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Braudel Internship

The journal Annales. Histoire, Sciences Sociales is accepting applications for the new Braudel Internship in collaboration with the American University of Paris and the Éditions de l’EHESS.

The Braudel Intern will integrate the journal's anglophone team, assisting with the editing of translated articles by leading social scientists and historians based in France and around the globe. They will work closely with editorial staff and the managing editors, attend meetings of the editorial board, and participate in the culture of an academic press.

17 hours per week for 6 months (possibility of renewal).
Based on the Campus Condorcet, Aubervilliers, just outside Paris.


• Assisting with the preparation of translated academic articles for publication in the English edition
• Revising and checking French-to-English translations against the original, suggesting reformulations where necessary
• Copyediting translated texts, harmonizing notes and references, and applying the journal’s stylesheet (based on the Chicago Manual of Style)
• Coordinating the different stages of revision and validation with authors and translators
• Participating in the checking of proofs (and potentially in the typesetting of articles, with the opportunity to attend training sessions on the production process if desired)

• Perfect fluency in English (first language or equivalent) with an excellent command of French
• Specialization in the humanities or social sciences
• Familiarity with the conventions and norms of English-language academic writing (especially the Chicago Manual of Style)
• An eye for detail and an excellent grasp of English grammar
• Ability to work independently and as part of a team
• Intellectual curiosity and organizational skills


To be eligible, candidates will need to be enrolled in a postgraducte study programme (master or PhD).

Please send a CV and motivational letter to annales@ehess.fr by February 25, 2024.

This is a remunerated internship (750-850 euros brut/month).

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La revue en ligne :

Cambridge Core


Bureaux A713, 715 et 717

2 Cours des Humanités

Campus Condorcet

93300 Aubervilliers