Hommes & migrations deals with questions related to migration in France and around the world, and tackles its major issues today: cultural diversity, integration, citizenship and relationships between cultures. Pluralist and pluridisciplinary, the journal confronts researchers’ reflections with practitioners’ experiences, while reaching out to a broader public. The journal has published theme issues on migratory flows, the realities of immigration, public policy and intercultural dialogue as well as reviews and commentaries. Twelve issues are available on open access on the journal’s site, as well as in PDF and ePub formats. Recent issues are on sale on the Cairn.info portal.
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17 June 2013
10 June 2013
Géographie et cultures est une revue française de géographie culturelle, avec cette particularité d’être centrée sur le « tournant culturel » et plus largement sur les cultural studies. Conçue comme une plate-forme d’idées, d’objets et de formats nouveaux, elle contribue au renouvellement de la géographie en dressant un panorama actualisé de l’état de la recherche dans ce domaine. Fondée en 1992 par Paul Claval, la revue Géographie et cultures est aujourd’hui publiée par le laboratoire Espaces, Nature et Culture (CNRS).
04 June 2013
Revus is a journal of constitutional law published in the western Balkans. Its main focus is the study of constitutionality in European legal cultures. It also offers reflections on international public law, the theory and philosophy of law, human rights and democracy.
Based in Slovenia, Revus provides a window onto legal thinking in the western Slav region comprising, Slovenia, Croatia, Serbia and Bosnia, etc. Mainly published in Slovenian and Slav languages, it is also open to studies from western Europe written in their original English, French, German, Spanish or Italian. For its inauguration on Revues.org, the journal is offering 16 issues online including 13 in full text on open access.
04 June 2013
Interférences. Ars Scribendi deals with all questions related to writing and Latin literature in Ancient Rome. The journal aims to reconstitute the various aspects of the writing phenomenon in Rome by resituating the scriptuary corpus in relation to its production, and by reconstituting the status claimed by authors in relation to their own production, etc. The journal’s site allows readers to cross reference articles via the primary sources cited and the ancient and modern authors studied. For its inauguration on Revues.org, the journal is offering two issues including one previously unpublished issue. All texts are freely accessible and available for download in PDF and ePub formats.
30 May 2013
MIDAS is a young Portuguese museology journal looking at museums as a research field and a focus for interdisciplinary reflection. MIDAS publishes articles in Portuguese and in Spanish. It privileges the dialogue between Portuguese-speaking and Spanish-speaking countries within an international approach. For the inauguration of its site, two issues are available online in full text.
27 May 2013
Espaço e Economia is a new Brazilian journal of economic geography, publishing articles in Portuguese. The journal is interested in questions of space and economy and is open to pluridisciplinary approaches. It is published by the Núcleo de Pesquisa Espaço e Economia (NuPEE) atUniversidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, and for the inauguration of its site is offering its first two issues on open access.