Im@go. A Journal of the Social Imaginary

Im@go is an international journal for interdisciplinary research on the Social Imaginary. Double-blind refereed and indexed by the main international databases, it publishes theoretical, descriptive and applied studies on the Social Imaginary pertaining to a wide range of fields of knowledge. The aim of the journal is to bring together scholars, practitioners and young researchers working in different field and disciplines with a view to developing an interdisciplinary and cross-cultural approach to the Social Imaginary. Im@go encourages critical debates on these and other relevant issues spanning not only the theoretical and methodological dimensions of the Social Imaginary but also their practical and socially relevant outcomes.


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Call for papers n.24 (December 2024)

 
Shadows of the Social. The imaginaries of otherness, of the invisible, of silence  
Editor: Antonio Camorrino and Nicola Pannofino

 
Posted: 2024-03-03 More...
 

Call for papers n.23 (June 2024)

 
The Imaginary of Artificial Intelligence
Editor: Maria Giovanna Musso
 
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No 22 (2023): The Imaginary of Environmental Apocalypse

Editors: Linda Armano / Francesco Barbalace / Pier Luca Marzo
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Editorial

Linda Armano, Francesco Barbalace, Pier Luca Marzo
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11-17

Topic

Daniele Battista
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21-38
Fabrizio Arcuri
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39-61
Alessandro Gelao
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63-79
Lucilla Mininno, Giovanni La Fauci
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81-102
Carmelo Buscema
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103-128
Erwan Moreau
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129-148
Sara Amato, Jakub Pichalski
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149-171
Gianluca Lanfranchi
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173-196
Linda Armano, Francesco Barbalace, Pier Luca Marzo
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197-220
Hélène Houdayer
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221-245
Alessandra Manzini, Oladele Madamidola
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247-272
Antonella d’Autilia
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273-293

Off Topic

Marco Centorrino, Lorenzo di Paola
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297-313

Focus

Raffaele Albanese
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317-326
Francesco Barbalace
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327-336