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Founded in 1995 by the Association for the Study of Modern Italy, the journal’s focus is the history, politics, society, economy and culture of Italy, Italian affairs and the Italian peoples from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century.
Modern Italy publishes: fully refereed research articles at the cutting edge of the discipline, regular "Contexts and Debates" section featuring current controversies in Italian studies and commentaries on contemporary and historical themes, review articles and a comprehensive book reviews section covering the latest Italian and English publications in Italian studies, conference reports and exhibition reviews and regular special theme issues.

  • Penelope Morris, University of Glasgow, UK
  • Mark Seymour, University of Otago, New Zealand
Associate Editors

Giacomo Lichtner, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Andrea Hajek,  University of Glasgow, UK

Book Review Editor

Nick Carter, Australian Catholic University, Sydney

Editorial Assistent

Cristina Massaccesi - University College London, UK

Editorial board
  • Claudia Baldoli - Newcastle University, UK
  • Martin Brown - Staffordshire University, UK
  • Martin Bull - University of Salford, UK
  • Anna Cento Bull - University of Bath, UK
  • John Dickie - University College London, UK
  • Mark Donovan - Cardiff University, UK
  • Paola Filippucci - University of Cambridge, UK
  • David Forgacs - New York University, USA
  • Ruth Glynn - University of Bristol, UK
  • Stephen Gundle - Royal Holloway, University of London, UK
  • Robert Lumley - University College London, UK
  • Silvana Patriarca , Fordham University, New York, USA
  • John Pollard - Anglia Polytechnic University, UK
  • Perry Willson - University of Dundee, UK
  • Editorial Advisory Committee:   
  • Walter Adamson - Emory University, Atlanta, USA
  • Percy Allum - Università Orientale, Naples, Italy
  • Claudia Baldoli - Newcastle University, UK
  • Richard Bellamy - University College London, UK
  • Richard Bosworth - University of Western Australia, Australia
  • John A. Davis - University of Connecticut, USA
  • Donatella della Porta - University of Florence, Italy
  • David Ellwood - University of Bologna, Italy
  • Russell King - University of Sussex, UK
  • McGregor Knox - London School of Economics and Political Science, UK
  • Denis Mack Smith - Oxford, UK
  • Marco Meriggi - University of Verona, Italy
  • John MacDonald - King’s College, London, UK
  • Uffe Ostergaard - Aarhus University, Denmark
  • Luisa Passerini - University of Turin, Italy
  • Silvana Patriarca - Fordham University, New York, USA
  • Paolo Pezzino - University of Pisa, Italy
  • Giulio Sapelli - Istituto Feltrinelli, Milan, Italy
  • Pietro Scoppola - University of Rome, La Sapienza, Italy
  • Christopher Seton-Watson - Oxford, UK
  • Frank Snowden - Yale University, USA
  • Penny Sparke - Royal College of Art, London, UK
  • English
  • Italian

Since 1995, available on Routledge's webpage.

Additional Information

Association for the Study of Modern Italy

Founded in 1982 by Christopher Seton-Watson, the Association for the Study of Modern Italy (ASMI) brings together individuals and organizations from the UK and abroad with teaching, research, professional or general interests in Italy from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century from whatever discipline. ASMI organizes an annual conference, publishes a bi-annual newsletter, and sponsors conferences, seminars, lectures and exhibitions in the UK and abroad.
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