Call for Papers

Women’s Voices in Psychohistory and Psychoanalysis: Different, Distinct, Marginalized, or Forgotten (June 15, 2024)
Psychohistorical/Psychoanalytic Explorations of the Threats to U.S. and World Democracies (June 15, 2024)
Psychological Explorations of Election 2024: Psychobiography, Emotions, Age, Political Illusions, and Electoral Realities (June 15, 2024)
Psychobiography (Next deadline June 1, 2024)
Call for 3,000-word Chapters in Psychobiographies and the Autobiographies of Psychobiographers (September 1, 2024)
The Psychoanalysis of Antisemitism (January 15, 2024)
• A variety of special issues for which we are looking for articles and guest editors

The Relationship of Poetry and Psychoanalysis/Psychohistory (November 1, 2023)
Psychobiography (November 1, 2023)
The Psychoanalysis and Psychology of Fear (May 1, 2023)

The Psychology of Music, Musicians, and its Impact on the Individual and Society (October 1, 2022)
Psychoanalysis/Psychology of Reproductive Rights & the Politicization & Polarization of American Society/Supreme Court as a Threat to Democracy (October 1, 2022)
The Psychoanalysis and Psychology of Fear (October 1, 2022)
Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma and Resilience (June 15, 2022)
Psychobiography (June 15, 2022)
Our Emotional Connections to Art, Books, Media, Music, Objects, Podcasts, TV, etc. (June 1, 2022)

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

  • Psychobiography
  • Globalization
  • Environmentalism and Anti-Environmentalism
  • The Impact of Celebrity Culture on America
  • 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
  • Psychoanalytic/psychological Anthropology
  • Psychogeography
  • Psychoeconomics

The typical deadlines for our issues are as follows:

 Issue  Deadline
 Spring  Jan. 1
 Fall  June 15
 Winter  Oct. 1

Authors proposing symposium papers of up to 3,500 words must submit them a month before the deadline for the issue so that they can be refereed early and then sent out for commentary in a timely fashion.  Colleagues should check the format for previous symposium issues. A listing may be found under Back Issues.