Annali dell'Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento | Jahrbuch des italienisch-deutschen historischen Instituts in Trient

ISSN: 0392-0011
Reg. trib.: Trento, n. 314 dell'1.9.1980
Publication frequency: Semiannually
Publisher: il Mulino

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Since 1975, the journal “Annali dell’Istituto storico italo germanico in Trento / Jahrbuch des italienisch-deutschen historischen Instituts in Trient” has been promoting contacts among scholars and students of different generations and nationalities working on historical issues from the late Middle Ages to contemporary history in a European and extra-European context. Particular attention is placed on the relationships between the Italian and German-speaking areas.
Since 2011, the journal is published bi-annually and as of 2018, the "Annali / Jahrbuch" are a monographic journal, edited by one or more historians, each issue offering five to seven articles.
The "Annali" were awarded “Class A” by ANVUR, the Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the University and Research System.

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Author guidelines are available online.

Scientific Direction
Christoph Cornelissen, Marco Meriggi

Claudio Ferlan

Editorial Board
Marco Bellabarba, Gabriele Clemens, Laurence Cole, Birgit Emich, Filippo Focardi, Lutz Klinkhammer, Thomas Schlemmer, Chiara Zanoni

Editorial Staff
Fernanda Alfieri, Giovanni Bernardini, Maurizio Cau, Gabriele D’Ottavio, Claudio Ferlan, Cecilia Nubola, Katia Occhi, Massimo Rospocher, Sandra Toffolo

Maria Ballin, Alessandra Rosati

«Annali dell’Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento / Jahrbuch des italienisch-deutschen historischen Instituts in Trient» is a peer-reviewed journal. This formal code was designed based on the Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors of the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE).
Directors, authors, editorial board members, reviewers, and editorial staff are encouraged to study these guidelines.


Decisions on publishing articles
The directors and members of the editorial board are responsible for determining which submitted manuscripts are most appropriate for publication. Such decisions are made at meetings of the editorial board and are normally based on the peer review process. Furthermore, they are subject to laws and policies governing libel, copyright infringement, and plagiarism.

The directors and members of the editorial board base their decisions to accept or reject a manuscript for publication on its contents, regardless of the author’s race, sex, sexual orientation, religious beliefs, ethnic origins, citizenship, or political orientation. 

The directors and members of the editorial board will not provide information about any submitted manuscript to anyone other than the author/s or the reviewer/s. The names of the authors will remain strictly confidential to reviewers until publication of the article. The names of the reviewers will remain strictly confidential to authors also after the decision to publish or to reject a manuscript. The list of contributing peer reviewers is provided on the journal’s website, it is constantly updated. To see the list please click here.

Conflict of interest 
The directors and the members of the editorial board should not use any part of a submitted unpublished manuscript for personal research without the explicit written permission by the author.


Evaluation and the editorial decision
Peer review is a procedure intended to help directors and members of the editorial board decide on a submitted manuscript’s suitability for publication and, if necessary, allows authors to improve and enrich their findings.

Any referee who feels unqualified to review an assigned manuscript or is unable to provide a review in the specified period should notify the editor-in-chief.

Manuscripts received for review should be treated with confidentiality. Information contained in such a submitted manuscript should not be shown to or discussed with others without written permission by the directors or members of the editorial board.

Standards of objectivity
Reviewers should evaluate manuscripts in an objective fashion and clearly motivate their views. Personal criticism of the author is inappropriate.

Acknowledgment of sources
Reviewers should identify relevant published work that has not been cited by the authors. Reviewers should furthermore quickly inform the editor-in-chief of any substantial similarity or overlap between the submitted manuscript and any other published works known to them.

Conflict of interest and dissemination
Privileged information or indications obtained through the peer-review-procedure should be kept confidential and not be used outside of the peer-review-procedure in any form.


Content responsibility
The author is the sole responsible for the contents of his/her text.

Originality and plagiarism 
Authors should declare to have composed an original piece of work in all of its parts and should properly acknowledge works and/or word by others.

Multiple, repetitive, and/or competing publications
Authors should not simultaneously submit the same manuscript to more than one (printed or electronic) journal as this constitutes an ethically incorrect and unacceptable behavior.

Acknowledgement of sources
Proper acknowledgment of the work of others (images, and/or documents) must always be given. Should the directors and members of the editorial board require it, authors may be asked to provide the sources or raw data on which their research is based.

Authorship should be correctly attributed and anyone having made a significant contribution to the planning, organization, realization, and re-elaboration of the research constituting the manuscript should be listed as co-author. If other people have contributed in any significant way to certain phases of the research, their contribution is to be explicitly recognized. In case of manuscripts written by more than one author, the corresponding author must declare to have correctly indicated the names of all other co-authors on the manuscript so that the editorial office is in a position to submit the final version of the manuscript to all authors for their approval and consent to publish.

Conflicts of Interest and Disclosure
In his manuscript, the author should indicate any conflict of interest that might influence the results or the interpretation of his/her work. All sources of financial support for the project must be disclosed.

Errors in published works
Should an author detect an error or a relevant inaccuracy in his/her article once it is published, the journal should be contacted the as soon as possible so that the paper can be corrected or retracted.

Gli Annali dell’Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento è una rivista della Fondazione Bruno Kessler ed esce due volte l’anno. I prezzi per sono i seguenti:

  • un fascicolo costa € 25,00
  • abbonamento annuo solo carta per l’Italia, €  50,00 (€ 39,00 privati)
  • abbonamento annuo solo carta per l’estero, € 70,00 (€ 55,00 privati)
  • abbonamento annuo carta + online mono (solo per enti e società) per l’Italia, € 68,00
  • abbonamento annuo carta + online mono (solo per enti e società) per l’estero, € 88,00

Per abbonarsi o per acquistare fascicoli arretrati:
Società editrice il Mulino
Strada Maggiore 37, 40125 Bologna
tel. 051 256011 - fax 051 256034

Gli abbonamenti possono essere sottoscritti tramite

  • versamento su conto corrente postale n. 15932403
  • bonifco bancario intestato alla Società editrice il Mulino, Banca popolare di Milano (IT50A0558402409000000011429)
  • carta di credito (Visa/Mastercard o  American Express)

Gli abbonamenti decorrono dal gennaio di ciascun anno. Chi si abbona durante l’anno riceve i numeri arretrati. Gli abbonamenti non disdetti entro il 31 dicembre si intendono rinnovati per l’anno successivo. I fascicoli non pervenuti devono essere reclamati esclusivamente entro 30 giorni dal ricevimento del fascicolo successivo. Decorso tale termine, si spediscono solo contro rimessa dell’importo.
Per cambio di indirizzo allegare alla comunicazione la targhetta-indirizzo dell’ultimo numero ricevuto.

Gli abbonati agli Annali dell’Istituto storico italo-germanico in Trento godono di uno sconto del 15% su tutti i volumi pubblicati dal Mulino, indirizzando l’ordine direttamente all’editore e precisando la situazione di abbonato.