Deborah Parker

Deborah Parker is Professor of Italian. She holds a BA from the University of Toronto (1976) and an MA and PhD from Harvard (1985).

She is the author of Commentary and Ideology: Dante in the Renaissance (Duke University Press, 1992) and Bronzino: Renaissance Painter as Poet (Cambridge University Press, 2000).  She has authored more than thirty articles on Umberto Eco, Dante, Renaissance printing practices, medieval and Renaissance commentaries, and artist-poets of the Renaissance. Professor Parker is the general editor of The World of Dante. Special interests include artistic and literary interrelations in the Renaissance, Medicean Florence, Dante, and digital humanities computing. She is currently working on a book-length study of Michelangelo’s letters.

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