Anthropen is a dictionary launched by an international team of researchers
Located at the heart of contemporary debates in anthropology and the cultural sciences, Anthropen is a dictionary that regularly publishes new content. All entries undergo scholarly review and are published in French. Unsolicited submissions are welcome, but they must align with the standards and themes of the dictionary in order to be considered. The entire dictionary is made available under a free licence (CC-BY-NC-ND).
Watch / listen to Anthropen lectures
Since 2020, the Anthropen dictionary has been enriched by public lectures, which bring together members of the dictionary team, special guests who discuss topics of public interest, research laboratories and centres, and civil society authorities. These lectures are organized collaboratively in partnership with the communities concerned. The dictionary thus allows authors who have published in Anthropen or who intend to do so to bring their entry to life and to submit it to public debate. Our dictionary thus resonates with public anthropology.
FOLLOW THE MULTILINGUAL LABORATORY
As of 2021, the Anthropen dictionary has been an experiment in multilingual publishing. This experimentation will continue in collaboration with the publication committee of the World Council of Anthropological Associations. Speakers are invited to present their content in connection with entries selected by the members of this laboratory, taking into account the anthropological tradition in which they are situated. The same entry is presented by different authors from different anthropological traditions and language backgrounds. Here you can access the presentations in video format. Multilingual publications will be added over time, after various lectures.