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Etudes Caribéennes is a scientific expression space where original works of young and senior researchers are published. They have transversal regards on the Caribbean, Latin American and the World. Caribbean space is a special field to study about, but it is not the only subject accepted for the publication. Etudes Caribéennes is a Journal of Caribbean Studies and Island Worlds devoted to islands, tropical, American and Caribbean issues. Geography, regional planning, economics and social sciences (history, sociology, anthropology), through a multidisciplinary approach, this journal contributes to reflections on the territory constructions and development issues. The journal publish three annual issues organized around a core thematic section. The manuscripts published in French, English, Spanish, are evaluated by an international scientific committee.

Latest issue
41 | Décembre 2018
Biodiversité et gestion des espaces et des ressources naturels

Edited by Jean-Marie Breton
Les confins de Fort-de-France (Martinique). Biodiversité, anthropisation et  précarité : la gestion des ressources en question
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Credits : S. Theng, 2017
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