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Boffa, Andrea
 

Boffa, Andrea

Curriculum Vitae

Adjunct Lecturer
History, Philosophy and Anthropology

Phone: 718-262-2635
Office Location: AC-3D08
ABoffa@york.cuny.edu

Education

Degree Institution Field Dates
PhD  Stony Brook University  History  2015 
MA  University of Windsor  History  2004 
BA  University of Toronto  English and Medieval Studies  2000 

Articles in Field Of Expertise

Boffa, Andrea. "Creating Identity through the Act of Will-Making: A Case Study of Fourteenth-Century Wills by the Women of Lucca." Medieval Prosopography. 33 2018: 209-221.

Chapters in Field Of Expertise

Boffa, Andrea. "Friendship and Resistance in the Vitae of Italian Holy Women." Women's Friendship in Medieval Literature. 2022: .

Presented Papers, Lectures, and Exhibitions and Performances

" Medievalism on the Menu: Exploring the Middle Ages One Recipe at a Time " May 2019: International Congress of Medieval Studies.

" Working Motherhood, Margaret of Cortona, and the Academic Dream " May 2018: International Congress of Medieval Studies.

" A Saint and Her City: Holy Women in Urban Italy " November 2017: Southeastern Medieval Association Annual Conference.

" Models of Female Friendship in the Lives of the Saints " May 2017: International Congress of Medieval Studies.

" The Challenges of Food and Friendship in the Vita of Margaret of Cortona " May 2016: International Congress on Medieval Studies.

" Female Fellowship in Fourteenth-Century Lucca: Finding Women’s Communities through Their Wills " May 2012: International Congress on Medieval Studies.

" Finding Female Friends in Late Medieval Italy " April 2010: Inter-University Doctoral Consortium Medieval Studies Colloquium.

" The Social Circle of Umiliana De’ Cerchi: Pious Opportunity and Franciscan Strategy " May 2008: International Congress on Medieval Studies.

" ’sua social specialissima et fideli amica:’ St. Benevenuta and her Friends " October 2006: Midwest Medieval History Conference.

" Pleasure, Power and Procreation: Female Agency in the Medieval Marriage Bed " April 2004: Fort Garry Lectures in History, University of Manitoba.