Journals

  • Rivista Italiana di Filosofia Politica

    The “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 a solid entrenchment in contemporaneity, a dialogue with the tradition, attention to possible futures (read more about our Aims & Scope).


    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.


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


     


    ! WORK IN PROGRESS: PLEASE NOTE THAT THE FINAL VERSION OF THE RIFP WEBSITE IS FORTHCOMING !

  • 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.  

  • 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.

  • Bollettino della Società Geografica Italiana

    The oldest journal of geography in Italy and one of the oldest in the world, the “Bollettino della Società Geografica italiana” was founded in 1868. Since then it has been publishing high impact papers on a regular basis, targeting an international audience. It is guided by an Advisory Board and an Editorial Board whose members address the discipline according to a wide variety of approaches and research interests. Dealing with human, cultural, social and environmental geography, the “Bollettino della Società Geografica italiana” publishes original papers focusing on a wide set of geographic topics, contributions to the scholarly debate, news and reviews, from several theoretical and methodological perspectives, on large-scale investigation. All the essays are double blind peer-reviewed to uphold their scholarly originality and quality.

  • Substantia

    Substantia 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.