Published twice a year, Pratiques is a pluridisciplinary journal that studies the linguistic theories of texts, the poetics of style, the anthropology of literature and the didactics of language and discourse. Founded in 1974 and produced by the CRESEF, the journal’s aim was a critical appropriation of linguistic and literary theories (narrative semiotics, enunciative linguistics, orality, orthographical theory), with the goal of rendering the professional practices of French teachers more coherent. After various institutional changes, the journal turned towards an academic and specialist readership. Aside from the latest issue, all issues published since 2008 are available in open access and can be downloaded in PDF and ePub formats.
New journals annoucements
29 January 2015
26 January 2015
Cinémas d’Amérique latine reports analytically on the current affairs and memory of Latin American cinematography. To ensure as wide a readership as possible, the journal is published in three languages: Spanish and French, or Portuguese and French. Contributors are mainly Latin American film critics, film historians, academics and filmmakers. Created in 1992 by the ARCALT (Association des Rencontres des Cinémas d’Amérique Latine), the journal publishes one issue per year. Its latest issue is entitled Femmes de cinéma.
To mark its inauguration on Revues.org,the journal is joining OpenEdition’s Freemium programme and making its three latest issues available in open access. Cinémas d’Amérique latine is published by the Presses universitaires du Mirail.
23 January 2015
Corpus Eve is a multilingual, multidisciplinary digital journal that studies general history and the histories of language, law and institutions, literature, science, religions, and music. Published in regularly updated columns, articles cover the development of vernacular languages in Europe, in the English, German, Spanish, French and Italian geolinguistic domains, from the time they emerged to the 17th century. Corpus Eve is published by the Ilcea (Institut des Langues et des Cultures d’Europe et d’Amérique) and supported by the Universities of Savoyand Lyon III - Jean-Moulin. All the journal’s content is available in open access on Revues.org, and PDFs are available for download.
20 January 2015
Caravelle is a semiannual pluridisciplinary journal. Its main foci are literary studies, social and cultural history as well as other aspects of Hispano-American culture and societies. This trilingual (French, Spanish and Portuguese) journal publishes themed issues on either the Latin American sub-continent or one or several of its countries. The journal also publishes original, previously unpublished writing alongside literary studies. Its abundant book reviews make the journal a leading bibliographic tool.
The four latest issues are published online in open access, with the PDF and ePub formats available via the OpenEdition Freemium programme. Caravelle is published by the Presses universitaires du Mirail.
16 January 2015
Brésil(s) studies the history, society and spaces of Brazil from perspectives that are derived from theoretical debates and empirical research and capable of renewing analysis and perception. Published twice yearly, this pluridisciplinary publication aims to cover a diversity of themes and approaches, in particular those with a comparatist perspective. Produced by the Centre de Recherches sur le Brésil Colonial et Contemporain (CRBC-Mondes Américains/EHESS) and published by the Éditions de la Maison des sciences de l’homme, it is the sucessor to Cahiers du Brésil Contemporain. To mark its inauguration on Revues.org, Brésil(s) is making its entire back catalogue available in open access and joining OpenEdition Freemium for Journals programme.
15 January 2015
Études arméniennes contemporaines focuses on the study of the interlocking geographic, historical, political and cultural spaces that make up Armenia, Caucasia, Turkey and the Middle East. It publishes contributions from academics from all horizons within the humanities and social sciences. Produced by the AGBU’s Nubar Library, it is the successor to the Revue arménienne des questions contemporaines. In addition to its print edition, which has been produced since 2013, Études arméniennes contemporaines has joined OpenEdition Freemium for Journals programme, becoming the first online journal in the field of Armenian studies.