Italian: Medieval and Renaissance studies, Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarch, medieval chronicles, historiography, gender studies
(See attached CV for complete list.)
Articles and Book Chapters (peer-reviewed)
Short Essays and Translations
Reviews and Review Articles
At George Mason University:
Thesis Advisor and Reader (at Mason)
Keynote Lecture: "Crowns, Coronals and Genealogies: Women and the Italian Canon." International Conference: "Cinque Corone? Rethinking the Early Italian Canon." UCC Ireland. June 18-21, 2020.
“'Come ‘l vecchio sartor fa ne la cruna': Brunetto Latini, Sodomy and Sumptuary Legislation in Dante’s Florence," Panel: “Perspectives on Gender in Dante's Works.” Annual Meeting of the Modern Language Association, Seattle, WA. January 2020.
“Tartar Textiles and Ethical Geography in Dante and Boccaccio.” Panel: “Dante, Local and Global: Towards 2021.” Conference: Annual Meeting of the Medieval Academy of America. University of Pennsylvania, PA. March 2019.
“Family Separation in Hell: Parents, Children and Pain in Dante.” Panel: “Dante, Petrarch, Boccaccio and the Poetics of the Early Italian Renaissance I.” Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America. Toronto, Ontario. March 2019.