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Studi Storici is one of the most excellent journals on History in Italy. It has been ideated within the “Fondazione Istituto Gramsci” and it remains faithful to the historiographic tradition developed among the post-fascism scholars and attentive to the popular social matters. Gastone Manacorda has been the first editor in chief of this review (and the issue 3-4 2003 was dedicated to him). After him, other famous names entered the review’s editorial staff: Franco de Felice, Franco della Peruta, Giuliano Procacci, Ernesto Ragionieri, Mario Mazza, Gabriele Turi, Rosario Villari, Renato Zangheri. Studi Storici has been edited by Francesco Barbagallo since 1988, with an editorial staff and a scientific advisory board growing continuously. The main themes during its history have been: the creation of the Italian State, from the process of national unification to the fascist regime, to the second post-war period; the great Italian and international economical changes; the history of working class movement and socialism, with regards to both the history of their concept (with attention given to the figure of Antonio Gramsci) and the historical reconstruction of parties and movements in Italy, Eastern Europe and Sovietic Union.
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