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- The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines.
Monographic collection of papers dedicated to the in-depth study of a specific topic; it is published occasionally alongside the ordinary sections of the journal. It preferably includes cutting-edge content, and may contain theoretical writings, scientific investigation reports and case studies.
Extensive essays, including interdisciplinary ones, written by one or more authors, on specific topics, preferably based on unpublished documentary research or on an original critical rereading of previous literature. They are peer reviewed.
News and Research Notes
Short essays, even interdisciplinary, written by one or more authors, suitable for the development of knowledge on a specific issue, on a character, on an event and so on; they can present research projects or first reports of research work still in progress and are subjected to peer review.
Reviews and Records
edited by Anna Giulia Cavagna and Paolo Tinti
Reviews and reports on recent editorial production, published in the last three years, both in Italy and abroad. The texts are read and validated by at least two members of the scientific board, or by an expert in the subject dealt with in the text.
Arts of Books
edited by Barbara Sghiavetta
Critical writings, reviewed by at least two members of the scientific board, on topical issues, on cultural debates, on experiences of promotion in libraries, archives, museums and other cultural institutions, focused on the relationship between books and the arts.
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