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Brussels Studies

Brussels StudiesBrussels Studies is an interdisciplinary scholarly journal covering Brussels-related urban studies. It is aimed at a readership concerned with the political functioning, history, society and economy of the city of Brussels. Created in 2006 and published by the Université Saint-Louis – Bruxelle...

Sociologie du travail

Sociologie du travailCreated in 1959, Sociologie du travail is one of the oldest French journals of sociology. Focused on one domain, that of work, Sociologie du travail nevertheless remains a generalist sociology journal, attentive to current issues. It thus examines social, economic, political, institutional and...

Carnets de géographes

Carnets de géographesThe digital journal Carnets de géographes is focused on emerging research issues in the field of geography. Each themed issue is divided into five “notebooks”: Carnets de débats (debates), Carnets de recherche (research), Carnets de lectures (reading material), Carnets de terrain (fieldwork) a...

Économie & institutions

Économie & institutionsSince its creation in 2002, the journal Économie & institutions has striven to be a pluralist forum designed to document the diversity of research on institutional economics. Taking into account the formal and informal institutions that frame the conduct of agents, this approach sheds new ligh...

Mulemba. Revista Angolana de Ciências Sociais

Mulemba. Revista Angolana de Ciências SociaisCreated in 2011, Mulemba is an Angolan biannual journal that publishes analytical research on the contemporary sociocultural reality of Angola and the African continent in general. Published by the Edições Mulemba at the Faculty of Social Sciences of Agostinho Neto University, it favours a plu...

Les Cahiers de l’École du Louvre

Les Cahiers de l’École du LouvreCreated in 2012, the Cahiers support and disseminate doctoral research conducted at the École du Louvre. Two issues are published annually, covering the school’s main areas of teaching and research across all historical periods and geographical regions: history of art, archaeology, epigraphy, ...