Cybergeo : Revue européenne de géographie

Cybergeo is the first fully open access web-based scientific journal in the social sciences.

Open to all themes and trends in geography and related disciplines, multilingual, free and open access, Cybergeo ensures a worldwide distribution of research whose quality is guaranteed by several international reading committees.

In 2020, the journal counted nearly 1000 articles published after peer review. The number of unsolicited submissions per year is 140 articles on average with a rejection rate of approximately 35%. The journal is indexed in numerous databases: DOAJ, Scopus, WOs Emerging Sources, Scirus, Francis, Google Scholar, London School of Economics, Oaister, JournalBase etc.

Cybergeo has more than 4000 subscribers on its Twitter account ( at ) RevueCybergeo. Since 2016, the magazine offers an informal discussion blog: Cybergeo Conversation.

L’Espace géographique

Founded in 1972 by Roger Brunet, L’Espace géographique is a quarterly journal published by Humensis. A journal of analysis and discussion devoted to geography, it maintains an international standard of quality thanks to an Editorial Board of 36 members and 32 French and foreign correspondents. From 2003 to 2016 the journal was directed by Marie-Claire Robic and Denise Pumain, then from 2016 to 2020 by Olivier Orain and Catherine Rhein, and since 2021 by Olivier Orain with the support of a four-person editorial board (Anne Bretagnolle, Françoise Dureau, Evelyne Mesclier, Olivier Milhaud).

Although administratively attached to the Géographie-cités laboratory, L’Espace géographique remains a national journal, broadly open to the French-speaking world and international through its centres of interest and networks.

L’Espace géographique’s design, layout and editing is provided by Anita Lau (espace.geographique ( at )
The journal is indexed in International Geographic Bibliography, Geoabstracts, and International Bibliography of the Social Sciences.

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L’Espace géographique celebrated its 40th anniversary in June 2012 and for this occasion, four posters were designed.