Subscription Renewal 2013

By: Lyn Lord

JITP is accepting subscription orders for 2013. There are three ways to subscribe with our new integrated ecosystem.

  1. Register for the Integral Theory Conference: An electronic subscription is included when you sign up for the conference.
  2. Join the MetaIntegral Foundation: Sign up for a membership at the Premier level or above and you'll receive a free subscription.
  3. The old-fashioned way: Order an electronic or print subscription via our website.

In March, JITP completed its move from SUNY Press to MetaIntegral Foundation. We were sorry to lose SUNY's partnership, but we're happy to have regained full control over the journal's marketing and distribution. In September, MetaIntegral Foundation assumed full responsibility for the publication.

Each issue published in 2012 had a distinct flavor. Volume 7, Number 1, featured articles by veteran integral practitioners Roger Walsh, David Zeitler, and Kevin Bowman as well as inspiring material from several integral educators. Volume 7, Number 2, built on our inaugural Integral Spirituality issue (Volume 6, Number 1) while simultaneously launching the field of Integral Religious Studies. Volume 7, Number 3, showcased prominent scholars whose work appeared in previous issues of JITP and also introduced several new practitioners from the field of sustainability. Volume 7, Number 4, will include articles on Critical Realism, literature, and, in a fitting year-end summation, a deep reflection on the state of the integral community.

We have two special issues planned for 2013. The first, an issue devoted to integral business practices, has long been in the making. The second issue will feature some of the spotlighted presentations from the Integral Theory Conference.

The journal is now indexed by PsycInfo (joining Scopus, ProQuest's line of products, and EBSCO's Humanities International Complete), is carried by several major universities, and remains the largest peer-reviewed integral publication. As detailed in the editorial of our current issue, we will continue to strive to publish material that advances Integral Theory as an academic field, metatheory, or international movement.