The journal publishes scholarly articles on modern Arabic literature, mainly from the nahḍah to the present; it accepts papers of interdisciplinary nature dealing with other domains of Arabic culture, ranging from historical and political fields to critical discourse analysis and political discourse analysis. Moreover, it also accepts papers related to linguistic and literary research, comparative studies, music, and visual arts in the Arab world.
Submitted articles, written in Italian, French, English, or Spanish must be original and not been published elsewhere. Manuscripts will be accepted for publication after the evaluation of the Editorial Committee and double-blind peer review process.
Documents (in Word or .odt and .pdf format) should have a length of around 10,000 words and be accompanied by an abstract in English of no more than 150 words. Articles can contain images if authorized by the legal owner.