Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales
The Annales were started by Marc Bloch and Lucien Febvre in 1929. The journal's focus is defined by both a long tradition and innovative research approaches. It is open towards new areas of research and comparative methods, as well as the field of cultural sciences and epistemological reflection. Therefore, the Annales offer space for both renowned authors and young scholars. Apart from the focus on history, the Annales also play an important role in the social sciences and are regarded as an established medium for scholarly exchange between various disciplines in the humanities and social sciences.
Furthermore, a significant proportion of the journal's content is devoted to the presentation and evaluation of recent scholarly publications in about 200 book reviews per year. In-depth reviews of especially important publications add to this section.
The Annales are considered to be the most frequently consulted historical journal in French.
The reviews are published on recensio.net 4 years after the initial release (Moving Wall).
- Editor: Étienne Anheim
Scientific advisory board: Mary Beard, Jane Burbank, Sandro Carocci, Jocelyne Dahklia, Lorraine Daston, Marc Ferro, François Hartog, Antonio Manuel Hespanha, Christian Lamouroux, Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie, Alf Lüdtke, André Orléan, Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Pierre-François Souyri, Lucette Valensi
Editorial board: Vincent Azoulay, Nicolas Barreyre, Romain Bertrand, André Burguière, Guillaume Calafat, Vanessa Caru, Jean-Yves Grenier, Camille Lefebvre, Antoine Lilti, Jacques Poloni-Simard, Jacques Revel, Antonella Romano, Anne Simonin, Laurent Thévenot, Michael Werner
Responsible for English version: Stephen W. Sawyer
Office: Séverine Guiton, Chloe Morgan, Blaise Royer
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