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Beatrice Arduini

Assistant Professor of Italian, Undergraduate Program Coordinator (Italian)

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(206) 616-9560
PDL C-249
Office Hours: 
TTh 11:30-1:00PM and by appointment

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PhD, Italian Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, 2008
Dottorato di ricerca, Italian Language and Literature, Università degli Studi, Milan, Italy, 2007
MA, Italian Studies, Indiana University, Bloomington, 2005
Laurea summa cum laude, Italian Literature, Università degli Studi, Milan, Italy, 2002

Beatrice Arduini completed her undergraduate work at the University of Milan in Italy before earning a doctorate from the same school and a Ph.D. from Indiana University-Bloomington. Prof. Arduini centers her work on Medieval Italian literature and Dante Studies, particularly on manuscript culture. She is currently working on her book project, The Invention of Dante's Convivio, which examines the tradition of Dante's unfinished treatise in manuscripts and early printed editions. Prof. Arduini's projects include the analysis of Giovanni Boccaccio's activity as copyist and editor of Dante's works, in particular the Rime, and the study of the conditions of writing and transcribing in prison in the Florentine Middle Ages. She has published on these and other topics in Romance Philology, Textual Cultures, Medioevo Letterario d'Italia, Dante Studies and Medioevo e Rinascimento. Recently, she contributed with a chapter for Dante in the Long Nineteenth Century: Nationality, Identity and Appropriation.

Her research and teaching interests also include Early Italian and Occitan Literature and the development of the song collection genre (canzonieri) in order to investigate how the material form of texts crucially determines their meanings.

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