Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici

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Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici (often abbreviated to MD ; Eng .: "Materials and Discussions for the Analysis of Classical Texts") is an Italian specialist journal in the field of classical philology that has been published since 1978.

The magazine serves as a forum for the exchange on various methodological approaches to ancient literature between historical-philological method and modern literary theory . At the same time, the language of culture and the forms and techniques of literary communication are examined.

The magazine was founded in 1978 by a group of scholars around the sole editor Gian Biagio Conte in Pisa. However, this is supported by an international scientific advisory board. It includes: Alessandro Barchiesi , Maurizio Bettini , Maria Grazia Bonnanno , Mario Citroni , Marco Fantuzzi , R. Elaine Fantham , Rolando Ferri , Philip Hardie , Richard L. Hunter , Mario Labate , Glenn W. Most , Michael D. Reeve , Gianpiero Rosati , Luigi Enrico Rossi , Richard John Tarrant . Publications are peer-reviewed .

The magazine is published every six months by Fabrizio Serra editore in Pisa ( ISSN  0392-6338 ). From issue 49, 2002, it will also appear online as a full-text edition in electronic form ( ISSN  1724-1693 elettronico). In 2009 an index volume was published for issues 1, 1978 to 60, 2008.

The journal includes the Biblioteca di 'Materiali e discussioni per l'analisi dei testi classici' published by Maurizio Bettini and Gian Biagio Conte . Philological and literary monographs are included, which may vary in methodological approach, but offer an appropriately problematic analysis of the text in question and should promote the development of instruments for literary interpretation. So far, 20 volumes have been published.

Web links

  • MD online version by Fabrizio Serra editore (for registered users), with table of contents of issues 38, 1997 to 62, 2009 [1]
  • MD online version at Casalini libri [2]
  • Advertisement of the register volume published in 2009 for the volumes MD 1, 1978–2008, 60 [3]
  • Bibliotheca di MD by Fabrizio Serra editore, overview of the individual volumes [4]
  • MD in the electronic journal library [5]