Cahiers du Monde russe is a quarterly, interdisciplinary journal founded in 1959 and edited by the Centre d’études des mondes russe, caucasien et est-européen (CERCEC) and the Centre d’études turques, ottomanes, balkaniques et centrasiatiques. It is published by the École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), Paris.
History of the Russian and Soviet Worlds
Coverage in Cahiers du Monde russe 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. In response to the historiographical renewal that took place in the field of Soviet studies due in great part to the opening of state archives, the journal favors the publication of articles with the most innovative approaches.
The journal also devotes its fourth issue each year and a large part of each volume to an evaluation of international scholarship in the book review section (as soon as they are approved by the editorial office, review articles are posted for free online access at http://monderusse.revues.org/6331).
National and Cultural Diversity
The journal stands out due to the importance given to the study of the Russian Empire as well as the national, religious, and cultural components of the peripheries of both the Empire and the Soviet Union. A large number of articles therefore deal with specific areas of the former Soviet Union such as the Caucasus, Central Asia, Tatarstan, and the Crimea.
A Multilingual Journal
The journal has the benefit of a very active network of correspondents both in France and abroad. Its articles and book reviews are in French, Russian, and English, and occasionally in German.
Publication Director: Pierre-Cyrille Hautcœur
International Scientific Board
Michel Aucouturier, Paris 4, France
Alain Besançon, EHESS, France
Paul Bushkovitch, Yale, USA
Marco Buttino, Turin, Italy
Sarah Davies, Durham, Great Britain
Peter Holquist, Penn, USA
Oleg Hlevnjuk, Moscow, Russia
Jean-Claude Lanne, Lyon 3, France
Chantal Lemercier-Quelquejay, EHESS, France
Terry Martin, Harvard, USA
Alberto Masoero, Venice, Italy
Stefan Plaggenborg, Bochum, Germany
David Shearer, Newark, USA
Richard Wortman, Columbia, USA
Andrej Zorin, Oxford, Great Britain
Marc Aymes, Wladimir Berelowitch, Alain Blum, Juliette Cadiot, Sandra Dahlke, Catherine Depretto, Marc Elie, Catherine Gousseff, Andrea Graziosi, Anna Joukovskaïa, Aleksandr Lavrov, Alexandre Martin, Nathalie Moine, Georges Nivat, Isabelle Ohayon, Jutta Scherrer, Alessandro Stanziani, Michel Tissier, Nicolas Werth
Jane Burbank, New York University, USA
Dmitrij Redin, Ekaterinbourg, Russia
Editorial Secretary: Valérie Mélikian
Reviews: Anna Joukovskaïa
Submissions to Cahiers du Monde russe should be original work not previously published in any language. The author commits himself or herself to according exclusive rights to his or her article to the Review until its acceptance by the editorial board (and then until its publication).
All articles considered by the editors to have potential for publication will be subject to anonymous peer review by scholars in the field. Once an article has been evaluated it may be accepted, sent to the author for revision and resubmission, or rejected.
Whatever the decision, we report back to authors about their submissions after the editorial board’s meeting, ordinarily within five months.
Articles of around 60,000 characters, including footnotes and spaces, should be submitted as an e-mail attachment in RTF or Word format to CMR@ehess.fr
For further guidelines and transliteration, see http://monderusse.revues.org/7492
Cahiers du Monde russe
École des hautes études en sciences sociales EHESS
190-198, avenue de France, 75244 Paris cedex 13, France
Phone: 33 (0) 1 49 54 25 96
E-mail Address: CMR@ehess.fr
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Print ISSN : 1252-6576
Online ISSN : 1777-5388
Publisher : Editions de l’E.H.E.S.S.