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Firenze University Press publishes a suite of open access academic journals which have a strong impact on the academic community, covering a broad range of topics. Known for rigorous, fair peer review and fast publication times, each of our journals is published in open access to help ensure the widest possible dissemination for research. The journals are editorially independent, supported by an Editorial Board with specialist expertise in the subject area. See the individual journal sites below for information about the journals, submission guidance and links to browse the latest issues online.
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Cambio: Open Lab on Covid-19

March 28, 2020

The current circumstances that we are experiencing, with the massive spreading of Covid-19 from the Far East to Europe, to the US and to the rest of the world, motivate us to promote a special issue of Cambio dedicated to theoretical question of return to social life, and empirical study of its contemporary configurations in the actual pandemic situation.

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Substantia: Open Stream on the Covid-19 Emergency

March 28, 2020

In response the current circumstances that we are experiencing, with the massive spreading of Covid-19 from the Far East to Europe, to the US and to the rest of the world, “Substantia. An International Journal of the History of Chemistry” contributes to the dissemination of scientific knowledge and real scientific facts with an Open Stream dedicated to the coronavirus epidemic that is ravaging our societies.

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Caryologia in first line against the COVID-19

March 25, 2020

Despite the suspension of most activities by the italian universities, Caryologia proceeds its activity in full, thanks to homeworking and telematic connections. The editorial staff is already beginning the second volume of 2020. Some patience may be needed due to possible difficulties by reviewers involved in COVID-19 emergency.

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Form@re: Research and practices to learn how to reach a sustainable and healthy economic and social recovery post Covid-19

March 25, 2020

Form@re Journal – Open journal for Networked Learning wants to provide its own tools and organisation in order to collect in one Dossier the existing know-how on Covid-19 management. We propose Researchers to produce a Dossier where they can collect all kinds of contributions dealing with the Covid-19 management from different perspectives and disciplines

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Montessori rivista di storia dell'educazione

Maria Montessori, her times and our years. History, vitality and perspectives of an innovative pedagogy

March 23, 2020

This call aims to propose a critical and historical reflection on the many variables that feature the practical and theoretical achievements of Maria Montessori’s Pedagogy and Movement from the end of the XIX century to our years, by highlighting the human, professional and cultural relations between her, her thought and some significant institutions, educators and thinkers in Italy and in foreign Countries.Maria Montessori, her theories, her method and her schools have always been at the center of a broad debate that involves both educational elements, and historical, cultural or political aspects.

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How to write an effective, eye-catching abstract for your article

March 17, 2020

If you are in the jungle of academic publishing you know for sure that the way you write your article’s abstract has a key role in ensuring a far-reaching visibility and a wide dissemination of your research.

In most cases the abstract is the only section that is read, determining if the full-text manuscript is worthy to be downloaded. Similarly, the quality of conference abstracts is the key parameter for the acceptability of a presentation, a talk, or a poster.

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