The College of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis
The College of the International Journal of Psychoanalysis was established in 2011 by the Board of the British Psychoanalytic Society and the Institute of Psychoanalysis. It comprises of approximately 100 Fellows from all over the world who are appointed for three year renewable terms. Fellows invited to serve are selected from those who have done the most work for the Journal in the preceding three years. The Fellows elect the College Executive. The purpose of the College is to provide ideas and support to the Editors and Journal from the international community, and to play a major role in appointing Editors. Fellows appointed for the 2020-2023 term are as follows:
Abbot Bronstein (US), Adele Tutter (US), Adriana Yankelevich (Argentina), Alberto Stefana (Italy) , Alessandra Lemma (UK), Alfonso Pola (Chile), Alfred Margulies (US), Angelica Ebrecht-Laermann (Germany) , Anne Patterson (UK), Augusto Escribens (Peru), Barnaby Barratt (US), Bernard Reith (Europe) , Bernd Nissen (Germany), Brian O’Neill (UK), Bruce Reis (US), Catalina Bronstein (UK), Charles Fisher (US), Claudia Frank (Germany), Cynthia Gray (US), David Black (UK), David Taylor (UK), Dominic Scarfone (Canada), Donald Moss (US), Eike Hinze (Germany), Ellen Corin (US), Ellen Sparer (France), Frances Thomson-Salo (Australia), Franco Borgogno (Italy), Franco De Masi (Italy), Fred Busch (US), Gabriel Sapisochin (Europe), Geoffrey Baruch (UK), Giovanna Rita Falcao (UK), Giuseppe Civitarese (Italy), Giuseppina Antinucci (UK), Gregory Graham (US), Guillermo Bodner (Spain), Gurmeet Kanwal (US), Gustavo Jarast (Argentina), Heather Wood (UK), Heinz Weiss (Germany), Ingrid Geerken (US), Jack Foehl (US), Jan Abram (UK), Jean Arundale (UK), Jef Dehing (US), Jessica Benjamin (US), Jorge Ahumada (Argentina), Julia Borossa (UK), Lawrence Josephs (US), Leopoldo Bleger (Paris), Lesley Steyn (UK), Lewis Kirshner (US), Liz Allison (UK), Luciane Falcao (Brazil), Marco Conci (Italy), Maria Rhode (UK), Maria Ines Carneiro (Brazil), Marianne Leuzinger-Bohleber (Germany), Marie Rudden (US), Marie Lenormand (France), Mark Solms (US), Michael Buchholz (Germany) , Michael Diercks (Germany), Michael Steinbrecher (Germany), Michael Michael (South Korea), Nancy Winters (US), Nicolas Evzonas (Paris), Paola Mariotti (UK), Patrick Miller (France), Paul Schimmel (US), Paula Ellman (US), Paulo Sandler (Brazil), Peter Fonagy (UK), Philippe Van Haute (Netherlands), Rachel Blass (Israel), Ricardo Bernardi (Uruguay), Richard Zimmer (US), Robert Galatzer-Levy (US), Robert Paul (US), Rogério Coelho De Souza (Brazil), Rodrigo Barahona (US), Roosevelt Cassorla (Brazil), Rudi Vermote (Belgian), Sara Flanders (UK), Sara Tucker (US), Sarah Ackerman (US), Siegfried Zepf (Germany), Stephen Blumenthal (UK), Stephen Frosh (UK), Stephen Sonnenberg (US), Steven Groarke (UK), Steven Cooper (US), Susan Scheftel (US), Susan Finkelstein (US), Susana Vinocur Fischbein (Argentina), Sydney Anderson (US), Thais Blucher (Brazil), Thomas Hartung (Germany), Tilmann Habermas (Germany), Timo Storck (Germany), Ulrike May (Germany), Vera Regina Fonseca (Brazil), Wendy Katz (US), Werner Bohleber (Germany), Wilhelm Skogstad (UK), Yasmin Mendoza Espinosa (Mexico)
The College Executive, elected by the Fellows for the same period comprises: Jorge Ahumda (Argentina), Cathy Bronstein (UK), Maria Ines Carneiro (Brazil), Sara Flanders (UK), Peter Fonagy (UK), Ulrike May (Germany), Donald Moss (US), Robert Paul (US), Dominic Scarfone (Canada) (Chair), Ellen Sparer (France), Rudi Vermote (Belgium) and Alfonso Pola (Chile).