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Viaggiatori stands as an international and interdisciplinary forum for debate on the topic of travel thanks to the osmotic flow of studies and inputs from research, which will progressively outline and define the languages of cultural and social history, the geographical, sociological and anthropological aspects, and much more.  

Throughout history, scholars, artists, engineers, exiles and missionaries have characterised their travels around the world by crossing over paths and experiences. Owing to the creation of a thick net of relationships and the intermingling of mixed identities, they not only have marked the Western history, but also fostered the inclusion of multiculturalism all over Europe.

The journal sets the scene for a great area of debate through the most varied contributions enabling a widening and deepening of all interrelated economic, political, religious, cultural and techno-scientific issues, which, more than other topics, can definitely shed light on the underlying reasons for mobility and exchange.   

The journal is divided into four sections:

A thematic dossier suggested by the Scientific Committee including a wide range of articles selected on the double blind peer review basis  

Varia, a special section dedicated to articles chosen and suggested by the members of the Scientific and/or Reading Committee

Fonti, a special section including all unpublished sources and critical editions

Reviews and reports of seminars and meetings.


Semi-annual publication (september/march)

Publication languages

Italian, English, French

Current issue

Year 1, Number 1 (09/2017)

L'esilio come viaggio: categorie, pratiche ed esperienze 

Fabio D'Angelo
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Turin and the British in the Age of the Grand Tour

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Source(s). Arts, Civilisation et Histoire de l'Europe, n. 10, 2017

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Voyager dans les États autoritaires et totalitaires de l’Europede l’entre-deux-guerres : confrontations aux régimes, perceptions des idéologies et comparaisons, Paris, Maison de la Recherche

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Simia sapiens e Homo sylvestris: antropologia e primatologia nell'età dei Lumi (Università di Firenze)

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Musée de l'histoire, Université d'Athènes

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Call for papers 8th Congress AISU

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Statistiche (Anno 1, Numero 1, Settembre 2017)

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