Credentials: PhD, UW-Madison
Position title: Teaching Faculty II of Italian, Director of the Italian Language Program
738 Van Hise Hall
Dr. Eadie’s research focuses on Italian Renaissance literature, particularly the intersections between philological studies and literary creation in the 15th Century. Other interests include Italian theater, queer language and imagery in Renaissance literature, and the early modern origins of the horror genre.
- “The play’s the thing wherein I’ll show the glory of the (Heavenly) King: Medieval Spectacle in Dante’s Purgatorio” in Dante’s Volume From Alpha to Omega: Inscriptions on the Poet’s Universe, Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, 2021, pp. 274-294.
- “L’arte culinaria” in Problemi di critica goldoniana, diretti da M. Pastore Stocchi e G. Pizzamiglio, vol 16. tomo 3, Ravenna: Longo Editore, 2009. pp. 111-114.