The Revue de l’Institut français d’histoire en Allemagne provides a window onto French-language research about Germany. Each issue of this annual journal contains articles presenting original research as well as between 100 and 150 reviews, which present recent publications in German-speaking historiography to a French-speaking readership. In addition, the Revue de l’IFHA relays information relevant to French-speaking academics about organisations, topics, debates and current projects within German historical studies. The successor to the Bulletin d’Information de la Mission Historique Française en Allemagne, the journal has been published by the Institut français d’Histoire en Allemagne since 2009. More than 2000 reviews from the two series and the five issues of the Revue de l’IFHA are now available online. The PDF and ePub formats are downloadable in open access.
New journals annoucements
01 July 2014
30 June 2014
Horizontes Antropológicos is a Brazilian journal of anthropology. Established in 1995, it is now published by the Programa de Pós-Graduação em Antropologia Social at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS). Each issue includes a thematic dossier supplemented by book reviews. The journal is inaugurating its site on Revues.org by publishing its two latest issues in open access: Megaeventos (40/2013), and Antropologia e trabalho (39/2013).
20 June 2014
The journal Ebisu was founded in 1993 at the Maison Franco-Japonaise in Tokyo. It publishes texts in French – articles, translations and book reviews – in the field of Japan studies. Articles are focused on issues of culture, philosophy, anthropology, sociology, economy, and human and social geography, and often have a historical emphasis. Since becoming an exclusively digital journal in 2014, Ebisu has joined Revues.org and is making several issues available in open access.
06 June 2014
Published twice yearly, Continents manuscrits is a digital journal dedicated to research on literary manuscripts in the South, namely Africa, the Caribbean, and African and Caribbean diasporas around the world. The journal also tracks current developments in this field of study in France and abroad. Open to international research, and to doctoral, post-doctoral and experienced researchers, it welcomes studies in French, English and Spanish. Studies are selected by a scientific board composed of international experts. Continents manuscrits is published by the Institut des textes & manuscrits modernes (ITEM). To inaugurate the site, the journal’s first two issues are available in full-text access.
06 June 2014
Since its creation in 2004, Études platoniciennes has been dedicated to the study of current developments in research on Plato and the Platonic tradition. The journal seeks to encourage a plurality of languages, disciplines and reading methods. Each issue includes a selection of studies on a research area or a text, the annual “Bulletin Platonicien” with its reviews of recent publications, and the “Plato Biblography”, which provides a comprehensive list of publications on Plato studies. Published by the Société d’études platoniciennes, the journal moved to a digital format in 2013. The two latest issues are available online in open access. Older issues will be progressively added to the site.
14 May 2014
Drawing on the work of Jean-François Lyotard, the open access digital journal Appareil seeks to provide a place for the development of apparatus theory and analysis. It welcomes contributions from a variety of fields, including philosophy, art theory, history, the humanities, and political science. In addition to semiannual thematic issues, the journal also maintains regularly updated columns of articles, notes and book reviews.
Appareil has been published by the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme Paris-Nord since 2008. Now published on Revues.org, the journal is offering readers 12 issues in full-text open access.