Grace Delmolino is a PhD candidate in the Department of Italian and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University. She is Senior Assistant Editor of Digital Dante. Her principal areas of research are Dante, Boccaccio, medieval law, and gender studies. These research interests coalesce in her dissertation, which explores how Boccaccio’s study of canon law informed his treatment of socio-legal issues involving women, gender, marriage and sexuality. Her first article, “The Economics of Conjugal Debt from the Decretum to Decameron 2.10,” will be published in Reconsidering Boccaccio: Medieval Contexts and Global Intertexts (eds. Olivia Holmes and Dana Stewart, under review).