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CfP: Spanish Society for the History of Psychology

The Spanish Society for the History of Psychology has issued a call for papers for its 2016 meeting, to be held May 4-6, 2016. Submission abstracts will be accepted in Portuguese, English, and Spanish, and are due December 31, 2015. Full details follow below and can be found on the the society’s website.

The “Spanish Society for the History of Psychology” organizes its XXIX Annual Symposium on University Portucalense (Porto, Portugal) from 4 to 6 May 2016.

The overall theme of the Symposium, the participants proposed, focuses on the “History of Psychopathology and Psychotherapy” assuming full range of theories, models and practices, with special emphasis on the Latin American world.Therefore, the Symposium will provide an opportunity for dissemination, discussion and critical deepening of historical and epistemological issues personalities and institutions in the Latin American world, they have contributed to the theoretical and practical innovation in the context of understanding / explanation psychopathological and psychotherapeutic intervention. It is intended, therefore, to encourage research in a scientific-cultural and geopolitical sphere that has been systematically marginalized.

However, special attention to this general theme does not mean the exclusion of other important themes in the history of psychology, among which we highlight the following:

  • Philosophical Foundations of Psychology,
  • Psychology at the Ibero-
  • History of psychological schools,
  • History of the Neurosciences and Neropsicología,
  • Biographies reviews Psychologists / as,
  • History of psychiatric institutions,
  • Psychology, colonialism, racism and multi / inter-cultural,
  • Psychology of sexuality and gender,
  • Women and feminism in psychology,
  • Psychology of religion and spirituality,
  • Efemerides held in 2016, including the following anniversaries: Foundation Club Zurich by Carl Gustav Jung (1916), E. Mach (1838-1916), Th Ribot (1839-1916), O. Külpe (. 1862-1916), H. Münsterberg (1863-1916), Leta Hollingworth (1886-1939, PhD 1916), H. Eysenck (1916-1997), Julian Rotter (1916-2014), Virginia Satir (1916-1988 ).

Participants can submit:

  • Papers : oral presentations of 20 minutes maximum;
  • Roundtables : maximum 4 papers (90 minutes), with thematic coherence;
  • Posters (recommended size: A1).

 All proposals must be written in English, Castilian and Portuguese, and will be evaluated by double blind review. These should include:

  • Title; Abstract: 550-750 words 150-250 for Communications and Posters; References (5-10); (. 5 max) keywords; a separate document with the institutional linkage and a brief biographical note of the author (100 words maximum) indicating the issues that interest you and publications in the area.

Successful proposals will be published in e-book with ISBN.
To request further information and to send the proposals should be addressed to the following address: SEHPsymposium@upt.pt

Important dates for the Conference:

  •  Submission of proposals for papers, panels and posters: until 31 December 2015 .
  • The decision on the proposals: to the January 31, 2016.
  • The Conference program will be ready by March 31, 2016.
  • Registration: from 31 January 2016.

CFP: Symposium of the Spanish Society for HoP

The Sociedad Española de Historia de la Psicología (Spanish Society for the History of Psychology) has issued a call for papers for its forthcoming 25th annual symposium to be held in Santiago de Compostela in May 2012. Full details follow below.

Announcement and Call for Papers: 25th Symposium of the Spanish Society for the History of Psychology (SEHP)

The XXV Conference of SEHP will be held in Santiago de Compostela (North Spain) from May 10-12 at the University of Santiago. Submissions for papers and posters are invited. Although the main language in the symposium will be Spanish, English contributions are also welcome.

Possible submissions may deal with any aspect of the history of psychology or related historiographical and methodological issues.

Abstracts submission deadline: February, 15, 2012.

Instructions for submitting proposals: Please, send a 500 to 700-word abstract in English or Spanish in case of an oral presentation. For poster presentations a 150 to 300-word abstract is required.

Submitted abstracts will be judged according to the quality and originality of the work described. The corresponding author will be notified when a decision has been made. Accepted abstracts will be included in the proceedings, to be distributed at the symposium

Additional instructions for submitting proposals, as well as registering at the conference, and other useful information may be found at http://www.usc.es/congresos/xxvsymposiumsehp/index.htm.

For further information, please contact: sehp.2012@gmail.com

Annual Meeting of the Spanish Society for HoP

The annual meeting of the Spanish Society for the History of Psychology, Sociedad Española de Historia de la Psicología (SEHP), will be held May 13-15 in Donostia – San Sebastián. The meeting has been organized by José Maria Gondra Rezola, Manuel Sanchez de Miguel, Angel González Alonso, Michaels Dry Malen, and Luis Maria Iturbide Luquín, and will feature two invited addresses. Alexandra Rutherford of York University will deliver the keynote address on “Feminism and American Psychology: The History of a Relationship,” while Wade Pickren of Ryerson University will deliver the closing address entitled “Traveling Miles: ‘Circulation and Psychological Transformation of Knowledge.'”

Additional talks at the meeting fall largely under the following themes:

  • William James in memory: one hundred years after his death. Legacy and influence of his work in the history of psychology.
  • History of applied psychology.
  • History of Spanish psychology.
  • History of developmental psychology.
  • Women in the history of psychology.
  • Psychology and pacifism: the story of psychologists for peace.
  • Roots of schools and psychological systems.
  • The role of the History of Psychology in the development of psychology and the training of psychologists.
  • Bologna: teaching applied aspects of the History of Psychology and adaptation of the subject to the new curriculum.

The full conference program can be found here.