The purpose of this journal is to support the different ways academic freedom is implemented in the social sciences today. It publishes contributions that create a dialog between different fields of study such as political sociology, economic policy, international relations, or even the sociology of literature and discourse analysis.
Created in 1975 by Pierre Bourdieu, this journal proved to be a landmark in French-language social science publications. It meets high scientific standards, yet aspires as ardently to confront problems related to current events. The articles published consist of research at various stages of progress.
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.
This scientific journal of psychoanalysis, psychopathology, and anthropology focuses on adolescence. The very concept of adolescence is understood in close connection with society and how society goes about initiating, framing, and regulating the standards of individualization and the methods for subjectification.
AFD Research Papers are intended to rapidly disseminate findings of ongoing work and mainly target researchers, students and the wider academic community. They cover the full range of AFD work, including: economic analysis, economic theory, policy analysis, engineering sciences, sociology, geography and anthropology.
Publisher : Association Nouvelle Afrique contemporaine
English full-text articles : 140
Edited by the Agence Française de Développement (French Development Agency), the quarterly journal Afrique Contemporaine makes available the analyses and opinions of researchers and specialists on the evolution of the African continent with a view towards sustainable development.
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 journal holds a historic and central position in geographical sciences. It is an indispensible tool for all geographical sciences: the geography of territories, planning, the environment, and social, cultural, economic, political, and geopolitical geographies.
This journal publishes new work and previously unpublished documents related to a revolutionary period understood in a broader time and space than simply the French Revolution, allowing it to cover all the revolutionary movements that took place in the world between 1770 and the 1830s.
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 scientific journal covers the entire spectrum of disciplines in archeometry. It publishes, in English or in French, original work in physics, chemistry, mathematics, geology, biology, paleoecology applied to archaeological research.
This journal is dedicated to medieval studies: literary history and doctrinal history of the Middle Ages. It only publishes research presenting solidly documented new content, unpublished or incompletely published texts based on a firsthand manuscript tradition.
This journal is not limited to a single subject, even if it favors certain domains: ancient philosophy, the Cartesian moment, German idealism, English philosophy. Current research, including these fields, is connected to other theoretical research on metaphysics, epistemology, “post-modern” perspectives, and the political and moral questions of our time.
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.
Through the interaction it foregrounds between cultures and societies, this transcultural journal unites the clinical sciences (psychiatry, psychology, psychoanalysis, and humanitarian medicine) and the human sciences (anthropology, history, linguistics, epistemology, philosophy, sociology, law).
This journal has the goal of promoting reflection on societies in the South to gain a better understanding of their contemporary dynamics and to demonstrate their diversity. The transversal nature of the topics examined encompasses texts from a variety of disciplines in the social sciences.
The editorial independence of this journal and its tenor of openness favor the publication of papers that address the newest research trends in psychology, are innovative, and are not affiliated with any movement.
This journal is intended as a place for reflection, confrontation, elaboration, research, and distribution of theoretical, clinical, and practical knowledge of Gestalt therapy. Les Cahiers is the « showcase » of the Collège Européen de Gestalt-thérapie (CEGt)
This quarterly journal that is coedited by France’s École Nationale de la Magistrature offers its audience a new take on the world (or indeed worlds) of justice, while at the same time questioning its growing role in democratic societies.
This journal constitutes the seminar’s indispensable editorial relay of the University of Paris I – Sorbonne DEA seminar on the history of the Holocaust. It provides greater distribution to conferences held throughout the preceding academic year which are collected in a thematically coherent issue.
This annual journal aims to act as a vehicle for new ideas for all healthcare professionals in the field of autism. With its thorough articles that focus on three main areas (research, clinical approaches, giving families a voice), the journal shines a light on the latest thinking about autism, seen through the lens of the PréAut Association.
This interdisciplinary journal welcomes various approaches that have the potential to enrich understandings and techniques in clinical psychology and psychotherapy. It also gives the floor to reflections on social, ethical, or political problems linked to the practice of clinical psychology.
Examining issues as diverse as work and employment, family, cities, policy, and technology, this journal aims to understand the similarities and differences between the forms taken by gender relations, both between one society and another and between one period in history and another. It favors a multidisciplinary approach that includes international comparisons.
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.
This journal publishes a variety of articles on Jean Jaurès (1859–1914), his career, and his work. More generally, it treats the history of the French Third Republic, democratic France, and the socialist movement.
Since 2008, this journal has been actively involved in debates with the public as concerns the renewal of editorial models. It welcomes original texts and publishes thematic issues based on contemporary subjects.
This journal of contemporary European history presents studies drawn from research led by the working groups of the joint research center Sorbonne - Identités, relations internationales et civilisations de l’Europe and by its young researchers.
This European scientific journal, published in French and English, offers a place for debating and reevaluating clinical and theoretical issues in the cross-cutting fields of cancer and the humanities and social sciences.
Publisher : Office de la naissance et de l'enfance
This journal publishes scientific articles on child abuse in all its forms (sociological, psychological, medical, legal, etc.). It also aims to build bridges between research and fieldwork in the field of child abuse.
Publisher : Centre d'étude de la vie politique (CEVIPOL)
English full-text articles : 6
The research carried out at CEVIPOL falls within the fields of political sociology, comparative politics, and European studies, and it focuses on political life, institutions, actors, and the rules and resources of political systems.
This journal aims to provide structure for the field of war and peace studies by creating a legitimate venue for researchers to publish their work, as well as opportunities for both civilian and military readers, academics, and professionals to deepen and enrich their knowledge.
This journal is published by the Institut de Recherches Économiques et Sociales. Its mission is to provide its readers with the keys to understanding social, economic, and political current events abroad, both within the European Union and further afield (ILO, etc.).
This journal, which focuses on a clinical theme chosen annually, offers reflections on care in mental health facilities and examines clinical practices and the institutional reality of multidisciplinary care.
This journal publishes papers in the fields of clinical psychology, psychopathology, and psychoanalysis, which refer to the Freudian method. It is devoted to transmitting rigorously conceptualized innovative clinical experiences to the scientific community. The thematic structure of the issues opens the door to other fields: political science, social sciences, anthropology, medicine, and neuroscience.
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 presents psychoanalytically oriented research related to clinical practice in education and training sciences. It publishes research articles on current issues in this field, as well as reflective contributions on practices, interviews with key figures, and unpublished older texts.
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.
A seminal publication for the study of mass communication and semiological analyses in France, the journal publishes original articles by renowned scientists as well as young researchers, with since the eighties a definite socio-anthropological focus, thus opening new paths for research and giving priority to demanding cross-disciplinarity.
Communio, an international catholic review, address a topic integral to the dialogue between faith and contemporary culture. Not bound to any individual editor, movement, or congregation, the review brings laity and clergy, men and women, theologians and academics of all disciplines together for this task, in collaboration with the other Communio editorial teams located in thirteen different countries.
This quarterly multidisciplinary journal is supported by a team of academics, diplomats, and journalists who are passionate about legal, political, and sociocultural issues in the Mediterranean region and the Middle East.
This journal is at the forefront of the connection between psychoanalysis, group, and institution: a new analytical approach to psycho-social processes based on theoretical elaboration and practical implementation.
This journal focuses primarily on psychoanalysis and its history, but also on all the human sciences more broadly. The journal is open to all viewpoints and encourages discussion between different perspectives.
With a psychoanalytic orientation but also an interdisciplinary perspective, this journal publishes information, theoretical contributions and field research that have the capacity to provide an original perspective on issues and developments connected to the subjective relationship to the body.
This journal presents quantitative benchmarks on cultural phenomena observed in the fields of study and research at the Department of Surveys, Forecasts, and Statistics (DEPS) of the French Ministry of Culture.
This journal presents economic and sociologic approaches and methodologies for measuring cultural phenomena. It is published by the Department of Surveys, Forecasts, and Statistics (DEPS) of the French Ministry of Culture.
Dedicated to the investigation of hypotheses, original associations, and forward-looking research in established fields as well as more experimental areas, this journal is open to research developed by the Department of Surveys, Forecasts, and Statistics (DEPS) of the French Ministry of Culture, but also to outside works.
This journal analyses different expressions of conflictuality and the socio genesis of the practices of actors in their professional and cultural environments. C&C has developed a research agenda that considers the emergence and transformation of transnational elites, the various processes of securitization, as well as issues concerning war, conflict, migration, refugees and human rights.
This journal is the only European journal dedicated to early childhood development (from 0 to 3 years). It is at the crossroads of many disciplines: obstetrics, perinatal studies, reproductive rights, pediatrics, pediatric psychiatry, psychoanalysis, sociology and ethnology.
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.
Faced with changes in the modern family and new types of mental illness encountered by individuals, this psychoanalytical family therapy journal is a place for reflecting on appropriate theoretical and therapeutic practices.
Publisher : Société Française d'Étude du Dix-Huitième Siècle
English full-text articles : 1
This generalist journal is interested in the Enlightenment in all its facets (literature, philosophy, history of science, aesthetics, etc.). Although it mainly brings together research articles, the journal is also addressed to readers drawn to the values and culture of the eighteenth century.
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.
The goal of this journal is to report on research and analysis of law and justice from a perspective that is both multidisciplinary (legal theory and social science in general) and international (quality of its collaborations, treatment of issues).
This journal aims to address major environmental challenges facing societies, while striving to renew social and political reflection brought about by an emergence of multifaceted environmental thought.
This scientific journal publishes studies in quantitative methods of applied economy. Its editorial scope covers a wide range of topics, including micro- and macro-economic analyses, international, sectoral, labor market, and environmental risks studies.
The primary goal of this journal is to foster public discussion on economic policies. It asks questions about the foundations of the economy as a social reality and as a discourse on society. It also publishes the work of specialists in other subjects insofar as they contribute to clarifying the workings of economics.
This journal contributes to the scientific discussion of social, political, and economic evolutions of the agricultural and rural world. Under the direction of a pluridisciplinary editorial committee, the journal publishes original articles in economics, sociology, and geography on themes of agriculture, food production, the environment, and regional issues.
This journal endeavors to publish the contributions of a variety of didactics, some of which are expressly dedicated to a comparative approach, and those that come from the education sciences, philosophy, sociology, psychology, and linguistics, among others, all focused on the realities of education and learning.
This journal is a tool for social action, proposing political, philosophical, literary, and artistic approaches, current theoretical reflections of academicians, and the writings of education, social, and health practitioners.
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 journal informs all those working with children and adolescents of theoretical advances and questions in debate. It allows care professionals, teachers, and social workers an opportunity to exchange expertise and share practices.
Founded by Emmanuel Mounier in 1932, this journal orients its readers in contemporary debates and investigates our democratic form of life. A people’s university, it drives a collective of authors to make sense of our global modernity. The journal is independent, cosmopolitan and committed to justice.
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.