Founded in 2008 by Fabrizio Desideri and Giovanni Matteucci, «Aisthesis. Pratiche, linguaggi e saperi dell’estetico» is a peer-reviewed Open Access Journal whose focal aim is to promote interdisciplinary and transcultural research and debate in Aesthetics and the arts. Transcending traditional subject boundaries and understanding the notion of "aesthetic" as a pervasive component of human cultures and life forms, Aisthesis innovatively integrates a major focus on the intersection between aesthetics and the contemporary sciences (biology, psychology, neurosciences) with an in-depth interest in the history of the discipline, its leading classics and great metaphysical questions.
The journal appears biannually, in spring and autumn, and welcomes insightful academic articles and timely book reviews. Each issue includes a thematic cluster and a miscellany; call for papers are regularly announced on the journal website. "Aisthesis" is indexed, among others, in The Philosopher's Index, SCOPUS, PhilPapers, Google Scholar, and WoS Clarivate.
Editor in Chief
Prof. Fabrizio Desideri, University of Florence, Italy
Annali di Storia di Firenze is the first journal ever entirely dedicated to offering a multidisciplinary perspective of the history of Florence publishing essays, articles and bibliographical documents trying to represent the complex interweaving of its millenary events. From 2011 the journal is available online and in printed version on request.
The Journal Comparative Cultural Studies, subtitled European and Latin American Perspectives, was born (founded) in 2016 within an IRSES - Horizon 2020 project of academic exchanges between European and Latin American universities in the field of social and humanistic disciplines (anthropology, sociology, linguistics, history, literature) for research and interpretation concerning issues including cultural diversity, gender, ethnicity and the role of communication and media in social phenomena. The Journal is a peer-reviewed free electronic publication. Articles are published in English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French.
Contesti. Città, territori, progetti
Contesti. Città, Territori, Progetti is the Journal of Regional and Urban Planning, studies and design of the Architecture Department of Florence University. The Journal, considering its editiorial structure and the quality of the contributions hosted, represents since many years a credited voice in the field of the urban and regional studies and of the related policies and practices of planning and design. The peculiar profile of the Journal particularly draws on its critical-reflexive approachand remarkable attention paid to the “thickenss” and relevance of the cross-disciplinary dialogue in the context of urbanism and planning as contribution that can feed and contour a wider “territory and urban sciences” theoretical and operational domain. Moreover, such an approach reflects with peculiar effectiveness, in the attention paid by the Journal to the opportunity to grasp with –either in interpretive/analytical and design terms- the complex “bundle” of interwined connections and feed-backs occourring between the current territorial transformative processes, underlying global change drivers entailing new challenges and social demands and the – material, socio-economic and cognitive – endowments that constitute the long-lasting “genetic pool” of -and for- the urban and territorial evolution. In this framework, through the different section – Essays, Researches, Readings - the Journal accounts for a plurality of topics and studies, research/action, policies, planning and design experiences with the aim to render in reflexive and critical terms the multifaceted complexity of the transformative processes that affects built environment and human settlements.
CROMOHS is a peer-reviewed, open-access electronic history journal published in English, and over the last two decades has established a solid reputation for scholarly rigour. With a marked international outlook, it aims to encourage methodological debate arising from original and creative dialogue between scholarly traditions, and to promote innovative approaches to archival research. CROMOHS acts as a focal point and forum for challenging and fresh scholarship on fourteenth- to nineteenth-century intellectual, social and cultural history in a global perspective. It seeks to move beyond a strictly regional and Eurocentric approach, with a preferential view towards histories of transcultural contacts and connections. Articles relating to Muslim societies (fourteenth-nineteenth centuries) are most welcome. More generally, CROMOHS strongly encourages contributions engaging with extra-European cultures and societies.
«Diciottesimo secolo» is the official international open access journal of the Società Italiana di Studi sul Secolo XVIII (SISSD). It is committed to hosting critical debates covering a full range of eighteenth century subjects: from literature to history, from law to religion, from philosophy to science, from anthropology to the fine arts, from linguistics to ethics, from theatre to music. It is also intended as an instrument for providing updated information about current Italian research in eighteenth-century studies. Published annually and double blind peer reviewed, the journal is divided into three sections: “Essays”, “Critical Notes” and “Reviews”.
Directed by Siro Ferrone and Stefano Mazzoni, the annual journal "Drammaturgia" is the continuation of the prestigious multidisciplinary journal founded in 1994 by Ferrone. The new series is available in open access. The journal investigates, from the ancient world to the present, from a historical-philological perspective, the intercultural dynamics and the differences between the literary crystallization of the theatre and the specific contexts and processes of production, as well as the historical and cultural differences.
The journal is completed by the quarterly telematic portal of current issues, active since 2001 (http://drammaturgia.fupress.net). Permanent scientific collaboration between "Drammaturgia" and AMAtI, Multimedia archive of Italian actors (http://amati.fupress.net).
Firenze Architettura (FA) is a peer-reviewed academic international journal published in Italian and in English on a biannual basis by DiDa, Dipartimento di Architettura, Università degli Studi di Firenze.
It focuses on the key issues of contemporary architecture design practice confronting the theoretical researches of the Florentine architecture school with those pursued by others Italian and European academies and with the work of important protagonists of the architectural debate.
Il Colle di Galileo is the "display window" for the initiatives promoted by the agreement "Il Colle di Galileo – Galileo's Hill" among the University of Florence, CNR, INAF and INFN.
It publishes articles, by invitation only, both in Italian and in English in order to describe the main activities in Physics research taking place in several Institutions in the Arcetri area. Namely: Department of Physics and Astronomy (UNIFI), Galileo Galilei Institute for Theoretical Physics (INFN and UNIFI), National Institute of Optics (CNR) and Astrophysical Observatory of Arcetri. These include scientific reports of events like international conferences and workshops and highlights on the main results obtained by the research of "Galileo's Hill" institutes.
The Italian Journal of Anatomy and Embryology, founded in 1901 by Giulio Chiarugi, Anatomist at Florence University, is a peer-reviewed journal sponsored by the Italian Society of Anatomy and Embryology.
The journal publishes original papers, invited review articles, historical article, commentaries, obituitary, and book reviews. Its main focus is to understand anatomy through an analysis of structure, function, development and evolution. Priority will be given to studies of that clearly articulate their relevance to the anatomical community. Focal areas include: experimental studies, contributions based on molecular and cell biology and on the application of modern imaging techniques; comparative functional morphology; developmental biology; functional human anatomy; methodological innovations in anatomical research; significant advances in anatomical education. Studies that are essentially descriptive anatomy are appropriate only if they communicate clearly a broader functional or evolutionary significance. All papers should be submitted in English and must be original works that are unpublished and not under consideration by another journal. An international Editorial Board and reviewers from the anatomical disciplines guarantee a rapid review of your paper within two to three weeks after submission.
Key words: anatomy, evolution, function, developmental biology, anatomical approaches, bioinformatics, molecular biology, cell biology,form and function, morphogenesis, pattern formation, organogenesis, brain, neural development, neurogenesis, nervous system, cardiac, vasculature, muscle, skeleton, skin, tissue repair, tissue engineering, regeneration, stem cells, cell-cell signaling, extracellular matrix, genetics, epigenetics, gene expression.
Editor in Chief: PROF. DOMENICO RIBATTI
The Italian Review of Agricultural Economics is issued with the collaboration between the CREA (Council for Agricultural Research and Economics) and SIDEA (Italian Association of Agricultural Economics).
REA is a scientific journal issued every four months and publishes articles of economics and policies relating to agriculture, forestry, environment, agro-food sector and rural sociology. The articles undergo a double-blind peer review.
Journal of Early Modern Studies (JEMS) is an open access peer-reviewed international journal that promotes interdisciplinary research and discussion on issues concerning all aspects of early modern European culture. It provides a platform for international scholarly debate through the publication of outstanding work over a wide disciplinary spectrum: literature, language, art, history, politics, sociology, religion and cultural studies. JEMS is open to a range of research perspectives and methodological orientations and encourages studies that develop understanding of the major problematic areas relating to the European Renaissance.
Donatella Pallotti curriculum
Paola Pugliatti curriculum
Dept. of Education, Languages, Interculture, Literatures and Psychology
University of Florence - Via Santa Reparata 93
50129 Florence - ITALY
LEA is a double-blind peer-reviewed international scholarly journal that publishes original research papers in all areas of literature and linguistics, with special emphasis on cross-cultural encounters and interdisciplinary exchanges. Authors are invited to contribute to one of the following sections:
1) “Scritture” is devoted to the specific theme illustrated in the yearly Call for Papers (see below).
2) “Studi e saggi” welcomes essays that are not related to the topic proposed in the Call for Papers.
3) “Condizioni di possibilità” illustrates ongoing research at the Department of Education, Languages, Intercultures, Literatures and Psychology of the University of Florence.
4) “Osservatorio” contains reviews, conference reports, and discussion of research projects.
Proposals must be submitted online before the following deadlines:
- Essays for the first three sections of the journal: May 8 of every year.
- Contributions for “Osservatorio”: June 30 of every year.
LEA is published once a year in December.
Since the discovery of electricity music and technology became strictly related, but even before that something kept these two disciplines together. The journal examines the various links and relations between the two trying to comprehend and explain the productive mechanism of music.
Solo dopo l’avvento dell’elettricità e delle sue applicazioni strumentali il rapporto fra musica e tecnologia è divenuto del tutto presente a coloro che operano nell’ambito musicale. Eppure la musica ha sempre avuto una dimensione tecnologica. Musica/Tecnologia tenta di esplorare questa dimensione, nella consapevolezza che i rapporti tra mondo musicale e mondo tecnologico spesso non sono lineari, bensì caratterizzati da sfasamenti cronologici e ambientali. L’urgenza a cui la rivista tenta di rispondere è quella di comprendere i meccanismi produttivi in cui la musica si inserisce, e di intraprendere una riflessione che consenta di non esserne inconsapevolmente sopraffatti.
Opus Incertum is the journal of history of architecture edited by Department of Architecture of the University of Florence. Founded in 2005, Opus Incertum aims to be a forum for the promotion and dissemination of research in the field of the history of architecture and the urban landscape. The aim is to offer new perspectives and new insights on general and specific topics related to the disciplinary field of the journal.
Phytopathologia Mediterranea is an international open-access, peer-reviewed journal edited by the Mediterranean Phytopathological Union. The journal deals with the main areas of plant pathology as epidemiology, control, biochemical and physiological aspects, application of molecular biology techniques, applied to fungi, bacteria, phytoplasmas, viruses, viroids, nematodes, etc. Special attention is given to phytopathological problems of the Mediterranean area. The journal includes 3 issues per year in which a review paper, original research papers, short notes and new disease reports are published. It also includes Book reviews of interest for Mediterranean phytopathologists. Papers are published in English. Phytopathologia Mediterranea is covered by CAB, BIOSIS, AGRIS, Chemical Abstracts, CSA, JSTORE.
Phytopathologia Mediterranea is printed with the financial support of the Ministero per i Beni Culturali, Roma, Italy.
The Rivista di Studi di Fotografia (RSF) is the six-monthly scientific peer-reviewed journal put out by the Società Italiana di Studi di Fotografia (SISF). It publishes articles on research and studies into photography, both historical and contemporary; articles on sources and the custodianship of photographs; reviews of books, events and exhibitions of particular importance to the development of study in this field. The scope of the journal is to gather together and promote the most up-to-date research on photography which is taking place both in Italy and abroad, with particular attention to the work of specialists in the field who introduce innovative approaches and share an interest in dialogue with other branches of knowledge.
Scienze del Territorio is the official journal of the Territorialist Society. The journal hosts pioneering studies pointed at enhancing territorial heritage, bringing back together the diverse meanings of places, frequently divided by confined institutional sciences and practices, and proposing transformation projects based on these guidelines.
As an identity code of its scientific method and action, the journal promotes forms of meeting and mediation among theoretical thought, technical and local knowledge. It hosts scientific articles as well as contributions from local communities and institutional actors who share this approach and experiment innovation projects and practices.
The journal is intended as an observatory on innovation practices and a place of theoretical reflection on them, providing infor-mation, conceptual and practical tools for active citizenship and institutions engaged in various forms of attention to care and government of territories as common goods. The aim is to foster experience exchange and knowledge dissemination and, in a wider perspective, to trigger continuing education and empowerment, by encouraging and strengthening ways of learning and self-learning which can be catalysed by readings.
Scrineum Rivista is an open access on-line journal founded in 2003 by a group of scholars of Diplomatics, Palaeography and Codicology belonging to several Italian Universities. Its scientific focus lies on the history of the written culture from the Antiquity to the Late Middle Ages and includes the history of the book, of documentation and of writing in the Greek East and the Latin West. An interdisciplinary approach to similar topics concerning Modern History and non-European cultures is promoted.
Scrineum Rivista publishes double-blind peer-reviewed original articles in the main languages of international scientific communication. It is a “class A journal” (Italian ANVUR classification) encouraging submissions by both well-established and young researchers.
SocietàMutamentoPolitica is a journal of sociology. It includes theoretical and empirical studies of social phenomena in the belief that the interweaving of society and politics is of crucial analytical importance. Sociology is a form of knowledge that works alongside other social sciences and offers a rational tool for a critique of society and for the development of good government. The main aim of SMPis to encourage an exchange of views among sociologists by promoting open debate and encouraging the young to undertake new research.
Studi irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies aims to promote and contribute to the interdisciplinary debate on themes and research issues pertaining to every aspect of Irish culture, in order to create a place for an international debate and high quality research on Irish literary studies, history, cultural perspectives and linguistic inquiry, from the Romantic Era to the present age. The aim of the publication is, therefore, to stimulate discussion on problematic aspects of Irish culture: history, politics, social environment, as well as literature and art. The journal will publish previously unpublished works, both in the original language and Italian translation, as well as interviews, reviews, reports and bibliographies of interest for Irish culture scholars. The journal will also publish research in progress focussing on recent developments rather than consolidated theories and hypotheses and openings rather than conclusions, and will encourage young scholars to publish the results of their - completed or partial - research, and take part in the international debate, both in traditional formats and digital media.
The journal is published in English and Italian.
Founded in 1998, Studi sulla Formazione aimed at those in the academic world who are dedicated to advancing the field of education through their research. Studi sulla Formazione provides a range of articles that speak to the major issues in education across all content areas and disciplines. The journal is published two times per year and edited through a rigorous double blind review process that utilizes a national and international editorial board and peer reviewers. SSF promotes to advance research in the field of education through a collection of quality, relevant, and advanced interdisciplinary articles.
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