PUBLISH IN JOURNAL DES ANTHROPOLOGUES


For each issue, the « dossier » brings together a set of unpublished articles organized around a theme developed in a call for papers http://www.afa.msh-paris.fr/

Items must not exceed 40,000 characters (spaces, title, keywords, abstracts in English and French included). They may include images (to be defined with Release Managers).
They are to be sent to the member coordinator team and copied to the following address :
Afa_AT_msh-paris.fr

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THE SECTIONS

RESEARCH AND DEBATE
This section aims to feed the intellectual dynamics of the anthropological discipline. It incorporates articles of various kinds :
– papers opening theoretical, methodological and epistemological reflections.
– Reflections on the future of the discipline.
– Controversial essays and contradictory positions.
– Reactions to articles published in the Journal des anthropologues.

Proposals must not exceed 40,000 characters (spaces, title, keywords, abstracts in English and
French included) and should be sent to:
Annie Benveniste : annie.benveniste_AT_univ-paris8.fr
Nicole Khouri : khouri.n_AT_wanadoo.fr
Monique Selim : monique._AT_ird.fr
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ANTHROPOLOGIES IN THE PRESENT
This section is intended for the publication of interviews and/or original texts from
researchers related to recent news. The aim is to present current events more comprehensively

and to add historical and contextual perspectives through anthropology’s political, economic,
social, symbolic and ideological dimensions.

Proposals must not exceed 40,000 characters (spaces, title, keywords, abstracts in English and
French included) and should be sent to :
Marie Rebeyrolle : marie.rebeyrolle_AT_gmail.com
David Puaud : puauddavid _AT_ yahoo.fr
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ECHOES FROM HERE AND ELSEWHERE
This section echoes the activity of the discipline. It hosts synthetic articles giving a reasoned
and problematised account of colloquia, congress, seminars, study days, debates, etc… in
France and abroad.

Proposals must not exceed 10,000 characters (spaces, title, keywords, abstracts in English and French included) and should be sent to:
Emir Mahieddin : emir.mahieddin_AT_ehess.fr
Estelle Miramond : estelle.miramond _AT_ gmail.com
Vincent Rubio : rubiovincent_AT_hotmail.com
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VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY
This section contains articles that address the contributions of documentary cinema, fiction
films and television productions to anthropology, along with theoretical articles concerning
the use of film, multimedia, photography or performance as supports for creating or retrieving anthropological data. In addition, the section aims to promote European and international
research that renews the organisation of the disciplinary field (teaching, ongoing learning,
direction, diffusion/distribution, archives and media libraries). Its content will be enriched by
film chronicles programmed at events, reviews of publications related to this field of study,
some information on news in visual anthropology (festivals, congresses, colloquia) and
articles about specialized websites.

Proposals must not exceed 40,000 signs (spaces, title, keywords, abstracts in English and
French included) and should be sent to:

Sophie Accolas : sophie.accolas_AT_gmail.com
Nadine Wanono-Gauthier: wanononadine_AT_yahoo.fr
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PUBLIC ANTHROPOLOGY
This section explores the multiple trajectories of anthropology, ranging from investigative practices, artistic collaborations, action-research (or applied research) and new forms of restitution. It includes interviews and reflexive analyses on the public dimension of anthropology, both in the university setting and beyond.

Proposals must not exceed 40.000 signs (spaces, title, keywords, abstracts in English and French included) and should be sent to:
Kassia Aleksic: kassiaaleksic_A_gmail.com
Francesco Staro: francesco.staro_A_gmail.com
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