About the Journal

Memoria di Shakespeare. A Journal of Shakespearean Studies is the online incarnation of Memoria di Shakespeare, founded in 2000 by Agostino Lombardo, pioneer of Shakespearean studies in Italy, and published in print until 2012. 

The bilingual online journal is published once a year within the open journal project of Sapienza University of Rome with the support of the Department of European, American and Intercultural Studies of Sapienza University, Rome; Scuola Normale Superiore, Pisa; the Department of Literature and Philosophy, University of Cassino. 

The journal aspires to an international reading and contributing audience and each issue is devoted to a single topic to be explored from an interdisciplinary perspective and a variety of critical standpoints. Contributors include some of the most prominent thinkers in the contemporary scene as well as the voice of talented younger scholars. 

Papers are double blind peer reviewed and authors may be invited to review their papers taking the referees' suggestions into account. Final decisions on publication are made by the board of Directors. 

Current Issue

No. 10 (2023): What's Seneca to Him? Senecan Shakespeare
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ISSN: 2283- 8759