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Scientific Committee

The scientific committee defines, in agreement with the editorial board, the editorial policy of the journal and its positioning in the disciplinary fields it is inscribed in. It ensures that there is a fair and alternate treatment of the themes addressed in the various sections. The committee shares its opinion on all orientations that may influence the scientific quality of the journal, as well as the smooth process for the evaluation or publishing.

  • Marc Abélès (CNRS/EHESS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Pierre Bouvier † (Université Paris Nanterre, IIAC/LAIOS) – socio-anthropology

  • Denise Brennan (Georgetown University) – anthropology

  • Gérard Collomb (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Maria Couroucli (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Andrew Feenberg (Simon Fraser University) – philosophy

  • Jean-François Gossiaux (EHESS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Nicole Lapierre (CNRS, LAP) – socio-anthropology

  • Roberta Shapiro (ministère de la Culture, LAP) – sociology

  • Martin de La Soudière (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Michael T. Taussig (Columbia University) – anthropology

Editorial Board

The editorial board devises and implements the editorial policy of the journal. It is accountable for the scientific quality of the publications, examines whether the papers submitted are admissible and manages the evaluation process. It ensures that the ethical rules posted on Condition Humaine / Conditions Politiques website are respected. Two thirds of its members are external to LAP, UMR 8177 CNRS-EHESS, to which the journal is affiliated. Its members serve a three-year mandate, renewable twice.

  • Pablo Antunha Barbosa (Universidade Federal do Sul da Bahia) – anthropology

  • Elena Apostoli Cappello (Università di Roma “La Sapienza”) – anthropology

  • Michèle Baussant (CNRS, CEFRES) – anthropology

  • David Manuel Bozzini (Université de Fribourg) – anthropology

  • Yerko Castro Neira (Universidad Iberoamericana) – anthropology

  • Giovanna Cavatorta (Università Roma Tre) – anthropology

  • Pierre-Antoine Chardel (Institut Mines-Télécom, LAP) – socio-philosophy

  • Éric Chauvier (École nationale supérieure d’architecture de Versailles) – anthropology

  • Riccardo Ciavolella (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Thomas Cortado (ENS Paris, Centre Maurice Halbwachs) anthropology

  • Mathias Dambuyant-Wargny (EHESS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Vera Lúcia da Silva (Universidade Federal do Sul da Bahia) – anthropology

  • Lynda Dematteo (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology and political science

  • María Inés Fernández Alvarez (CONICET/Universidad de Buenos Aires) – anthropology

  • Elena Filippova (Institut d’ethnologie et d’anthropologie de l’Académie des sciences de Russie, Moscou) – anthropology

  • Michela Fusaschi (Università Roma Tre) – anthropology

  • Kyra Grieco (EHESS, LISST/CAS) – anthropology

  • Paula Guerra (Universidade do Porto, Instituto de Sociologia) – sociology

  • Chrystèle Guilloteau (CNRS, LAP) – LAP general secretariat

  • Benoit Hazard (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • David Inglis (University of Helsinki) – sociology

  • Julie Métais (ULB, Laboratoire d’anthropologie des mondes contemporains/Marie Curie) – anthropology

  • Yoann Morvan (CNRS, Idemec) – anthropology

  • Catherine Neveu (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Florence Neveux (CNRS, LAP) – editorial secretariat

  • Jean-Bernard Ouédraogo (CNRS/EHESS, LAP) – sociology

  • Caterina Pasqualino (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Eckehard Pistrick (University of Cologne, GSSC) – anthropology, ethnomusicology

  • Francesco Pompeo (Università Roma Tre) – anthropology

  • Manuel João Ramos (Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, Centro de Estudos Internacionais) – anthropology

  • Gianfranco Rebucini (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Hadrien Saiag † (CNRS, IIAC/LAP) – economics and anthropology

  • Arnd Schneider (University of Oslo) anthropology

  • Ida Susser (CUNY, Graduate Center / Hunter College) – anthropology

  • Maxime Vanhoenacker (CNRS, LAP) – anthropology

  • Éric Wittersheim (EHESS, LAP) – anthropology