They can adopt all possible forms, from the classical scientific article to the set of multimedia documents. The journal is particularly interested in exploring the possibilities of electronic publishing for research in the humanities and social sciences.
They are evaluated anonymously by members of the editorial and reading committee, or outside specialists.
No constraint of form or length applies a priori, the only criterion of evaluation being the interest, the relevance and the quality.
Transatlantica consists, depending on the deliveries:
- several thematic files , offering an opportunity for publication to work that does not fit directly into a single topic of review (“bundled” proposals are encouraged);
- a Varia rubric that usually includes short texts, notes, criticisms, remarks on objects, events, etc. ;
- a heading Mood , as its name indicates? ;
- a works section to publish quality fragments from student work, master’s or DEA (chapters, synthesized memory);
- a section on Tools proposing either methodological and practical information (which may range from literary or economic theory to documentation questions) or bibliographies;
- a Teaching section that publishes articles on the implementation of texts, documents, or more theoretical remarks on this or that aspect of the teaching of literature, art, history, textbook reviews and lesson plans (syllabi);
- from a section Reports .