Giornale Italiano di Filologia is an Italian international journal of studies in philology, considering all the accepted meanings of the word and all facets of this utmost interdisciplinary subject. Articles published in the journal may therefore include contributions from linguists, historians, experts of antiquities, editors and exegetes of texts. Contributions cover the Greek and Roman world up to the Latin Middle Ages and may include forays into Romance Philology.
The Journal was founded in 1948 by Enzo V. Marmorale and was subsequently directed by Virgilio Paladini (1970-1971) and Nino Scivoletto (1972-2007), succeded by the actual chief editor Carlo Santini (Perugia). The editorial board is formed by Giorgio Bonamente (Perugia), Paolo Fedeli (Bari) and Giovanni Polara (Naples), who are supported by an international scientific committee whose members are Maria Grazia Bonanno, Carmen Codoñer, Roberto Cristofoli, Emanuele Dettori, Hans-Christian Günther, David Konstan, Julián Méndez Dosuna, Aires Nascimento, Heinz-Günter Nesselrath, François Paschoud, Carlo Pulsoni, Johann Ramminger, Fabio Stok.
Brepols Publishers has taken over the publication of GIF starting from its 65th volume (2013).