Elisa Brilli

Elisa Brilli is Associate Professor in Italian Literature at the University of Toronto. With G. Milani, she recently published Dante. Des vies Nouvelles (2021). She authored the monograph Firenze e il Profeta (2012) and the critical edition of the Alphabetum Narrationum by Arnold of Liège (2015), and co-edited a number of collective scholarly volumes, such as Faire l’Anthropologie historique du Moyen Âge (2010); Images and Words in Exile (2015); Augustine, Augustinians and Augustinianisms in the Italian Trecento (2019) and Dominicans and the Making of the Florentine Cultural Identity (2020).


Augustine and the Humanists
  • Series: Colibri. Collected Studies in History and Literature
  • Edited by: Guy Claessens & Fabio Della Schiava
  • ISBN: 9789464447620
  • Published: 2021/11
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