AgAthón, the Ph.D.’s journal collecting together the best of the works about the renovation andthe enhancement of ancient contexts, has had increasing success among institutions and both Italianand foreign researchers. The choral pattern chosen in the four sectors, which alludes to the Greek city,has certainly contributed to create this appreciation: the Agorá, like the central space in the pólis, forguest contributions; the Stoá, the covered portico under which the philosopher Zeno used to teach hisdisciples, for the Ph.D. teachers’ contributions; the gymnásion, the place of endeavour for youngGreeks training their bodies and minds, is the section meant for the doctoral candidates; lastly, theSekós, i.e. the part of the house where the young people used to dwell, as described by Plato in hisRepublic, is assigned to young graduates. In this way, we have created a common approach to the topicsdealt with and the related disciplines; this shared and plural approach is borne out by the largenumber of applications with articles to be published in the various issues. Hence the need for the editorialstaff to ensure a monographic and multi-disciplinary area: a syllogé, meant as an anthologicalcollection of scientific writings, concerning an author’s or a group of authors’ production, as a culturaland literary gleaning of the stubble left over in a field after the harvest and, therefore, as a collectionof topics not entirely and not always of secondary relevance.
|Numero di pagine||170|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2013|
|Nome||MONOGRAFIE DI AGATHÒN|