Publishers: Breno Bringel (IESP-UERJ) e Charles Pessanha (UFRJ)
Published uninterrupted since 1966, Dados – Revista de Ciências Sociais announces unpublished and innovative works, coming from academic research, from brazilian and foreign authors. With a quarterly frequency since 1981, it is part of the first group of eleven journals that in 1996 were part of the SciELO – Science Eletronic Library Online, the most important vehicle of brazilian science, and it was the first journal of Human Sciences to be part of the project .
Phone: 21 2266-8300
Publishers: José Ricardo Ramalho (IFCS-UFRJ) and Adalberto Cardoso (IESP-UERJ)
The Latin American Journal of Labor Studies (RELET) is a biannual publication of the Latin American Association of Labor Studies (ALAST), published in Castilian, Portuguese, French and English. RELET is a scientific journal, thematic and interdisciplinary, whose main objective is to stimulate academic debate in the field of work studies. The editors of RELET are elected by the ALAST Assembly in their triennial congresses.
Cadernos de Estudos Sociales e Politicos is a journal created by the Forum of Students of the Institute of Social and Political Studies (IESP-UERJ). The journal aims to continue the work carried out by Cadernos de Sociologia e Política magazine linked to the former IUPERJ. In 2010, all IUPERJ students constructed a movement to guarantee the survival of the postgraduate programs in Sociology and Political Science, transferring to the IESP. Thus, although it is formally a new journal, it will preserve the tradition of debate and academic excellence of the last 10 years.
Phone: 21 2266-8300
Publisher: Christian Edward Cyril Lynch (IESP-UERJ)
Over a decade, Insight Intelligence has established itself as one of the country’s most influential and prestigious publishing projects. Edited by political scientist Wanderley Guilherme dos Santos and currently by Christian Edward Cyril Lynch, the publication has become a captive space for the permanent confrontation between different political and economic thoughts. Through a text that fluctuates between journalistic language and academic rigor, his articles, researches and testimonies reflect the most pulsating in the Brazilian intellectual elite.
Publishers: Breno Bringel (IESP-UERJ) and Geoffrey Pleyers (CADIS-EHESS e University of Louvain, Bélgica)
openMovements is a new publication of the openDemocracy project (https://www.opendemocracy.net/), platform of sociopolitical analysis worldwide known. Created in 2001, openDemocracy publishes an average of 60 articles / week and has a large audience in England, the United States, Canada, Australia, India, Germany and France.
OpenMovements, published by the Research Committee on Social Classes and Social Movements (RC47) of the International Sociological Association, with the support of IESP-UERJ and the Collège d’études Mondiales of the Fondation Maison des Sciences de l’Homme of Paris, openMovements seeks to analyze movements social and new expressions of social, political and cultural transformation with a global scope.