Publications

Digital edition:

  • 2013-present. The Petrarchive.org. An edition of Petrarch’s songbook Rerum Vulgarium Fragmenta (H. Wayne Storey, John Walsh and Isabella Magni)

Articles and book chapters:

  • “Visualizing Petrarch’s poetics” in Humanist Studies and the Digital Age. Oregon Digital Journals. Winter 2017.
  • “Digital Humanities and Italian Studies”, collaborative essay with A. Cooper, S. Ferrando, C. Hall, B. Hennessey, D. Leisawitz and M. Lollini, forthcoming in California Italian Studies. University of California. 2017.
  • “Reading the Comedy in Manuscripts: Material Philology in Dante Studies”, with H. Wayne Storey in the MLA volume Teaching Dante’s Divine Comedy. 2017.
  • “The Fragmenta’s Timeline: Models for Reconstructing and Interpreting the Text”, in special issue Italian Songbooks, ed. Paul Schleuse and Olivia Holmes (accepted and forthcoming at Mediaevalia), 2017.
  • “Thinking digital: Donna mi uene spesso ne la mente as a fundamental yet unstable text in the study of the Fragmenta”, with Prof. John Walsh in Digital Philology 5.2, Johns Hopkins University Press, 2016.
  • “I codici paralleli dei Fragmenta“, in Medioevo letterario d’Italia. Vol. 12, 2015.
  • Django unchained: uno spaghetti western made by Tarantino, “Luci e Ombre” vol. IV: 114-116.

Articles in progress:

  • “Interpretative mediations of Petrarch’s Fragmenta: from the editio princeps to new digital practices”, in progress (2018).
  • “Plotting poetry” with John A. Walsh, in progress (2018).
  • “Producing and assembling medieval books: the material organization of the final triptych of Dante’s Purgatorio in MMS Italicus 1”, in progress (2018).

Reviews:

  • K. SP. Staikos. The Greek Editions of Aldus Manutius and His Greek Collaborators.i in “The Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America”. Winter 2017.
  • Colombo, Davide. Foscolo e i commentatori danteschi. in “Quaderni d’italianistica: Revue officielle de la société canadienne pour les études italiennes”. Vol. XXXVII: 2016.
  • Maggie Kilgour and Elena Lombardi, eds. Dantean Dialogues: Engaging with the Legacy of Amilcare Iannucci. in “Italica”. 2014.
  • Helena Sanson, ‘Orsù non più signora, […] tornate a segno’: Womwn, Language, Games and Debates in Cinquecento Italy, in “La Rassegna della letteratura italiana” CXVII/1 (2013): 211-212.
  • Roberto Rossellini documentarista. Una cultura della realtà. in “Luci e Ombre”, vol. II: 98-100.