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Maggie Fritz-Morkin studies the literature and culture of medieval Italy. She has published numerous essays on the ethics of visceral language, and is finishing a book on obscenity in the literary works of Dante, Petrarch, and Boccaccio. Her current research interests include the obsession with fraud in late medieval Italy, conflicting theories of debt and obligation, and medieval women’s voices in the articulation of justice.

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