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(2002). Aufruf psychoanalytischer Zeitschriften gegen »Boycott by passport«. Psyche – Z Psychoanal., 56(11):1194.

(2002). Psyche – Zeitschrift für Psychoanalyse, 56(11):1194

Aufruf psychoanalytischer Zeitschriften gegen »Boycott by passport«

Der folgende Aufruf wurde von den Herausgebern des JAPA und des International Journal of Psychoanalysis initiiert. Neben der PSYCHE haben sich die Zeitschriften American Imago, Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Psicoanalisi, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, Psychoanalytic Quarterly, Psychoanalytic Review, Revista FEPAL und Tropicos diesem Aufruf angeschlossen und werden ihn ebenfalls drucken.

Als Herausgeber von psychoanalytischen Zeitschriften, die sich dem Fortschritt unseres Wissens über die menschliche Seele und die menschlichen Beziehungen verpflichtet fühlen, verurteilen wir die jüngsten Vorgänge, durch die einzelnen allein wegen ihrer Nationalität die akademische Freiheit verweigert wurde.

Herausgeberschaft und Redaktion der PSYCHE

»A boycott by passport«

On June 18, 2002, the Chronicle of Higher Education reported (see also the New Yorker, June 8, and the New York Times, July 11) that two distinguished Israeli scholars have been dismissed from the boards of two academic journals published in Great Britain. A senior lecturer in translation studies at Bar-Ilan University was dismissed from the editorial board of The Translator, and a professor in Tel Aviv University's School of Cultural Studies was dismissed from the international advisory board of Translation Studies Abstracts. These actions are reported to have been taken in response to demands by a group of European scholars who, in support of one side in the Middle East conflict, would bar all Israeli nationals from academic conferences, publication in scholarly journals, and participation on their boards.

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