Amanda Weppler

B.A. Baylor University; M.M.S., University of Notre Dame

  • Interests: Dante; medieval Italian and French literature; medieval engagement with classical literature; political theory
  • Dissertation: Dante's Statius: Transforming Poetry
  • Advisor: Zygmunt Baranski
  • Conference Papers: "Dante and the Accessus of Statius," Medieval Studies Interdisciplinary Working Group, University of Notre Dame (2012); "“From Lancelot to Tristano: The Tavola Ritonda’s Borrowings from Chrétien de Troyes,” International Courtly Literature Society Congress, Montreal (2010); “Glossing in Cyberspace: Documenting Scribal Annotations in Digby MS 23,” 43rd International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University (2008)
  • Publications: “Anselm of Laon.” Oxford Dictionary of the Middle Ages. Oxford University Press (2011)
  • Recent Awards: Lilly Graduate Fellowship (2008-11); Presidential Fellowship