Lingua e Stile was founded in 1966 by Luigi Heilmann and Ezio Raimondi as a meeting point between philosophy of language, linguistics and literary criticism. In 2002, in a very different cultural context, it launched a new biannual series dedicated to the history of the Italian language. The series encompasses various rigorous methodological approaches and presents studies, with a broad range of themes, dedicated to the history of language and dialects in Italy. It also provides a forum for research that touches upon other disciplines, including literary criticism, dialectology, sociolinguistics and philology.
Editorial board Gian Luigi Beccaria, Francesco Bruni, Franco Fanciullo, Pier Vincenzo Mengaldo, Alfredo Stussi International scientific board Gerhard Ernst, Michele Loporcaro, Emilio Manzotti, Jane Nystedt, Gunver Skytte, Edward Tuttle, Nigel Vincent, Jean-Claude Zancarini.
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The journal is rated "A", by the Italian academic research evaluation agency (Anvur), for the following scientific areas: 10 f1 (Letteratura italiana), 10 f3 (Linguistica e filologia italiana).