### Recent Submissions

• #### Late Latin Verb Second: The Sentential Word Order of the Itinerarium Egeriae ﻿

In this article we undertake a systematic study of the Itinerarium Egeriae, one of the best known late Latin texts, to determine the proper characterization of the word order of the text and to consider in particular whether ...
• #### Invitations to Participate : Bernard's Sign ﻿

(Fabrizio Serra editore, 2017)
This essay sets out a case for a ‘participatory’ mode of reading rooted in collaborative engagement with the formal structures of Dante’s $\textit{Commedia}$. Deploying new tools relating to embodied simulation from videogame ...
• #### Holocaust Intersections in 21st-Century Europe: An Introduction ﻿

Two vignettes of contemporary memory politics, from the beginning and the end of the very recent period of cultural history that interests us, help to set out in the first part of this Introduction some coordinates for the ...
• #### GRAMMATICHE DELL’ITALIANO “POUR LES DAMES” NEL SETTECENTO: ANTONIO CURIONI FRA PARIGI E LONDRA ﻿

(Taylor & Francis, 2016)
Across eighteenth-century Europe, a number of authors composed grammars, of their own language or of foreign languages, either dedicated to a ‘lady’ or addressed to a readership of ‘ladies’. Grammarians who indicated in ...