Psy Cultures is a new, fully peer reviewed, on-line only, free-access international journal devoted to the discussion and debate of the transnational circulation of “psy knowledge” and the practices associated with it. We welcome papers for Vol 1 number 1 –to be published in August 2013- on topics related to the transnational diffusion of “psy knowledge”, understood in a broad sense, including psychoanalysis, psychiatry, psychology, neuro science, etc. By “psy culture” we do not only mean the development of the scientific disciplines related to the study of subjectivity and the mind, but also the emergence and development of all the associated discourses and practices, including different forms of reception, diffusion and circulation, whether they take place within the bounds of the scientific realm or not.
We particularly encourage the submission of manuscripts that take an interdisciplinary approach and accept them in Spanish, Portuguese, English and French, which will be published in their original language with abstracts in the other three. We also accept proposals for dossiers and for book reviews.
The deadline for the submission of papers for number 1 is April 2nd 2013. Please consult our page: www.culturaspsi.org for style. Papers should not be longer than 12000 words, including bibliography. We encourage authors to take advantage of the electronic format and include videos and interactive material.
Manuscripts and proposals for dossiers should be sent to: email@example.com
Proposals for book reviews should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor: Mariano Ben Plotkin, CONICET-IDES, University Tres de Febrero (Argentina).
Book Review Editor: Mariano Ruperthuz, University of Santiago de Chile (Chile).
Editorial Assistant: Alejandra Golcman, CONICET (Argentina).
Uffa Jensen, Max Planck Institute for Human Development, Berlin (Germany).
Anne-Cécile Druet, Université Paris-Est Marne-la-Vallée (France).
Carlos Maffi, Buenos Aires Psychoanalytical Association and International Psychoanalytic Association (Argentina).
Jane Russo, Institute of Social Medicine, State University of Rio de Janeiro-UERJ- (Brazil).
Francisco Ortega, Instituto de Medicina Social, Universidad del Estado de Rio de Janeiro -UERJ- (Brazil).
Advising International Committee:
Roberto Aceituno (Chile).
Joy Damousi (Australia).
Luiz Fernando Dias Duarte (Brazil).
John Forrester (England).
Annick Ohayon (France).
Carlos Alberto Uribe Tobon (Colombia).
Carmen Lucía Valladares Oliveira (Brazil).
Eli Zaretsky (United States).