Italica publishes critical studies on all aspects of Italian literature, culture, cinema, linguistics, language pedagogy, as well as interdisciplinary and comparative studies. The journal has a section devoted to translations of Italian major works/authors, cultural debates, and interviews, and is receptive to all scholarly methods and theoretical perspectives.
To provide participants to AATI and AATI-ACTFL conferences with an opportunity for publication and a forum to discuss their scholarship beyond the confines of our conferences themselves, the AATI Executive Committee, has decided to establish an online working papers refereed series.
The AATI Newsletter publishes information about new publications, forthcoming conferences, events, contests, and awards. It also provides a forum for discussion on pedagogy and teaching strategies. Short articles or brief notes dealing with direct classroom experience, teaching tips, and successful application of linguistic theories are welcome.