The French of Italy Project brings together scholars from different disciplines and approaches to study the French texts created in Italy from the thirteenth to the fifteenth centuries.
Plans are in order for an advisory board and increased participation from a wide range of interested scholars.
The French of Italy Project aims to
- Reach scholars working on this repertoire
- Encourage scholarship on these texts
- Serve as a point of discourse
Scholars who have contributed or are currently contributing to the French of Italy Website include:
Susanna Barsella, Katherine Briant, Michael Diaz de la Portilla, Richard Epstein, Heather Hill, Melissa Kapitan, Stephen Patrick McCormick, Megan Moore, Laura Morreale, Robert Nayden, Brian Reilly, Christopher Rose
For opportunities to contribute, see our submissions page.