Calls for Papers


Call for Papers due on October 1, 2023:
The Psychoanalysis and Psychohistory of Antisemitism
The Relationship of Poetry and Psychoanalysis/Psychohistory
Psychological Explorations of Election 2024: Psychobiography, Emotions, Age, Political Illusions, and Electoral Realities

Call for Papers due on due September 15, 2023:

Call for Papers due on May 1, 2023 are on:
The Psychoanalysis and Psychology of Fear


Call for Papers due on October 1, 2022 are on:
The Psychology of Music, Musicians, and its Impact on the Individual and Society
Psychoanalysis/Psychology of Reproductive Rights & the Politicization & Polarization of American Society/Supreme Court as a Threat to Democracy
The Psychoanalysis and Psychology of Fear

Call for Papers due on June 15, 2022 are on:
Intergenerational Transmission of Trauma and Resilience

Call for Papers due on June 1, 2022 are on:
Our Emotional Connections to Art, Books, Media, Music, Objects, Podcasts, TV, etc. (Note, this may be divided into three parts.)

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

It is the style of our scholarly quarterly to publish thought-provoking, clearly written articles usually based upon psychoanalytic/psychological insight and developed with examples from history, current events, and the human experience. We are open to all psychological and psychohistorical approaches and prefer that articles be personalized, without psychoanalytic/psychological terminology or jargon. At the moment, we are converting to a modified version of the latest APA citation system, which will have very few references and those overwhelmingly for direct quotes. We emphasize good literary style without referring to authorities except when essential. Indeed, we discourage citations except where there are quotations or they are otherwise essential. Submissions the editors deem suitable are anonymously refereed in our double blind system. Once you have submitted your article, please do not make any further edits to the piece until we return it to you if necessary.

For those who are not familiar with our publication and its sponsor, Clio’s Psyche is in its 28th year of publication by the Psychohistory Forum, a 40-year-old organization of academics, therapists, and laypeople holding regular scholarly meetings in Manhattan, at international conventions, and virtually. For information on our publication and back issues over a year old, go to our website at Write me for information on how to join our group and read our print journal.

We hope you can join this important endeavor. Many of our readers tell us that they find our publication to be a lively, compelling read that provides in-depth analyses. Please forward this Call for Papers to any colleagues (including associations or electronic mailing lists) who may be interested. If you have any questions, please e-mail Inna Rozentsvit at or Paul Elovitz at Inna Rozentsvit will be the guest editor for the issue and Paul Elovitz as co-editor.