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Italian Studies: Journal articles

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What is a peer-reviewed journal article?

Peer-reviewed journal articles are evaluated and critiqued by researchers and experts in the field before being published. They are high quality academic sources of information.

The best resources for finding journal articles in your field of study are highlighted on this page.

Electronic journals

We subscribe to over 42,000 unique electronic journals.

Access to e-journals on campus is normally automatic, although in some cases a username and password are required. This may be either your University central username and password, or another password stipulated by the publisher. 

Findit@MCR

You will often see a '' tab when looking through your search results in our electronic resources. This tab can be used to see if The University of Manchester Library has access to a particular article in either online or print format.

Articles not held by the library can be ordered via our Inter-Library Loan service.

If you are using Google Scholar on campus, the Findit@Manchester link will appear automatically next to your list of search results.

Using Library Search

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Find help and support with all aspects of locating using and borrowing resources.

Google Scholar

It is worthwhile carrying out a search on Google Scholar for articles relevant to your topic.

If you search Google Scholar while on campus, you'll find links to the full text articles on the Library databases via the Findit@MCR link.

Google Scholar Search

My Learning Essentials

Getting started with search tools

This resource explores Google, Google Scholar, subject databases and Library Search, highlighting their strengths and weaknesses to enable you to make an informed choice when selecting where to search for information.

View all workshops and online resources in this area on the
My Learning Essentials webpages.

Databases

Databases are the best way of finding peer-reviewed articles on your topic as they index and provide access to articles from thousands of different journal titles.

The University of Manchester Library subscribes to over 400 databases but not all of these will be relevant to your subject. You can find the key databases for your subject by using the Databases tab in this guide or by accessing the Databases A-Z list.

Electronic journals

Below is a select list of journals relating to your subject.  Please note that while many of these are available in electronic form some of the key titles for Italian Studies are still available in print form only.  In some cases Library holdings may be a combination of electronic and print volumes.  These distinctions are indicated below. 

Check the location of print and electronic journals on the Library Catalogue.

  • Archivio Glottologico Italiano (print)
  • Dante Studies
  • Filologia Italiana
  • Forum Italicum (print)
  • Giornale storico della letteratura italiana (print & e)
  • L'Italia dialettale (print)
  • Italia medioevale e umanistica (print)
  • Italian Books and Periodicals (print)
  • Italian Culture
  • Italian Studies
  • Italica: Bulletin of the American Association of Teachers of Italian
  • Journal of Modern Italian Studies
  • Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes
  • La Lingua Italiana
  • Lettere Italiane
  • Lingua Nostra (print)
  • Medium Aevum
  • MLN: Modern Language Notes
  • Modern Italy
  • Renaissance Quarterly
  • Renaissance Studies
  • Revue de Linguistique Romane (print)
  • Revue des etudes italiennes (print)
  • Revue Romane
  • Rhetorica
  • Rivista di linguistica (print)
  • Rivista italiana di dialettologia (print)
  • Rivista storica italiana (print)
  • Speculum
  • Studi danteschi
  • Studi di filologia italiana
  • Studi secenteschi (print & e)
  • Studi sul Boccaccio (print)
  • Studi tassiani (print)
  • The Italianist
  • Vox Romanica
  • Word and Image
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