Editor: France Marchal-Ninosque (Catherine Chedeau, deputy)
The collection Annales littéraires bears the same name as the service created by the faculty of literature and humanities at the University of Besançon. This collection presents a rich catalog and is structured around about 15 series, 4 of which being periodicals, supported by research teams largely covering the sectors of humanities and social sciences.
Editor: Antonio Gonzales
The Institut des sciences et techniques de l'Antiquité (ISTA) has created its own multithematic collection (slavery and dependence, religions, technology, cultures and societies, philology, literature, archeology) reflecting its research orientations. The collection publishes and disseminates work by French and international scholars. Its editorial board includes the director of the research unit, the coordinators of each field of research, and the editorial coordinator. Books proposed for publication are reviewed by the committee and sent to a minimum of two experts for scholarly peer review.
Editor: Philippe Barral
- Territorial dynamics
- Standards, Practices and Knowledge
- Archives, databases and corpus
- Humanity and environment
- Behaviours, risks, health
They are completed by two new thematic series:
- Archives of the social imagination
- Land and agricultural standards and practices around the world
Editor: Martin Meyer
This collection aims to publish works of fundamental research, applied research, work-studies/action-researches (recherche-action) as well as synthetics works that attempt to spread the results. The themes relative to this collection are applicable for taught and practiced disciplines alike. The series « Practices and Techniques » addresses itself to teachers, professionals, and on a larger level every reader motivated by the developped themes and the application of the research.
Editor: Caroline Decoster
This published collection of scientific works, research instruments and both French and foreign judicial sources is intended for researchers, teachers and confirmed students. Its objective is not only to properly promote political and judicial works, but also those that analyze judicial phenomena in an introductory manner.
Editor: Sarah Carvallo
The collection publishes epistemological works on the various scientific disciplines (formal sciences, natural sciences, humanities and social sciences). It mainly hosts books on the philosophy of science, but also studies in the history or sociology of science with an epistemological dimension.
Editor: Jean-Paul Barrière
This section gathers the works edited by Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté whose themes do not correspond with those of currently existing collections, notably the series « Thesis » which publishes theses from the University of Franche-Comté distinguished by « Jeune docteur » prize.