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Beatrice Arduini, "Antonio Manetti: gli studi e la passione per Dante." In Dante visualizzato. Carte ridenti III: 1450-1500, edited by Rossend Arqués Corominas, Marcello Ciccuto, Sabrina Ferrara. Florence: F. Cesati, 2019. 101-114.Learn more
Beatrice Arduini, “Boccaccio and His Desk.” The Cambridge Companion to Boccaccio. Eds. Guyda Armstrong, Rhiannon Daniels, and Stephen Milner. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 1-17.Learn more
Claire Mouflard. L'Autre en Mouvement: Representations of the Postcolonial Urban Other in Contemporary Metropolitan French Literature, Art and Cinema. Diss., 2014.Learn more
"The tale of Nathan and Mithridanes (Dec. X. 3)." Lectura Boccaccii, Day 10. Ed. Michael Papio. University of Toronto Press.Learn more
Beatrice Arduini, “Domestic Slavery in 14th-century Tuscany: Between Iconographic Representations and Abolitionism.” In Representations of Slavery in Medieval and Early Modern Italian Literature, edited by Suzanne Magnanini and Armando Maggi.Learn more