New research blogs on Hypotheses (July – December 2012)

In English

IRNWC. International Research Network for War Commemoration
SAW ERC Project. Mathematical Sciences in the Ancient World
The Dragonfly’s Gaze. Computational approaches to literary text analysis
The Recipes Project. Food, Magic, Science, and Medicine
URBACHINA. Sustainable urbanisation in China

In German

Altgläubige in der Reformation. Die Entstehung ’katholischer’ Zugehörigkeiten im Alten Reich und Frankreich (1517-1540)
Annot@tio. Sprachgeschichte und Digital Humanities
Archäologiedigitale. Innovative Forschungen in der Archäologie
Astrologie der Frühen Neuzeit. Beiträge zur Ideengeschichte der Astrologie im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert
Digitales Geschichtslernen. Seminar Blog Geschichtsdidaktik – Kooperation der Universität des Saarlandes und der Universität zu Köln
Dresden Summer School 2012. Von der Vitrine zum Web 2.0 – Museen, Bibliotheken und Archive im Digitalen Zeitalter
Frobenius Forster. Netzwerke gelehrter Mönche. St. Emmeram im Zeitalter der Aufklärung
Geisteswissenschaft als Beruf. Ein Blog der Max-Weber-Stiftung über Karriere, Förderung und Internationalität
Geisteswissenschaft im Dialog. Gespräch der Geisteswissenschaften – miteinander, mit den anderen Wissenschaften und mit der Öffentlichkeit
Gerhard Richter Archiv. Vom Sammeln und Forschen in einem Künstlerarchiv
Hans Sedlmayrs Modernekritik. Hans Sedlmayr’s Critique of Modernity
Historisch denken | Geschichte machen. Anmerkungen zu Geschichte | Vergangenheit | Geschichtsunterricht | Geschichtsdidaktik
Konferenzblog 31.1. – 1.2.2013. Rezensieren – Kommentieren – Bloggen: Wie kommuniziert der Geisteswissenschaftler in der digitalen Zukunft?
MinusEinsEbene. Ein mittelalterarchäologischer Doktorandenblog
Ordensgeschichte. Ein interdisziplinäres Gemeinschaftsblog zur Geschichte von Klöstern und Orden

In Spanish

Capaz Norte La Paz. Capacidades, resiliencias y repuestas al cambio de los actores sociales en la última frontera de La Paz
Clioscopia. A través del periscopio del Clionauta
Contextos universitarios mediados. Blog de García Aretio sobre educación universitaria en contextos no presenciales
E-pigraphia. Epigrafía en Internet
El vellocino de oro. Blog de contenido sobre cultura griega y romana
Estetica modal. Estudios de pensamiento modal aplicados a la estética
Reinventar la Antigüedad. Historia cultural de los estudios clásicos en España (1713-1939)

New journals on (July – Décember 2012)

Terra Brasilis: history of geography and historical geography

Created in 2000, Terra Brasilis is a journal created by the Brazilian network of the history of geography and historical geography, RedeBrasilis, and published by the University of São Paulo. It is devoted to the history of geography, historical geography, the history of geographical thought, the history of cartography and the history of the teaching of geography, mainly in Brazil and in Latin America. For the opening of the journal’s website, all nine issues of the first series are available online, as well as the inaugural issue of the new series. All articles are available in Open Access and Portuguese is the main publication language.

RCCS Annual Review: a selection of Portuguese research in the humanities and social sciences

Created in 2009, RCCS Annual Review is an e-journal published by the Centro de Estudos Sociais at the University of Coimbra, Laboratório Associado do MCE. The publication compiles a selection of eight articles published the previous year in Revista Crítica de Ciêncais Sociais. Articles selected are translated into English to promote the results and debates driving Portuguese research in the humanities and social sciences. For the inauguration of the website, the journal is offering its full collection of five issues. All issues are openly accessible online and available for download on PDF and ePub via the OpenEdition Freemium program for libraries.

History and literature in North-West Europe

The book series Histoire et littérature de l’Europe du Nord-Ouest, created in 1987, now contains fifty books. It publishes conference proceedings and annotated edition of texts about north-western Europe, all periods included. The series is published by the Institut de recherches du Septentrion at the Université de Lille 3 (IRHiS) which also publishes two journals, Apparence(s) and Comptabilité(s), and a research blog on Hypotheses, the Blog de l’IRHiS.
To coincide with the opening of the website, the book series offers nine works in Open Access for all, and available for download on PDF and ePub via the OpenEdition Freemium program for libraries.

Babel, a multilingual journal of comparative literature

Babel. Littératures plurielles is a literary journal from the Babel research laboratory at Toulon university. This comparative and critical journal focuses on a broad range of French-language, English-language, Spanish-language, Italian-language or German-language literature. The journal advocates the study of literature in all its concrete manifestations, and sets out to participate in the renewal of the perspectives and critical methods in literature. To coincide with its inauguration, Babel offers nine issues on its website, covering the last seven years of the Babel-Littératures series. All issues are accessible in Open Access and available for download on PDF and ePub via the OpenEdition Freemium program for libraries.

Moussons. Humanities research in Eastern Asia

Created in 1999, Moussons is a comparative and interdisciplinary journal devoted to South-East Asia, its islands and continents, and its Indian and Chinese fringes. The journal covers the full range of the humanities and social sciences, especially anthropology, sociology and contemporary history. The journal, published by Presses universitaires de Provence, has an international peer review committee and publishes in English and French. For the opening of its website, the journal has made available its last three years of publication online—seven issues in all. All articles are in Open Access for all, and available for download on PDF and ePub via the OpenEdition Freemium program for libraries.

Mise au point, a new journal devoted to research into cinema and television

Mise au point is a journal looking at issues of cinematic and audiovisual creation, from an interdisciplinary perspective, drawing on history, culture, aesthetics, economics, sociology, communication and anthropology. It is produced by the Association française des enseignants et chercheurs en cinéma et audiovisuel (AFECCAV). Created in 2008, the journal has published the two most recent issues on, and the full collection will become available shortly. All articles are freely accessible online and available for download in PDF and ePub formats via the OpenEdition Freemium program for libraries.

Hypotheses training session in London, friday 8th March

OpenEdition and the King’s College London will hold a free training session in London this Friday 8th March for those who already have an academic blog and for researchers who wish to join Hypotheses. During one day, participants learn how to set up and customize their academic blog. Furthermore, the session gets onto scientific blog stakes and gives an overview of the practices in this domain, illustrated with several examples.


  • OpenEdition and Hypotheses overviews
  • Opening a blog, first settings
  • Blog’s editorial objects
  • Publishing simple content
  • Advanced settings
  • Publishing complex content (insertion of objects)
This Training session will take place between 10am and 5pm this Friday 8th March



Mélodie Faury, PhD in Information and Communication Sciences; author of the blog Infuse!.

Registration contact:

Martin Clavey:


Seminar room, second floor
King’s College London
26-29 Drury Lane
London WC2B 5RL

OpenEdition and the international structuring of Open Access

On the importance of international organisations in the structuring of the Open Access movement, as part of reflections on the articulation between academic publishing and Open Access.

The Open Access movement is a recent development in the history of academic publication. It is mainly represented by several international organisations working outside the national institutional scope, enabling issues to be tackled on more suitable scales. Whether associations or networks, these organisations help define the Open Access landscape by debating its issues, laying down directions of evolution, and by influencing public policy. 
To encourage concerted approaches among international acts within collective organisations, OpenEdition is a member of several Open Access associations, especially:

Within the framework of the Budapest conference, we contributed to the  Budapest Open Access Initiative Declaration as well as to its French translation.
 We also took part in discussions have led to the creation of the Directory of Open Access Books (DOAB);

OpenEdition Books, our future platform dedicated to books, will have a major contribution to make to this directory.
 Many university presses have already joined us, and we have also formed alliances with other university presses deeply involved in Open Access in a number of countries: the United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary, the USA, Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, and the Netherlands, among others. We shall be informing you of new additions to the OpenEdition Books catalogue in a few months time.

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Dariah, coordinating the digital humanities at the European level

The DARIAH logo

The European cyber-infrastructure Dariah (Digital Research Infrastructure for Arts and Humanities), coordinated by the TGE Adonis in France, is under construction, and OpenEdition is actively involved. The aim of the project is to construct a digital infrastructure that promotes, develops and supports research in all humanities disciplines. Dariah will offer tools and services to facilitate research activity in all dimensions: the collection, analysis, production or conservation of data, in the broadest possible sense. The tools and services will be based on IT and communication technologies and on norms and standards enacted by international organisations such as W3C, the Consortium TEI, etc.

The First Stone

Last October, a first stage was completed when France officially submitted its project to the European Commission. Dariah will be governed as an ERIC, European Research Infrastructure Consortium, and its members will not be institutions but States or international organisations. Dariah-ERIC should officially be created next spring. The project will be co-run by Germany, Holland and France. Austria, Denmark, Ireland and Slovenia are also set to become partners, as well as Italian and Swiss institutions.

A point of reference

To OpenEdition, this type of European level infrastructure is essential. The creation of Dariah demonstrates European awareness of the need to step up development and application of new technologies in the humanities and social sciences. Beyond the provision of huge quantities of data, and new tools and exploitation services for this data, Dariah will also become a point of reference at all levels of the academic community, among researchers, politicians, and libraries.

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Who are you, OpenEdition readers?

With over three million visits per month to its platforms, OpenEdition has become an important actor in humanities and social sciences publishing world, all thanks to you. In 2009, our first survey gave us a chance to identify the readership, and you shared your ideas and expectations with us. Today, we have a new survey for you, covering the full range of our academic communication platforms, which will enable us to find out more about you and improve our services.

The online questionnaire only takes a few minutes to fill in and the OpenEdition team is very grateful for your participation:

Digital Publishing in the Humanities : Perspectives from France and Canada

Organized at the University of Toronto in partnership with York University and the Consulate general
of France in Toronto, this day-long event will bring together members of the academic community interested in digital publishing of both French and Canadian humanities journals to share their approaches and learn from one another.

November 22, 2012 9:00am–5:00pm
OISE Library | 252 Bloor Street West | Ground Floor

Registration :


9:00 – 9:30 am  Coffee and tea available

9:30 – 9:40 am  Welcome: Claire Le Masne, Consulate General of France in Toronto & Julie Hannaford, University of Toronto Libraries

9:40 – 10:30 am  Plenary: Open Access and Digital Journals: A SSHRC Perspective Jean-Francois Fortin, Director, Research Portfolio, SSHRC

10:30 – 10:45 am Break

10:45 – 11:45 am  Panel Session 1: Digital Publishing: New Ways of Writing – Impact on Publishing Practices (production modes, editorial processes, changes to peer review, ability to work with new formats/multimedia)

Moderator: Dr. Robert Gibbs, Director, Jackman Humanities Institute


  • Sens Public, Gérard Wormser
  • Volume!, Jedediah Sklower
  • Etudes photographiques, Thierry Gervais
  • International Journal, Naomi Joseph
  • Topia, Jody Berland

11:45 am – 12:15 pm     Breakout Session 1

12:15 – 1:15 pm   Lunch

1:15 – 2:15 pm  Panel Session 2: Digital Revolution: New Ways of Reading – How Digital Publishing has Changed Audiences and Readership (enhanced possibilities for engagement with content)

Moderator: Pierre Mounier, Associate Director, OpenEdition


  • Tracés, Eric Monnet
  • Variations, Alex Neumann
  • Sens Public, Gérard Wormser
  • Women in Judaism, Dina Ripsman Eylon
  • Decolonization Indigeneity, Education & Society, Eric Ritskes

2:15 – 2:45 pm  Breakout Session 2

2.45 – 3:00 pm  Break

3:00 – 4:00 pm  Panel Session 3: Digital Publishing – Effects on Economics and Business Models

Moderator: Andrea Kosavic, Digital Initiatives Librarian, York University


  • Tracés, Eric Monnet
  • Etudes photographiques, Thierry Gervais
  • Social Policy, Sandra Bialystok
  • University of Toronto Press, Sylvia Hunter

4:00 – 4:30 pm Breakout Session 3

4:30 – 5:00 pm  Wrap Up

Brussels declaration on open access to Belgian publicly funded research (October 22nd 2012)

We publish here the recent Brussels declaration on Open Access.

‘Open Access to Excellence in Research”

Representatives of Ministers Magnette (Federal Science Policy), Minister Nollet (FWB) and Minister Lieten (EWI), have endorsed the “Brussels Declaration on Open Access”. You can find the full text here.



to Belgian publicly funded research

By signing the Berlin Declaration on Open Access in 2007, Belgian research institutions and research funders agreed to support the dissemination of publicly funded scientific  research through Open Access.
Open Access to scientific research offers stakeholders an  alternative for traditional ways of disseminating scientific research results, which do not always meet the demands of  stakeholders.
Free, online access is the most effective way to ensure widespread and democratic consultation and usage of publicly funded research results. During the last years,
research results available in Open Access gained considerable visibility internationally, which proves beneficial to individual authors, institutions and funders.

Open Access can be achieved in two nonexclusive ways, each having their own merits: by deposition in a digital open access repository or through Open Access publishing.
Open Access policies do not affect the author’s freedom to choose where to publish, nor do they interfere with patenting or other forms of commercial exploitation.

Brussels Declaration signatories commit to maximizing free availability of publicly funded research results, by :
- actively informing researchers about Open Access
- asking researchers to make the published output of their publicly funded research freely available in Open Access, either through a publication in an Open Access journal or by depositing a peer reviewed version of their paper in an Open Access repository at hand, preferably immediately and in any case no later than 6 or 12 months (depending on the  scientific discipline) after the date of publication

- investigating the possibility of public authorities covering the costs of Open Access publishing
- supporting the creation and the maintenance of Open Access repositories and other innovative digital infrastructures for facilitating scientific communication
- investigating possibilities and new opportunities in the broad Open Access field, all in frequent collaboration with relevant stakeholders, considering Open Access to scientific publications a forerunner of new initiatives in the ‘Open Data’ and ‘Open Science’ areas.
By actively stimulating free and online access to scientific research results, *signatories* subscribe to a principle that has acquired broad support on international level. This
support has been demonstrated both by recent statements by top researchers, and by Open Access policies launched by influential funders such as the European Commission,
the World Bank, CERN, the UK Wellcome Trust and the US National Institutes of Health.
By signing this declaration *signatories* declare Open Access to be the default infrastructure for dissemination of Belgian scientific research results and express their
determination to be amongst the frontrunners in this evolution, both at European and worldwide level.

Signed on October 22nd 2012, in Brussels

The new Calenda is online!

To celebrate the publication of the 20,000th event announcements on Calenda, the OpenEdition  is  pleased to announce the launch of the multilingual version of the humanities and social sciences calendar:
The sheer volume and variety of announcements required a more detailed, yet more ergonomic interface for a more in-depth use of the calendar. The calendar has now published more than 2000 announcements in English and 300 in Portuguese, hence a multilingual interface was required. The future of OpenEdition in general and Calenda in particular, lies in this international dimension.

Calenda’s main improvements to functioning include:

  • Easier browsing of announcements via a search engine using both criteria and facets;
  • The multilingualism of the platfrom has been refined with the implementation of linguistic browsing (French, English and Portuguese, with German and Spanish soon to follow);
  • Announcement documentation is now enhanced with automatic geolocalisation and language indications.

During the weeks to come, we will be presenting these functions in more detail as well as other news of the site in posts published.

Calenda is an OpenEdition platform (, Hypotheses, Calenda and OpenEdition Books), with its own Academic Committee ( Calenda has been developed by the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing (UMS 3287 – CNRS, Université d’Aix-Marseille, EHESS, Université d’Avignon). The Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian is co-financing the development of the Portuguese-speaking version of Calenda in partnership with Cléo and the Centro em Rede de Investigação em Antropologia (CRIA, Portugal). journals in DOAJ Content

In a previous post last May, we wrote about DOAJ (Directory of Open Access Journal)  labelling for the platform’s new journals. As well as this labelling, the DOAJ now offers the chance to search the metadata (author, title, abstract, keywords, etc) of articles in labelled journals from its own site. This new service is called DOAJ Content.
For several months, the OpenEdition team has supplied the DOAJ with the information necessary for implementing DOAJ Content for its journals. Search fields enable users to search titles and authors but also through article abstracts. Once the search is complete and the article found, a link connects to the full text of the article. The link for the journal
Strenæ. Recherches sur les Livres et Objets Culturels de l’Enfance, for example, referenced by DOAJ Content is:
Seventy-four journals on our platform can now be searched using this tool. Eventually, all 100 journals on the platform will be referenced by DOAJ Content. DOAJ referencing enhances journals’ visibility and is a guarantee that academic standards have been respected by publishing teams. It is also a sign of our commitment to the DOAJ and more
generally in the development of Open Access.


OpenEdition Academic Committee’s statement on Open Access

Within the framework of the Assises de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche, the OpenEdition Academic Committee at the Centre for Open Electronic Publishing wishes to draw the French government’s attention to the issue of Open Access in academic literature.

Open Access benefits all

It is our firm belief that Open Access to academic research results represents a huge progress for society as a whole. Open Access is a highly effective and fair system as it facilitates access to research results for both researchers and lay people the world over. The direct benefits for academic progress, knowledge and society are plain to see. In the humanities and social sciences, comprising a range of disciplines which contribute to our understanding of the complex societies in which we live, Open Access to research results is also essential, for the development of our societies and for the cultural enhancement of all. Open Access also encourages the influence of research beyond national and disciplinary boundaries. Finally, as most research is funded by public money, it is necessary that this collective investment can be made public as quickly and as efficiently as possible.

The Progress of Open Access

The European Union has understood these issues and has undertaken to promote Open Access, which it considers a major asset for continent-wide innovation and, thus, as a lever for improving the efficiency of its investments in the research sector. It supports two approaches: the green road, represented by HAL in France, the system of open archives where researchers deposit their works in full text and make them accessible to all. This solution has enabled thousands of articles in all disciplines to be made available on Open Access. We too support this approach. However, it cannot be the only strategy to be developed.

The second approach is the gold road. Following the Finch report, the United Kingdom has decided to invest massively in this approach. Once, Open Access Gold simply referred to publications – journals and books – published on Open Access. Gradually this definition has altered and now refers to the fast developing “author-pay” business model, where authors, research centres or their financing bodies meet publication costs (varying from $1000-$5000/article). This mechanism has become widespread in certain disciplines, but we do not believe it is the most conducive to the progress of academic knowledge.

  • It ties ability to publish to the financial capabilities of researchers, their laboratories or establishments;
  • The mechanism itself incites publishers to increase the number of publications, whereas, traditionally, their mission and business model was based on choice and the selection of the best articles or books;
  • The editorial ecosystem ultimately depends on a relationship between the author, or financing institution, and the publisher which is too exclusive. The readership and their representatives, especially libraries, who traditionally make selections from a publisher’s range, are marginalised.

We believe in a third road for Open Access. The platinum road creates a form of Open Access publishing that enables authors to publish and readers to read without financial obstacles. The various existing modes to finance such a model are listed in the Open Access Directory. We favour a hybrid model, the Freemium model, where texts are Open Access but a collection of value-added services may be purchased. It is to this end that, in 2011, OpenEdition launched OpenEdition Freemium for journals, and late 2012, launched a Freemium book service (OpenEdition Books). Readers, publishers, and libraries have welcomed the proposal, and initiatives based on the same principle, but with different modus operandi, have also emerged, proof that the idea is catching on. The Freemium model is at the heart of the OpenEdition future investment project selected by the French government for funding for the next eight years to come.

The OpenEdition Academic Committee

Claire Lemercier, Philippe Cibois, Sylvain Piron, Patrice Bellot, Florence Bouillon, Chérifa Boukacem, Marin Dacos, Björn-Olav Dozo, Éric Duchemin, Melanie Dulong de Rosnay, Hubert Guillaud, Pierre-Cyrille Hautcoeur, Jean Kempf, Octavio Kulesz, Joëlle Le Marec, Antónia Lima, Pierre Mercklé, Pierre Mounier, Natalie Petiteau, Jean-Christophe Peyssard, Laurent Romary, Sophie Roux, Hervé Théry, Milad Doueihi, Claudine Moulin.

To find out more

  • The European Commission’s position in 2012 : Towards better access to scientific information:  Boosting the benefits of public investments in research”

  • Finch report: “Accessibility, sustainability, excellence: how to expand access to research publications”

  • Budapest Open Access Initiative 10 years

  • List of different Open Access business models listed by the Open Access Directory

  • OpenEdition and OpenEdition Freemium

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Opening of Weber 2.0, the Max Weber Foundation research blog platform

Weber 2.0 is the new scholarly blog platform of the Max Weber Foundation – German Humanities Institute Abroad and its institutes and partners. The platform is operated in conjunction with OpenEdition, under the umbrella of Hypotheses and in close cooperation with the German-language Hypotheses platform, which was initiated in 2011 by DHI Paris.

The goal is to create a network by connecting scholars at the institutes  abroad and in the host countries to each other as well as to the scientific communities in Germany by providing them with new, up-to-date forums for communication, collaboration and presentation of their research.

The Max Weber Foundation is making a commitment to creating a sustainable virtual infrastructure for professional communication in the humanities, which enables the potential for virtual collaboration, open distribution of information and the processing of knowledge to be fully realized.

This opens up new possibilities, especially for the international exchange of knowledge. The promotion of transnational, comparative humanities research is a characteristic of the Max Weber Foundation, and is what this platform is fundamentally about. The aim is to stimulate transnational dialogue on various topics, and active networking among stakeholders across borders. This way, scientific discourse and ideas from other countries can be taught in Germany and vice versa.


Hypotheses research blogs platform is now organized in several linguistic subdivisions corresponding to Spanish-, German- and French-speaking bloggers’ communities. Other platforms, operated and hosted by Hypotheses, but with their own scientific and editorial management, have been created in the last few months, i.e. L’intelligence du monde. Le portail de carnets de recherche de l’Institut français.

If your university, research centre or academic organization wishes to open its own platform with Hypotheses, feel free to contact us:


Five new journals on OpenEdition

Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie

A journal presenting research on world music

Founded in Geneva in 1988 within the framework of the Ateliers d’ethnomusicologie, the Cahiers de musiques traditionnelles took over from Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie in 2007. The journal is published annually, and each volume focuses on a theme, to which the top specialists in the discipline of ethnomusicology contribute. These theme issues are complemented by interviews, portraits and reports. The Cahiers is the only French-speaking ethnomusicology journal and, in the last few years, has become an indispensable tool for all music professionals, and a fascinating read for all involved in the music world. Since 1994, the Cahiers d’ethnomusicologie has become the academic organ of the Société Française d’Ethnomusicologie. For the open of the journal’s site, twenty issues are available online, including sixteen on open access in full text.


The French Journal of Media and Media Representations in the English-Speaking World

The aim of InMedia. The French Journal of Media and Media Representations in the English-Speaking World is to study the media and media representations in the English-speaking world. The journal focuses on the press, photography, painting, cinema, television, video games, music, radio and the Internet among other fields of study. It provides a multidisciplinary approach and comparative perspectives. Contributions are welcome from many research areas, including history, economics, political sciences, sociology, aesthetics, anthropology or science and communication studies. For the opening of the site an inaugural issue “Global Film and Television Industries Today” is online in full text in HTML and, via the OpenEdition Freemium program, in PDF and ePub formats.


A journal centred on the “agrégation” syllabus and the most recent forms and terms to arise in philosophical research

The Philosophique journal is published once per year and has a dual function: 1. encourage reflection around themes dealt with in the agrégation program; and 2. study the most recent forms and terms to arise in philosophical research. The journal, founded in 1986 on Louis Ucciani’s initiative, is today published by the Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté. The site opens with the full 1998-2012 collection, i.e. 15 issues, on open access and in full text. All articles are available for consultation in HTML, and for download in PDF and ePub via the OpenEdition Freemium program.

Les Cahiers d’EMAM

Interdisciplinary journal on urban issues in the Arab world and around the Mediterranean Sea

Les Cahiers d’EMAM  is an interdisciplinary publication contributing to studies on the Arab world and Mediterranean and their interaction with the rest of the world. The journal studies urban questions and processes of territorial construction and change in their social , economic and political dimensions. The Cahiers d’EMAM is published by the Équipe Monde Arabe et Méditerranée (UMR CITERES) from the université François-Rabelais in tours, and resumes the work of the Cahiers d’URBAMA, published from 1988 (no. 1) to 2000 (no. 15). For the opening of the site, 5 issues are available on open access in full text, the whole of the Cahiers collection (nos. 16-20).

Revue des sciences religieuses

The journal covers all disciplines of theology, canon law and religious studies

The Revue des sciences religieuses is an academic publication, written and published by the lecturer-researchers of the Faculté de Théologie Catholique de Strasbourg. The journal covers all disciplines of theology, canonical law and religious sciences: exegesis, history, fundamental and dogmatic theology, pastoralism and practice, ethics, philosophy and ecumenical studies.


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