Bollettino di Italianistica
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Bollettino is a humble title that brings back to the nineteenth-century and that has been conserved from the previous series of the periodical as it refers to the non exhibitionist patience in a well documented and precise research. This scientific literary review is, above all, the expression of the intellectual scholars in the “Dipartimento di scienze documentarie, linguistico-filologiche e geografiche” in La Sapienza University of Rome, and it boasts the involvement of foreigner experts of Italian studies such as Zygmunt Baranski, David Forgàcs, Gilles Pécout and Jean Charles Vegliante. From the origins to the present and towards the future, the extent of the chronological spectrum is equivalent to the variety of thematic and methodological interests: the strong and more traditional disciplinary competences are mixed with a range of interests and methods, and this permits to explore the most various directions or deeps, from literature and culture sociology to mass communication, comparative and gender literature.
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