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New periodical: Women Language Literature in Italy

Thursday, December 21, 2017   (0 Comments)

Dear Colleagues,

I would like to draw your attention to a new peer-reviewed journal in the field of Italian Studies: Women Language Literature in Italy/Donne Lingua Letteratura in Italia is dedicated entirely to women, language, and literature in Italy, across centuries – from the Middle Ages to the present.

This interdisciplinary journal welcomes contributions from researchers working across historical periods and across subjects related to women's studies. It brings together specialists from across disciplines and transcends boundaries that too often separate literary historians, historians, historians of culture, and historians of language, and seeks to create an effective platform for discussion and exchange.

For further details, see: http://www.libraweb.net/promoriv.php?chiave=139 As well as: http://www.libraweb.net/Documenti/Presentazione_WoLL.pdf

Women Language Literature in Italy/Donne Lingua Letteratura in Italia publishes articles mainly in Italian, English, and French (but submissions in other languages might also be considered) that examine women in relation to literature, language, and educational issues in Italy, the representation of women and the interpretation of their nature and role within these fields by both male and female authors, as well as short editions of texts for and about women (e.g. conduct literature texts; texts on education), composed by male and female authors.

Women Language Literature in Italy/Donne Lingua Letteratura in Italia has one annual issue and is published by the Italian publisher Fabrizio Serra. The journal is double-blind peer reviewed. The first issue of the journal will be published in 2018. For more information, and to submit a contribution for the next issues, please contact the General editor, Dr Helena Sanson (Clare College, University of Cambridge): hls37@cam.ac.uk

Thank you very much, and best wishes,
Helena Sanson


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