Journals

  • TRIBELON Journal of Architectural Studies, Identity, Memory and Digitization of Cultural Heritage

    TRIBELON Journal of Architectural Studies, Identity, Memory and Digitization of Cultural Heritage  is the new, official journal of the Drawing area of the University of Florence. It offers a critical space of debate for the different paths of enquiry within the national and international panorama of science of representation. It aims at bringing together care for contemporaneity, a dialogue with tradition, and attention to possible futures. 

    The Journal intends to promote a close confrontation with theoretical  perspectives  of the science of drawing, architectonical survey and representation, while maintaining and enhancing the specificity of the applied approach to drawing and digital databases issues for visual comunication (read more about our Aims & Scope).

    TRIBELON Journal of Architectural Studies, Identity, Memory and Digitization of Cultural Heritage” is committed to the very highest standards of peer review, and publishes academically rigorous and original works in several languages (English, Italian, French, German and Spanish).  It is published twice a year, available in open access and in print.



  • ASIAC – Studies on Central Asia and the Caucasus (SCC)

    The journal was established as the official publication of ASIAC, the Italian Association for Studies on Central Asia and the Caucasus, which has become a landmark organisation for area studies on Central Asia and the Caucasus in Italy and beyond. The aim of the journal is to contribute to the international academic literature and main research trends developed by international scholars interested in these areas, as well as to become a reference publication for the academic debate on the two regions. The journal is also the first academic journal in Italy specifically dedicated to studies on Central Asia and the Caucasus. 



  • La Diana

    LA DIANA is the journal of the School of Specialization in Art History of the University of Siena (SSBSA), now in a new online edition. A space for discussion of the research work carried out by the School, it is open to contributions of Italian and international scholars interested in sharing the results of their investigations in a transgenerational perspective.

    LA DIANA supports and promotes different views on contemporary practices of art history, within a special attention to the contexts of production and reception of artworks and to the history of culture and ideas.

    Editor-in-Chief

    Prof. Davide Lacagnina, University of Siena, Italy

    Autorizzazione del Tribunale di Siena | Registro dei Periodici n. 4 del 26/02/2021, Direttore responsabile Sara Lilliu

    ISSN: 2784-9597


    The Call for Papers is out now and submissions can be handed in till October 31, 2024. 
    All information are in the Call for Papers Section

  • Archivio per l'Antropologia e la Etnologia

    Archivio per l’Antropologia e la Etnologia is the official Journal of the Società Italiana di Antropologia e Etnologia (SIAE). The Archivio has been continuously published since its founding in 1871 as the first scientific journal wholly dedicated to anthropology. The journal publishes original contributions, which are rigorously peer-reviewed. Papers are accepted for publication in several languages, including English, Italian, French, and Spanish. The journal offers a critical space for the diffusion and discussion of anthropological research within a multidisciplinary framework, as envisioned by the founder of the journal Paolo Mantegazza. Topics range over the entire gamma of anthropological disciplines, including biological anthropology, paleontology, archaeology and prehistory, cultural anthropology, ethnology, museology, and linguistics. 

  • Fashion Highlight

    Fashion Highlight journal aims to build an interdisciplinary space to share research experiences in the fashion area.  Studies and practices developed in the fashion system play a crucial role in understanding emerging instances since they concern the interpretation of how society expresses, communicates, and gets organized.
    Fashion deals with the sphere of Humanities as well as technologies, configuring a research sector characterized by a strong interdisciplinarity. Within these peculiarities, the research experiences on fashion connect a variety of values that span fluidly across different domains.

    CALL FOR PAPERS | #3 (UN)CONSUMING FASHION CONSUMPTION
    Guest Editors: Valeria M. Iannilli e Alessandra Spagnoli, Politecnico di Milano

    Fashion Highlight
    ISSN: 2975-0466 [Online]

  • infermieristica journal

    “Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.” (Marie Curie)

    infermieristica journal (ij) is an international peer-reviewed scientific journal that promotes the development and exchange of knowledge relevant to nursing research and practice. ij supports evidence-based clinical practice, encourages, and promotes critical debate about the art and science of nursing. The journal particularly welcomes studies that aim to evaluate and understand complex health care interventions and health policies, and which employ the most rigorous designs and methods appropriate for the research question of interest. The journal also seeks to advance the quality of research by publishing methodological papers introducing or elaborating on analytic techniques, measures, and research methods. The journal publishes original peer-reviewed articles of interest to the international health care community.

    infermieristica journal (ij) was born from the necessity to promote a scientific and popular path, different from all that is currently present in the Italian panorama, with the intention of feeding nursing science in an original and identifying way and at the same time to open its doors to young researchers. infermieristica journal publishes articles of professional interest covering all topics of nursing science. The aim of the journal is to promote excellence, improve clinical practice and encourage debate about patient care and nursing.

    infermieristica journal (ij) is an open access journal available to everyone, free and independent. It is in English language. It is possible to order a printed version of the journal in a limited edition, a project financed directly by readers through a crowfunding campaign. With these contributions we support the production costs and we fund scientific and divulgative projects. The journal is published by the editorial group "infermieristica Editore” in collaboration with Firenze University Press, publisher of the University of Florence. The editorial policies of ij include:

    • Rapid initial screening for suitability and editorial interest;
    • Highly efficient editorial processes: average time from submission to first decision of 2 months;
    • Just Accepted Manuscript: the article is published online soon after its acceptance;
    • Indexed of journal in scientific databases.

    infermieristica journal (ij) was born from an international team of nurses from different areas of the nursing profession. Its international outlook provides an appropriate space for the diffusion and exchange of research outcomes, experiences, and ideas. ij supports the interdisciplinary interaction of specialists in different health care areas, which is essential for a better understanding of different settings. The nursing journal audience consists in nurses, educators, administrators, and researchers in all areas of nursing and care sciences.

    Editorial Office Contact Information

    Editorial Office of infermieristica journal, e-mail: info@infermieristicaj.it. For technical help or questions not covered by the “Guide for authors” document, please email info@infermieristicaj.it.

  • La Nuova Giuridica

    La Nuova Giuridica – Florence Law Review is a student-run law journal, committed to cultivating debate and understanding on a wide-range of legal issues.

    The hope is that the Journal serve as a reference for innovative legal scholarship, bringing together the work of scholars, legal practitioners, and students. Student work is of particular interest. The Journal will publish student thesis work, which has gone through double-blind peer review, in each edition, according to its editorial programming. In thinking critically about the legal issues of today, the Journal will also address the historical context that informs contemporary legal issues.

     
    Editor-in-Chief:
    Prof. Chiara Cudia, Università di Firenze, Italy
     
  • Quaderni Culturali IILA

    Quaderni Culturali IILA is a freely available international magazine founded by the Cultural Secretary of IILA - Italo-Latin American Organization (international organization, of which Italy and twenty Latin American countries are members) in 2018. The magazine offers thematic issues and is published annually with contributions in Spanish, Italian, Portuguese, and English.

    Quaderni Culturali IILA publishes studies and analyses of the arts and different Latin American cultures. The journal aims to promote intellectual discussion and critically innovative subjects and methodologies from a  interdisciplinary point of view.

    Quaderni Culturali IILA - ONLINE ISSN 2785-5031

    Editor in Chief - Jaime Nualart Sánchez,  IILA Cultural Secretary


    Call for Papers "Critical views on Latin American comic strips"

    The Cultural Secretariat of the IILA - International Italo-Latin American Organisation, opens the call for participation in the 5th issue of the journal "Quaderni Culturali IILA" - 2023.

    Latin American comic strips, as an object of study, had a slow entry into foreign universities and even more so in Latin American ones, undervaluing their cultural impact and the potential of their language. However, in recent years, this has begun to be reversed through the organisation of congresses and seminars, the emergence of specialised groups and journals, as well as the creation of chairs dedicated to their study. In these instances, the establishment and expansion of the canon has been discussed, as well as the status of the comic strip in the academic sphere, taking into account the tensions that arise when approaching it critically.

    For this reason, the new issue of the journal "Quaderni Culturali IILA" will aim to focus on Latin American comic strips, considering their various artistic, cultural and political manifestations.

    Deadline for Submission of Articles: June 15, 2023

    Download here the PDF of the Call (ESP | ITA | ENG | POR | FRA) or visit our Call for Papers webpage


     

  • Rivista Italiana di Filosofia Politica

    Rivista Italiana di Filosofia Politica is the new, official journal of the Italian Society of Political Philosophy (SIFP). It offers a critical space of debate for the different paths of enquiry within the national and international panorama of political philosophy. It aims at bringing together care for contemporaneity, a dialogue with tradition, and attention to possible futures. 

    The Journal intends to promote a close confrontation with other theoretical perspectives (social, juridical, economic, political sciences, etc.) while maintaining and enhancing the specificity of the philosophical approach to political issues (read more about our Aims & Scope).

    “Rivista Italiana di Filosofia Politica” is committed to the very highest standards of peer review, and publishes academically rigorous and original works in several languages (English, Italian, French, German and Spanish).  It is published twice a year, available in open access and in print.

  • Italian Journal of Agrometeorology

    The Italian Journal of Agrometeorology  publishes English written original papers about agrometeorology, that is the science which studies the interactions between meteorological, hydrological factors and the agro-forest ecosystem and with agriculture, including all the related themes: herbaceous and arboreal species ecophysiology, crop phenology, phytopathology, entomology, soil physics and hydrology, micrometeorology, crop modelling, remote-sensing, landscape planning, geo-graphical in-formation system and spatialization techniques, instru-mentation for physical and biological measurements, data validation techni-ques, agroclimatology, animal biometeorology, diffusion of information and support services for farmers.
  • Caryologia

    Caryologia is devoted to the publication of original papers, and occasionally of reviews, about plant, animal and human karyological, cytological, cytogenetic, embryological, and ultrastructural studies. Articles about the structure, the organization, and the biological events relating to DNA and chromatin organization in eukaryotic cells are considered. Caryologia has a strong tradition in plant and animal cytosystematics and in cytotoxicology. Bioinformatics articles may be considered, but only if they have an emphasis on the relationship between the nucleus and cytoplasm and/or the structural organization of the eukaryotic cell.  Articles about other aspects of molecular genetics might be considered if related to the concepts of species boundary, delimitations, and phylogenetic position.

  • Asia Anteriore Antica. Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Cultures

    Asia Anteriore Antica (AsiAnA) is an open access peer-reviewed international journal on ancient Near Eastern Cultures that aims to offer a handy tool of scholarly information in different fields (Archaeology, Archaeometry, Epigraphy, History, Philology), with a dedicated attention to interdisciplinary research, new approaches and methodological advances.

    The journal publishes original contributions (full-length papers, reviews, short notes and open questions’ debates) in Italian, English, French, German; special issues on relevant topics are also considered for publication.

  • Substantia

    Substantia. An International Journal of the History of Chemistry is a open access peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to the history of Chemistry and edited by the University of Florence. Topics of interest include traditional and innovative perspectives in the development of Chemistry. Fundamentals and implications of chemical theories and related sciences, interdisciplinary works (highlighting the interconnections between Chemistry, other scientific disciplines, arts, technology, social and human sciences), contributions from unpublished sources are welcome. The journal is published open access and offers top quality original full papers, essays, experimental works, reviews, biographies and dissemination manuscripts. All contributions are in English.

    Editor-in-Chief
    Pierandrea Lo Nostro, Università degli Studi di Firenze, Italy
     
    eISSN: 2532-3997

    HIST-Substantia Outstanding Paper Award

    The History of Chemistry (HIST) Division of the American Chemical Society and Substantia, edited by the Department of Chemistry of the University of Florence, launch a new "HIST-Substantia Outstanding Paper Award" to award the best history paper published in the journal. This annual award consists in a prize of 500 € that will be paid to the corresponding author of the paper.

    Click here for more information.

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    Recently the Content Selection & Advisory Board (CSAB) approved our application for indexing Substantia in Scopus.

    FUP and Substantia teams are proud of this result and wish to share this announcement with the authors, readers, editors and reviewers of the journal. With their contributions we achieved this remarkable goal.