Hagiographica

Journal of Hagiography and Biography

Società Internazionale per lo studio del Medioevo Latino

ISSN: 1124-1225

Editor: Antonella Degl'Innocenti

Advisor Board: Anna Benvenuti, Jacques Dalarun, François Dolbeau, Robert Godding, Martin Heinzelmann, Michael Lapidge, Claudio Leonardi (†), Oronzo Limone, Enrico Menestò, Guy Philippart, Francesco Scorza Barcellona, André Vauchez

Editorial Board: Laura Andreani, Massimiliano Bassetti, Stefano Brufani, Eugenio Burgio, Luigi Canetti, Edoardo D'Angelo, Roberto Gamberini, Paolo Gatti, Lino Leonardi, Pierluigi Licciardello, Giovanni Paolo Maggioni, Antonella Micolani, Silvia Nocentini, Emore Paoli, Letizia Pellegrini, Luigi Giovanni Giuseppe Ricci, Marta Romano, Francesco Santi, Daniele Solvi, Eugenio Susi, Antonio Vuolo

Managing Editors: Laura Andreani, Silvia Nocentini

Aim

This journal publishes research on Latin and Western European vernacular hagiographic texts from the early Christian period to the Council of Trent.  Ample space is also given to relations between hagiography and pertinent related disciplines, such as literary history, textual criticism, historiography, sociology, anthropology, psychology, theology, liturgy, and spirituality. Articles are published in the major European languages and are accompanied by an abstract in English. All articles are submitted for one or more peer-reviews; the general editor determines publication in consultation with the peer reviewers. The journal is issued annually. All articles are submitted for one or more peer-reviews; the general editor determines publication in consultation with the peer reviewers.

The Journal has been classified by ANVUR in the A category and indexed in prestigious international databases (Scopus and the Thomson Reuters Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI)).

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