The article is aimed to analise the historiographical production of a urban history review, Roma moderna e contemporanea, which started in 1993. The present analysis provides a quantitative approach for identifying which sectors were the most represented in fifteen years of publications. Data interpretation is also helped by a criterion aimed to estimating the multidisciplinariety rate of the review. The article is integrated by an interview with the editor of the review.
Keywords: Urban history, Rome in early modern and modern history, Historiography