About Us

Editor-in-Chief of Clio’s Psyche and Founder, Director, and Convener of Psychohistory Forum

Dr. Paul H. Elovitz, PhD, began organizing scholarly meetings when he started as a faculty member at Ramapo College and then as convener of the Institute for Psychohistory Saturday Workshops (1975-1982). In 1982, he founded the Psychohistory Forum to nurture psychohistorical research and continues to lead its Executive Council. In 1994, he created Clio’s Psyche (cliospsyche.org) to publish its scholarship, of which he is Editor-in-Chief. Prof. Elovitz is a historian, psychoanalytic researcher, and author of well over 400 publications, covering presidential psychobiography, teaching, documenting the field of psychohistory, and much more. After taking his doctoral degree in history, he trained and practiced as a psychoanalyst for three decades, and in 2019 was made the first Research Psychoanalyst by the New Jersey Institute for Psychoanalysis. Elovitz is the author of The Making of Psychohistory, editor of The Many Roads of the Builders of Psychohistory, and edited or wrote eight other books. He is a founding member and past president of the International Psychohistorical Association (1978-) who held all but one of its offices and continues to serve on its leadership council. He is the sole founder of the IPhA who has attended and presented at all of its annual meetings. In recent years, he has devoted himself to editing, publishing, and writing psychobiography.  Prof. Elovitz was a founding faculty member at Ramapo College who previously taught at Temple, Rutgers, and Fairleigh Dickinson universities. Aside from teaching Western and World Civilizations, his focus on teaching was on American, English, and European history; childhood; gender; genocide; the Holocaust; identity; leadership; psychobiography; psychohistory; the psychology of creativity and innovation; and war and peace. Presently, he teaches post-graduate courses on creativity, psychoanalysis, psychobiography, and other aspects of psychohistory online at psychoanalytic institutes. A Festschrift honoring him is scheduled for publication in Clio’s Psyche in 2024. He may be contacted at .

Associate Editor of Clio’s Psyche and Associate Director of Psychohistory Forum

Inna Rozentsvit, MD, PhD, MBA, MSciEd, is a neurologist and neurorehabilitation specialist, trained in psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, with extensive experience in brain trauma, autoimmune neurological and neuropsychiatric conditions(www.innarozentsvit.com). She is a founder of the Neurorecovery Solutions, Inc. (neurorecoverysolutions.com), a non-profit organization which helps neurologically impaired and their caregivers in their often heart-breaking journey to well-being. Dr. Rozentsvit is passionate about people and supporting the possibilities that all people are. This passion fueled her publishing endeavors, which realized into founding the ORI Academic Press (oriacademicpress.org), the MindMend Publishing Co., and the MindConsiliums (a trans-disciplinary journal with main focus on cross-pollination of knowledge and experience from various mental health, medicine, and science fields, mindconsiliums.org). Dr. Rozentsvit is the scientific faculty member, programs director, and administrator of the Object Relations Institute for Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy (ORI, www.orinyc.org) in NYC. She may be contacted at .

Editorial Associate of Clio’s Psyche and Administrator of Psychohistory Forum

Nicole D’Andria, BA, is known for her efficient work. She specializes in editing scholarship and pop culture content. She is a Researcher, Editorial Associate, and Microsoft Publisher Software Specialist for Clio’s Psyche and the Psychohistory Forum. Nicole started helping to edit Clio’s Psyche with the December 2013 issue of the journal as well as helping to edit Dr. Paul Elovitz’ The Making of Psychohistory and The Many Roads of the Builders of Psychohistory. Two of her articles have been featured in Clio’s Psyche, one of which won a Young Scholar Award. She also serves as a Copy Editor for ORI Academic Press and intermittently acts as an Editorial Assistant for the Journal for the Advancement of Scientific Psychoanalytic Empirical Research (J.A.S.P.E.R.), assisting with the editing of three issues. Nicole can be contacted on her website, comicmaven.com.

Psychohistory Forum, Leadership Council

  • James Anderson, PhD Northwestern University
  • Ken Fuchsman, EdD University of Connecticut
  • Juhani Ihanus, PhD University of Helsinki
  • Claude-Hélène Mayer, PhD University of Johannesburg
  • Denis O’Keefe, PhD New York University
  • Peter Petschauer, PhD Appalachian State University
  • Inna Rozentsvit, MD Object Relations Institute
Speakers at the Psychohistory Forum 30-Year Celebration: David Beisel, Ken Fuchsman, Paul Elovitz, and Jaques Szaluta.

Clio’s Psyche, Editorial Board

  • C. Fred Alford, PhD University of Maryland
  • James W. Anderson, PhD Northwestern University
  • David Beisel, PhD RCC-SUNY
  • Marilyn Charles, PhD, ABPP Austen Riggs Center
  • Lawrence J. Friedman, PhD Harvard University
  • Ken Fuchsman, EdD University of Connecticut
  • Juhani Ihanus, PhD University of Helsinki
  • Peter Loewenberg, PhD UCLA
  • Peter W. Petschauer, PhD Appalachian State University
  • William McKinley Runyan, PhD University of California-Berkeley
  • Vamık Volkan, MD University of Virginia