MDCCC 1800

Aims & Scope
The journal MDCCC 1800, founded by Martina Frank, Elena Catra, Isabella Collavizza, Myriam Pilutti Namer e Letizia Tasso, originates from the desire to create a place for international debate capable of responding to the renewed interest for the artistic culture of the nineteenth century. Starting from the most recent contributions on Venice, which in recent years have gradually increased gaining a significant interpretative opening, the journal aims to expand the field of studies in an interdisciplinary perspective considering the plots and the relationships between shapes art in the macroscopic framework of the European nineteenth century. The journal is conceived with annual pubblication scheduled for July.
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