Les emprunts de Durkheim dans les bibliothèques de l’École normale supérieure et de la Sorbonne / Durkheim’s Loans from the Libraries of the ENS and the Sorbonne, 1902–1917
Marcel Mauss’s ‘Internal Critique of the “Legend of Abraham”’
Adeel Hamza and John Gannon
Internal Critique of the ‘Legend of Abraham’
Georges Davy et les Américains, ou le troisième âge du durkheimisme (1945–1955)
In Memoriam: W.S.F. Pickering
William Watts Miller
Les sciences sociales et l’action : un cas révélateur
Durkheim (and Mauss) before Durkheim
Durkheim et Buisson : un rendez-vous manqué ?
Aims & Scope
Durkheimian Studies / Études Durkheimiennes is the scholarly journal of the British Centre for Durkheimian Studies. It is concerned with all aspects of the work of Durkheim and his
Durkheimian Studies is indexed/abstracted in:
- Anthropological Index Online (RAI)
- Current Abstracts (EBSCO)
- IBR – International Bibliography of Book Reviews of Scholarly Literature on the Humanities and Social Sciences (De Gruyter)
- IBZ – International Bibliography of Periodical Literature (De Gruyter)
- MLA Directory of Periodicals
- MLA International Bibliography
- MLA Master List of Periodicals
- Scopus (Elsevier)
- Social Services Abstracts (CSA/ProQuest)
- SocINDEX (EBSCO)
- Sociological Abstracts (CSA/Pro/Quest)
- TOC Premier Table of Contents (EBSCO)
- Worldwide Political Science Abstracts (CSA/ProQuest)
Editor: W. Watts Miller
Reviews Editor: W.S.F. Pickering
S. Baciocchi, British Centre for Durkheimian Studies and École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales
S. Stedman Jones, British Centre for Durkheimian Studies
K. Thompson, Open University
International Board of Editorial Consultants:
M. Borlandi, University of Turin
M. Fournier, University of Montreal
A. Gofman, Russian Academy of Sciences
S. Lukes, New York University
J. Mergy, University of Paris IX
D. Merllié, EHESS, Paris
A. T. Riley, Bucknell University
The Durkheimian Studies style guide follows the British-English Berghahn Books House Style Guide, which is based on The Oxford Guide to Style (OGD). Please consult either guide for the following conventions: the use of italics, commas, and conjunctions; the positioning of punctuation and quotations marks; the presentation of numbers and dates; the use of the dash; citing references within the text. Detailed examples are provided. Please note that the journal uses British punctuation and spelling, following The Oxford English Dictionary.
References to works by Durkheim should use the Lukes dating-enumeration system. In some items, especially the shorter pieces, the reference to a work by Durkheim may not be given in the text. To obtain details of the dating-enumeration, consult the bibliographies in S. Lukes, Emile Durkheim: His Life and Work, especially the Penguin 1992 edition.
In-text referencing should follow the author-date system (see OGD 566–572), with full documentation in the references. Note that article/chapter titles are to be capitalized and enclosed in quotation marks. For multiple listings under an author's name, list the oldest publication first, followed by the next publications, in chronological order.
Articles should normally be between 7,000 and 9,000 words in total, and should be supplied with a word count.
Notes should be presented as endnotes, and should be kept short and to a minimum.
Note text should be the same font size as the main text. Note reference numbers and asterisks should not be placed on essay titles, section headings, epigraphs, or the essay author's name.
The following referencing conventions must be adhered to:
Durkheim, E. 1912a. Les formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse. Paris: Alcan.
Durkheim, E. (1912a) 1995. The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. Trans. Karen E. Fields. New York: Free Press.
Durkheim, E. 1912a. Les formes élémentaires de la vie religieuse. Paris: Alcan (tr. 1995 The Elementary Forms of Religious Life. Trans. Karen E. Fields. New York: Free Press).
Two authors (use comma to separate):
Pickering, W.S.F., and H. Martins (eds.), 1994. Debating Durkheim. London and New York: Routledge.
Chapter/essay in a book:
Bataille, G.  1988. 'The Sorcerer's Apprentice'. In D. Hollier (ed.), The College of Sociology 1937-39. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Article in a journal:
Thompson, K. 1990. 'Religion: The British Contribution,' British Journal of Sociology 41 (4): 531-535.
Dates should be set day/month/year, with no comma (e.g., 26 January 1988).
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All contributions are externally refereed by scholars of international repute. E-mail submissions are encouraged for quicker response time, but mailed contributions will be reviewed. All mailed submissions must include two hard copies and the corresponding electronic files on a PC formatted disc. Articles should normally be between 7,000 and 9,000 words in total and should be supplied with a word count.
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