To mark the 40th anniversary of the journal, currently under the editorship of Ronelle Carolissen of Stellenbosch University, we are hosting a 1-and-half day Symposium to mark four decades of PINS as a home for critical and creative thought. The 40th PINS Symposium will be an occasion for celebration, reflection and revitalisation. Previous and current editors will present on the history, challenges faced by small and independent journals, as well as future plans and projects of the journal. Emerging and prominent scholars will also present reflections on PINS, academic journals, knowledge production, the relation between psychology and society, and related topics.
Limited in-person places are available so please register before 30 August by clicking the link below, especially if you would like to attend in person. The programme will follow soon.
Date: Thursday 7th and Friday 8th September 2023
Place: Stellenbosch University Museum, Ryneveld Street (CLICK HERE for map)
Register: By 30th August 2023. Please CLICK HERE to register
Please see attached for more information.