William and Katherine Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature
Series Editor(s): Zygmunt Baranski, University of Notre Dame, Theodore Cachey, University of Notre Dame, Christian Moevs, University of Notre Dame
In collaboration with the Medieval Institute at the University of Notre Dame, the Devers Program initiated a series dedicated to the publication of the most significant current scholarship in the field of Dante studies. In 2011, the scope of the series was expanded to encompass thirteenth- and fourteenth-century Italian literature. In keeping with the spirit that inspired the creation of the Devers program, the series takes Dante and medieval Italian literature as focal points that draw together the many disciplines and lines of inquiry that constitute a cultural tradition without fixed boundaries. Accordingly, the series hopes to illuminate this cultural tradition with contemporary critical debates in the humanities by reflecting both the highest quality of scholarly achievement and the greatest diversity of critical perspectives.
Open Series: If you are an author with a proposal that seems to fit one of the Open series, please submit it to our Acquisitions Department.
Essays on the Early Modern Impact of Giovanni Boccaccio and His Works
Published: June 2019
The African American Reception of Dante Alighieri and the Divine Comedy
Published: March 2011