Assistant Professor of Italian
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At UNC since 2016
Ph.D., The University of Chicago
M.A., The University of Chicago
B.A., Bowdoin College
Maggie Fritz-Morkin studies 13th-14th c. Italian literature, with research interests in the history of rhetoric and authorship, visceral speech, medieval theories of debt, urban studies, and the rhetoric of medieval medicine.
- “Appunti sul Petrarca osceno.” Laureatus in Urbe I. Eds. Luca Marcozzi and Paolo Rigo (Rome: Aracne, 2019) 129-138.
- “Obscene Exchanges: Decameron VIII.2,” in Lecturae Boccaccii: Day Eight in Perspective. Ed. William Robins (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2020). Forthcoming
- “Dante’s Blood Elegies,” Dante Studies 135 (2017): 107-135.
- “‘Se io mi trascoloro, non ti maravigliar’: Peter’s invective and colores rhetorici in Paradiso 27” (forthcoming).
- “Andreuccio at the Well: Sanitation Infrastructure and Civic Values in Decameron II,5,” Heliotropia 700/10: A Boccaccio Anniversary Volume, ed. Michael Papio (Milan: Edizioni Universitari di Lettere Economia Diritto, 2013) 49-59.
- Obscenity and Censorship in the Tre Corone (book manuscript in progress)
- ITAL 240: Dante’s Divine Comedy in Translation
- ITAL 346: Women Writers in Early Modern Italy
- ITAL 359: Medieval Frauds
- ITAL 370: Poetry, Parchment, Polis
- ITAL 731: Dante’s Poiesis
- ITAL 732: The Languages of Hell
- ITAL 752: Italian Renaissance Literature II: The Cinquecento
- ITAL 830: Ante Dante: The Origins of Vernacular Italian Literature
- ITAL 830: Petrarch’s Many Tongues
- ITAL 830: Boccaccio’s Decameron