Tracés: Revue de Sciences Humaines publishes research in the social sciences in two themed issues per year and a handful of special editions. These issues focus on an old debate that has taken a new turn due to current editorial or political circumstances, takes an idea that the various intellectual traditions and disciplines would usually address in isolation and submits it to examination from multiple perspectives, or explores an emerging field of thought. Tracés claims a true pluralism, as attested to by the variety of themes and approaches it publishes. The journal's editorial committee is made up of young researchers from various disciplines and pursues a strong interdisciplinary project. This is manifested in the selection of articles, notes, translations, and interviews that make up each of the issues.
Les sciences humaines et sociales au travail (III): Réseaux socionumériques et travail de la recherche
Social sciences and humanities at work (III): Digital networks and the work of research
For the last fifteen years, the development of digital social networks (DSN) and their uses have changed the public space as well as professional, personal and militant practices. What effect has this had on scientific production and on the professional identity of its creators? What do DSN say about the evolution of scientific professions?
Pierre Janin, Natalia La Valle, Anne Lhuissier, Thomas Ribémont
Hunger is a constructed phenomenon, inherent to human societies, whatever the level of available resources, political regimes, or governance. here highlight the lived experiences, practices and standards. With this Tracés issue, we hope to provide knowledge and insights that will contribute to making hunger a public problem and food a common good.
Amina Damerdji, Anthony Pecqueux, Matthieu Renault
This issue of Tracés seeks to promote scientific approaches in the social sciences that aim to rematerialize their objects, to give life to matter, which is all too often considered inert, and to re-examine the relationships between human and non-human worlds, beyond dichotomies.
Documenter l'université qui lutte
Documenting the struggling university
2020 was a special year in many ways: Covid-19, but also the strong mobilization against the Research Programming Law in France. It was important for us to make a mobilized issue that would report on what happened during this unusual year.
Annabelle Allouch, Camille Noûs, Nicolas Rabain, Christelle Rabier, Clémentine Vidal-Naquet
While anxiety as a category is abundantly mobilized to designate a bodily sensation of malaise peculiar to the individual, this issue of Traces proposes to examine anxiety as a regime of experience in the face of uncertainty, using the tools no longer of psychoanalysis but of the human and social sciences.
Juliette Galonnier, Stéphane Le Courant, Camille Noûs, Anthony Pecqueux
Les sciences humaines et sociales au travail (II): Que faire des données de la recherche ?
Social sciences and humanities at work (II): The politics of research data
Faced with a number of contradictory injunctions, researchers have engaged in controversies and debates. Given the many questions and concerns that the current "data moment" provokes, this special issue proposes to take a step back and reflect on our trade and practices.
Émilie Guitard, Igor Krtolica, Baptiste Monsaingeon, Mathilde Rossigneux-Méheust
Considering the current injunction to reintegrate, rehabilitate, and recycle everything, this issue makes the hypothesis that this injunction also tends to deny the fact that industrial capitalist societies massively and constantly produce people and things beyond reclaim.
Thomas Angeletti, Quentin Deluermoz, Juliette Galonnier
What is an epoch ? How to decide where one starts and ends ? What are we the contemporaries of ? And what are the consequences of periodizing attempts on our relationship to time and history ? This special issue of Tracés is precisely dedicated to these questions. This special issue shows the multiple ways to conceive an epoch
Amina Damerdji, Samuel Hayat, Natalia La Valle, Christelle Rabier
Les sciences humaines et sociales au travail (I). Faire revue
Academic journals in the making
Considering the chains of editorial work, the temporalities and social conditions of production, the place assigned to every male and female participant in the publishing process, this issue of Tracés aims to reflect on the effects of the "academic journal" format on the production and reception of knowledge in the humanities and social sciences.
François Jarrige, Stéphane Le Courant, Camille Paloque-Bergès
Infrastructures, techniques et politiques
Infrastructures, technology and politics
This issue of Tracés is seeking to present and delimit today's uses of the word « infrastructures », as well as underlining, with a series of situated case studies, how infrastructural technical layouts are associated with political and social issues.