Maria Romagnoli

Contact Information

Name 
Maria Romagnoli
Position Educator Associate Professor
Office Location McMicken Hall Room 110D
Email maria.romagnoli@uc.edu
Phone (513) 556-1388
Fax (513) 556-5960
Mail Location 0069

 

Maria Romagnoli

Professional Summary

Exile and Displacement in Postmodern Literature: Winter 2002, 2004 and 2006 Dante and Translation Theory: Spring 2001, Fall 2004, Spring 2007 The Divine Comedy: Winter 1994 Comparative Literature Seminar (Capstone): Spring 2003, Fall 2006 and Fall 2007 Modern Fiction I (premodernism): Summer 2001-7, Fall 2002-2007 Modern fiction II (modernism): Winter 2002-2008 Modern Fiction III (postmodernism): spring 1995-98; 2000 -7 Western Traditions in Literature: Winter 2004-2008 Topics in Literature and Readings in Literature: 1. War and Literature: Spring 1994 2. Faust in Literature and Music: Fall 1996, Fall 1997, Winter 2001 3. Medievalisms, Fall 2001, Spring 2004 4. By Women and on Women (Medieval Women Writers…and a Few Men): Summer 2002, Fall 2003 World Literature I (epic): Fall 1994, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002; Spring 2004, Fall 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 World Literature II (tragedy): Winter 1995-98; 2000-2003; 2005-8 World Literature III (comedy and satire): Summer 2000-7; Spring 2002, 2003, 2005 and 2006 English Composition 101: Fall 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, and 2000 English Composition 102: Winter 1996, Winter 1998, and 2000 English Composition 103: Spring 1996, Summer 1996, Winter 1997, Spring 1997, Spring 1998, Spring 2000, and Summer 2000 Interdisciplinary Courses European Studies Graduate Workshop Fall 2007

Peer Reviewed Publications

"Due lettere inedite di Galileo Galilei." Annali dell'Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza di Firenze 7 (1982): 29-34.

Book Chapters

"Essays in Honor of Dante Della Terza." Andreas Capellanus and His Colleagues. Cambridge, Ma: Harvard University Press, 1996.

Arden, Heather. "The Roman de la rose: an annotated bibliography." New York: Garland, 1993.

Other Publications

Swain, Elizabeth Ward. "Strategia matrimoniale in casa Gonzaga: il caso di Barbara e Ludovico." Civilta' Mantovana 14 (1986): 1-14.

Gunzberg, Lynn M. "D'Annunzio Naif: Primitivismo e Arcaismo nella Figlia di Iorio." Lettere Italiane 4 (1984): 545-570.

Paper Presentations

Monna Tessa’s Fantasima: Eros, Food, and Fear in Decameron VII.1.. Ohio Medieval Colloquium, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio. 10/27/2007.

Ricciarda’s Goslings: a Woman Philosopher in Giovanni da Prato’s Paradiso degli Alberti. 41st International Congress on Medieval Studies. 05-2006.

39th International Congress on Medieval Studies. . 05-2004.

Italo Calvino and the Naming of The Invisible Cities. Kentucky Foreign Languages Conference. 04-2003.

Two Volgarizzamenti of Capellanus’ De amore . 37th International Congress on Medieval Studies. 05-2002.

Early Misreadings of the De amore . Constructing genealogies, University of Notre Dame. 09-1999.

Antimatrimonial Discourses in the Age of Courtly Love. 32nd International Congress on Medieval Studies. 05-1997.

Andreas Capellanus and His Colleagues. 30th International Congress on Medieval Studies. 05-1995.