Scott Millspaugh

  • ITS Liaison, Leslie Center for the Humanities

  • Instructional Designer, Educational Technologies

Scott holds a Ph.D. in Italian and Medieval Studies from the University of California, Berkeley, and has published on thirteenth-century Italian lyric poetry and rhetorical culture. He is co-leader, along with Laurence Hooper and Graziella Parati, of DanteLab, which updates Robert Hollander’s Dartmouth Dante Project with a customizable interface that allows users to read across the text of the Divine Comedy, translations of the poem, and over 75 commentaries from the 14th century through today. In addition to the Romance lyric, medieval rhetorical practice, and Dante, Scott’s research interests also include the intersection between digital scholarship, technology in the classroom, and experiential learning.


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