Calenda, the humanities and social sciences calendar
Calenda is an Open Access online announcement service in the humanities and social sciences. It informs students, lecturers and researchers alike of the current state of research. It is enriched by users' suggestions.
A calendar enriched by the academic commnunity
Since 2000, Calenda has provided an overview of the humanities and social sciences in France and abroad. Following the model of appropriation, the scientific community itself enriches the platform by submitting announcements via an online form. It is then up to the editorial team to decide of the the scientific relevance of the announcement. All announcements are permanently archived and remain accessible at the same address.
Calenda primarily publishes detailed announcements for colloquiums, seminars, lecture series and study days as well as job and scholarship offers, calls for tender and calls for academic events or journal papers. However, Calenda is not intended to announce publications, isolated lectures or events related to scientific popularization, commemoration and politics.
- Submit an announcement to Calenda
Calenda's academic committee
The academic committee defines the scope of scientific news covered by Calenda and ensure compliance with it. He is consulted in case of doubt or dispute on a submission. It also defines the new developments of the calendar. It is chaired by Natalie Petiteau, professor of contemporary history at the Université d'Avignon.
Calenda's editorial team
Calenda's editorial team is in charge of the validation, the edition and the publication of the announcements, as well as the maintenance and the evolution of the platform.
- Delphine Cavallo – Cléo (Marseilles, France)
- Validation team:
- Rémi Boivin – Cléo (Marseille, France)
- Luigia Parlati – Cléo (Marseilles, France)
- Marie Pellen – Cléo (Lisbon, Portugal)
- Elsa Zotian – Cléo (Marseilles, France)
- Contact email: email@example.com
Calenda is developed by the Centre for open electronic publishing (Cléo-UMS 3287): http://cleo.cnrs.fr.
It is supported by the Université Aix-Marseille, the Centre National de la Recherche scientifique (CNRS), the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (EHESS) and the Université d'Avignon. It is part of the Bibliothèque scientifique numérique (BSN).