Clio's Psyche Call for Papers

Clio's Psyche is looking for articles on a variety of subjects.  Here are some special issues that we would welcome  informed guest editor or co-editors for psychologically articles on:

  • Psychobiography and Globalization—Due June 15 for the Fall issue
  • Psychology of Election 2016: Candidate Psychobiography,  Emotions, Political Illusions, and Realities—Due June 15 for the Fall issue
  • Environmentalism and Anti-Environmentalism--due September 15
  • The Impact of Celebrity Culture on America
  • Dependency and Independency in the Family, Politics, and Society
  • TV as Object Relations: Our Emotional Connection to Fantasy
  • Entrepreneurship, Innovation, and Business Success
  • Images and Psychology of Enemies and Hatred through the Ages
  • The Intrapsychic and Societal Processes of the American Acceptance of  Homosexuality
  • The Contemporary American Fascination with Animals
  • Anti-Government Fantasies and Civilization
  • The Psychology of Anti-Intellectualism and its Implications for Democracy

While most articles we publish are 1500-2000 words, we are now accepting longer submissions. (Include your brief biography ending in your email-address.)    Some 3,500 word essays are also welcome provided they are outstanding scholarship and well written.  We do not publish bibliographies and usually have citations only for direct quotes.  Before writing it is good to examine issues from the last decade on cliospsyche.org/archives.  Note that we usually use three or five refrees in our double blind refreeing system. Articles, abstracts, keywords, and queries should be sent to the editor. 

      Paul H. Elovitz, PhD, at pelovitz@aol.com.