The Psychoanalytic Review
The Psychoanalytic Review has a rich history, more than 100 years of publication. Founded in 1913 by William Alanson White and Smith Ely Jelliffe, the Review is the first psychoanalytic journal in the United States and the first printed in the English language, making the Review the oldest continuously published psychoanalytic journal in the world. Since its inception, it has been an open venue for all psychoanalytic perspectives, as the founders instituted in 1914: “The Review aims to be catholic in its tendency, a faithful mirror of the psychoanalytic movement, and to represent no schisms or schools, but a free forum for all” (Jelliffe, S. E., 1914, p. 444). Through its pages, in all the years of publication, the Review has been able to play an important role both as a promoter and as a reflection of almost the entire evolution of psychoanalysis.
In 1958, The Psychoanalytic Review became the official journal of the National Psychological Association for Psychoanalysis (NPAP). Our journal resulted from a merger between the official journal of NPAP at that time, Psychoanalysis, founded by Theodor Reik in 1952, and the original Psychoanalytic Review, established in 1913. To learn more about the history of the journal, click here.
In six issues per year, The Psychoanalytic Review publishes peer-reviewed articles on a wide range of theoretical, clinical and cultural topics, including interdisciplinary studies, which help advance psychoanalytic theory and understanding of therapeutic process. Special Issues, organized by guest editors with recognized knowledge in a specific area within the field of psychoanalysis or intersecting with it, are an important feature of the Review. The journal also publishes reviews of books and films of interest to psychoanalysis.
The Review is a part of the Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing (PEP) archive, where almost all its volumes from 1913 up to the last three years are fully accessible to PEP-WEB subscribers. The current issues as well as volumes back to 2001 are online at the Guilford Publications website. For NPAP members and students, a subscription to the journal (print and online versions) is included in members’ yearly dues and candidates’ registration fees. For the public, subscriptions are available through Guilford Publications at 1-800-365-7006 (in New York, 212-431-9800) or email@example.com.
The Psychoanalytic Review functions as an autonomous journal with editorial policies that are independent from its sponsoring organization (NPAP).
About our Editor:
Tony Pipolo has been a member of NPAP since 2001 and practices in New York City. Prior to psychoanalytic training, he earned an M.A. in English and a Ph.D in Cinema Studies from New York University. In addition to teaching English and Literature at Hobart and William Smith Colleges and The City University of New York, he taught Film History and Theory at New York University, The Graduate School of the City University of New York, and Princeton University; and has lectured at various colleges in the US and abroad.
Founding editor of the periodical Persistence of Vision and co-editor of Millennium Film Journal, he has written for many anthologies and periodicals, and is a regular contributor to Artforum, Cineaste, Film Comment, and The Psychoanalytic Review, at which he also serves as Film Editor.
Author of the award-winning Robert Bresson: A Passion for Film (Oxford, 2009), he is currently completing two books on the theme of loss and mourning in American Cinema—focusing on both avant-garde and Hollywood films. One of his goals as Editor of The Psychoanalytic Review is to encourage and publish more interactions between psychoanalysis and the arts.
Book Review Editors
Thomas S. Taylor (Chair)
Michael P. Varga
Judy Ann Kaplan
Beth A, Althofer
Gerald J. Gargiulo
Judy Ann Kaplan
S. Montana Katz
Susan G. Sawyer
Thomas S. Taylor
Michael P. Varga
Board of Consultants
Alan J Barnett, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York City
Michael Eigen, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York City
Edward J. Emery, Ph.D., Private practice, Northampton, MA; International School for Mental Health
Herbert Fingarette, Ph.D.; Emeritus Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Santa Barbara
Harvey Roy Greenberg, M.D., Albert Einstein College of Medicine; Private Practice, New York
Norman Holland, Ph.D., Department of English, University of Florida
Leila Lerner, Private Practice, New York City
Arnold H. Modell, M.D., Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA
Robert Mollinger, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York
Ashis Nandy, Ph.D., Centre for the Study of Developing Societies. Delhi, India
Peter L. Rudnytsky, Ph.D., Department of English, University of Florida
Murray H. Sherman, Ph.D., Private Practice, New York
Doris K. Silverman, Ph.D., New York University
Robert D. Stolorow, Ph.D., Private Practice, Los Angeles