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HT Colloquium Series

The History & Theory of Psychology program at York University presents an evening colloquia series featuring prominent historians and theorists of psychology. Talks are usually held monthly over the academic year. Attendees include faculty and students of the History & Theory of Psychology program along with others who have an interest in the history and development of psychology. Speakers are recruited mostly from the York History & Theory community, but also include invited guests from all over North America. Some of our recent guests have included Neelam Kumar of the National Institute of Science, Technology and Development Studies in New Delhi (2012), critical psychologist Ian Parker from the University of Leicester (2014), and Jeffrey Yen from Guelph University (2016).

Information about the Fall 2015 training workshop on how to conduct oral history interviews and research, co-facilitated by Alexandra Rutherford and Jenna MacKay can be found here.

Information about the Fall 2014 workshop on Social Science, Ideology, and Public Policy in the United States since 1960, organized by Michael Pettit, Alexandra Rutherford, and Mark Solovey can be found here.

Information on the Fall 2012 Cross-Pollinations: History, Psychology, and Science Studies Lecture Series, organized by Michael Pettit can also be found on this site.

Information on colloquia from this and previous years may be found at the links below:

If you are not part of the History & Theory of Psychology community at York University and are interested in attending, or speaking at a future colloquium event, please contact the Colloquium Coordinator, Eric Oosenbrug for more information.