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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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Call for paper

Deadline 31 Dec 2020

Aesthetics in Times of Contagion

Deadline 31 Dec 2020

Cambio: Open Lab on Covid-19

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Form@re Call for Papers – Artificial Intelligence and Education: New Research Perspectives

July 15, 2020

The most recent developments on Artificial Intelligence (AI) contributed to defining new systems for the collection and treatment of empirical data that interrogate educational research in an interdisciplinary way.
Nowadays, educational institutions are managing a massive production of data that feed new AI models based on contents and processes analysis in different fields. A first area concerns the growth of intelligent and highly personalized environments based on the use of learning analytics technologies that orientate towards increasingly inclusive educational contexts able to guarantee universal access to knowledge.

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MED Special Issue May 2021 – Cyberconnection as media culture. Social networking sites, media competence and citizenship

July 7, 2020

In this digital society where continuous technological change is taking place, social networking sites have emerged forcefully to fulfil an ancestral need of human beings, namely communicating and relating to others. However, these connections, amplified by technology, have meant that social media platforms not only favour contact between individuals, but also serve as a means for the dissemination of information, an environment for participation, profit-making and even for teaching and learning. In addition, one must consider the risks involved in continuous exposure with no geographical limits.

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Cambio: Call for Papers – Number 20/ December 2020

July 6, 2020

On 14 June 1920 Max Weber died in Munich, suffering from the Spanish flu pandemic that killed over fifty million people all over the world between 1918 and 1920. Thus ended, at the peak of his intellectual career, the scientific
work of one of the founding fathers of sociology, a scholar whose knowledge spanned a multitude of scientific fields: from law to economics, from history to philosophy, from theology to epistemology.

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