Since 2004, the Cahiers d’études italiennes have offered theme issues looking alternately at the Italian culture of the Middle Ages to the Baroque period (Filigrana) and that of modern and contemporary periods – the 19th-20th century (Novecento e dintorni). The journal privileges interdisciplinary approaches to literature, cinema, and the arts as well as cultural relation between Italy, France and other European countries. The articles are in French or in Italian. Cahiers d’études italiennes is the 6th journal published by the Éditions littéraires et linguistiques de l’université de Grenoble to join Revues.org platform. For the opening of the journal’s website, the whole collection has been published online, that is to say 14 issues, including 11 issues in full text.
New books and journals annoucements
12 June 2012
04 June 2012
The Revue d’Alsace journal focuses on research into the contemporary history of Alsace. It forms a bridge between the historical work of universities, libraries, and regional and local archives in Alsace, and the activity of the researchers who are part of the 110 history and archaeology societies in France. The journal has been published, practically uninterrupted, since its creation in 1834 and, since 1952, has been run by the Fédération des Sociétés d’Histoire et d’Archéologie d'Alsace. The Revue d’Alsace’s inauguration sees the publication of the six most recent issues, including three issues in full text.
15 May 2012
In Situ has published its whole collection in open access on Revues.org, all 17 issues since the creation of the journal in 2004. Published by the Ministère de la Culture et de la Communication, In Situ offers all heritage professionals a means to distribute the results of their research into heritage knowledge, conservation and promotion.
14 May 2012
Études irlandaises is a French peer-reviewed journal dedicated to history, civilization and Irish literature (the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland), and more generally any area relating to Ireland, such as diaspora studies, intercultural exchange, and diplomatic relations from Antiquity to the present day. Founded in 1987, it is today published with the support of Ireland’s cultural relations office, the Universités de Caen, Lille 3, Reims and Rennes 2, and the CNRS. Articles are published in French, English or Gaelic. For the opening of the Études irlandaises website, six issues are already online, including two in open access.
14 May 2012
The Questions de communication journal debates the concepts and methods used in work dealing with information and communication. Each quarterly issue looks at a specific theme, encouraging the development and renewal of approaches via cross perspectives from different academic traditions. Questions de communication is supported by the Centre de recherche sur les médiations (Université de Lorraine/Université de Haute-Alsace) and the Conseil régional de Lorraine. For the opening of the journal’s website, nine issues are available online, including five in open access.
25 April 2012
Recherche et pratiques pédagogiques en langues de spécialité. Cahiers de l'APLIUT is now one of 87 journals included in the Freemium collection, part of the OpenEdition program which enables the sustainable financial development of open access academic publishing through a solid alliance between publishers and librarians.
Buy adopting the Freemium model, the journal is in a position to offer 17 issues in full-text, i.e. six years of their collection from 2006-2012. Subsequent issues of the journal will be available for consultation online as soon as they are published, without an embargo period and freely accessible in HTML. PDF and ePub formats are also available for download, without quota or DRM, from campuses subscribing to OpenEdition Freemium. Future issues can be acquired on a unit-by-unit basis via the OpenEdition bookstore.