Bibliography of Scholarly Works

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Luca Signorelli, Detail from “Dante With Scenes from the Divine Comedy,” 1499-1502, Duomo, Orvieto

This list was created by searching multiple databases (MLA, Art Abstracts, etc.) in July of 2013.  We will update the list as we receive new source sightings.  Source sightings should be sent to asaiber@bowdoin.edu.


DANTE AND THE VISUAL ARTS

    1. Barolsky, Paul. “Dante and the Modern Cult of the Artist.” Arion: A Journal of Humanities and the Classics 12.2 (Fall, 2004): 1-15. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
    2. Barricelli, Jean-Pierre. “Dante: Inferno I in the Visual Arts.” Dante Studies, With the Annual Report of the Dante Society 114 (1996): 15-39. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
    3. Barricelli, Jean-Pierre. “Dante in the Arts: A Survey.” Dante Studies, With the Annual Report of the Dante Society 114 (1996): 79-93. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
    4. Barricelli, Jean-Pierre. “The Conscious and the Subconscious: Rauschenberg and Dalí Face Dante.” Comparative Literature Studies 24.4 (1987): 353-369. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
    5. Braida, Antonella, Luisa Calè, and Alex Cooper. Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
    6. Kleinhenz, Christopher. “On Dante and the Visual Arts.” Dante for the New Millennium. 274-292. New York, NY: Fordham UP, 2003. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
    7. Owen, Rachel. “The Image of Dante, Poet and Pilgrim.” Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. 83-94. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
    8. Schiaffini, Ilaria. “From Hell to Paradise or the Other Way Round? Salvador Dalí’s Divina Commedia.” Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. 141-150. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
    9. Sorella, Antonio. “La Commedia di Dante illustrata dai più grandi artisti dal medioevo ad oggi.” Fu Jen Studies: Literature & Linguistics 35.(2003): 1-15. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
    10. Ulivi, F. Omaggio a Dante degli artisti italiani di oggi. Rome, Italy: Ist. grafico tiberino, 1960. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
    11. Vogel, Lucy. “Symbolist’s Inferno: Blok and Dante.” The Russian Review 29 (January 1970): 38-51.
    12. Ward, Jerry W., Jr. “The System of Dante’s Hell: Underworlds of Art and Liberation.” Griot: Official Journal of the Southern Conference on Afro-American Studies, Inc 6, no. 2 (Summer 1987): 58-64.

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DANTE AND MUSIC

      1. Roglieri, Maria Ann. “Twentieth-Century Musical Interpretations Of The ‘Anti-Music’ Of Dante’s Inferno.” Italica 79.2 (2002): 149-167. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
      2.  Ciabattoni, Francesco. Dante’s Journey to Polyphony, University of Toronto Press, 2010.
      3.  Ciabattoni, Francesco. “Musical Ways around Ineffability (Paradiso X-XIV).” Dante Studies 131 (2013).
      4. Roglieri, Maria Ann. Dante and music : musical adaptations of the Commedia from the sixteenth century to the present. Aldershot : Ashgate, 2000.
      5. Mahrt, William Peter, “Dante’s Musical Progress through the Commedia,” in The Echo of Music: Essays in Honor of Marie Louise Göllner, ed. Blair Sullivan, Warren, MI: Harmonie Park Press, 2004, 63–73.
      6. Walker, Paul. “On Identifying and Performing the Chants in Dante’s Divine Comedy.” http://www.worldofdante.org/comedy/dante/musicEssay

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DANTE AND FILM

        1. Braida, Antonella. “Dante’s Inferno In The 1900s: From Drama To Film.” Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. 39-51. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        2. Braida, Antonella, Luisa Calè, and Alex Cooper. Dante On View: The Reception Of Dante In The Visual And Performing Arts. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        3. Casadio, Gianfranco, and Pier Domenico Laghi. “Dante Nel Cinema.” Ravenna: Longo, 1996. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        4. Colonnese-Benni, Vittoria. “Dante And Maciste: A Very Improbable Couple.” Rivista Di Studi Italiani 17.2 (1999): 150-161. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        5. Colonnese Benni, Vittoria. “Dante And The Cinema From The Silent To The Digital Era.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities And Social Sciences 61.1 (2000): 9-10. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        6. Havely, Nick. “Epilogue: Dante And Early Italian Cinema: The 1911 Milano-Films Inferno And Italian Nationalism.” Dante in the Long Nineteenth Century. 353-371. Oxford, England: Oxford UP, 2012. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        7. Iannucci, Amilcare A. “Dante, Cinema And Television.” Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P, 2004. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        8. Iannucci, Amilcare A. “Francesca Da Rimini: The Movie.” Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. 153-162. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        9. Iannucci, Amilcare A. “From Dante’s Inferno To Dante’s Peak: The Influence Of Dante On Film.” Forum Italicum 32.1 (1998): 5-35. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        10. Lombardi, Giancarlo. “Virgil, Dante, Blade Runner And Italian Terrorism: The Concept Of Pietas In La Seconda Volta And La Mia Generazione.” RLA: Romance Languages Annual 11.(1999): 227-232. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
        11. Macnamara, Kieran. “Virgil And Dante At The Cinecittà: The Influence Of Epic Poetry On Italian Popular Cinema.” Offscreen 15.11 (2011): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        12. Phillips, Philip Edward. “Adaptations Of Dante’s Commedia In Popular American Fiction And Film.” Medieval And Early Modern English Studies 17.2 (2009): 197-212. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        13. Preston, Janet L. “Dantean Imagery In Blue Velvet.” Literature Film Quarterly 18.3 (1990): 167-172. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
        14. Sadlek, Gregory M. “Robert Zemeckis’s Contact As A Late-Twentieth Century Paradiso.” Journal Of Religion And Film 5.2 (2001): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
        15. Scatton-Tessier, Michelle, and Eric Tessier. “From Storyboard To Film: Marc Caro’s Dante 01.” Film International 6.3 [33] (2008): 26-33. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
        16. Testa, Bart. “Dante and Cinema: Film across a Chasm.” In Dante, Cinema and Television, 189-212. Toronto, ON: U of Toronto P, 2004.
        17. Uricchio, William, and Roberta E. Pearson. “Dante’s Inferno And Caesar’s Ghost: Intertextuality And Conditions Of Reception In Early American Cinema.” Journal Of Communication Inquiry 14.2 (1990): 71-85. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
        18. Wagstaff, Christopher. “Dante in the Cinema or Dante and the Cinema?” In Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts, 163-175. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007.
        19. Welle, John P. “Fellini’s Use of Dante in La dolce vita.” Studies in Medievalism 2, no. 3 (Summer 1983): 53-66.

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DANTE AND THEATER

          1. Braida, Antonella. “Dante’s Inferno In The 1900s: From Drama To Film.” Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. 39-51. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
          2. Braida, Antonella, Luisa Calè, and Alex Cooper. Dante On View: The Reception Of Dante In The Visual And Performing Arts. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.

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DANTE AND TECHNOLOGY

            1. Bernardo, Aldo S. “A Dante Milestone: ‘The Commedia on Computer.’” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 88 (1970): 169-174. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
            2. Hamilton, Louis I. “Virtual Cities: GIS As A Tool For The Analysis Of Dante’s Commedia.” Pedagogy: Critical Approaches To Teaching Literature, Language, Composition, And Culture 13.1 (2013): 115-123. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
            3. Hemment, Michael J. “Dante.com: A Critical Guide to Dante Resources on the Internet.” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 116 (1998): 127-140. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
            4. Hoffman, Donald L. “Dante’s Alchemical Eucharist: Or, Technology In Hell.” The Image of Technology in Literature, the Media, and Society. 57-63. Pueblo, CO: Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery, University of Southern Colorado, 1994. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
            5. Parker, Deborah. “The World Of Dante: A Hypermedia Archive For The Study Of The Inferno.” Literary And Linguistic Computing: Journal Of The Association For Literary And Linguistic Computing 16.3 (2001): 287-297. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.

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DANTE AND POPULAR CULTURE

              1. Andreev, Michail. “Dante in Russia.” Semicerchio: Rivista di Poesia Comparata 36 (2007): 29-31.
              2. Biddick, Kathleen. “Dante on the Orient(alsim) Express.” The American Historical Review 105, no.4 (October 2000): 1-40.
              3. Calè, Luisa. “From Dante’s Inferno To A TV Dante: Phillips And Greenaway Remediating Dante’s Polysemy.” Dante on View: The Reception of Dante in the Visual and Performing Arts. 177-192. Aldershot, England: Continuum, 2007. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              4. Casadei, Alberto. “Dante Nel Ventesimo Secolo (E Oggi).” Alighieri: Rassegna Bibliografica Dantesca 51.35 (2010): 45-74. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              5. Caso, Adolph. “Dante In The Twentieth Century.” Boston: Dante U of Amer. P, 1982. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              6. Ciccarelli, Andrea. “Dante and Italian Culture from the Risorgimento to World War II.” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 119 (2001): 125-154. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
              7. Consoli, Andrea. “Beatrice Donna Ideale Di Ieri E Di Oggi.” Aspetti Letterari: Rassegna Di Lettere, Scienze Ed Arti 5.(1965): 22-34. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              8. Contini, Gianfranco. “Dante Oggi.” Corriere Della Sera (1965): 3. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              9. Ford, David F. “Dante As Inspiration For Twenty-First-Century Theology.” Dante’s Commedia: Theology as Poetry. 318-328. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 2010. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              10. Foster, Kenelm. “Dante in Great Britain, 1965.” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 84 (1966): 69-71. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
              11. Galati, Carmelo Antonio. “Hallowed Ground: Dante’s ‘Commedia’ In The New Millennium.” Dissertation Abstracts International 73.5 (2012): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              12. Havely, Nicholas. Dante’s British Public: Readers and Texts, from the Fourteenth Century to the Present. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.
              13. Hawkins, Peter. “Dante’s Afterlife.” In Dante: A Brief History, 131-165. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2006.
              14. Iannucci, Amilcare A. “Dante, Television, And Education.” Quaderni D’italianistica: Official Journal Of The Canadian Society For Italian Studies 10.1-2 (1989): 1-33. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              15. Iannucci, Amilcare A. “Dante Today.” Quaderni D’italianistica: Official Journal Of The Canadian Society For Italian Studies 10.1-2 (1989): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              16. Marafioti, Martin. “A New Edition Of Dante’s Commedia: Peter Greenaway And Tom Phillips’ A T.V. Dante.” Cincinnati Romance Review 15.(1996): 199-205. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              17. Meisel, Perry. “The Myth Of Popular Culture: From Dante To Dylan.” Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              18. Montale, Eugenio. “Dante Ieri E Oggi.” Atti del congresso internazionale di studi danteschi: Firenze-Verona-Ravenna, 20-27 aprile 1965. 315-334. Florence: Sansoni, 1965. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              19. Murphy, John J. “Appropriating Dante’s World: Willa Cather’s American Medievalism.” Fu Jen Studies: Literature & Linguistics 35 (2003): 97-113.
              20. “Mydante.” (n.d.): MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              21. Page, Thos. N. Dante and His Influence: Studies. Port Washington, NY: Kennikat, 1969.
              22. Pagliaro, Grazia. “Dante Nella Scuola Di Oggi.” Studium 62. (1966): 184-195. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              23. Rocco, Lorenza. “Dante Oggi.” Sìlarus: Rassegna Bimestrale Di Cultura 45.239-240 (2005): 19-28. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              24. Salvo Rinzivillo, et al. “The Social Network Of Dante’s Inferno.” Leonardo: International Journal Of Contemporary Visual Artists 44.3 (2011): 246-247. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              25. Van Nuffel, Robert O. J. “Dante In Belgio Dal 1921 Ad Oggi.” Dante nel mondo. 19-62. Florence: Olschki, 1965. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 29 May 2013.
              26. Vickers, Nancy J. “Dante In The Video Decade.” Dante Now: Current Trends in Dante Studies. 263-276. Notre Dame, IN: U of Notre Dame P, 1995. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
              27. Yarian, Stanley O. “The Twentieth-Century Role Of The Hell Of St. Francis Of Assisi And Dante.” Soundings: An Interdisciplinary Journal 66.3 (1983): 331-347. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.

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DANTE AND ANGLOPHONE LITERATURE

                1. Anspaugh, Kelly. “Dante on His Head: Heart of Darkness.” Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad Studies 27, no. 2 (Summer 1995): 135-148.
                2. Banerjee, Ron D. K. “Dante Through the Looking Glass: Rossetti, Pound, and Eliot.” Comparative Literature 24 (Spring 1972): 136-49.
                3. Berg, Christine G. “‘Light from a Hill of Carbon Paper Dolls’: Gloria Naylor’s Linden Hills and Dante’s Inferno.” Modern Language Studies 29, no. 2 (Fall 1999): 1-19.
                4. Blum, Kerstin. “Ralph Ellison and the African American Inferno.” SORAC Journal of African Studies: Society of Research on African Cultures 2 (November 2002): 33-42.
                5. Boitani, Piero. “Moby-Dante?.” In Dante for the New Millennium, 435-450. New York, NY: Fordham UP, 2003.
                6. Cambon, Glauco. “Dante’s Presence in American Literature.” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 118 (2000): 217-242.
                7. Daigle, Marsha Ann. “Dante’s Divine Comedy and C. S. Lewis’s Narnia Chronicles.” Christianity and Literature 34, no. 4 (Summer 1985): 41-58.
                8. Dasenbrock, Reed Way. “Paradiso ma non troppo: The Place of the Lyric Dante in the Late Cantos of Ezra Pound.” Comparative Literature 57, no. 1 (Winter 2005): 45-60.
                9. De Laurentiis, Eileen Jones. “The Influence of Dante on T. S. Eliot.” Studi dell’Istituto Linguistico 7 (1984): 322-332.
                10. Gaudenzi, Cosetta. “Dante’s Introduction to the United States as Investigated in Matthew Pearl’s The Dante Club.” Italian Culture 26 (2008): 85-103.
                11. Havely, Nicholas. Dante’s British Public: Readers and Texts, from the Fourteenth Century to the Present. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.
                12. Hays, Peter L. “Kesey’s One Flew over the Cuckoo’s Nest and Dante’s La vita nuova.” Explicator 46, no. 4 (Summer 1988): 49-50.
                13. Hoffer, Bates. “Dante’s Purgatorio And Inferno In Twentieth Century Literature.” Language And Literature 25-26.(2000): 152. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                14. Hough, Graham. “Dante and Eliot.” Critical Quarterly 16 (Winter 1974): 293-305.
                15. Jacoff, Rachel. “Merrill and Dante.” In James Merrill: Essays in Criticism, 145-158. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 1983.
                16. Kenner, Hugh. “Pound and the American Dante.” In Dante e Pound, 35-38. Ravenna, Italy: Longo, 1998.
                17. Lyday, Lance. “Sanctuary: Faulkner’s Inferno.” Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern McDougal, Stuart Y. Dante among the Moderns. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1985.Culture 35, no. 3 (Summer 1982): 243-253.
                18. McDougal, Stuart Y. “T. S. Eliot’s Metaphysical Dante.” In Dante among the Moderns, 57-81. Chapel Hill: U of North Carolina P, 1985.
                19. Paolucci, Anne. “Dante’s Influence on American Writers 1776-1976.” In Dante: Beyond the Commedia, 33-71. Wilmington, DE: Griffon, for Bagehot Council, 2004.
                20. Pearl, Matthew. “From ‘The Dante Club.’” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 118 (2000): 57-83. JSTOR. Web. 18 July 2013.
                21. Phillips, Philip Edward. “Adaptations Of Dante’s Commedia In Popular American Fiction And Film.” Medieval And Early Modern English Studies 17.2 (2009): 197-212. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                22. Sicari, Stephen. “Bloom In Purgatory: ‘Sirens’ And Purgatorio II.” Twentieth Century Literature: A Scholarly And Critical Journal 36.4 (1990): 477-488. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                23. Singh, G. “Dante and Pound.” Critical Quarterly 17 (Winter 1975): 311-28.Smith, Leigh N. “Language As Chaos: Dante’s ‘Inferno’ In The Twentieth -Century Novel.” Dissertation Abstracts International, Section A: The Humanities And Social Sciences 65.4 (2004): 1359. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                24. Sowell, Madison U. “The Niven-Pournelle Dante: A Twentieth-Century Odyssey Through Hell.” Studies In Medievalism 2.3 (1983): 73-78. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                25. Verduin, Kathleen. “Edith Wharton, Adultery, and the Reception of Francesca da Rimini.” Dante Studies, with the Annual Report of the Dante Society 122 (2004): 95-136.
                26. Verduin, Kathleen. “Hemingway’s Dante: A Note on Across the River and into the Trees.” American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 57, no. 4 (December 1985): 633-640.
                27. Ward, Catherine C. “Gloria Naylor’s Linden Hills: A Modern Inferno.” Contemporary Literature 28, no. 1 (Spring 1987): 67-81.

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DANTE AND EUROPEAN LITERATURE

                  1. Banerjee, Ron D. K. “Dante Through the Looking Glass: Rossetti, Pound, and Eliot.” Comparative Literature 24 (Spring 1972): 136-49.
                  2. Cavanagh, Michael. “Seamus Heaney’s Dante: Making a Party of Oneself.” Lectura Dantis: A Forum for Dante Research and Interpretation 12 (Spring 1993): 7-15.
                  3. Evans, Annette. “Allusion as structure: Vittorini and Dante.” Symposium (Washington, D.C.) 34 (Spring 1980): 13-28.
                  4. Giuriceo, Marie. “The Virgil-Dante Relationship in Nineteenth and Twentieth Century French Fiction.” Studies in Medievalism 2, no. 2 (Spring 1983): 67-79.
                  5. Helsinger, Howard. “Joyce and Dante.” ELH 35 (December 1968): 591-605.
                  6. Jackel, Brad. “Re-Painting Hell: Conrad’s Infernal Imagery.” Conradiana: A Journal of Joseph Conrad Studies 33, no. 2 (Summer 2001): 107-128.
                  7. Kollman, Judith J. “Charles Williams’s All Hallows’ Eve: A Modern Adaptation of Dante’s Commedia.” Studies in Medievalism 3, no. 3-4 (January 1991): 291-305.
                  8. Matual, David. “The Gulag Archipelago: From Inferno To Paradiso.” Studies In Twentieth Century Literature 7.1 (1982): 35-43. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                  9. Radcliff-Umstead, Douglas. “Dante’s Influence on the Great Dream of Gerhart Hauptmann.” Forum Italicum 2 (1968): 23-33.
                  10. Reynolds, Mary T. “The Dantean Design of Joyce’s Dubliners.” In The Seventh of Joyce, 124-130. Bloomington; Brighton: Indiana UP; Harvester, 1982.
                  11. Sodi, Risa. “La Terza Via: Dante And Primo Levi.” Mln 127.1 [Supplement] (2012): 199-203. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.
                  12. Spina, Giorgio, and Paul Priest. “The Influence of Dante on George MacDonald.” North Wind: Journal of the George MacDonald Society 9 (1990): 15-36.

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DANTE AND NON-ANGLO, NON-EUROPEAN LITERATURE

                  1. González Echevarría, Roberto. “Dante In Alejo Carpentier.” Mln 127.1 [Supplement] (2012): 216-224. MLA International Bibliography. Web. 28 May 2013.

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This list was created by searching multiple databases (MLA, Art Abstracts, etc.) in July of 2013.
We will update the list as we receive new source sightings.
Source sightings should be sent to asaiber@bowdoin.edu.