Roberta Morosini, associate professor of romance languages, received a fellowship to study at the Liguria Study Center in Bogliasco, Italy, earlier this year. She recently edited a book, “Boccaccio Geografo,” a collection of articles that examines the work of the 14th-century Italian geographer. He was the first to write a full treatise on the rivers, lakes and mountains of Italy and the first to study the Canary Islands. She was interviewed about the book by a TV station in Florence, Italy. Read more.