Wednesday, January 12, 2022

Open Access Journal: Frontière·s

 ISSN: 2534-7535
Frontière·s n°1
Frontière·s, Revue d’archéologie, histoire & histoire de l’art, offre un espace de réflexion épistémologique en Open Access aux chercheurs dont les travaux portent sur les sociétés antiques et médiévales. Son objectif est de proposer à la communauté scientifique un support de publication rapide et interdisciplinaire tout en garantissant la rigueur scientifique d’une revue à comité de lecture. Cette initiative est portée par de jeunes chercheurs de la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée Jean Pouilloux, principal soutien du projet.

At the crossroads of disciplinary fields such as sociology, history and anthropology, gender studies questions the limits of individual identity. As a social construct specific to each culture and human group, the idea of gender is at the heart of social norms that it participates in defining and redefining. Across cultures and eras, gender and sex have rarely been limited to the male-female duality alone.

This fifth issue of the journal Frontière·s offers a set of studies on ancient and medieval cultures through the prism of gender. They demonstrate by their complementarity the relevance of such an approach, confirming that questioning gender in ancient societies is not an anachronism. The articles cover a very broad chronological framework and embrace a wide geographical area, showing that gender is a relevant data for any period and culture. The space-time frame thus extends from pre-Hispanic Amerindian societies of the first centuries of our era to Czech literature of the 12th century of our era.


 

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