Dr. Jessica Goethals was featured in an article in La Voce di New York, an Italian-language newspaper, about the conference “Marching on Rome: Contesting the Eternal City Through the Centuries”
Day of the Dead celebration held at the Department of Modern Languages & Classics; sponsored by the Spanish Club/LEASF. The altar was dedicated to Frida Kahlo. The “calaveras literarias” (skul\l
Jessica Goethals’ and Eugenio Refini’s co-edited special journal edition Genre-Bending in Early Modern Performative Culture, was published by The Italianist in 2020 as issue 40.3. The issue also contains Dr.
Dr. Goethals’ critical edition and translation, with Sara Díaz, of Margherita Costa’s The Buffoons, A Ridiculous Comedy appeared. The bilingual edition is published by the Arizona Center for Medieval and
Dr. Goethals is announced as the recipient of the Best Article Prize for 2017-18 in Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal for her contribution “The Bizarre Muse: The Literary Persona of Margherita
Congratulations to new faculty member Dr. Jessica Goethals on receiving a prestigious Folger Library Fellowship for Spring 2017!