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Annales d’Éthiopie

The Annales d’Éthiopie is one of the main international and interdisciplinary journals about Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa. It started in 1955. Since 2007, it is jointly published by the CFEE and the Éditions de Boccard (Paris). Volumes are archived online on the freely accessible website Persée.fr one year after their publication. The journal accepts and published articles in English and in French.

The journal

Founded in 1955 by theArchaeology Section of the Ethiopian Imperial Government, the Annales d’Éthiopie was first published as the Ethio-French Ethiopian Archaeology and Classical Studies journal, until 1990.
Since 2000, when the CFEE was created and the journal’s publication started again, the Annales d’Éthiopie is dealing with all fields of Social Sciences and Humanities in all countries of the Horn of Africa, while still welcoming research in Palaeontology and Environmental Sciences.

Submit and article or a special topic project
The Annales d’Éthiopie publishes thematic issues, articles in varia, as well as editions of documents and reviews. For thematic issues, an international call for papers is issued in specialised networks.
All contributions are reviewed by the scientific committee of the journal as well as by two external reviewers. Evaluations are anonymous.

If you want to submit a contribution, please contact the editors-in-chief: Jean-Renaud Boisserie (jean.renaud.boisserie@univ-poitiers.fr) and Thomas Guindeuil (t.guindeuil@gmail.com).
Contributions must be written in line with the following guidelines (in English and in French):

Guide des auteurs (en anglais)
Guide des auteurs (en français)

Accepted articles written in French must additionally include ashort version in English consisting of an elaborate summary plus references and representing about 20% of the original article in terms of length.

Read the journal online
The issues of the Annales d’Éthiopie can be freely accessed online on Persée.fr one year after publication.
The tables of contents of issues published before 2006 are available on the blog of the CFEE.

Buy the journal or subscribe to it
See the website of the Éditions de Boccard.

Organisation of the journal
Publication director: 
David Ambrosetti, researcher in Political Sciences at the CNRS, director of the CFEE (direction@cfee.cnrs.fr)
Editors-in-chief: 
Jean-Renaud Boisserie, palaeontologist at the CNRS, researcher of the CFEE (jean.renaud.boisserie@univ-poitiers.fr)
Thomas Guindeuil, historian, scientific secretary of the CFEE, and associate researcher at the IMAF (UMR 8171) (t.guindeuil@gmail.com)
Editorial secretariat: 
Alexandre Girard-Muscagorry (b00410298@essec.edu)
Scientific committee: 
Jon Abbink, anthropologist, African Studies Centre, Leiden
Jean-Renaud Boisserie, palaeontologist, researcher at the CNRS (UMR 7262 IPHEP), Poitiers (current editor-in-chief)
Giulia Bonacci, historian, researcher at the IRD (UMR 8245 URMIS), Nice
Claire Bosc-Tiessé, historian and art historian, researcher at the CNRS (UMR 8171 IMAF), Paris
Marie-Laure Derat, historian, researcher at the CNRS (UMR 8171 IMAF), Paris
Deresse Ayenachew, historian, assistant professor at Debre Berhan University
Eloi Ficquet, anthropologist, assistant professor at the EHESS (CéSor), Paris
Iwona Gajda, epigraphist, researcher at the CNRS (UMR 8167 « Orient & Méditerranée), Paris
Manfred Kropp, historian and philologist, professor emeritus atMainz University
Joséphine Lesur, zooarchaeologist, associate researcher of the CFEE, assistant professor at the Muséum national d’histoire naturelle (UMR Archéozoologie, archéobotanique), Paris
Thomas Osmond, anthropologist, associate researcher of the CFEE, assistant professor at Addis Ababa University
Alula Pankhurst, sociologist, associate professor at Addis Ababa University
David Phillipson, archaeologist, professor emeritus at the University of Cambridge
Sabine Planel, geographer, researcher at the IRD (UMR 8171 IMAF), Paris
Christian Robin, archaeologist, emeritus professor at the CNRS (UMR 8167 « Orient & Méditerranée), Paris
Bernard Roussel, ethno-botanist, retired professor of the Muséum national d’histoire naturelle, Paris
Shiferaw Bekele, historian, professor at Addis Ababa University
Wolbert Smidt, historian, associate researcher of the CFEE, assistant professor at Mekelle University
Anaïs Wion, historian, c researcher at the CNRS (UMR 8171 IMAF), Ivry-sur-Seine
Highscientific committee: 
Ahmed Hassan Omer, historian, director of the Institute of Ethiopian Studies, Addis Ababa University
Francis Anfray, archaeologist, previous director of the Ethiopian Instituteof Archaeology
Henri de Contenson, archaeologist, previous director of the Mission française d’Archéologie
Yonas Desta, director of the Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Addis Ababa
François-Xavier Fauvelle, historian, director of the UMR TRACES, previous director of the CFEE, Toulouse
Roger Joussaume, archaeologist, professor emeritus at the CNRS
Bertrand Hirsch, historian, professor at Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne (UMR 8171 IMAF), previous director of the CFEE, Paris
Gérard Prunier, historian and retired researcher in Political Sciences at the CNRS (UMR 8171 IMAF), previous director of the CFEE, Paris
Mamitu Yilma, head of exhibitions at the Authority for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage, Addis Ababa
Yonas Beyene, archaeologist, expert of the Association for Research and Conservation of Cultural Heritage and associate researcher of the CFEE, Addis Ababa