The review of the Société d'Ethnologie française.
Ethnologie Française analyses how our culture is shaped by current social issues. First published in 1971, its original focus was on French culture, but it has since broadened its vision to the whole of Europe, especially in issues with articles by international authors.
The review explores our understanding of how we relate to our world. By setting field studies in perspective, it tests the tools we use to discuss modern day society. It reviews recent publications with a particular interest in the challenges presented by historical, philosophical and linguistic studies.