Founded in 1983, Annali d’Italianistica has become synonymous with timely and fundamental scholarship on Italy’s literary culture, employing broad historical, cultural, and literary perspectives that are of interest to a wide variety of scholars. Published annually and monographic in nature, the journal uses as its point of departure the study of Italian literature and the Humanities more generally to foster scholarly excellence at all levels. Annali d’Italianistica is receptive to a variety of topics, critical approaches, and theoretical perspectives that cross disciplinary boundaries and span several centuries, from the beginning of Italy’s cultural history to the present.
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The international editorial board of the journal welcomes proposals, submitted jointly by two or three scholars, on important topics that may be investigated from diverse and interdisciplinary perspectives and cut across several centuries, from the beginning of Italy’s cultural history to the present. Each year’s topic is announced at least two years ahead of time, and contributions are welcome. All essays are read and evaluated by two specialists and approved by the Editor-in-chief. Please address all correspondence to the editor: Dino Cervigni, Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.