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.

Much of the Sitegeist archive is accessible in digital form.

The Sitegeist archive is free. Articles can be printed and searched.

Sitegeist is also available in print form and can be purchased HERE.

Enquiries, abstracts/articles for submission, and publications for review are welcome at

Call for Writing

Sitegeist was founded with the intention of promoting varied, lively and creative approaches in writing to the questions facing psychoanalysis today.

Thresholds of Psychoanalysis: On 30 September 2023, the Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis held a 25th-anniversary event inviting participants to re-imagine and re-define the role of contemporary psychoanalysis. Issue 17 of Sitegeist will extend this conversation and is seeking journal contributions on new formations of psychoanalysis, its thresholds, margins and borders.

This could include, but is not limited to: the relation of psychoanalysis to contemporary discourses in ecology, feminism, race and the arts; the practice of psychoanalysis outside the clinic; the evolution of psychoanalytic praxis, ethics and institutions.

We welcome original articles, reviews and creative works. If you wish to be part of this issue, please share your submission to the Sitegeist Editorial Team at by 31 July 2024. Guidelines for submissions can be found HERE.

For any other questions or thoughts, you can also get in touch with Sitegeist’s editorial team at

Submission guidelines

Sitegeist News

Sitegeist News

The new Sitegeist editorial panel has now met and decided on the themes for the next two issues....

read more


Suite G04,
1 Quality Court, Chancery Lane,
London WC2A 1HR


stay updated with our news

Copyright ©2024 The Site for Contemporary Psychoanalysis | All Rights Reserved Registered Charity, No. 1084537