1. Editorial: Next issues
As promised, the next issue of the Journal of Interdisciplinary History of Ideas will host the papers collected with the open call on Philosophy and Geography. The collection, that will be edited by Simone Mammola and Ernesto Sferrazza Papa, is currently in peer-review. And, as regards peer-review, we would like to share with you our intention to experiment with open peer-reviewing for some special collaboration project.
The following issue will be essentially devoted to the outcomes of an initiative we took to celebrate 2017 as the year that marks the 500th anniversary since Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses in Wittenberg....
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