Current and recent theses
- Adrian Buncuga, ‘A typological study of the subjunctive in Italian’. Joint Honours with the Department of Linguistics. Supervisor: Antonia Rubino.
- Daniel Canaris, 'Filologia e filosofia. The significance of Vico's union of filosofia and filologia to Manzoni's historiographical and aesthetic theory'. Supervisor: Francesco Borghesi.
- Anna-Lisa Doumani, 'Hunter or Hero? A study of the characterisation of a Medici Prince in Poliziano's Stanze'. Supervisor: Francesco Borghesi.
- Matthew Forwood, 'Poetry and the rise of the Renaissance Artist'. Joint Honours with the Department of History. Supervisor: Francesco Borghesi.
- Will Introna, ‘Philosophy of the Sublime in the poetry of Giacomo Leopardi’. Supervisor: Giorgia Alù.
- Lara Johnson, ‘Le memorie di Carla Capponi e Rosario Bentivegna. La lotta per la Resistenza’. Supervisor: Maria Cristina Mauceri.
- Travis McKenna, 'Machiavelli and Petrarch. Morality, politics and virtue'. Supervisor: Francesco Borghesi.
Taylor C. Miller, ‘Australian and Italian Surfing. A Comparative Study’. Supervisor: Maria Cristina Mauceri.
- Cara Ghassemian, 'The melancholy of the Operette Morali by Giacomo Leopardi'. Supervisor: Francesco Borghesi.
- Paul Croci, ‘The Translation of Zeno. Comparing the two English translations of La coscienza di Zeno by Italo Svevo’. Supervisor: Giorgia Alù.
- Catherine Davis, ‘Women in Contemporary Italy: Explorations of Female Time, Space and the Body’. Supervisor: Paolo Bartoloni
- Jacinta Mulders, ‘Fellini’s understanding of reality and the cinema in 8 ½’. Supervisor: Giorgia Alù.
- Romina Accurso, ‘On Buffy and Dante.'
- Maria Capobianco, ‘Harry Potter and the Italian Translations: Transfiguring “treacle tart”, “school houses” and “robes.”’
- Vincenzina Criniti, ‘Multilingualism in Online Exchanges: a Study of the In Italiano Chatroom.'
- Danielle Gehrmann, ‘Language dynamics in multilingual Switzerland: The position of Italian.'
- Kerry Hardman, ‘Goldoni, ‘Le Bourru bienfaisant and its Italian and English translations.'
- Katherine Jacka, ‘Roger II and Kitab Rujar: A World geography created in twelfth-century Sicily.' Joint Honours with the Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies.
- Robert Kelly, ‘Philosophy of Time or Philosopher’s Stone? Antonio Negri’s Alchemy: Revolutionary Time and Pure Democracy.'
- Justine Marshall, ‘In the Service of Love: Feminism and Morality in Goldoni’s La serva amorosa.'
- Pip Muratore, ‘Is it Wise? The Education of the Witch in Arthurian Narrative and Italian Epic.' Joint Honours with the Department of of French Studies.