This interdisciplinary journal examines various contemporary trends in Marxist research and encourages new approaches and applications of Marxist theory. It also provides an overview of current research on Marx and Marxism.
Founded by Emile Durkheim, the journal is now inclusive: its sole principle remains the search for accuracy and scientific rigor in social science. It largely publishes contributions on empirical sociological knowledge, and research on social science history. It also includes research regarding the relationship between sociology and other social sciences (history, anthropology, economics, and psychology).
This journal disseminates research results from and analyses by communication specialists in all their forms—mass media, multimedia, advertising, education, graphic design—and takes into account their different dimensions: the imaginary, social, economic, semiotic, and technical.
This transdisciplinary journal in the humanities has been published since its origin in 1953 under the auspices of the International Council for Philosophy and Humanistic Studies and with the support of Unesco. It is published in English, French, Arabic, and Chinese.
An interdisciplinary journal published by the Société d’études du XVIIe siècle covering diverse disciplines in seventeenth-century studies: art, history, law, literature, philosophy, science, and religion.
This journal publishes articles on children and their development. It explores a variety of areas, including motor, sensory, social, emotional, and cognitive development, and deals with a wide range of ages, from the neonatal period up to adolescence.
This publication is one of the leading journals of European anthropology. While continuing to engage with the classic, founding subjects of the discipline, the journal addresses questions of global current affairs: migration, tourism, sports, humanitarian aid, and sexuality. Its anthropology draws as much on French concepts as on Anglo-Saxon ones.
This journal is dedicated to a dual vocation: a strong foundation in philosophical tradition and an open-mindedness to current developments of philosophy in the making. The principal field of publication is the history of philosophy, which it covers through studies on historic and contemporary authors, texts, questions and themes.
This scientific journal began by publishing research work from many countries on the origins of Second World War, policies, strategies, and battles of the warring nations, then expanded its field of research to include the periods leading up to and following this conflict, thereby affirming its international scope. It covers all twentieth century conflicts.
The journal provides a forum for psychoanalysts and psychotherapists who strive to help suffering children, their parents, and the institutional teams responsible for them through careful exploration of the children’s inner world.
This journal brings together scientific papers on all aspects of personal mobility in terms of education, higher education and vocational training, in Europe and worldwide. It aims to contribute to a better understanding of the conditions and the impact of mobility.
A journal with a functionalist perspective, it is open to debate ideas and different points of view whether in the field of epistemology or in the description and explanation of linguistics. The research focuses on the most diverse languages and applies to all areas within the discipline.
This journal dedicated to contemporary international history is published by the Institut d’Histoire des Relations Internationales Contemporaines, the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies in Geneva, and the Institut Pierre Renouvin (Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne).
Initially devoted primarily to archeology in France, including the medieval period, over time the journal came to focus on Classical antiquity: Greece and the Roman or Gallo-Roman world, but also the peripheral civilizations of Iberia, Etruscan Italy, Anatolia, and Central Asia.
This is the oldest surviving journal in the field of Cuneiform epigraphy and, more broadly, of the history and archeology of the pre-classical Near East. A balance between periods and approaches is ensured so as to fulfill the discipline’s interest in the preservation of “generalist” journals.
Unique among literary journals, most of which are highly specialized, it covers the entire field of French and Francophone literature (with the exception of the Middle Ages) providing an important resource for academics around the world.
Generally considered to be a publication of reference, the journal has continually published articles at the cutting edge of philosophical research from the best national and international specialists. It deals with all topics with an overarching perspective without taking the side of any particular school of thought.
Through studies and columns, the journal highlights the most dynamic aspects of constitutional law in France, Europe, and the world. It documents legal opinions, decisions of the courts, case law and institutions.
Founded in 1927 under Sigmund Freud’s patronage, this journal is a place for debating and reevaluating clinical and metapsychological questions. It puts into focus the major contemporary psychoanalytic terms, confronts classical Freudian data with post-Freudian contributions both within and at the limits of psychoanalysis.
The journal’s identity is based on a methodical treatment of sources and an appeal to the humanities and social sciences, bringing a renewal to historical approaches and passing on acquired knowledge and recent research in the field of history.
This journal publishes original research papers on the post-Soviet area of Europe and Eurasia. It favors the comparison of ideas, scientific exchange and cooperation between researchers from the various social science disciplines and geographical areas the journal covers.
This general journal does not represent a specific school of thought or methodology. It favors a pluralistic approach to the discipline. It is open to other related disciplines interested in discussing sociological concepts and subjects.
This bilingual and multidisciplinary journal of human factors publishes original articles in French or English that are pertinent to the study of work, particularly in the following fields: ergonomics, ergonomic physiology and psychology, man-man cooperation and man-machine cooperation, work and organizational psychology, training, human reliability and safety, work psychology, and methodology.