The Renaissance Studies Certificate Program congratulates Lisa Tagliaferri who will be graduating this Spring.
Lisa Tagliaferri defended her Comparative Literature dissertation this spring semester. Her project, Lyrical Mysticism: The Writing and Reception of Catherine of Siena explores issues of language, authority, transmission, and reception related to the literary texts of a 14th-century Italian mystic. Lisa has published articles on Renaissance studies and digital pedagogy in Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, Advances in Intelligent Computing, and has an article forthcoming in Digital Humanities Quarterly. The digital component of Lisa’s dissertation is available at https://caterina.io/[caterina.io]
We wish Lisa continued success in her future academic endeavors!