The journal promotes a comparative perspective, open to all religions and cultural areas. It encourages cooperation among all of the social sciences to shed light on the multiple facets of religious phenomenon.
Coverage in this journal includes the political, social, economic, and cultural (more particularly literary) history of the Russian Empire from its origins to 1917, the Soviet Union, and the latter’s successor states.
Founded in 1961 by Georges Duby, Daniel Faucher, and Isac Chiva, this journal offers a multidisciplinary exploration of the agrarian societies of the world, along with their relations to the environment and to the land.
This journal publishes articles that go beyond divisions of discipline and chronology to focus on history and measurement. Through mutual consideration of sources and methods, contributions and limitations, and the history of our statistical tools, the journal actively contributes to the progress of historical research.
This anthropological journal combines theoretical texts, critical essays, and ethnographic studies in an effort to understand both what is near and far away, to report on new findings, to reevaluate the traditional domains of anthropology, and to present new methods of investigating social and cultural facts.