IImages re-vuesis an open-access electronic journal founded in 2005. The journal focuses on research and reflection into images encompassing all periods and approaches. It is produced by four EHESS and CNRS research centres based in the Institut National d’Histoire de l’Art: the UMR 8210-Anthropologie et Histoire des Mondes Antiques (ANHIMA), the Groupe d’Anthropologie Historique de l’Occident Médiéval (GAHOM), the Centre d’Histoire et Théorie des Arts (CEHTA) and the Laboratoire d’Anthropologie Sociale (LAS). The entire collection (10 issues including 2 special issues) is published in full open access. The opening of the new site on Revues.org coincides with the 8th issue “Figurer les invisibles” [Representing the invisible], edited by Emmanuel de Vienne and Sophie Moiroux.
New books and journals annoucements
30 May 2011
27 May 2011
The Revue d’histoire des chemins de fer focuses on the history of mobility, social history, the history of regional planning and networks as well as the cultural history of the railways and their multiple implications. Its work is based on the academic program of the Association pour l’histoire des chemins de fer. The journal has published quarterly theme issues since its creation in 1990. For the inauguration of the site, the 9 latest issues are online, including 6 in full text. Back issues will gradually become available.
25 May 2011
The Liens Socio journal has publishing a book review section since 2005 and the section has flourished. The journal has decided to expand the review section into a journal in its own right, devoted to the current state of published research in the social sciences. The site includes all reviews published in the past six years in Liens Socio (more than 900 in all) in full text, as well as new reviews and information about new publications.
19 May 2011
The Éthique Publique journal, published by Éditions Nota Bene, publishes research and reflection on public ethics issues, by French-speaking academics and people working in public services where ethics is an issue. Éthique Publique is published quarterly. Two recent issues of the journal are already available in full text. Back issues will be gradually published online.
17 May 2011
The goal of Documents pour l'histoire des techniques is to describe, analyse and interpret documentation sources, stimulate debate about research methods in the history of techniques and to present research in progress. Each issue includes theme, documentary, varia and reading sections. The journal is co-published by the Centre d'Histoire des Techniques et de l’Environnement du Cnam and the Société des Elèves at the CDHTE-Cnam. The issues are available in full text with an embargo period of 6 months. Issues 14 to 18 are currently online.
06 May 2011
Four new inaugural lectures in the Collège de France’s Leçons inaugurales series are now available in full text: lecture no. 213, Le théâtre n’existe pas [Theatre does not exist] by Jacques Nichet, lecture no. 214, Mobiliser le savoir pour éradiquer la faim [Mobilise knowledge to eradicate hunger] by Ismail Serageldin, lecture no. 215, L’art survivra à ses ruines [Art will survive its ruins] by Anselm Kiefer and lecture no. 216, L’énergie : stockage électrochimique et développement durable [The electrochemical storage of energy and sustainable development] by Jean-Marie Tarascon. At the Collège de France the leçon inaugurale is the first lecture given by a new professor. It is the chance for the new arrival to situate his work and teaching in relation to his predecessors and the most recent research developments. The lectures are now published in both paper and electronic versions. Each electronic issue is composed of a presentation of the professor by Collège de France’s administrator, the text of the lecture and a video recording of the lecture.