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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
“Boccaccio and His Desk.” The Cambridge Companion to Boccaccio. G. Armstrong, R. Daniels, and S. Milner Eds. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. 1-17.Learn more
"Vanishing Women: Gendering History in Sixteenth-Century Portrait-Books." Gender, Agency, and Violence: European Perspectives from Early Modern Times to the Present Day. Ed. Ulrike Zitzlsperger (Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2013), 1-22. Learn more
Geoffrey Turnovsky. The Literary Market: Authorship and Modernity in the Old Regime. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2010.Learn more
Richard Watts. Packaging Post/Coloniality: The Manufacture of Literary Identity in the Francophone World. Lexington Books: 2005.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