About the journal

Politix is a social sciences journal promoting a multidisciplinary approach to political phenomena. It is open to works in political science as well as in sociology, anthropology, and history. It aims to participate in the dissemination of academic works on the political dimension of social phenomena, and to contribute to the public debate by comparing topics discussed in scientific research.

Contribute to the dissemination of academic work in political science; contribute to public debate by confronting the themes debated therein with empirical research; intervene in controversies crossing the social sciences; and foster dialogue between the latter, historical disciplines and political science: these are Politix‘s main ambitions.

For more than twenty years, Politix has been run by researchers and academics, thus becoming a reference journal in its field. By enabling young authors to present the results of their research and encouraging innovative work, Politix aims to renew the themes discussed in political science, thus breaking down the barriers between the disciplines in order to achieve a genuine interdisciplinary debate.

Editorial Committee

C. Achin (Université Paris Dauphine, IRISSO), E. Agrikoliansky (Université Paris Dauphine, IRISSO), Y. Barthe (CNRS, LIER-IMM, EHESS), L. Bereni (Centre Maurice Halbwachs, équipe PRO) J.-L. Briquet (CNRS, CRSP-CESSP), A. Collovald (Université Paris Nanterre, ISP), Q. Deluermoz (Université Paris 13, CRESC/Pleiade), F. Desage (Université Lille 2, CERAPS), G. Favarel-Garrigues (CNRS, Sciences Po – CERI), B. Gaïti (Université Paris 1, CRPS-CESSP), C. Gayet-Viaud (CNRS, CESDIP et CEMS Institut Marcel Mauss, EHESS) B. Gobille (ENS Lyon), S. Guyon (Université de Picardie – CURAPP), J.-P. Heurtin (Université de Strasbourg, SAGE), C. Lemieux (EHESS, IMM-GSPM), D. Linhardt (EHESS, IMM-LIER), C. Lomba (CNRS, CRESPPA-CSU), C. Moreau de Bellaing (ENS Paris, CMH), N. Renahy (INRA, CESAER), C. Robert (Sciences Po Lyon, Triangle), F. Sawicki (Université Paris 1, CESSP), Y. Siblot (Université Paris 8, Cresppa-Csu).

Review Committee

 R. Banegas (Université Paris 1, CEJPMA), R. Bertrand (FNSP, CERI-Sciences Po Paris), L. Blondiaux (Université Paris 1, CRPS-CESSP), D. Cardon (Orange Labs, Laboratoire des usages), Y. Déloye (IEP de Bordeaux, SPIRIT), N. Dodier (EHESS, IMM-GSPM), O. Fillieule (Université de Lausanne, CRAPUL), B. François (Université Paris 1, CRPS-CESSP), C. Guionnet (Université Rennes 1, CRAPE), P. Hassenteufel (Université Versailles Saint-Quentin, CARPO), P. Laborier (Université de Picardie, CURAPP), P. Lehingue (Université de Picardie, CURAPP).

Scientific Committee

L. Boltanski (EHESS), M. Callon (Mines ParisTech), A. Cambrosio (Université McGill), C. Charle (Université Paris 1), J. Chevallier (Université Paris 2), M. Diouf (Université Columbia), M. Dobry (Université Paris 1), S. Epstein (Université hébraïque de Jérusalem), P. Favre (IEP Grenoble), D. Gaxie (Université Paris 1), J. Gerstlé (Université Paris 1), P. Geschiere (Université d’Amsterdam), J. Leca (IEP Paris), G. Lenclud (CNRS, Paris), A. Mastropaolo (Université de Turin), G. Mauger (CNRS, Paris), P. Muller (CNRS, Paris), M. Offerlé (ENS Paris), T. Tackett (Université de Californie Irvine).

 

Politix Editorial Secretariat

Nadia Belalimat
Université Paris 1, Département de science politique
17, rue de la Sorbonne
75231 Paris cedex 05