Early modern Italy, Italian colonialism, Gender Studies

Dr. Noel Fallows is Distinguished Research Professor of Spanish, and Associate Provost for International Education. He is also a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London and a Fellow of The Royal Historical Society. Dr. Fallows specializes in Spanish language, literature and culture of the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. In particular…

Steven Grossvogel has research interests in medieval Italian literature, especially the works of Boccaccio and Dante. He is the author of Ambiguity and Allusion in Boccaccio's Filocolo (Olschki, 1992). His articles have been published in Studi sul Boccaccio, Italiana, Il Veltro, MLN, and This Rough Magic.  He has also contributed to the Modern…

French Medieval Literature, with a specialization in the Old French epic; medievalism; literature and law.

Modern and contemporary French novel; ecocriticism; myth criticism.

19th and 20th century Latin American literatures. Modernization and Modernisms. Travel Writing. Journalism, politics and literature.

Specialization in Renaissance humanism, humanist pedagogy, epistolography and paleography. Current research project: Claude Dodieu: Lettres et papiers (working title).

Italian lyric and epic poetry, modern and contemporary fiction, women writers, literary theory, film studies, philosophy of education

Elizabeth R. Wright (Ph.D., Spanish literature, Johns Hopkins University, 1998).  See below for books, links to selected articles, and a list of grants/awards.

Elizabeth Wright studies and teaches about early modern Spain in the context of imperial expansion. She is also editor of the Bulletin of the Comediantes, the international…