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theorizing genre
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Courtney Joseph Wells Cobbling Together the Lyric Text: Parody, Imitation, and Obscenity in the Old Occitan Cobla Anthologies
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Francesco Marco Aresu Visual Discourse in Petrarch’s Sestinas
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Lorenzo Sacchini The Cinquecento Italian Madrigal in Theory and Practice: The Case of Filippo Massini (1559–1618)
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Giuseppe Gerbino Music of Words and Words in Music: The Sound of Gravità in the Italian Madrigal
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assembling the songbook
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Laura Banella Boccaccio as Anthologist and the Dawn of Editorial Auctoritas
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Martin Eisner Dante’s Ballata: The Personification of Poetry and the Authority of the Vernacular in the Vita nuova
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Isabella Magni The Fragmenta’s Timeline: Models for Reconstructing and Interpreting the Text
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K. Dawn Grapes Italian Artistry, English Innovation: Thomas Watson’s Italian Madrigalls Englished (1590)
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Dennis Looney Dante Politico: An Introduction
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Donatella Stocchi-Perucchio Dante Politico: Toward a Mapping of Dante’s Political Thought
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Rossella Bonfatti Performing Dante or Building the Nation?: The Divina Commedia between Dramaturgy of Exile and Public Festivities
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Martino Marazzi “Our Brother Dante”: Dantesque Reappropriations in Italian America
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Elena Borelli Dante in Gabriele D’Annunzio’s Poetry and Prose: From Mystical Lover to Poeta Vate
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Martin Elsky The Sexcentenary Commemoration of Dante’s Death and the German Re-Confessionalization of Dante: Friedrich Muckermann and der Gral
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Donatella Stocchi-Perucchio Giovanni Gentile’s Reading of Dante as Prophet of the State in interiore homine
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Stefano Selenu Reading Dante Impolitically: Gramsci’s Contrapuntal Criticism of Inferno 10
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Nicolino Applauso Dante, Berlusconi, and the Bordello State: Paolo Sylos Labini’s and James Walston’s Democratic Dante at the Ebb of the Seconda Repubblica
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Marilynn R. Desmond Medieval Futures: The Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Binghamton University, 1966–2016
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Helene Scheck Future Perfect: Reading Temporalities at the Royal Women’s Monastery at Chelles, ca. 660–1050
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Barbara Abou-El-Haj Producing the Route of St. James: The Camino de Santiago in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries
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