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Cahiers Jaurès is a quarterly journal that has been published since 1995 by the Société d’études jaurésiennes (SEJ). It is the successor to Bulletins, which was published by the SEJ from 1959 to 1995 (issues available on the website “Gallica” of the National Library of France:

The initial purpose of the journal is to publish studies on Jean Jaurès (1859–1914), his career, and his work on the national and international scale. To this end, it has published many papers as well as thematic issues. In addition, it identifies publications on Jaurès and accompanies the ongoing publication of Jaurès’s Œuvres by Éditions Fayard.

However, Cahiers Jaurès has a broader, general ambition to treat political and social history, the French Third Republic, democratic France, the socialist movement, etc. In this perspective, the journal provides an outlet for the publication of conference materials and has devoted recent issues to topics such as “Les petites patries dans la France républicaine” (changing primary school under the Third Republic), “Corruption and Politics in Europe at the Turn of the 19th and 20th Centuries,” “Georges Haut and the Historiography of International Socialism.” Finally, each year Cahiers Jaurès publishes an issue of “Readings” whose goal is to provide the readers the greatest possible variety of insights into contemporary historiography in the fields to which the journal is dedicated.

Editorial Board

Journal Director: Marion Fontaine (Avignon Université)

Editorial Committee:
● Gilles Candar (président de la Société d’études jaurésiennes)
● Alain Chatriot (Sciences Po)
● Jean-Numa Ducange (Normandie Université – Rouen)
● Vincent Duclert (Inspecteur général de l’Éducation nationale)
● Emmanuel Jousse (chercheur associé au Centre d’histoire de Sciences Po)
● Benoit Kermoal (doctorant à l’EHESS)
● Elisa Marcobelli (post-doctorante – Normandie Université – Rouen)
● Catherine Moulin (professeure d’histoire, lycée Édouard Branly, Lyon)

Reading Committee:
● Bruno Antonini (professeur de philosophie, lycée Racine, Paris)
● Adeline Blaskiewicz-Maison (doctorante au CHS – Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne)
● Alain Boscus (Université Toulouse-Le Mirail)
● Ulrike Brummert (Technische Universität Chemnitz)
● Amaury Catel (Canopé)
● Jean-François Chanet (Sciences Po)
● Frédéric Cépède (Office universitaires de recherches socialistes)
● Rémi Fabre (Université Paris-Est Créteil Val-de-Marne)
● Jean Faury (professeur honoraire au lycée Pierre-de-Fermat, Toulouse)
● Gilles Heuré (grand reporter à Télérama)
● Thierry Merel (responsable du secteur histoire – Fondation Jean-Jaurès)
● Christophe Prochasson (EHESS)


Code of conduct

Code of ethics

The Code of Ethics applicable to drafting committees and editorial boards of academic journals offered on, including Cahiers Jaurès, is available on this page.

Other information

Print ISSN : 1268-5399
Online ISSN : 1969-6809
Publisher : Société d’études jaurésiennes

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