The Devers Series in Dante and Medieval Italian Literature
In keeping with the spirit that inspired the creation of the Devers Program, the Devers series takes Dante and medieval Italian literature as focal points that draw together the many disciplines and lines of inquiry that constitute a cultural tradition without fixed boundaries. Accordingly, the series hopes to illuminate this cultural tradition with contemporary critical debates in the humanities by reflecting both the highest quality of scholarly achievement and the greatest diversity of critical perspectives.
The series publishes works from a wide variety of disciplinary viewpoints and in diverse scholarly genres, including critical studies, commentaries, editions, reception studies.
Titles in the Series
- Vol. 1 (1995): Dante Now: Current Trends in Dante Studies, edited by Theodore J. Cachey, Jr.
- Vol. 2 (1997): The Fiore in Context: Dante, France, Tuscany, edited by Zygmunt G. Baranski and Patrick Boyde
- Vol. 3 (1999): The Design in the Wax, by Marc Cogan
- Vol. 4 (2000): The Fiore and the Detto d’ Amore, translated, with introduction and notes, by Santa Casciani and Christopher Kleinhenz
- Vol. 5 (2003): Dante and the Grammar of the Nursing Body, by Gary P. Cestaro
- Vol. 6 (2004): Understanding Dante, by John A. Scott
- Vol. 7 (2005): Experiencing the Afterlife: Soul and Body in Dante and Medieval Culture, by Manuele Gragnolati
- Vol. 8 (2007): Accounting for Dante: Urban Readers and Writers in Late Medieval Italy, by Justin Steinberg
- Vol. 9 (2008): The Ancient Flame: Dante and the Poets, by Winthrop Wetherbee
- Vol. 10 (2009): Petrarch & Dante: Anti-Dantism, Metaphysics, Tradition, edited by Zygmunt G. Baranski and Theodore J. Cachey, Jr.
- Vol. 11 (2010): Dante’s Commedia: Theology as Poetry, edited by Vittorio Montemaggi and Matthew Treherne
- Vol. 12 (2011): Freedom Readers: The African American Reception of Dante Alighieri and the Divine Comedy, by Dennis Looney
- Vol. 13 (2013): Interpreting Dante: Essays on the Traditions of Dante Commentary, edited by Paola Nasti and Claudia Rossignoli