Lisa completed her PhD in Comparative Literature and Renaissance Studies at the Grad Center
The Graduate Center || Ph.D. Student || Comparative Literature || Renaissance Studies Certificate || 2017
University of London || MSc || Computing and Information Systems || 2013
Binghamton University || M.A. || Comparative Literature || Certificate in Translation
Macaulay Honors College at Hunter College || B.A. || Italian || Studio Art
“Building a Student-Centered(Digital) Learning Community with Undergraduates,” co-authored with Danica Savonick. Digital Humanities Quarterly: Imagining the DH Undergraduate (2017) (forthcoming).
“Open-Access Student-Centered Learning: The open web as a collaborative space for higher education in public.” Advances in Intelligent Computing, Vol. 545: Interactive Collaborative Learning, Springer Series (2017), pp. 605-619.
“Mi fanno male i capelli: Paranoia and Pain in Antonioni’s Red Desert.” The International Journal of Literature and Psychology, 2 (forthcoming).
“‘A Gentlewoman of the Courte’: Introducing and Translating the Court Lady.” Ceræ: An Australasian Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies, 3 (2016).
“Aspetterà: Anna and Claudia, L’avventuraand the Neutral.” The Quint: An Interdisciplinary Quarterly 6.2 (2014), pp. 149-175.
[Comparative Literature], [Renaissance], [Medieval Studies], [Humanism], [Italian Literature], [Paleography], [Manuscript Studies], [Film], [Digital Humanities], [Technology], [Educational Gaming]
CUNY Graduate Center