“Kafka and Italy: A New Perspective on the Italian Literary Landscape,” Franz Kafka for the Twenty-first Century. Eds. Ruth Gross and Stanley Corngold. Rochester: NY: Camden House, 2011. 237-249.
“Svevo’s uomo senza qualità: Musil and Modernism in Italy,” Gender and Modernity in Central Europe: The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy and its Legacy. Ed. Agatha Schwarz. Ottawa: University of Ottawa, 2010. 83-101.
“‘So, then people do come here in order to live’: Interiority in the Novels of Rainer Maria Rilke and Scipio Slataper,” The Comparatist. Vol. 33: (May 2009) 109—131.
See the paper on Project Muse.
“Svevo’s Last Love: Kafka in Trieste and the Remapping of Italian Modernism,” Diversity, Otherness, and Pluralism in Italian Literature, Cinema, Language, and Pedagogy. Yesterday Today, and Tomorrow. Eds. F. Calabrese, L. Ghezzi, T. Lobalsamo, W. Schrobilgen. Ottawa: Legas Publishing, 2009. 87-109.
Selections from the Cronaca di Partenope and from Bonamente Aliprandi in The Virgilian Tradition: The First Fifteen Hundred Years. Eds. Jan M. Ziolkowski and Michael C. J. Putnam (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 2008) 945—953, 991—1000.