il Mulino

Il Mulino was founded in 1951 in Bologna and has been the starting point for numerous other initiatives, including the publishing house Il Mulino. As the subtitle – “culture and politics review” – indicates, it covers social issues from both a political and cultural perspective, taking into account the power politics has on influencing cultural change. In doing this, the journal’s approach is the same as when it was founded: combining traditional analysis with suggestions of change and renewal.

The articles published in the journal also flow into the website (www.rivistailmulino.it), which is updated daily. The articles on the website are often shorter and focused on current events, but at the same time, they offer a possibility of an in-depth analysis of potential development and change.

Il Mulino is the journal of the “Associazione di cultura e politica Il Mulino”. Recent contributors include: Raffaella Baritono, Marco Cammelli, Alessandro Cavalli, Enzo Cheli, Roberto Escobar, Emanuele Felice, Guido Formigoni, Claudio Giunta, Piero Ignazi, Marc Lazar, Paolo Legrenzi, Massimo Livi Bacci, Manuela Naldini, Paolo Onofri, Angelo Panebianco, Paolo Pombeni, Mario Ricciardi, Michele Salvati, Chiara Saraceno, Gianfranco Viesti.

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Journal's articles

A migratory turn?

Population, economic and labour shortfalls in Italy

Why here?

A first-hand account of the COVID-19 losses from Bergamo, Italy

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