Grace Delmolino is Assistant Professor of Italian at the University of California, Davis and Associate Editor of Digital Dante. Her work focuses on Dante, Boccaccio, medieval canon law, and the history of consent. She received her PhD from the Department of Italian and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society at Columbia University (2018). She is presently completing a book on Boccaccio’s study of canon law, which shaped his treatment of socio-legal issues involving women, gender, marriage and sexuality. She has published several essays on Boccaccio and the law, and is currently also working on a project that examines the role of lawyers and legal culture in the Divine Comedy.