Les Cahiers Caribeens d'Egyptologie

For long, the Cahiers Caribeens d'Egyptologie (CCdE) have been a joint yearly publication, in a paper form, of the University of Antilles Guyane (France), of the University of Yaounde (Cameroon) and of the University of Barcelona (Spain). Since 2010, they are published by a research group named The Ankhou :

point Alain Anselin, founder of the ancient Egyptian lesson at the University of Antilles-Guyane, is the redactor in chief as well as the editor of this journal since its creation in 2000 ;

point the Lecture Commitee is made up with 16 researchers : Hartwig Altenmüller (University of Hamburg), Alain Anselin (University of Antilles-Guyane), Nagwa Mohamed Arafa (University of Helwan), Marcelo Campagno (University of Buenos Aires), Karen Exell (past curator of the Manchester Museum), Karine Gadré (Culture Diff'), Jean-Philippe Gourdine (Emory University, Atlanta), Stan Hendrickx (Provinciale Hogeschool Limburg, Hasselt), Augustin Holl (Anthropology Department, Paris Ouest La Défense), Shomarka Keita (Howard University, National Human Genome Center, Washington), Mpay Kemboly (Faculté de Philosophie Saint-Pierre de Casinius, Kimwenza-Kinshasa & Bumuntu Peace Institute), Jean-Loic Le Quellec (CNRS, Paris / Johannesburg), Pierre Oum Ndigi (University of Yaounde I), Olivier Pulvar (University of Antilles-Guyane), Fabrice Silpa (University of Antilles-Guyane) and Adel Zine Al-Abedine (University of Tanta).

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CCdE 17        CCdE 16        CCdE 15        CCdE 13-14
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CCdE 12        CCdE 11        CCdE 10        CCdE 9
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CCdE 7-8        CCdE 6        CCdE 5        CCdE 3-4
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CCdE 2        CCdE 1