Welcome to the Psychoanalytic Electronic Publishing Website and Digital Archive
2015 Video Competition
There will be no Video competition in 2015. If you believe you have a very good idea for video project please contact email@example.com.
New PEP Authors Video Interview Project
A new Video Project which will replace the PEP Video Grants. PEP will use the video grant funds to make brief videos of the most cited psychoanalytic authors. PEP will call it the “The Top 100 Project.” PEP will set up a small studio and fund the video staff, interviewer and the facility. There will be a pilot project at the APsaA Meetings in January 2016.
New journals coming onto PEP Web in 2015 are:
- International Journal of Psychoanalysis - IJP en español (coming early 2014)
- Jahrbuch Der Psychoanalyse Vol. 3-12 and Beihefte 1-6 (1963-1980)
- DIVISION/Review (2011-2014)
Freud Standard Edition and German Collected works are integrated such that by hovering the cursor in a paragraph of the GW the uses will get the equivalent translated paragraph in SE (and vice versa from SE to the German in GW).
PEP has developed a Book Publishing Policy and its main aim is to obtain the rights for book content that is heavily cited in PEP references, but not already a part of the PEP Archive. Adding new book content is in process but is slow, as obtaining copyright is problematic. Most publishers withhold these rights and want to electronically publish themselves. Psychoanalytic authors, when negotiating contracts, should try and maintain some of their electronic rights even if limited to being on PEP Web in the future.
The PEP Archive at http://www.pep-web.org/ has been extended to include a video platform. It will allow PEP to upload and save films to a new video archive integrated with the existing text archive.
Find out more about the video platform and grants here.