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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
39-40 | Avril-Août 2018
La ville caribéenne, les villes dans la Caraïbe

The Caribbean City, the Cities in the Caribbean
La ciudad caribeña, las ciudades en el Caribe
Edited by Huhua CAO, Olivier DEHOORNE and Dorina Camelia ILIES
La ville caribéenne : une combinaison de territoires composites. L’exemple de  Fort-de-France
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Credits : O. Dehoorne, 2014 (1), 2007 (2), 2016 (3), 2017 (4)
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