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  • Review of Dante fra il settecentocinquantenario della nascita (2015) e il settecentenario della morte (2021). Atti delle Celebrazioni in Senato, del Forum e del Convegno internazionale di Roma: maggio-ottobre 2015. Eds. Enrico Malato and Andrea Mazzucchi. 2 vols. Rome: Salerno Editrice, 2016. Renaissance Quarterly 71.2 (2018).  Learn more
  • Review of Dante's Lyric Poetry: Poems of Youth and of the Vita Nuova, by Dante Alighieri. Ed. Teodolinda Barolini. Trans. Richard Lansing and Andrew Frisardi. Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014. Renaissance Quarterly 70.3 (2017). Learn more
  • Paola Vecchi Galli. Padri. Petrarca e Boccaccio nella poesia del Trecento. Reviewed by Beatrice Arduini. Heliotropia 12-13 (2015-16): 379-82 Learn more
  • Boccaccio. A Critical Guide to the Complete Works. Reviewed by Beatrice Arduini. Heliotropia 12-13 (2015-16): 365-68. Learn more
  • Geoffrey Turnovsky, "Les lecteurs du Mercure Galant. Trois aperçus," XVIIe Siècle 270 (Jan-Mars 2016): 65-80. Learn more
  • Gaylard, Susan. "De mulieribus claris and the Disappearance of Women from Illustrated Print Biographies." I Tatti Studies in the Italian Renaissance 18.2 (2015), 287-318. Learn more
  • "A Psychogeography of the Monstrous in Le Premier Homme" in A Writer's Topography: Space and Place in the Life and Works of Albert Camus, eds. Jason Herbeck and Vincent Grégoire (Leiden: Brill/Rodopi, 2015): 117-134. Learn more
  • Susan Gaylard. Hollow Men: Writing, Objects, and Public Image in Renaissance Italy. New York: Fordham University Press, 2013. Learn more
  • "The tale of Nathan and Mithridanes (Dec. X. 3)." Lectura Boccaccii, Day 10. Ed. Michael Papio. University of Toronto Press. Learn more
  • “Treasures of the Lilly Library: Paleographic Aspects of the Poole 26 Griselda’s Transcription.” Petrarch and His Legacies. Eds. Ernesto Livorni and Jelena Todorovič. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Pp. 75-92 (Forthcoming). Learn more
  • "Invective and Emotional Tones in Dante's Convivio." Dante Satiro: the Concept of Satire in Dante's Works and in the Middle Ages. Eds. Fabian Alfie and Nicolino Applauso. Routledge. Pp. 1-22. (Accepted for Publication) Learn more

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