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Patrimoines du sud is published by the Occitanie Regional Council.

For further information, contact Josiane Pagnon, chief editor, josiane.pagnon[at]laregion.fr (+33 (0)4 67 22 86 98).

Patrimoines du sud operates with a scientific advisory board. This body gives advice on editorial organisation, the academic programme, the key themes for each issue, and the journal’s distribution, promotion and reach.

The editorial board, made up of heritage professionals, changes according to the topics published in each issue; it is the operational and collaborative driving force of Patrimoines du sud.

Increasingly, each issue features a special theme and makes calls for contributions. However, it is always possible to propose articles on a range of topics, called varia, that can be included at the end of each issue.

To submit an article

Submit the proposal, written on no more than one page, by e-mail.

For an article to be accepted, it must correspond to the journals editorial policy, enhance our knowledge, and include content that is appropriate for all interested publics.

Once the proposal has been accepted, the article may be written in accordance with the guidelines sent to the authors. The article is then submitted to a peer review system for final acceptance.

All photos must be of excellent quality and royalty-free. It may be possible to purchase images if all other solutions have been exhausted.

Contents

In-depth articles, no limit to the number of characters;

Shorter articles: reading notes on recent publications, showcasing a discovery, updates on topics that could be of interest to other scholars, commented texts on archived documents, study of a monument or an object.

All articles in Patrimoines du sud are subject to unrestricted access and can be downloaded free of charge.

Scientific Advisory Board

The present scientific advisory board is composed of university faculty and members of the administrations heritage department:

  • Benjamin Assié, Library Curator, Director of Cirdoc, Béziers.

  • Alix Audurier-Cros, Professor Emeritus. ART-Dev laboratory, Paul-Valéry Montpellier III university.

  • Monique Bourin, Professor Emeritus. Paris I-Sorbonne university.

  • Esteban Castaňer Muňoz, University Lecturer, Director of the department of art history and Deputy Director of the centre for historical research on Mediterranean societies, Perpignan-Via Domitia university, Perpignan.

  • Mathieu Desachy, Library Curator, Director of the inter-university library of Montpellier.

  • Isabelle Duhau, Heritage Curator, French inventory of cultural heritage, Ministry of Culture and Communications, Paris.

  • Valérie Gaudard, Chief Heritage Curator, Occitan DRAC.

  • Gilles Gudin de Vallerin; Director of the Montpellier Metropole media library network.

  • Géraldine Mallet, University Lecturer, UFR 3: humanities and environmental science history, civilisations, archaeology and art of ancient and medieval civilisations; Centre for medieval studies, Montpellier.

  • Nicolas Pierrot, Engineer; researcher at the General Inventory of Ile-de-France, responsible for industrial heritage; researcher affiliated to the INSC, Paris I.

  • Laurent Schneider; Research Director at the C.N.RS., laboratory for medieval and modern archaeology in the Mediterranean, Aix-en-Provence university.

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