Sitegeist is a biennial peer-reviewed journal. It has an editorial panel consisting of Yael Pilowsky Bankirer, Duncan Harris and Katia Houghton, and an advisory panel drawn from established figures in the fields of psychoanalysis and philosophy and members and non-members of the Site.
The entire Sitegeist archive is accessible in digital form.
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Enquiries, abstracts/articles for submission, and publications for review are welcome at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sitegeist was founded with the intention of promoting varied, lively and creative approaches in writing to the questions facing psychoanalysis today.
On 9 and 10 October 2021 the SITE for Contemporary Psychoanalysis and Goldsmiths University hosted the much-needed conference on White Privilege, Racism and Psychoanalysis.
As one of the next steps in continuing the work and conversations engendered by the conference, Sitegeist is delighted to request papers from contributors on topics related to white privilege, racism, and psychoanalysis; psychoanalytically thinking about aspects of race in relation to current events as well as racial aspects of psychoanalysis itself – how race impacts upon the clinic, our theory-making, access to the treatment, and the strutures of our institutions and training. The aim is to create a special issue representative of the complexity of this discussion as well as the diversity of those who contribute to and participate in it.
For any other questions or thoughts, you can also get in touch with Sitegeist’s editorial team at email@example.com.