Humanistica Lovaniensia, Volume LXVI - 2017

Journal of Neo-Latin Studies

Edited by Dirk Sacré, Gilbert Tournoy, Monique Mund Dopchie, Jan Papy, Lambert Isebaert, and Jeroen De Keyser and contributions by Florian Schaffenrath, Susanna De Beer, Luke B.T. Houghton, Francesco Lo Conte, Françoise Ferry-Hue, Stephen Murphy, François Rouget, Joaquín Pascual Barea, Wojciech Ryczek, Eduardo del Pino-González, Tom Deneire, Joaquín José Sánchez Gázquez, José Manuel Canas Reíllo, Walther Ludwig, Per Pippin Aspaas, Andrew Dinan, Ludovica Radif, Gilbert Tournoy, Dirk Sacré, Heinz Hofmann, D. Wuttke, Terence Tunberg, Hugo Tucker, R.W. Truman, Jan Öberg, Massimo Miglio, William Mc Cuaig, and Karl A.E. Enenkel

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Leading journal in the field of Renaissance and modern Latin As well as presenting articles on Neo-Latin topics, the annual journalHumanistica Lovaniensia is a major source for critical editions of Neo-Latin texts with translations and commentaries. Its systematic bibliography of Neo-Latin studies (Instrumentum bibliographicum Neolatinum), accompanied by critical notes, is the standard annual bibliography of publications in the field. The journal is fully indexed (names, mss., Neo-Latin neologisms).


— Praemonitio

Eleventh Annual Jozef IJsewijn Lecture

— Florian Schaffenrath, Some Considerations on the Poetological Aspects of Basinio da Parma’s Hesperis

I. Textus et studia

— Susanna De Beer, In the Footsteps of Aeneas: Humanist Appropriations of the Virgilian Walk through Rome in Aeneid 8

— Luke B.T. Houghton, Nova progenies: Virgil’s Fourth Eclogue and the Tradition of Christian Neo-Latin Pastoral

— Francesco Lo Conto, Esegesi e restitutio textus nella tradizione a stampa dei commenti umanistici a Giovenale

— Françoise Fery-Hue, Un grand seigneur humaniste, Georges d’Halluin: Œuvres inconnues, œuvres disparues, œuvres inédites

— Stephen Murphy– François Rouget, L’Epithalamium Martis et Palladis (Paris: M. de Vascosan, 1548): Une contribution de Claude d’Espence à la célébration du mariage de François de Lorraine et d’Anne d’Este

— Joaquín Pascual Barea, Imitación del poema noveno del Corpus Priapeorum en un epigrama latino de Rodrigo Morgante a Santa Helena

— Wojciech Ryczek, The Praise of the Humanities: De ratione studii of Stanislaus Sokołowski

— Eduardo del Pino-González, Una versión inédita del poema Bacchanalia del humanista flamenco Levino Torrencio

— Tom Deneire, Admiring the Admiranda? Jacob Masen SJ (1606-1681) and Justus Lipsius’s Prose Style

— Joaquín José Sánchez Gázquez - José Manuel Cañas Reíllo, Literatura grecolatina tardoantigua en Isaac Newton: El ejemplo del manuscrito Yahuda 2.3 (National and University Library, Jerusalén)

— Walther Ludwig, Humanismus im 18. Jahrhundert: Das lateinische und deutsch-niederländische Stammbuch des Martin Martens Eelking aus Bremen (1731-1745)

— Per Pippin Aspaas, Nicolai Krog Bredal Oneiro-Kosmos. Id est mundus in somnio, poëma philosophico-heroicum (Hafniae, 1753): Editio diplomatica, praefatione notisque instructa

— Andrew Dinan, Woodstock Letters and the Jesuit Commitment to Latin

2. Instrumentum criticum

— Ludovica Radif, No more, please: Il ‘pazzo’ Moro di Germano Brixio (AP XI.127)

— Gilbert Tournoy, Andreas Schottus in the Correspondence of Henry Cock

— Dirk Sacré, Cultor maiorum. Lusus: An Allegedly Lost Poem by Antonio Faverzani (1861-1922)

— Heinz Hofmann, Some Considerations on the Theoretical Status of Neo-Latin Studies

3. Instrumentum bibliographicum Neolatinum

4. Instrumentum lexicographicum

5. Indices

— Index codicum manuscriptorum

— Index nominum

Format: Journal - print

Size: 240 × 160 × 80 mm

640 pages

ISBN: 9789462701205

Publication: January 17, 2018

Series: Humanistica Lovaniensia. Journal of Neo-Latin Studies 65

Languages: English | French | German | Italian | Latin | Spanish

Stock item number: 119676

Dirk Sacré is professor of Latin and Neo-Latin at KU Leuven.
Gilbert Tournoy is emeritus professor of Classical, Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin at KU Leuven.
Jan Papy is full professor of Latin and Neo-Latin literature at KU Leuven. He publishes on Renaissance Humanism in the Low Countries, intellectual history, and Lipsius and Neo-Stoic philosophy.
Karl Enenkel is Professor of Latin Philology of the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period, Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität (WWU), Münster.
Lambert Isebaert is professor of Latin and Linguistics at the Université catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve).
Monique Mund-Dopchie is emeritus professor of Ancient Greek literature and History of Humanism at the Université Catholique de Louvain (Louvain-la-Neuve).

Susanna De Beer is post-doctoral researcher in Neo-Latin at Leiden University.

Terence O. Tunberg is Professor of Latin Language and Literature at the University of Kentucky and is co-Director of the University of Kentucky Institute for Latin Studies. He is member of the Academia Latinitati Fovendae