid) y Natividad Sánchez (Universidad de Sevilla).