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Studi Storici was founded in 1959 as a quarterly review of history, published by the Istituto Gramsci. The journal publishes historical essays and historiographical debates from ancient to contemporary age. Its first director was Gastone Manacorda. Since 1983 it's headed by Francesco Barbagallo. Principal themes of the journal are: the history of Italy from the origins of the process of national unification to the Fascist regime and to Republican Italy; the history of socialism and communism, both from the standpoint of the history of thought (with special attention to Antonio Gramsci), and from the standpoint of parties and political movements in Italy, Europe and the former Soviet Union; Italian and international great economic transformations. Large space is also devoted to innovative studies of ancient, medieval and modern history. From 1999 Studi Storici is printed and distributed by Carocci Editore.
Coverage: 1959-2011 (Anno 1, No. 1 - Anno 52, No. 4)
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