The journal Sociétés plurielles/Plural Societies—created in 2017—covers all fields of study concerned with the plural in society and strongly supports interdisciplinary approaches. It was born out of the interdisciplinary programme of the same name (2014-2018) which brought together teacher-researchers in the humanities and social sciences from nearly twenty laboratories of the academic consortium Sorbonne-Paris-Cité.

The aim of the journal is to promote work on the challenges of diversity, the politics of pluralism and crisis management.
Work on the historical dimension of plural societies is strongly encouraged.

Similarly, the journal encourages the publication of research results in forms other than text: images, video productions, etc.
It publishes original articles, in French, English, Spanish, German or Italian, not simultaneously submitted to other journals, after selection by the members of its international scientific committee (peer review).