A CALL FOR PAPERS AND BOOK REVIEWS

As well as wanting to attract new subscribers, The Journal of Psychohistory is always looking for original, relevant, and well-written articles, book reviews and book review essays to publish for our readers. Besides individuals, the JOP is subscribed to by more than 200 University Libraries and Other Institutions throughout the world.

If  you are working on or have written a paper of psychohistorical interest, that has not yet been published elsewhere, think about submitting it to The Journal of Psychohistory with adherence to the following criteria.

•     The Journal welcomes original manuscripts that address issues pertaining to the psychological factors, individual or group, that influence important current or historical events.

•     We also welcome articles on childhood and the family, past and present.

•     Maximum length should be 9,000 words — including abstract and author bio.

•     All manuscripts must include an abstract of a maximum of 200 words.

•     Authors should include a brief biographical statement of no more than 150 words.

•     Manuscripts of articles should be composed on a word processor and sent electronically as an MS Word Document to David Lotto by email at dlotto@nycap.rr.com

•     Manuscripts should follow the University of Chicago Manual of Style.

•     Because of the blind review policy, authors should try to leave out all identifying information from the manuscript itself.

•     Author’s name, contact information and the brief biographical statement should be on a separate title page.

Book reviews and Book Review Essays should be sent to Bo Wang at herschelwang@gmail.com and adhere to the following criteria.

•     Books should be current with a relatively recent publication date.

•     Book reviews (500-1,500 words) and book review essays (1,500-3,000 words) should include a brief biographical statement of no more than 150 words.

•     Book reviews should include an accurate and complete description of the subject(s) of the book and what the author has to say about the subject or subjects.

•     Manuscripts should be composed on a word processor and sent electronically as an MS Word document.

We look forward to hearing from you and thank you for your interest.

David Lotto, Editor, Bo Wang, Book Review Editor, Lloyd deMause and Susan Hein, Publishers