Filologie medievali e moderne

Topic: Philologies  

  • ISSN 2610-945X
  • e-ISSN 2610-9441
  • Language it, en
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  • ANCE E234816
Aims & Scope
The series is currently divided into Serie occidentale and Serie orientale, which will gather research of philological nature (critical editions, monographs, researches on printed and manuscript traditions, methodological essays, proceedings of seminars and conferences); its primary goal is to be the ‘place’ of exchange and of intellectual collaboration among scholars of the Western and Eastern traditions: first of all, those who work in the University, but also, and with particular attention, the external ones. Texts written in the main languages of modern cultures will be welcomed; special attention will be devoted to testing of computer critical editions.
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Insights on Public Humanities

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Eugenio Burgio    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia     ORCID iD

Franz Fischer    Università Ca’ Foscari Venezia, Italia     ORCID iD

Marco Sartor    Università di Parma, Italia     ORCID iD


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