Congratulations to CMS student Eva Plesnik, whose work on the 2020 Annual American Dante Bibliography is now available online!
The Dante Society has released the online version of the bibliography with the announcement posted below. Special thanks go to Eva Plesnik, the compiler of the bibliography, and to CMS for funding the project. CMS will lead the project again in 2021 with two research assistants, Eva Plesnik and Martha Culshaw.
Announcement from the Dante Society
The DSA Bibliography Committee is pleased to announce the publication online of the American Dante Bibliography for 2020. It is available in downloadable PDF and Word formats as well as a searchable and browsable HTML file on the Dante Society's website.
The bibliography is intended to include all publications relating to Dante (books, articles, translations, reviews) published in North America in 2020, including reviews published in North American journals of books published elsewhere.
The entries are also included in the comprehensive Bibliografia Dantesca Internazionale/International Dante Bibliography database, maintained by the Società Dantesca Italiana with the collaboration of the Dante Society of America since 2017.
We are grateful to the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto, for its generous support of this year’s bibliography, which was compiled once again by PhD student Eva Plesnik.
Please send notices of any corrections or omissions, as well as notifications of publications issued in 2020 or forthcoming in 2021, to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please refer to the Society's mailing list policy regarding announcements of recent books.
Dante Society of America
Anna Wainwright (Chair, University of New Hampshire)
Elisa Brilli (Bibliographer, University of Toronto)
Christian Dupont (ex officio, as Secretary-Librarian, Boston College)