LINDA L. CARROLL
EMPLOYMENT AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1981- Tulane University: Assistant Professor then Associate Professor then Professor of Italian; Co-director, Italian Studies Program; Women's Studies Faculty Associate; member, Graduate Faculty
1975-1981 Gonzaga University: Instructor then Assistant Professor of Italian; 1978-1981 Chairperson, Department of Modern Languages
1977-1979 Whitworth College: Adjunct Assistant Professor of Linguistics
Princeton University: A.B. 1971; Participant, Critical Languages Program (Chinese)
Harvard University: M.A. 1972; Ph.D. 1977
Angelo Beolco (Il Ruzante) Boston: Twayne, 1990.
Language and Dialect in Ruzante and Goldoni. Ravenna: Longo, 1981.
Venice, Cità Excelentissima: Selections from the Renaissance Diaries of Marin Sanudo, Patricia Labalme and Laura Sanguineti White, editors, Linda Carroll, translator. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2008. Project partially funded by a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Rutgers University, and the George Lurcy Charitable and Educational Trust.
"How To (and How Not To) Get Married in Sixteenth-Century Venice. (Selections from the Diaries of Marin Sanudo)," by Patricia H. Labalme and Laura Sanguineti White with Translations by Linda Carroll, Renaissance Quarterly 52 (1999): 43-72.
Angelo Beolco (Il Ruzante), La prima oratione, edited and translated by Linda L. Carroll. Modern Humanities Research Association Critical Texts Vol. 16. London: Modern Humanities Research Association, 2008.
"A Newly-Discovered Charles V with Dog." Ateneo Veneto, ser. 3, 4.2 (2005), 43-77.
"'I have a good set of tools': The Shared Interests of Peasants and Patricians in Beolco's Lettera giocosa," Theatre, Opera, and Performance in Italy from the Fifteenth Century to the Present: Essays in Honour of Richard Andrews, ed. by Brian Richardson, Simon Gilson and Catherine Keen, Occasional Papers Number 6 (Egham, UK: The Society for Italian Studies, 2004), 83-98.
"Dating La Veniex[ia]na: The Venetian Patriciate and the Mainland Nobility at the End of the Wars of Cambrai, with a Note on Titian." Annuario dell'Istituto Romeno di cultura e ricerca umanistica(Venice) 5 (2003): 511-19.
"'Fools of the Dukes of Ferrara': Dosso, Ruzante, and Changing Este Alliances." MLN 18.1 (January, 2003; Italian Issue): 60-84.
"The Shepherd Meets the Cowherd: Ruzante's Pastoral, the Empire and Venice." Annuario dell'Istituto Romeno di cultura e ricerca umanistica (Venice) 4 (2002): 288-97. http://www.geocities.com/serban_marin/annuario2002.html
"Dating The Woman from Ancona: Venice and Ruzante's Theater after Cambrai." Sixteenth Century Journal 31 (2000): 963-85.
"Venetian Attitudes toward the Young Charles: Carnival, Commerce, and Compagnie della Calza."Young Charles V, 1500-1529. Ed. Alain Saint-Saëns. (New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2000), 13-52.
"Holy Anorexia Revisited: The Reputation of Fasting in the Case of Maria Janis." The Psychohistory Review 26 (1998): 115-36 (Shares some material with "The Spirit in the Body").
"The Spirit in the Body: Physical and Psychological Influence on Holy Anorexia in the Case of Maria Janis." American Society of Church History Papers (Portland, OR: Theological Research Exchange Network, 1995) [Microfiche series].
"Machiavelli's Veronese Prostitute: Venetia Figurata?" Gender Rhetorics: Postures of Dominance and Submission in History. Ed. Richard C. Trexler. Binghamton: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1994. 93-106.
"A Non-theistic Paradise in Renaissance Padua." (Translation and refinement of my "Un paradiso senza Dio nella Padova del Rinascimento"). Sixteenth Century Journal 24 (1993): 881-98.
"The Peasant as Imperialist: An Unpublished Canzone in Ruzantine Style." Italica 70 (1993): 197-211.
"Giorgione's Tempest: Astrology is in the Eyes of the Beholder." Reconsidering the Renaissance. Papers from the Twenty-First Annual Conference. Ed. Mario Di Cesare. Binghamton: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, 1992. 125-40.
"Who's on Top?: Gender as Societal Power Configuration in Italian Renaissance Drama." Sixteenth Century Journal 20 (1989): 531-58.
"Ruzante's Early Adaptations from More and Erasmus." Italica 66 (1989): 29-34.
"Authorial Defense in Boccaccio and Ruzante: From Liminal to Liminoid." Romance Quarterly(formerly Kentucky Romance Quarterly) 34 (1987): 103-16.
"Carnival Rites as Vehicles of Protest in Renaissance Venice." Sixteenth Century Journal 16 (1985): 487-502.
"Linguistic Correlates of Emotion in Ruzante." The Eleventh LACUS Forum 1984, Ed. Robert A. Hall, Jr. Columbia, South Carolina: Hornbeam Press, 1985. 377-91.
Fulbright Commission, National Endowment for the Humanities, Delmas Foundation, Newberry Library, American Philosophical Society, Georges Lurcy Faculty Research Fund
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