My research has focused on the early modern Italian fairy tale and its relationship to the discourses of monstrosity, science, and gender. Currently, I am working on the intersection of emotions (love), literature, and the law for a monograph tentatively titled 'Love on Trial in Renaissance Italy.' I am particularly interested in the ways that a new information technology (printing) shaped the discourse on love and the law. I am also active as a translator and editor of early modern Italian texts.
Italian fairy tales, early modern Italian women writers, monstrosity, gender in the Renaissance, literature and the law, translation and editing of early modern Italian texts, pedagogy,digital humanities