Cahiers d’études italiennes is an interdisciplinary journal that publishes papers on Italian culture from the Middle Ages to the present time. It appears twice a year (in March and September), and its monographic issues are devoted alternatively to pre-eighteenth century culture (subtitle: Filigrana) and to the culture of the modern and contemporary period (subtitle: Novecento… e dintorni). Each project concerning a specific issue is examined by the editorial committee.
CEI is subject to a peer review process and is placed under the control of a “scientific and reading committee” whose members are well-known representatives of the international scientific community.
Contributions may be in French, Italian or English.