AboutMedieval Studies, Early Italian Vernaculars, Dante Studies, Digital Humanities
EducationPh.D. Italian Language and Literature, Yale University
M.A., M.Phil. Italian Language and Literature, Yale University
B.A. magna cum laude, International Studies, Fairfield University
Publications“Dante for Mothers” in Dante Beyond Borders, ed. Nick Haveley (Cambridge: Legenda, 2021)
“Beatrice in the Tag Cloud” in Approaches to Teaching Dante’s Divine Comedy, 2 ed, eds. Christopher Kleinhenz and Kristina Olson, New York: Modern Language Association of America, 2020.
“De nostri temporis studiorum ratione and the Digital Humanities” NeMLA Italian Studies, XXXIX (2017)
“Tutti i frutti: The Fruits of Treachery and the Roots of the Soul in Inferno 33” in Table Talk. Perspectives on Food in Medieval Italian Literature, ed. C. Purdy Moudarres (Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010).
ProjectsImages as Data. Processing, Exploration and Discovery at Scale. $50,000
. Funded through “Collections as Data. Part to Whole” UNLV, through a sub grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, 2020-21, GRANT_NUMBER: 1801-05299
Dante at Hand. Women Readers in North America
. Post-doctoral fellowship granted by the Institute of Sacred Music
, the DH Lab
, and Yale University, 2015-2016