The journal

 

The Staff

Editor in Chief
Roberto De Gaetano

Editorial Board
Alessandro Canadè (coordination), Pierandrea Amato, Emilio Bernini, Gianni Canova, Francesco Ceraolo, Alessia Cervini, Felice Cimatti, Adriano D’Aloia, Daniele Dottorini, Anne-Violaine Houcke, Ruggero Eugeni, Michele Guerra, Marco Pedroni, Valentina Re, Bruno Roberti, Rosamaria Salvatore, Christian Uva, Luca Venzi, Dork Zabunyan, Francesco Zucconi

Associate Editors
Massimiliano Coviello, Angela Maiello, Nausica Tucci

Editorial Staff

Alma Mileto e Giacomo Tagliani (coordination), Raffaello Alberti, Luca Bandirali, Simona Busni, Antonio Capocasale, Dario Cecchi, Deborah De Rosa, Gianfranco Donadio, Laura Ysabella Hernández García, Andrea Inzerillo, Caterina Martino, Francesca Pellegrino, Gioia Sili, Chiara Scarlato

Editorial Office

Roberta D’Elia (coordination), Alessia Cistaro, Lorenzo Croci, Gianfranco Donadio, Mariapia Greco, Sara Marando, Carmen Morello, Deborah Naccarato, Nadine Passarello, Mara Scarcella

Web design and graphic concept
Deborah De Rosa

Digital video designer
Isabella Mari

Social media manager
Loredana Ciliberto

Web manager
Antonello Cairo

Department of History, Anthropology Religions, Art History and Performing Arts
Sapienza University of Rome
Piazzale Aldo Moro 5
00185 Roma

 

Department of Political and Social Sciences
University of Calabria
Ponte Pietro Bucci – cubo 17B, V piano
87036 Arcavacata di Rende (Cosenza)

 

Department of Humanities
University of Palermo
Viale delle Scienze – Ed. 12
90128 Palermo

 

Editorial Project

Fata Morgana Web was born from the almost twenty-year experience of Fata Morgana. Quarterly of film and visual studies. If the journal constitutes the place of a theoretical thought on cinema and images, the web version wants to be the issue of a critical practice animated by a perspective capable of entering into a relationship with the singularity of the works of art, opening a space for a reflection on present dedicated to cinema and literature, theater and philosophy, photography and digital media.

Fata Morgana Web is a no profit cultural project that involves scholars and professors from Italian universities, and constitutes a specific “public engagement” of the Sapienza University of Rome – Department of History Anthropology Religions, Media and Art Performance, University of Calabria – Department of Political and Social Sciences, and of the University of Palermo – Department of Humanities Sciences.

Codice ISSN: 2532-487X

Editorial Guidelines
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