History of Psychology Virtual Workshop

August 12, 2020, Virtual

The Workshop aims to create an inter- and multi-disciplinary space for pursuing theoretically-informed, critical histories of psychology. We welcome scholars at all career stages and all disciplines, including those in related fields concerned with the history, sociology and ethnography of the human sciences. The content of monthly meetings will vary session to session based on member interest. The goal is to offer a mix of a reading group of critical texts, panel presentations on a common theme, and workshop opportunities for works-in-progress.
The first meeting (1pm EST, August 12th, 2020) will revolve around a discussion of the following texts and planning future events.

Tuck, E. (2009). Suspending damage: A letter to communitiesHarvard Educational Review, 79(3), 409-428.

Mascarenhas, M. (2018). White space and dark matter: Prying open the black box of STSScience, Technology, & Human Values, 43(2), 151-170.

If you would like to attend this workshop and/or sign up for notifications of future events throughout the year, please register at our eventbrite page.
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/virtual-history-of-psychology-workshop-tickets-113965999372 

Organizers:
Kira Lussier (University of Toronto)
Michael Pettit (York University)
Dana Simmons (University of California Riverside)
Chad Valasek (University of California San Diego)
Jacy L. Young (Quest University)

Posted: July 24, 2020