Founded by the Société de Démographie Historique, the journal publishes international research on history of population, family, mobility, and health. It takes into account cultural and national diversities.
This French gender history journal is open to interdisciplinary approaches. It encourages submissions from scholars working on the history of women and gender in all parts of the world and in all periods.
This journal aims to understand contemporary societies by shedding light on their historicity, describe the processes that shaped them, and contribute to the history of knowledge in the social sciences.
A space for dialogue and debate, this leading historical international journal takes stock of current challenges and progress in historiography. It specializes in the on-going dialogue that it has established between early modern and modern periods (defined as the sixteenth to the twentieth centuries).
This quarterly journal founded in 1976 sets out to analyze a large spectrum of issues in the field of North American Studies (literature, arts, humanities, social sciences). Each issue is thematic, but it may also include non-thematic articles, bibliographic and review articles, or interviews.