American Dante Bibliography for 2019

Compiled by Eva Plesnik

This bibliography is intended to include all publications relating to Dante (books, articles, translations, reviews) published in North America in 2019, including reviews published in North American journals of books published elsewhere.

The following entries are also included in the comprehensive Bibliografia Dantesca Internazionale/International Dante Bibliography database, maintained by the Società Dantesca Italiana with the collaboration of the Dante Society of America since 2017; see: https://bibliografia.dantesca.it/.

The Bibliographical Committee of the Dante Society of America (E. Brilli, W. Caferro, C. Dupont, and A. Wainwright) supervised the American Dante Bibliography for 2019. We are grateful to the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, for its generous support of this year’s bibliography.

Please send notices of any corrections or omissions to dantesociety@gmail.com.

Translations

Folgore da San Gimignano, Cenne da la Chitarra, and Pietro dei Faitinelli. Folgore da San Gimignano and his followers: The complete poems, transl. by Fabian Alfie. Tempe: Arizona Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2019.

Books

Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019.

Camilletti, Fabio. The portrait of Beatrice: Dante, D. G. Rossetti, and the imaginary lady, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2019.

Daugherty, Tracy. Dante and the early astronomer: Science, adventure, and a Victorian woman who opened the heavens, New Haven; London: Yale University Press, 2019.

De Villiers, Marq. Hell and damnation: A sinner’s guide to eternal torment, Regina: University of Saskatchewan Press, 2019. [Dante passim].

Pearson, Paul. Spiritual direction from Dante: Avoiding the Inferno, Charlotte: TAN Books, 2019.

Santayana, George. Three philosophical poets: Lucretius, Dante and Goethe, David E. Spiech and Kellie Dawson, eds., introd. of James Seaton. Cambridge: MIT Press, 2019. [Critical edition; 1st ed. 1910].

Singleton, Charles S. Dante’s “Commedia”: Elements of structure, Baltimore; London: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019. [Open access edition; 1st ed. 1954].

Vettori, Alessandro. Dante’s prayerful pilgrimage: Typologies of prayer in the Comedy, Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019.

Dissertations

Chida, Nassime Jehan. Local power in Dante’s “Inferno”: PhD dissertation, Columbia University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Dani, Valeria. Anadiplosis/climax. Ascensions and downfalls in Italian poetry: PhD dissertation, Cornell University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [Dante passim].

DeWitt, Allison. Visualizing Dante’s world: Geography, history and material culture: PhD dissertation, Columbia University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

DiMaggio, Vanessa Noelle. Uncovering the sources: Historical characters in Dante’s “Divine Comedy”: PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Doughty, Karissa. Evolving mediums: “Over the Garden Wall” and the “Divine Comedy”: MA dissertation, East Tennessee State University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Gazzoni, Andrea. Trecento variations in the epic tradition: Dante’s “Commedia”, Boccaccio’s “Teseida”, and Petrarch’s “Africa”: PhD dissertation, University of Pennsylvania: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Guida, Massimo. Stelle: DMA dissertation, University of Toronto: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [Dante passim].

Lettieri, Marcogildo. Word and image in Alfonso d’Aragona’s manuscript edition of the “Divina Commedia”: PhD dissertation, University of Toronto: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [on ms. British Library, Yates Thompson 36].

Marra, Anna. Dante and meditation: PhD dissertation, Yale University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Mattocci, Samantha. Nuove acquisizioni sulle origini del canone letterario delle “tre corone”: Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio: PhD dissertation, University of Wisconsin-Madison: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [on mss. Pluteo 29.8 and 33.31; Toledo 104.6; and Chigi L.V.176 and L.VI.213].

Merz, Teresa A. A mirror and a barometer: On the public use of poetry: MA dissertation, Georgetown University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [Dante pp. 40-50].

Nichols, James N. Re-thinking Ruiz: Non/synchronicity and the details: MA dissertation, University of California, Santa Cruz: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [Dante passim].

Osbourne Stoker, William Parker. Hemingway’s mythical method: Implications of Dante allusion in our time: MA dissertation, George Washington University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Pace, Matteo. Of poets and physicians: Medical and scientific thought from the Sicilian school to Dante, 1230-1300: PhD dissertation, Columbia University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019.

Rose, Shannah. Heavenly perspectives: Imagining celestial space in Giovanni di Paolo’s “Paradiso” miniatures: MA dissertation, Tulane University: ProQuest Dissertations Publishing, 2019. [on ms. British Library, Yates Thompson 36].

Articles

Agnew, Caleb. ““Most make no memorable impact”: Memory and prosody in W. H. Auden’s jagged quatrains”. Modern Philology 117.2, (2019): 233-256. [Dante pp. 238, 248; online: https://doi.org/10.1086/705611].

Alfie, Fabian. “The conundrum of genre: Dante’s “Doglia mi reca””. Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019: 133-145.

Annett, Scott. ““A simple sucking of the teeth”: Beckett, Dante and the “risus purus””. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [online:   https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/6].

Applauso, Nicolino. ““Scelestissimis fiorentinis”: Violence, satire, and prophecy in the ars dictaminis and Dante’s Political epistles”. Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019: 147-167.

Arduini, Beatrice. “Invective and emotional tones in Dante’s Convivio”. Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019: 117-131.

Arduini, Beatrice. “Messer Torello’s magic carpet ride as synecdoche for Decameron 10.9”. Heliotropia. Forum for Boccaccio Research and Interpretation 16-17, (2019-2020): 189-204. [Dante pp. 192-193; online: https://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/heliotropia/16-17/arduini.pdf].

Banella, Laura. “Materiality and textuality: Editing and rewriting the lyric Dante in history”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [on mss.: Biblioteca Apostolica Vaticana, Barberini Latin 3953; Florence, Biblioteca Nazionale Centrale, Banco Rari 69; and others; online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/4].

Barsella, Susanna. “Natural asymmetries: Medicine and poetry in Decameron VI.9 and Decameron VIII.9”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 56-77. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0057].

Bellomo, Saverio. “Dante e la decima Musa: la prima versione cinematografica dell’ Inferno”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 1-15. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0053].

Blasco Ferrer, Eduardo. “Spain and Italy: New languages in turmoil”. Romance Philology 73.1, (2019): 15-36. [Dante pp. 24, 26; online: https://doi.org/10.1484/j.rph.1.117798].

Bragantini, Renzo. “Purgatorio 32: Dante apocalittico”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 16-32. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0054].

Brunori Deigan, Federica. “The author in the pine tree: Allegorized autobiography and arboreal mythology in Boccaccio’s Filocolo and Decameron”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 90-104. [Dante pp. 98, 103; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0059].

Busch, Peter. “Peace in the order of nature: Augustine, Giles, and Dante”. Dougherty, Richard J., ed. Augustine’s political thought. Rochester: University of Rochester Press, 2019: 53-73.

Cachey Jr., Theodore J., and Natale Vacalebre. “My Dante. A conversation with Theodore Cachey on American Dante studies”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/8].

Camboni, Maria Clotilde. “Paradigms of historical development: The Raccolta Aragonese, Landino, and Bembo’s Prose”. Modern Language Notes 134.1, (2019): 22-41. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0001].

Candido, Igor. “Boccaccio reading Cino reading Dante in Filostrato 5.62-66”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 105-117. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0060].

Cardinale, Ugo. “Le parole della luna”. Romance Philology 73.2, (2019): 271-290. [Dante pp. 279-281; online: https://doi.org/10.1484/j.rph.5.118398].

Carrera, Alessandro. “Fellini, Dante and the gaze of Medusa”. Carrera, Alessandro. Fellini’s eternal Rome: Paganism and Christianity in the films of Federico Fellini, London; New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019: 9-20.

Celenza, Christopher S. “Philology, philosophy, and Boccaccio”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 126-137. [Dante pp.133-137; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0062].

Cestaro, Gary. “Dante spinning forward”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 127-137. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0006].

Ciabattoni, Francesco. “Music in Trecento Italy and the soundtrack of Boccaccio’s Decameron”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 138-151. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0063].

Cipollone, Annalisa. “A text in exile: Dante’s Divine Comedy”. Caruso, Carlo, ed. The life of texts: Evidence in textual production, transmission and reception, London; New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019: 93-114.

Colella, Massimo. ““Ti trasformasti in Dafne”: Mythos ovidiano e metamorfosi nella poesia di Eugenio Montale”. Italica. Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Italian 96.1, (2019): 21-51. [Dante passim].

Collins, Matthew. “Copying illustrations of Dante’s Commedia from print to manuscript: Variations, ideology, pedagogy, and visual editing”. Manuscripta 63.1, (2019): 1-62. [on mss.: Paris, Bibliothèque nationale de France, NAF 4530 and 4119, and Florence, Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, Plut. 40.7; online: https://doi.org/10.1484/J.MSS.5.118440].

Coluzzi, Federica. “Dante in the lecture room: For a (social) history of teaching Dante in nineteenth-century Britain”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 138-150. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0007].

Cornish, Alison. ““Sonus qui non est vox”: Sound and voice in the body politic”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019): 1-25. [online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/1].

Cornish, Alison. “Paradiso 29: Saving the appearances”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 107-123. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0004].

Cosgriff, Tracy. “Raphael’s rainbow and the vision of Saint Catherine”. Renaissance Quarterly 72.1, (2019): 97-147. [Dante p. 131; online: https://doi.org/10.1017/rqx.2018.2].

Davis, Christopher. “Hybrid harmony: The poetics of discord and the language of song from the troubadours to Dante”. Comparative Literature 71.2, (2019): 139-153. [online: https://doi.org/10.1215/00104124-7339116].

Davis, Christopher. “Lo sen e·l saber e la conoissensa: Reevaluating the razos for Bertran de Born”. Mediaevalia 40, (2019): 59-79. [Dante pp. 60-61; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mdi.2019.0002].

Di Fonzo, Claudia. “Amore e giustizia: Il deliberato consenso di Francesca”. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.2, (2019): 296-317. [online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585819831666].

Donavin, Georgiana. “The Virgin Mary as Lady Grammar in the medieval West”. Traditio 74, (2019): 279-305. [Dante p. 300; online: https://doi.org/10.1017/tdo.2019.8].

Eisner, Martin. “Machiavelli in paradise: How reading Dante and Ovid shaped The Prince”. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 134.1, (2019): 35-50. [online: https://doi.org/10.1632/pmla.2019.134.1.35].

Ellero, Maria Pia. “Libri pittori e libri parlanti. Lettura e immaginazione nelle allocuzioni all’opera di Boccaccio: dal Filocolo all’ Elegia di Madonna Fiammetta”. Heliotropia. Forum for Boccaccio Research and Interpretation 16-17, (2019-2020): 55-81. [Dante pp. 58-59; online: https://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/heliotropia/16-17/ellero.pdf].

Euron, Paolo. “The Middle Ages and Dante Alighieri”. Euron, Paolo. Aesthetics, theory and interpretation of the literary work. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019: 29-34. [online: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004409231_005].

Facchini, Bianca. ““As Lucan says”: Dante’s reuse of the Bellum civile in the Monarchia and the Political Epistles”. Mediaevalia 40, (2019): 81-106. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mdi.2019.0003].

Favaro, Francesca. “Dalla sapienza antica alla Vita Nova: “omnia mea mecum sunt”“. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.3, (2019): 609-616. [online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585819854049].

Federici, Gabriele. “Osservazioni sull’edizione foscoliana dell’ Inferno di Dante”. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.3, (2019): 617-637. [online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585819854056].

Fedi, Roberto. “Dante e Galileo”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 33-39. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0055].

Fenzi, Enrico. “Dante politico: note per un profilo”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 23-59. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0001].

Figliulo-Rosswurm, Joseph. “Rural people and public justice in fourteenth-century Tuscany”. Renaissance Quarterly 72.2, (2019): 417-456. [online: https://doi.org/10.1017/rqx.2019.1].

Fiorinelli, Gaia. “A proposito di alcune postille boccacciane nell’Ambrosiano A 204 inf.”. Heliotropia. Forum for Boccaccio Research and Interpretation 16-17, (2019-2020): 107-168. [Dante passim; online: https://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/heliotropia/16-17/fiorinelli.pdf].

Forni, Pier Massimo. “A metamorphosis of love in Dante and others”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): xxi-xxvi. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019/0052].

Fritz-Morkin, Maggie. ““Se io mi trascoloro, non ti maravigliar”: Peter’s invective and colores rhetorici in Paradiso 27”. Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019: 73-90.

Galbiati, Roberto. “The vernacular Carolingian epic in Tuscany in the fourteenth century”. Medium Aevum 88.2, (2019): 376-395. [Dante pp. 376-377].

Gatti, Elena. “Editions of Dante in bookshop inventories between the fifteenth and the sixteenth centuries, a bookshop ledger and a contract for printing: Some possible interpretations”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/3].

Genovese, Giulio. “Staging Dante today: A three-day residency of Teatro delle Albe at the University of Pennsylvania”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/9].

Gillespie, Gerald. “Rewriting grand narratives as a supratemporal mystical competition: Illustrations from Dante, Rabelais, Cervantes, Goethe, Proust, Mann, and Joyce”. Millet, Kitty and Dorothy Figueira, eds. Fault lines of modernity: The fractures and repairs of religion, ethics, and literature, New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019: 33-43. [Dante passim].

Giunta, Claudio. “Perché continuiamo a leggere la Commedia?”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 151-170. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0008].

Goldstein, R. James. ““Il tristo buco”: Sacred parody and the backdoor of hell in Inferno 34”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 60-76. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0002].

Hall, Crystal. “Digital humanities and Italian studies: Intersections and oppositions”. Italian Culture 37.2, (2019): 97-115. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1080/01614622.2019.1717754].

Hankins, James. “Leonardo Bruni and the virtuous hegemon”. Hankins, James. Virtue politics: Soulcraft and statecraft in Renaissance Italy, Cambridge; London: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2019: 218-237. [Dante pp. 233-236].

Hartley, Alan H. “Astronomical names in the Romance languages of Western Europe from late antiquity to early modern times”. Romance Philology 73.2, (2019): 507-530. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1484/j.rph.5.118413].

Havely, Nick. “Carlino’s crossings: Stuart Hood, Dante, and a civil war in Tuscany (1943-4)”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/5].

Hawkins, Peter S. “Divinity school Dante”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 171-177. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0009].

Hendrix, Harald. “Framing the bones of Dante and Petrarch: Literary cults and scientific discourses”. Helgason, Jón Karl and Marijan Dovic, eds. Great immortality: Studies on European cultural sainthood, Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019: 28-55. [online: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004395138_004].

Hughes Gibson, Richard. “Beatrice’s praise and Virgil’s consolation, two appraisals”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 77-106. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0003].

Jacobowitz Efron, Leon. “Tolkien’s brief allusion to Dante’s selva oscura”. Dante Notes, (2019) [online: https://www.dantesociety.org/node/139].

Jeffrey, David Lyle. “Quotation and inflection: Dante and Chaucer on the Semon on the Mount”. Jeffrey, David Lyle. Scripture and the English poetic imagination. Grand Rapids: Baker Academic, 2019: 43-66.

Kim, Jieon. “From passio to compassio: Marian Beatrice and Dante in the Vita Nuova”. Italica. Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Italian 96.2, (2019): 207-227.

Kirkham, Victoria. “Poets prefer company: Boccaccio’s portraits and the Three Crowns of Florence”. Eisner, Martin and David Lummus, eds. A Boccaccian Renaissance: Essays on the early modern impact of Giovanni Boccaccio and his works, Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2019: 59-93. [Dante pp. 59-71].

Kirkpatrick, Robin. “Dante translating”. Bibliotheca Dantesca: Journal of Dante Studies 2, (2019) [online: https://repository.upenn.edu/bibdant/vol2/iss1/7].

Klein, Ilona. “When good girls go bad (or do they?): Nymphomania and lycanthropy in Verga’s La Lupa”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 272-285. [Dante pp. 276-277; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0072].

Kleinhenz, Christopher. “Dante’s artistry in Purgatorio”. Modern Language Notes 134.6, (2019): 40-55. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0056].

Kumar, Akash. “Appreciating the whole: Dante now”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 178-186. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0010].

Langford, Peter, and Ian Bryan. “Introduction: The Kelsenian critique of natural law”. Langford, Peter, Ian Bryan and John McGarry, eds. Hans Kelsen and the natural law tradition. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019: 1-55. [Dante pp. 10-15; online: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004390393_002].

Lehtonen, Kathy. “The satanic sublime in Paradise Lost: Tasso, charisma, abjection”. Modern Philology 116.3, (2019): 211-234. [Dante p. 218; online: https://doi.org/10.1086/700276].

Leonard, Philip. “Dante in space”. Leonard, Philip. Orbital poetics: Literature, theory, world, London; New York: Bloomsbury Academic, 2019: 41-58.

Leslie, Stuart W. “Richard Macksey and the Humanities Center”. Modern Language Notes 134.5, (2019): 925-941. [Dante pp. 927-928; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mln.2019.0103].

Lévy, Bernard-Henri. “Dante, Abraham, and the war of the five kings”. Lévy, Bernard-Henri. The empire and the five kings: America’s abdication and the fate of the world, New York: Henry Holt and Company, 2019: 157-182. [Dante pp. 159-164].

Longo, Mariano. “Envy, social order and social change”. Longo, Mariano. Emotions through literature: Fictional narratives, society and the emotional self, London; New York: Routledge, 2019: 138-161. [Dante pp. 141-142].

Longo, Mariano. “Of love, its semantic and its social function”. Longo, Mariano. Emotions through literature: Fictional narratives, society and the emotional self, London; New York: Routledge, 2019: 162-186. [Dante pp. 166-169].

Lorenzini, Simona. “Between Petrarch and Boccaccio: The rewriting of Griselda’s Tale (Dec. 10. 10). A rhetorical debate on Latin and vernacular languages”. Heliotropia. Forum for Boccaccio Research and Interpretation 16-17, (2019-2020): 205-227. [Dante pp. 205-206, 222-223; online: https://www.brown.edu/Departments/Italian_Studies/heliotropia/16-17/lorenzini.pdf].

Marchesi, Simone. “Sex, floods, and a learned gloss: Reading Dante’s commentators within the Decameron”. Dante Notes, (2019) [online: https://www.dantesociety.org/node/133].

Martinez, Ronald L. “Inverted popes, the apostolic succession, and Dante’s vocation as satirist”. Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019: 33-53.

McDonald, Connor. “A comment on Doré’s illustrations of Dante (Inferno)”. Dante Notes, (2019)

Meier, Franziska. “Defaming Dante”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 187-196. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0011].

Meybodi, Alireza. “Fardid was Dante’s Inferno”. Mirsepassi, Ali, ed. Iran’s troubled modernity: Debating Ahmad Fardid’s legacy, New York; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019: 142-157.

Montefusco, Antonio. “A politico-communal reading of the Rose”. Morton, Jonathan, Marco Nievergelt and John Marenbon, eds. The “Roman de la Rose” and thirteenth-century thought. Cambridge; New York: Cambridge University Press, 2019: 149-170. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108348799.008].

Montemaggi, Vittorio, and Lesley Sullivan Marcantonio. “Christ as turning point in Dante’s Commedia”. Beal, Jane, ed. Illuminating Jesus in the Middle Ages. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2019: 255-274. [online: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004409422_015].

Montemaggi, Vittorio. “Love, ideology, and inter-religious relations in the Commedia”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 197-209. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0012].

Moudarres, Andrea. “Between fathers and sons: Sowers of enmity in Inferno 28”. Moudarres, Andrea. The enemy in Italian Renaissance epic: Images of hostility from Dante to Tasso, Newark: University of Delaware Press, 2019: 15-42.

Munari, Alessandra. “The double nature of “source criticism”: Between philology and intertextuality”. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.1, (2019): 27-52. [Dante passim; online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585818813894].

Nodier, Charles. “The fantastic in literature”. transl. by Daniela Ginsburg, introd. of Elizabeth Berkebile McManus. Publications of the Modern Language Association of America 134.3, (2019): 540-554. [Ed. org. in Revue de Paris, 1830; Dante pp. 547-548; online: https://doi.org/10.1632/pmla.2019.134.3.540].

Nussmeier, Anthony. ““Ut exindie potionare possimus dolcissimum ydromellum” (DVE 1.1.1): “Dante satiro” and the De vulgari eloquentia”. Alfie, Fabian and Nicolino Applauso, eds. Dante satiro: Satire in Dante Alighieri’s Comedy and other works, Lanham; Boulder: Lexington Books, 2019: 93-115.

Nussmeier, Anthony. “Italian Studies: Duecento and Trecento (Dante)”. The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 79.1, (2019): 352-368. [online: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-07901022].

Olson, Kristina. “Ideology and pedagogy: The tensions of teaching Dante”. Dante Studies 137, (2019): 124-126. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/das.2019.0005].

Otis, Laura. “The bodily and cultural roots of emotion metaphors”. Otis, Laura. Banned emotions: How metaphors can shape what people feel, New York: Oxford University Press, 2019: 12-37. [Dante pp. 25-31; online: https://doi.org/10.1093/oso/9780190698904.003.0002].

Paden, William D. “The moon in Matfre”. Romance Philology 73.2, (2019): 349-364. [Dante p. 350; online: https://doi.org/10.1484/j.rph.5.118401].

Palumbo, Domenico. “Giustizia e legge nello Spaccio de la Bestia Triofante”. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.2, (2019): 375-388. [Dante pp. 382-385; online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585819831681].

Pearce, Joseph. “Dante: Assent’s ascent”. Pearce, Joseph. Literature: What every Catholic should know, San Francisco; Greenwood Village: Ignatius Press; Augustine Institute, 2019: 37-44.

Petracca, Eugene Anthony. “Ethics, antisemitism, and The Prioress’s Tale: A reparative approach”. Exemplaria 31.4, (2019): 293-314. [Dante passim; online: https://www.doi.org/10.1080/10412573.2019.1696058].

Piciché, Bernardo. “Diritto e letteratura a dialogo nella tradizione italiana: Introduzione al volume”. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.2, (2019): 201-231. [Dante pp. 201-203, 214-218; online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585819865457].

Pierson, Inga. “Piccarda’s weakness: Reflections on freedom, force, and femininity in Dante’s Paradiso”. Speculum 94.1, (2019): 68-95. [online: https://doi.org/10.1086/701060].

Planinc, Zdravko. “Politics, religion and love’s transgression: The political philosophy of Romeo and Juliet”. Philosophy and Literature. Baltimore 43.1, (2019): 11-37. [Dante p. 37; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/phl.2019/0001].

Provata-Carlone, Mika. ““A form in time”: A typographical Dante by Barrie Tullett, or a radical, new aesthetics for Dante’s Divine Comedy”. Dante Notes, (2019).

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Ramey, Lynn, David Neville, Sahar Amer, et alii. “Revisioning the Global Middle Ages: Immersive environments for teaching medieval languages online”. Digital Philology. A Journal of Medieval Cultures 8.1, (2019): 86-104. [Dante p. 92; online: https://doi.org/10.1353/dph.2019.0016].

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Rendall, Thomas. “Did Satan’s fall form hell? A persistent misreading in Inferno XXXIV”. Forum Italicum. A Journal of Italian Studies 53.1, (2019): 3-13. [online: https://doi.org/10.1177/0014585818812410].

Rutledge, Doug. ““Visibile parlare”: Ekphrastic images in the poetry of Angie Estes”. Rutledge, Doug, ed. The allure of grammar: The glamour of Angie Estes’s poetry, Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2019: 130-151. [Dante pp. 133-135].

Sabbatino, Marcello. “Il sangue reale della stirpe di Cadmo e la nobilta d’animo di Arcita nel Teseida del Boccaccio”. Italica. Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Italian 96.1, (2019): 5-20. [Dante pp. 14-15].

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Smilie, Ethan. “Simon Magus and his miseri seguaci: Dante’s simonists and Chaucer’s Summoner’s Tale”. Mediaevalia 40, (2019): 139-167. [online: https://doi.org/10.1353/mdi.2019.0005].

Söffner, Jan. “How to stay alive in your own story Ulysses in Dante and Homer”. Ramon Resina, Joan, ed. Inscribed identities: Life writing as self-realization, New York: Routledge, 2019: 107-117.

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Milonia, Stefano. Medium Aevum 88.1, (2019): 202-203.

Frisardi, Andrew, ed. Dante: “Convivio”: A Dual-Language Critical Edition, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018.

Gilson, Simon. Speculum 94.3, (2019): 832-833. [online: https://doi.org/10.1086/703891].

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Boccardo, Giovanni Battista, Massimiliano Corrado and Vittorio Celotto, eds. Ottimo commento alla “Commedia”. Roma: Salerno, 2018. voll. 3

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Kay, Tristan. Dante’s Lyric Redemption. Eros, Salvation, Vernacular Tradition. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016.

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