The scientific project and editorial practices of the journal of anthropology of knowledge

Rigas Arvanitis 1 Marc Barbier 1 Beatrice Cahour 2, 3, 4 Christian Licoppe 5 David Pontille 6 Dominique Vinck 7 Françoise Decortis 8 Jean-Pierre Poitou 9, 2 Bernard Ancori 10 Christian Brassac 11 William Turner 12 Philippe Losego 13 Florian Charvolin 14 Michel Grossetti 15 Jean-Pierre Albert 15 Xavier Guchet 16 Mina Kleiche 17 Ashveen Perbaye 1 Denis Ecker 15 Pascale Trompette 18 Liliana Doganova Cwline Grandjou 19 Joelle Le Marec 20 Laure Koetzler 21 Irene Maffi 22 Clarie Beaudevin 23 Soraya Boudia Caroline Datchary 15 Elise Demeulenaere 24 Frederic Goulet 25 Rene Sigrist 7
Abstract : This article retraces the scientific and editorial project behind the Revue d’Anthropologie des Connaissances (RAC), launched in 2007, and in particular the convergence of multiple disciplines that promoted the founding of the journal. It then presents the editorial policy, practices and choices having fashioned it and whose procedures are no less important than its content and epistemic focus. These procedures concern reviewing work but also choice of media (online electronic access), article format, publication language, dissemination (open access to readers) and business model.
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Rigas Arvanitis, Marc Barbier, Beatrice Cahour, Christian Licoppe, David Pontille, et al.. The scientific project and editorial practices of the journal of anthropology of knowledge. Revue d'Anthropologie des Connaissances, Société d'Anthropologie des Connaissances, 2017, RAC 10-year anniversary, 11 (2), pp.109-124. ⟨10.3917/rac.035.0109 ⟩. ⟨hal-01713768⟩

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