In 2019 the eighth series of «Critica d’Arte», one of the most long-lived magazines of art history in Italy, ended and the ninth one started. This transition is the consequence of important institutional events, happened in 2018. The end of the Florentine activity of the Università Internazionale dell’Arte, owner of the magazine and the transfer of a large part of its cultural and documentary heritage to the Fondazione Ragghianti led «Critica d’Arte» to the most general context of the cultural activity of the Lucca institution, founded in 1981 by Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti and Licia Collobi, and to them entitled.
The new series of the magazine, published in co-edition by the Edizioni Fondazione Ragghianti Studi sull’arte and the Editoriale Le Lettere, maintained the previous format, but introduced a partially different set-up and structure, also with the adoption of editorial rules and of a most peremptory system of double-blind peer review.
The Scientific Committee has been extended and made even more prestigious and international. An Editorial Committee with operational and address functions accompanies it.
«Critica d’Arte» is an open magazine and launches a permanent call for papers to request contributions by interested scholars, according to the programmatic opening of interests that was peculiar to Carlo Ludovico Ragghianti.
The authors should provide royalty free images accompanying the essays. The collaboration by the authors is free of charge. There is no form of stable collaboration.
The volumes whose authors or editors intend to submit the review to the magazine should be sent to the following address: «Critica d’Arte», c/o Fondazione Ragghianti, via San Micheletto 3, 55100 Lucca (Italy).
Proposals for essays and texts – exclusively scientific – can be sent to the attention of the Editorial Committee of the magazine in the form of abstracts, accompanied by the name, surname, qualification and membership of the author. The Editorial Committee will examine the proposals received, accepting them or not, submitting them to the referees selected and, in the case of a positive result of the rating, assigning them to the first available number of the magazine. For information requests and sending abstracts, contact email@example.com.
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