Since 1981, Intersezioni has been carrying out research in a field of knowledge which has proved to be able to go beyond the borders of sectional approaches in the name of a shared interdisciplinary approach, opening new perspectives in the field of research and understanding. Originally inspired by Lovejoy’s "Journal of the History of Ideas" and its contribution to the international culture, Intersezioni studies the emergence of new methodologies within the history of ideas. After a thirty-year activity, the journal is now dealing with literature, history, philosophy, science, history of art and music from an interdisciplinary perspective aiming to the interpenetration of different disciplines out of rigidly built fences. Intersezioni collects the contributions of scholars of international reputation. It is directed to not only to professionals but also to both cultivated and curious readers. Intersezioni is composed of different sections: “Saggi” (“Essays”), “Interventi e discussioni” (“Interventions and debates”) and “Libri” (“Books”). Monographic issues are dedicated to very significant topics.
Editorial BoardAndrea Battistini, Stefano Poggi, Ezio Raimondi Scientific boardPiero Boitani, Olaf Breidbach, Claudio Cesa, Andrea Emiliani, Denis Fisette, Tullio Gregory, Werner Helmich, Antonello La Vergata, Claudio Magris, Michela Nacci, Giuliano Pancaldi, Arnaldo Pizzorusso, Gianfranco Poggi, Baldine Saint Girons, Vittorio Strada, Louis Van Delft, Gereon Wolters, Diego ZancaniEditorial boardGiovanni Baffetti, Riccardo Martinelli, Fiorenza Toccafondi.
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The journal is indexed by Scopus Bibliographic Database, International Bibliography of the Social Science (IBSS); IBZ Online, IBR Online, Italinemo, ERIH, Articoli italiani di periodici accademici (AIDA), JournalSeek, Catalogo italiano dei periodici (ACNP), Google Scholar.
The journal is rated "A", by the Italian academic research evaluation agency (Anvur),for the following scientific areas: 10 f1 (Letteratura italiana), 10 f2 (Letteratura italiana contemporanea), 10 f3 (Linguistica e filologia italiana), 10 d2 (Lingua e letteratura greca), 10 d3 (Lingua e letteratura latina), 10 d4 (Filologia classica e tardoantica), 10 e1 (Filologie e letterature medio-latina e romanze), 10 l1 (Lingue, letterature e culture inglese e angloamericana), 10 m1 (Lingue, letterature e culture germaniche), 11 c1 (Filosofia teoretica), 11 c2 (Logica, storia e filosofia della scienza), 11 c3 (Filosofia morale), 11 c4 (Estetica e filosofia dei linguaggi), 11 c5 (Storia della filosofia).