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Call for Papers: Portfolio: REMI’s Special Anniversary Issue

Appel à contributions : Portfolio : spécial numéro anniversaire de la REMI
Olivier Clochard, Constance De Gourcy et Yann Scioldo-Zürcher

Résumés

Le comité de rédaction de la Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales (REMI) organise à l’occasion de son 40ème anniversaire un appel à contributions pour sa rubrique portfolio. Ce concours s’adresse aux jeunes chercheurs et chercheuses en doctorat et post-doctorat issu·es des disciplines des sciences sociales en France et à l’international. Ces propositions pourront prendre différentes orientations :
- décentrer nos regards théoriques et méthodologiques vers des sujets inédits, des objets de recherche encore peu traités ;
- proposer des carrières d’objets, de notions et/ou de concepts afin de montrer leurs conditions d’apparition, d’évolution, leur inscription dans des contextes donnés.
Un jury composé de membres du comité de rédaction et du réseau de correspondant·es de la revue sélectionnera trois propositions en vue de leur publication dans le numéro anniversaire (Vol. 40-2&3 – 2025). Les textes comporteront entre 10 000 et 20 000 caractères (espace compris) et seront centrés autour de propositions visuelles : photographies, dessins, plans, cartes, caricatures, etc.

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Calendar

Start of the call: 1 February 2024
Deadline to send abstracts and closure of the call: 15 March 2024
Selection and decision: April 1, 2024
Deadline to send articles: July 15, 2024
Peer-review
Deadline to send the articles in their latest version: 1 March 2025
Publication: September 2025

Submission Modalities

Proposals for articles could be in French, English or Spanish and should include the author’s affiliation, a title and an abstract of 2,000 characters (spaces included). They may come from different disciplines of social sciences and should be sent to remi[at]univ-poitiers.fr before 15 March 2024.

The accepted articles could be in French, English or Spanish.

For more details (about norms, number of characters, presentation, etc.): https://journals.openedition.org/remi/5848

Selection Committee

William Berthomière (Geographer, Research Director, CNRS, Université de Bordeaux Montaigne, Université de Bordeaux, Ensap de Bordeaux, Passages, Pessac, France), Florence Boyer (Geographer, Research Fellow, CNRS, IRD, Université Paris Cité, Université Côte d’Azur, Urmis, Paris, France), Yves Charbit (Demographer, Professor Emeritus, Université Paris Cité, IRD, Ceped, Paris, France), Olivier Clochard (Geographer, Research Fellow, CNRS, Université de Poitiers, Migrinter, Poitiers, France), Constance De Gourcy (Sociologist, HDR Lecturer, Aix-Marseille Université, CNRS, Mesopolhis, Aix-en-Provence, France), Marco Martiniello (Sociologist, Professor, Liège Université, CEDEM, Liège, Belgium), Naïk Miret (Geographer, Professor, Université de Poitiers, CNRS, Migrinter, Poitiers, France), Audrey Montépini (Editor, Academic Civil Servant, Université de Poitiers, CNRS, MSHS, Poitiers, France), Anne Raulin (Sociologist and Anthropologist, Professor Emeritus, Université Paris Nanterre, Sophiapol, Nanterre, France), Yann Scioldo-Zürcher (Historian, Research Fellow, CNRS, EHESS, CRH, Paris, France), Julien Thorez (Geographer, Research Fellow, CNRS, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle, Inalco, EPHE, CeRMI, Ivry-sur-Seine, France)

Date

The deadline to send abstracts is 15 March 2024

Contact

remi[at]univ-poitiers.fr

Argumentation

A growing body of social science research now incorporates the production of photographs and drawings into its methodology and, in many works of research, critical analysis draws on corpora of images. The aim of this section is to provide a view of migrants, migration and migratory configurations by offering REMI readers portfolios of iconographic proposals (photographs, drawings, plans, etc.) produced as part of field research.

The authors will position themselves within a broad spectrum, in which images can be used to support an approach linking visual sociology with sociology of the gaze (as suggested by Emmanuel Garrigues). The images can also be a mode of anthropological (Albert Piette) or geographical knowledge.

As a reminder, portfolios can be in French, English or Spanish. They should include an introduction and a maximum of eight photographs, free of copyright, with detailed captions and should respect the journal’s technical requirements (https://journals.openedition.org/remi/5849) and https://journals.openedition.org/remi/5849#tocfrom3n11). The target length is 10,000-20,000 characters including spaces. The introduction should provide the context of the production of the images and explain how the use of photography adds to the production of knowledge. Portfolios should follow the same presentation guidelines as articles in the journal (https://journals.openedition.org/remi/5849). Proposed contributions should be sent by email to the REMI editorial team (remi[at]univ-poitiers.fr). They should be unpublished. Decisions on publication (acceptance, suggestions for improvements and changes, or rejection) will be notified before 1st April 2024. In accordance with established practice for academic journals, authors undertake not to submit their text to other journals while it is under consideration by the REMI editorial team.

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