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Francesco Ciabattoni

Department of Italian

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Francesco Ciabattoni is the Term Professor in Italian Literature at Georgetown University and a specialist in medieval Italian literature. His research focuses on Dante and the Middle Ages, the twentieth-century short story, and the interplay of music and literature. Ciabattoni is author of Dante’s Journey to Polyphony (2010) and co-editor of The Decameron Third Day in Perspective (2014). In spring 2021, he taught a class through the Doyle Seminars program, which is supported by the Berkley Center.