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Executive committee

Honorary Directors

Pierre Barrère †, Jean-Michel Lebigre, Marie-Claire Prat.

Directors of the review

Richard Maire (CNRS-University Bordeaux Montaigne/GAES, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa), Gabor Tóth (University of West Hungary).

Scientific Directors

Pascal Bartout (University of Orléans), Olivier Caron (Illinois State Geological Survey, ISGS, USA), Laurent Coste (University Bordeaux Montaigne), Pascal Handschumacher (IRD, University Aix-Marseille), Frédéric Hoffmann (University Bordeaux Montaigne), Anne-Marie Meyer (University Bordeaux Montaigne), Jacques Schroeder (UQAM, Canada).

Chief Editor/ Editorial secretary

Teddy Auly.

Reading Committee

Pascal Bartout, University of Orléans ; Bernard Bèzes, Institut Géographique National (IGN) ; David Blanchon, University Paris Ouest-Nanterre-La Défense ; Anne-Christine Bronner, CNRS-University of Strasbourg ; Télesphore Yao Brou, University of Artois ; Laurent Bruxelles, INRAP ; Bernard Calas, University Bordeaux Montaigne ; Stéphane Cordier, University Paris Est-Créteil-Val de Marne ; Alain Escadafal, University Bordeaux Montaigne ; Szabolcs Ákos Fábián, University of Pécs (Hungary) ; Catherine Ferrier, University of Bordeaux ; Dominique Harmand, University of Lorraine ; Jean-Marc Hoeblich, University of Picardie Jules Verne ; Stéphane Jaillet, CNRS-University of Savoie-Mont-Blanc ; Benoît Losson, University of Metz ; Claude Martin, CNRS-University of Nice-Sofia-Antipolis ; Claire Portal, University of Poitiers ; Marie-Claire Prat, University Bordeaux Montaigne ; Florence Richard-Schott, University of Bordeaux ; Bénédict Thibaud, University Bordeaux Montaigne ; Jésus Veiga, departmental Federation of Hunters in Gironde.

Scientific Committee

Yvonne Battiau-Queney, EUCC-France, University of Lille 3 ; Jean-Michel Carnus, INRA-Science & Impact ; Stéphane Costa, University of Caen ; Lucio Cunha, University of Coimbra (Portugal) ; Fernando Diaz del Olmo, University of Seville (Spain) ; Paul Fattal, University of Nantes ; Camille Dumat, Institut National Polytechnique of Toulouse ; Derek C. Ford, McMaster University (Canada) ; Monique Fort, University Paris Diderot ; Daniel Germain, UQAM (Canada) ; Christian Giusti, University of Paris IV-Sorbonne ; Adrian Grozavu, University « A.I. Cuza » (Romania) ; Antoine Kremer, INRA-Science & Impact ; Yannick Lageat, University of Brest ; Bertrand Lemartinel, University of Perpignan ; Nicole Limondin-Lozouet, CNRS-University of Paris-Sorbonne ; Michel Mietton, University of Lyon 3 ; Jean Nicod, University of Aix en Provence ; Arthur Palmer, State University of New York / College at Oneonta (USA) ; Jean-Pierre Peulvast, University of Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne ; Yves Quinif, Faculté Polytechnique of Mons (Belgique) ; Henri Rougier, University of Lyon 3 ; Benoît Sautour, University of Bordeaux ; Juan Manuel Sayago, University of Tucuman (Argentina) ; André Tarrisse, DDAF of the Lot ; Laurent Touchart, University of Orléans ; Elena Trofimova, Russian Academy of Sciences (Russia) ; Andrzej Tyc, University of Sosnowiec (Poland) ; Nathalie Vanara, University of Paris IV-Sorbonne ; Marton Veress, University of West Hungary ; Liliana Zaharia, University of Bucarest (Romania).

Functions of the committees

The functions of the review are organised around the director of the review and 2 committees (the scientific committee and the scientific and reading committee) who are supported by the editorial team (cf. figure1) and who refer to the directors of the publication.

The director of the publication ensures the smooth running of the review and is the contact for both the scientific and editorial sections. He or she represents the review and can veto any initiative which might jeopardise the functioning or the ethics of the review.

The editorial committee is responsible for the scientific policy of the review, along with the chief editor and the editorial secretary (who is also a member of the committee on account of his or her technical and editorial skills). One third of the committee is renewed every five years in order to ensure unity in continuity while driving the editorial and scientific policy of Horizons/Théâtre. The reading committee also functions in the same way. Through the chief editor and the editorial secretary, the editorial committee thus handles the revision of manuscript proposals sent to the review. He or she also coordinates calls for contributions and calls for coordination. The editorial committee also supervises the correct execution of evaluations and respect for deadlines regarding both authors and the review itself. The review has defined a period of between 8-12 months as a reasonable delay for the publication of a text

The scientific and reading committee is made up of persons who are recognised in their disciplinary field and who have produced a solid and substantial body of work and who are recognised as references in their specialist domain. The committee guarantees the scientific quality of the review. Members of the scientific committee are required to evaluate a minimum of two manuscripts a year.

The review also calls on external experts in those cases where the manuscripts submitted are outside the fields of competence of the committee members or in the case of litigation regarding the content of evaluations.

The editorial team is composed of teacher-researchers, researchers, teachers and professionals interested in developing the review and, along with the chief editor and under his or her guidance, is responsible for the editorial evaluation of manuscripts and related items (accounts, files, pedagogical dossiers, editorials …).

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