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Editorial Board

The Editorial Board has 17 members and is integral to the running of the journal. The board meets on-site in Paris four times per year. They are regularly asked to advise their opinions and editorial policy choices. Given the transdisciplinary nature of the journal, the board is made up of researchers and lecturer-researchers from complementary fields of expertise (historians from the following fields: anthropology, geography, philosophy, history, orientalism, sociology, etc.). They all promote various approaches (history of books, institutions, transnational history, etc.) and some also offer skills related to particular linguistic areas (the Germanic, Russian, Hispanic worlds etc.).

Members of the Editorial Board:

Reports Team

Within the Editorial Board, a team comprising Matthieu Ballandonne, Dylan Simon and Thibaud Trochu, is specifically responsible for the reports (request, follow-up, proofreading).

Editorial office

  • Céline Barthonnat (Revue d’histoire des sciences humaines) :
    celine.barthonnat[at]cnrs.fr

  • Martin Dulong (Éditions de la Sorbonne) :
    martin.dulong[at]univ-paris1.fr

Reading Committee

The Reading Committee has 7 members. The committee is asked to provide expertise and to distribute assessments.

Members of the Reading Committee:

  • Jean-François Bert, Université de Lausanne, Suisse

  • Anne-Sophie Chambost, Université Jean-Monnet Saint-Étienne

  • Ludovic Frobert, CNRS, UMR Triangle

  • Jean-Christophe Marcel, Université de Bourgogne

  • Tiago Pires Marques, Centro de Estudos Sociais, Université de Coimbra, Portugal

  • Marie-Pierre Sol, Université Toulouse 2

  • Céline Trautmann-Waller, Université Sorbonne Nouvelle - Paris 3

Scientific Committee

The Scientific Committee has 25 members (15 French and 10 foreign).

The Committee’s national and disciplinary diversity reflects the journal’s openness to different was of practising the history, sociology and anthropology of the human and social sciences.

Members of the Scientific Committee:

  • Massimo Borlandi, Université de Turin, Italie

  • Éric Brian, EHESS

  • Jean-Michel Chapoulie, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • Christophe Charle, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • Lorraine Daston, Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Allemagne

  • Marcel Fournier, Université de Montréal, Canada

  • Ian Hacking, Collège de France

  • François Hartog, EHESS

  • Johan Heilbron, Centre européen de sociologie et de science politique

  • Peter Hirschmuller, Allemagne

  • Jean-Louis Halpérin, ENS Paris

  • Dirk Kaesler, Université de Marbourg, Allemagne

  • Dominique Lecourt, Université Paris-Diderot

  • Andreas Mayer, Centre Alexandre-Koyré

  • Theodore Porter, Université Stanford, États-Unis

  • Michel Porret, Université de Genève, Suisse

  • Jacques Postel, Paris

  • Sandra Puccini, Université de la Tuscia, Italie

  • Jean-Manuel de Queiroz, Université Rennes 2

  • Marie-Claire Robic, Géographie-cités

  • Margaret Schabas, University of British Columbia, Canada

  • Alain Schnapp, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne

  • Philippe Steiner, Université Paris-Sorbonne

  • Christian Topalov, Centre Maurice-Halbwachs

  • Peter Weingart, Université de Bielefeld, Allemagne

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