Amy Boylan

Associate Professor
Phone: (603) 862-3551
Office: Classics, Humanities, & Italian Studies, Murkland Hall Rm 317, Durham, NH 03824
Amy Boylan

Education

  • Ph.D., University of California - Los Angeles
  • M.A., Humanities, San Francisco State University
  • M.A., University of California - Los Angeles
  • B.A., University of California - Los Angeles

Research Interests

  • National memorials in Italian literature and art

Courses Taught

  • ITAL 401: Elementary Italian I
  • ITAL 402: Elementary Italian II
  • ITAL 425: Stdy/Intro to Italian Studies
  • ITAL 444: Italians Come to America
  • ITAL 504: Intermediate Italian II
  • ITAL 510: Rome
  • ITAL 521: Italian Lit Translation 13-16C
  • ITAL 525: Italian Cinema
  • ITAL 595: Practicum
  • ITAL 631: Adv Conversation&Composition I
  • ITAL 651: Intro Italian Cult&Civilztn I
  • ITAL 685: UNH-in-Italy Study Abroad:
  • ITAL 686: UNH-in-Italy Study Abroad

Selected Publications

Boylan, A. (2017). "Democratizing the Memorial Landscape: Casamemoria Vittimemafia's Calendar of Loss". In R. Pickering Iazzi (Ed.), The Italian Mafia, New Media, and the Culture of Legality (pp. 102-120). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Boylan, A. (2014). Arms, Wombs and Tears: The Mother's Body in Women's Writing about War in Early Twentieth-Century Italy. Italica, 91(4), 666-685.

Dickie, J., O'Rawe, C., Boylan, A., De Luca, G., Lombardi, G., Karagoz, C., . . . Gordon, R. (2013). Italy's Other Mafias in Italian Film and Television: A Roundtable. Italianist: Journal of the Department of Italian Studies, University of Reading and of the Department of Italian, University of Cambridge, 33(2), 190-230. doi:10.1179/0261434013Z.00000000043

Boylan, A. (2013). "Unresolved Commemoration: Memorials to Victims of Homophobic Violence in Italy". The Italianist, 33(1).

Boylan, A. (2012). Maternity, Mortality and Mourning in the Trench Poetry of World War I. Forum Italicum: A Journal of Italian Studies, 46(2), 380-402. doi:10.1177/001458581204600206

Boylan, A. (2012). MEMORY, HISTORY AND A MOTHER'S RESISTANT MOURNING IN GIUSEPPE DESSI'S IL DISERTORE. QUADERNI D ITALIANISTICA, 33(2), 133-149. Retrieved from http://gateway.webofknowledge.com/

Boylan, A. (2011). Maternal Images in Song, Bronze, and Rhetoric: Mercantini's 'Inno di Garibaldi', Baroni's Monumento ai Mille , and D'Annunzio's Orazione per la sagra dei Mille. Italian Studies, 66(1), 40-58. doi:10.1179/007516311X12918079775587

Boylan, A. (2011). "Masculinities and the Commemoration of World War I: Gabriele D'Annunzio and Eugenio Baroni". Italian Culture, 29, 3-17.

Boylan, A. (2011). Pasquale Scimeca's Placido Rizzotto: A Different View of Corleone. In Mafia Movies: A Reader (pp. 312-319). Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P.

Boylan, A. (2010). The Appropriation of Public Spaces in Ferzan Ozpetek's Le fate ignoranti and Cuore sacro. Annali d'Italianistica, 28, 410-429.

Most Cited Publications