Anthropology & Materialism: A Journal of Social Research aims to be a forum for interdisciplinary dialogue at the crossroads between anthropology and materialism. This biannual journal publishes the work of French and international researchers in themed issues organised into three categories: social theory, materialist experimentation and debates. A digital journal, it mainly publishes in English, French and German. Anthropology & Materialism is inaugurating its site with two issues in open access.
New journals annoucements
10 December 2014
09 December 2014
Marges compares and contrasts analyses from all approaches to contemporary creation and thought (plastic arts, aesthetics, art history, philosophy of art, etc.) while also encouraging inter-disciplinary approaches. Created in 2004, Marges is an initiative led by researchers and doctoral students in the plastic arts. The journal is published by Vincennes University Press. To inaugurate the journal’s site on Revues.org, all issues will be available in open access one year after they are published.
08 December 2014
Corela is a journal of language sciences with a focus on grammar, lexicon, syntax and phonology as well as representations, modelling and semantics. Published since 2003 by the Cercle linguistique du Centre et de l’Ouest (Cerlico, Université de Poitiers), Corela is open to texts in French and in English. The journal publishes two issues a year in addition to occasional thematic publications: colloquium or study day proceedings, research groups’ results, reports of academic events, etc. The journal’s entire backlist – 12 volumes and 14 special issues – is now available in open access on Revues.org.
04 September 2014
Transposition. Musique et sciences sociales is a digital journal founded by junior academics at the EHESS. It studies the importance of music and musical practices in the organisation of societies. It questions how musical practices are imagined, initiated and enacted and draws connections with musicology and other disciplines within the social sciences. Transposition is supported by the Centre de Recherche sur les Arts et le Langage (EHESS/CNRS). The first four issues of the journal can be consulted online, and the PDFs and ePubs downloaded in open access.
05 August 2014
Œconomia– History, Methodology, Philosophy is an academic journal for the history of ideas, epistemology, history and philosophy of economics and social choice. Œconomia focuses on recent developments in economic theory to stimulate debates between specialists of economic epistemology and theorists. Published by the Association Œconomia, the journal produces four issues in French and English each year. The six latest issues are available in their entirety to mark the journal’s inauguration on Revues.org.
29 July 2014
The journal Recherches en danse aims to fill a gap in the field of francophone publications by comparatively examining different modes of thinking invoked in dance research. In doing so, it seeks to encourage the interplay and exchange of knowledge emanating from the human, social and artistic sciences. An entirely digital journal, Recherches en danse brings together academic texts, interviews and dialogues between researchers and/or artists as well as unpublished translations and literature reviews. Recherches en danse is published by the Association des Chercheurs en Danse (aCD) and produces two thematic issues a year. To mark the inauguration of its site, the first two issues of the journal are available in open access on Revues.org.