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Vita e pensiero (publishing)

Vita e pensiero (publishing)
Parent company Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore
Founded 1918
Country of origin Italy
Headquarters location Milan
Publication types Academic publishing
Official website .it.vitaepensierowww

Vita e pensiero is the publishing house of the Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore.[1]

History

Vita e pensiero was founded in 1918 and the owner is Giuseppe Toniolo Institute for Advanced Studies. The name of university's publisher derives from the homonymous journal Vita e pensiero founded and directed by Agostino Gemelli and other Catholic intellectuals in 1914.

Magazines

The publishing house publishes several research and cultural journals. The main magazine is Vita e pensiero, which is the official magazine of the University. In addition to it are published:

  • Aegyptus
  • Aevum
  • Aevum Antiquum
  • Annali di storia moderna e contemporanea
  • Arte lombarda
  • Bollettino dell'archivio per la storia del movimento sociale cattolico in Italia.
  • Communicative business
  • Comunicazioni sociali
  • Comunicazioni sociali online
  • Jus
  • La rivista del clero italiano
  • Politiche sociali e servizi
  • Rivista d filosofia neo-scolastica
  • Rivista di storia della chiesa in Italia
  • Rivista internazionale di sciente sociali
  • Statistica e applicazioni
  • Studi di sociologia

References

  1. ^ http://www.vitaepensiero.it/chiSiamo

External links

Official website

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