Mondo contemporaneo adheres to a rigorous double-blind reviewing policy and publishes articles which are new in content and interpretation and make a fresh contribution to the knowledge of 20th century history. However, our concept of "contemporary" is elastic and selective, so we do not rule out publication of articles dedicated to the end of the 19th century if they shed light on problems which are still relevant for what might be deemed the civilization of our times. The journal has an Editorial Advisory Board, comprising a group of qualified Italian historians, which calls on relevant participation from international scholars. In line with the journal's comparative approach, it is open to the international community of historians and publishes articles on historical debates taking place in different countries. And rather than favouring any preordained historical thesis, it focuses particular attention on the work of the historian and on a discussion of his/her methods, sources, and documents. It publishes articles that exceed the generally allowed 8,000/10,000 word limit. Special attention is paid to debates, bibliographical studies and book reviews. One section, "Laboratorio" (Workshop), is dedicated to the tools of the historians’ trade.
General Editor: Renato Moro, Mario Toscano Scientific board:Elena Aga Rossi (Università de L’Aquila), Casey Blake (Columbia University New York), H. James Burgwyn (West Chester University of Pennsylvania), Alberto Cavaglion (Università di Firenze), Marina Cattaruzza (Universität Bern), Pietro Cavallo (Università di Salerno), Uoldelul Chelati Dirar (Università di Macerata), François Cochet (Centre de Recherche Universitaire Lorrain d’Histoire, CRULH), Simona Colarizi (Sapienza Università di Roma), Giuliana Di Febo (Università Roma Tre), Richard Drake (University of Montana), Daniele Fiorentino (Università Roma Tre), Anna Foa (Sapienza Università di Roma), Philippe Foro (Université Toulouse Jean Jaurès), Luigi Goglia (Università Roma Tre), Pasquale Iaccio (Università di Salerno), Oliver Janz (Freie Universität Berlin), Santos Juliá Díaz (Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia Madrid), Lutz Klinkhammer (Deutsches Historisches Institut in Rom), Daniele Menozzi (Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa), Fortunato Minniti (Università Roma Tre), Carme Molinero (Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona), Enrique Moradiellos Garcia (Universidad de Exstremadura), Leopoldo Nuti (Università Roma Tre), Giovanni Sabbatucci (Sapienza Università di Roma), Maurizio Serra (ambasciatore), Francesca Sofia (Università di Bologna), Alessandra Staderini (Università di Firenze), Luciano Zani (Sapienza Università di Roma), Vladislav M. Zubok (London School of Economics and Political Science, LSE) Editors:Anna Scarantino (coordinatrice), Paolo Acanfora, Donatello Aramini, Andrea Argenio, Stefania Bartoloni, Emanuele Bernardi, Claudio Brillanti, Giovanni Mario Ceci, Laura Ciglioni, Marco De Nicolò, Michele Di Donato, Laura Fasanaro, Guido Panvini, Alessio Ponzio, Alessandra Tarquini, Ermanno Taviani, Alessandro Volterra, Maurizio Zinni
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