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Philology is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of human traditions as they emerge from oral, written, carved, painted, digital, performed, ancient, contemporary texts. The journal aspires to challenge and reformulate the expression of philological studies in the present day. We propose that the contemporary world be understood in its multicultural complexity, and thus that philology be re-founded as a relevant social science. To this end, we encourage constant dialogue with the methodologies of other disciplines, including linguistics, cultural anthropology, archaeology, paleoethnology, genetics and cultural biology. Philology promotes all efforts to go beyond the traditional boundaries of our habitual fields of enquiry, with the purpose of accomplishing anti-dogmatic and unprejudiced tools for facing the challenges of contemporaneity. The journal is open to a wide variety of interdisciplinary approaches, from the study of linguistic evolution to literary interpretation, from textual criticism to the investigation of texts and ethnotexts, from etymological reconstructions to the cognitive analyses of archaeological facies. Philological problems exist in the grammar of signs inscribed on a prehistoric stone or a shamanic drum no less than they do in the transmission of a text from one old manuscript to another.

Publisher: Peter Lang Academic Publishing Group

Volume 1, Number 1, 2015

Open Access Philology Two Thousand Fifteen
pp. 7-8(2)
Author: BENOZZO, FRANCESCO

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Open Access The Untimeliness of Biblical Philogy
pp. 9-28(20)
Author: HENDEL, RONALD

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Open Access Philology’s Contingent Genealogies
pp. 53-66(14)
Author: GOULD, REBECCA

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Open Access Critical Philology and Dante’s Rime
pp. 91-114(24)
Author: BAROLINI, TEODOLINDA

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Open Access Philology and Philosophy in Mikhail Bakhtin
pp. 121-150(30)
Author: PONZIO, AUGUSTO

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Open Access Diese Praxis – Lesen –
pp. 175-200(26)
Author: HAMACHER, WERNER

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Open Access Reviews
pp. 281-302(22)

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