Il Mulino adopts and promotes specific guidelines about publishing ethics. Our ethics statements are based on COPE’s Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.
Journal of Arts and Law Online
Aedon. Journal of Arts and Law Online (www.aedon.mulino.it), established in 1998, is an open access journal published three times annualy. Conceived and launched by a small group of Law Professors, now members of the Board of Directors, as an innovative peer-reviewed electronic scientific journal dedicated to Arts and Law, Aedon is available free to all users of the world wide web. The Journal goal is to further awareness, knowledge and discussion on a variety of theoretical and practical matters relating to cultural heritage preservation and management, landscape protection and valorization, performing arts policy, film industry regulation, intellectual property and cultural policy. To that end Aedon offers critical analysis of current issues and debates organizing symposiums on these topics and publishing articles that serve both practitioners and academicians. Since its founding Aedon has published hundreds of articles which remain all retrievable to readers in its electronic archive. Regular features also include important documents and texts of legislation and/or court decisions Its coverage wants to be international.
Editor in chief Marco Cammelli Editorial board Carla Barbati, Marco Cammelli, Lorenzo Casini, Giuseppe Piperata, Girolamo Sciullo Scientific board Michele Ainis, Mario P. Chiti, Guido Corso, Clementine Bories, Francesco Margiotta Broglio, Fernando López Ramón, Giuseppe Morbidelli, Margherita Ramajoli, Mark Thatcher, Luisa Torchia.
Aedon accepts submissions from scholars, professors, practitioners, judges, legislators. It is preferred that articles should be sent as an email attachment (preferably in Microsoft word format) to our Editorial Office [firstname.lastname@example.org]. They should be original, unpublished works and not under consideration for publication elsewhere. The final decision on publication rests with the Editorial Board after submissions are refereed. We hope to respond within two weeks. We will notify authors of the decision by email. Articles may be written in Italian, English, French and Spanish. An abstract of no more than 150 words [written in English] should be included with all submissions. It is a condition of publication in Aedon that license is assigned to Mulino publisher. Authors may use their own material in other publications provided that Aedon is acknowledged as the original place of publication. The first page must include: title of article; author(s) name and full address (including email, for contacts by readers). The name of the author(s) should appear at the beginning immediately under the title, with an asterisked foot note giving the present position of the author(s). Footnotes should be kept brief as possible. The suggested lenght for articles is between 2000 and 6000 words.
Il Mulino adopts and promotes specific guidelines about publishing ethics.