The review is a tool for critical thinking, and presents the critical outlook of women on a range of contemporary issues. It adopts a multi-disciplinary and inter-cultural approach with a target of both men and women, and hopes to encourage inter-generational exchange. There is a special section dedicated to young readers called ‘Under 15’.
Each issue opens with a Topic (“Tema”) that presents the work of various contributors that interact with each other thematically. Our aim is to help our readers join the dots of their cognitive maps, providing them with material to sharpen their thinking and clarify their understanding of the constantly shifting political, cultural and social context, as well as pose new questions. We also provide a comprehensive picture of the latest cultural scene (cinema, new media, theatre, television, seminars, conferences).
In “Primo Piano” (the Foreground), we analyze the work of individual writers in greater depth, or dig deeper into some of the themes. In “Letture” (Readings) we offer reviews of recently published books, while “Ultimi Arrivi” (Latest arrivals) bookmark forthcoming, reprinted or just-published editions. In the rubric “A/ Margine” (At the Margins), we talk about recent events or initiatives worth putting in your diaries (conferences, seminars, exhibitions, film festivals, theatrical performances etc). “Politica” (Politics) comments on the hottest political questions and ways of decision making. “News” signals appointments.