ISCAD Annotated Bibliographies provide a research and teaching tool which currently does not exist.
Without aiming at being exhaustive, these annotated bibliographies offer a commented selection of bibliographical records, as well as a quick overview of the state of the literature about selected critical categories in Dante studies. As such, they constitute a helpful starting point when exploring a new topic, a guide to navigate the ocean of Dante studies and a resource when building a syllabus on Dante, making it easier to integrate critical studies and to develop specific modules on the history of Dante scholarship.
These bibliographies are compiled and edited by doctoral and post-doctoral students as well as junior scholars, working as Research Assistants under the supervision of E. Brilli at the University of Toronto, thanks to a variety the bibliographical resources, including the International Dante Bibliography edited by the Società Dantesca Italiana and the Dante Society of America.
When using these bibliographies, please remember to acknowledge the work of these students and scholars. Thanks!