Communications issues published from 1961 to 2004 (n° 1 to 76) are now in free access on line:
For further issues, contents are on line on the journal website : http://www.iiac.cnrs.fr/CentreEdgarMorin/spip.php?article90
They will be progressively on line, except the six last ones.
Communications is a social sciences journal whose thematic issues are published twice-yearly. It was created in 1961 by Georges Friedmann, Roland Barthes, and Edgar Morin. After becoming a reference publication for media studies and semiotics in France, it quickly won an international readership. Since the 1980s, it has been widening its topics to anthropological and sociological research. Contributors include prominent international social theorists and scientists as well as young scholars. It privileges groundbreaking researches and a thoroughly transdisciplinary approach.
1200 articles are now on line. Among many others, contributions by Theodor W. Adorno, Roland Barthes, Umberto Eco, Moses Finley, Noam Chomsky, Tzvetan Todorov, Bill Viola, Paul Virilio, Raymond Boudon, Jacques Le Goff...
Edited by the Center Edgar Morin of the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales (EHESS), Communications is published and distributed by Seuil.
Editors : Nicole Lapierre, Edgar Morin.
Committee : André Burguière, Claude Fischler, Claudine Haroche, Véronique Nahoum-Grappe, Bernard Paillard, Martyne Perrot, Georges Vigarello.
Editorial secretary : Daniel Percheron
E-Mail : revue-communications at ehess.fr
ISSN 0588-8018 - ISSN 2102-5924
1 issue, in bookshops (16 €). Suscription 2 issues/year, Foreign : 36 € (check) to Éditions du Seuil, BP 90 006, 59718 Lille Cedex 9.