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Recent Trends in Neo-Latin Studies

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Craig Kallendorf*
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Texas A&M University

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Bloemendal, Jan, and Ford, Philip, eds. Neo-Latin Drama: Forms, Functions, Receptions. Hildesheim, 2008.Google Scholar
Brodericus, Stephanus. Epistulae. Ed. Petrus Kasza. Budapest, 2012.Google Scholar
Bugada, Gabriele, ed. Cristoforo Landino, in Quinti Horatii Flacci Artem Poeticam ad Pisones Interpretationes. Florence, 2012.Google Scholar
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Cazes, Hélène, ed. Bonaventura Vulcanius. Works and Networks: Bruges 1538–Leiden 1614. Leiden, 2010.Google Scholar
Coroleu, Alejandro, Caruso, Carlo, and Laird, Andrew, eds. The Role of Latin in the Early Modern World: Linguistic Identity and Nationalism 1350–1800. Renaessanceforum: Tidsskrift for renaessanceforskning 8 (2012).Google Scholar
Cortesi, Mariarosa, and Silvia Fiaschi. Repertorio delle traduzioni umanistiche a stampa: Secoli XV–XVI. 2 vols. Florence, 2008.Google Scholar
de Beer, Susanna. The Poetics of Patronage: Poetry as Self-Advancement in Giannantonio Campano. Turnhout, 2013.Google Scholar
de Beer, Susanna, Enenkel, Karl A. E., and Rijser, David, eds. The Neo-Latin Epigram: A Learned and Witty Genre. Leuven, 2009.Google Scholar
Deitz, Luc, Kircher, Timothy, and Reid, Jonathan, eds. Neo-Latin and the Humanities: Essays in Honour of Charles E. Fantazzi. Toronto, 2014.Google Scholar
de Landtsheer, Jeanine, and Nellen, Henk, eds. Between Scylla and Charybdis: Learned Letter Writers Navigating the Reefs of Religious and Political Controversy in Early Modern Europe. Leiden, 2011.Google Scholar
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Edwards, David, and Sidwell, Keith, ed. and trans. The Tipperary Hero: Dermot O’Meara’s Ormonius (1615). Turnhout, 2011.Google Scholar
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Enenkel, Karl A. E., Marc Laureys, and Christoph Pieper, eds. Discourses of Power: Ideology and Politics in Neo-Latin Literature. Hildesheim, 2012.Google Scholar
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Erasmus, Desiderius. The Collected Works of Erasmus. 89 volumes. Toronto, 1974–.Google Scholar
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Kallendorf, Craig. The Protean Virgil: Material Form and the Reception of the Classics. Oxford, 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kristeller, Paul Oskar, Cranz, F. Edward, Virginia Brown, and Greti Dinkova-Bruun, eds. Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries, Annotated Lists and Guides. 10 vols. Washington, DC, 1960–.Google Scholar
La Brasca, Frank, and Trottmann, Christian, eds. Vie solitaire, vie civile: L’humanisme de Pétrarque à Alberti. Paris, 2011.Google Scholar
Laurens, Florence Vuilleumier, and Laurens, Pierre. L’âge de l’inscription: La rhétorique du monument en Europe du XVe au XVIIe siècle. Paris, 2010.Google Scholar
Laureys, Marc, and Simons, Roswitha, eds. The Art of Arguing in the World of Renaissance Humanism. Leuven, 2013.Google Scholar
Leeds, John C.. Renaissance Syntax and Subjectivity: Ideological Contents of Latin and the Vernacular in Scottish Prose Chronicles. Farnham, 2010.Google Scholar
Leitgeb, Maria Christine, Toussaint, Stéphane, and Bannert, Herbert, eds. Platon, Plotin, und Marsilio Ficino: Studien zu den Vorläufern und zur Rezeption des Florentiner Neuplatonismus. Vienna, 2009.Google Scholar
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Ludwig, Walther. Supplementa Neolatina: Ausgewählte Aufsätze 2003–2008. Ed. Astrid Steiner-Weber. Hildesheim, 2008.Google Scholar
Ludwig, Walther. Opuscula historico-philologica: Ausgewählte Aufsätze 2008–2013. Ed. Astrid Steiner-Weber. Hildesheim, 2014.Google Scholar
Manetti, Giannozzo. Historia Pistoriensis. Ed. Stefano U. Baldassarri, Benedetta Aldi, and William J. Connell. Florence, 2011.Google Scholar
Manetti, Giannozzo. De terremotu. Ed. Daniela Pagliara. Florence, 2012.Google Scholar
Marchiaro, Michaelangiola. La Biblioteca di Pietro Crinito: Manoscritti e libri a stampa della raccolta libraria di un umanista fiorentino. Porto, 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
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Monti Sabia, Liliana, and Monti, Salvatore. Studi su Giovanni Pontano. Ed. Giuseppe Germano. 2 vols. Messina, 2010.Google Scholar
Muret, Marc-Antoine. Juvenilia: Édition critique, traduction, annotation et commentaire. Ed. Virginie Leroux. Geneva, 2009.Google Scholar
Nauta, Lodi. In Defense of Common Sense: Lorenzo Valla’s Humanist Critique of Scholastic Philosophy. Cambridge, MA, 2009.Google Scholar
Pade, Marianne, ed. Plutarchi Chaeronensis: Vita Dionis et Comparatio et de Bruto ac Dione Iudicium Guarino Veronensi Interprete. Florence, 2013.Google Scholar
Palmer, Ada. Reading Lucretius in the Renaissance. Cambridge, MA, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Petrarca, Francesco. Edizione nazionale delle opere di Francesco Petrarca. Florence, 1926–.Google Scholar
Pieper, Christoph. Elogos Redolere Vergiliosque Sapere: Cristoforo Landinos “Xandra” zwischen Liebe und Gesellschaft. Hildesheim, 2008.Google Scholar
Polak, Emil J.. Medieval and Renaissance Letter Treatises and Form Letters: A Census of Manuscripts. 3 vols. Leiden, 1993–2015.Google Scholar
Poliziano, Angelo. Appunti per un corso sull’Odissea. Ed. Luigi Silvano. Alessandria, 2010.Google Scholar
Rossi, Carlo, ed. Le strade di Ercole: Itinerari umanistici e altri percorsi. Florence, 2010.Google Scholar
Sacré, Dirk, and Papy, Jan, eds. Syntagmata: Essays on Neo-Latin Literature in Honour of Monique Mund-Dopche and Gilbert Tournoy. Leuven, 2009.Google Scholar
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Soranzo, Matteo. Poetry and Identity in Quattrocento Naples. Farnham, 2014.Google Scholar
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Steiner-Weber, Astrid, and Enenkel, Karl A. E., eds. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Monasteriensis: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Münster, 2012). Leiden, 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Stella, Julius Caesar. La Columbeida. Ed. Javier Sánchez Quirós. Alcañiz, 2010.Google Scholar
Vanautgaerden, Alexandre. Érasme tyographe: Humanisme et imprimerie au début du XVI siècle. Brussels, 2012.Google Scholar
Van der Poel, Marc, ed. Neo-Latin Philology: Old Traditions, New Approaches. Leuven, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Vida, Marcus Hieronymus. Christias. Ed. Eva von Contzen, Reinhold F. Glei, Wolfgang Polleichtner, and Michael Schulze Roberg. 2 vols. Trier, 2013.Google Scholar
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The Early Modern OCR Project: http://idhmc.tamu.edu/emop/.Google Scholar
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Barclay, John. Icon Animorum or The Mirror of Minds. Trans. Thomas May. Ed. Mark Riley. Leuven, 2013.Google Scholar
Berté, Monica. Petrarca lettore di Suetonio. Messina, 2011.Google Scholar
Bloemendal, Jan, and Ford, Philip, eds. Neo-Latin Drama: Forms, Functions, Receptions. Hildesheim, 2008.Google Scholar
Brodericus, Stephanus. Epistulae. Ed. Petrus Kasza. Budapest, 2012.Google Scholar
Bugada, Gabriele, ed. Cristoforo Landino, in Quinti Horatii Flacci Artem Poeticam ad Pisones Interpretationes. Florence, 2012.Google Scholar
Butler, Erik. The Bellum Grammaticale and the Rise of European Literature. Farnham, 2010.Google Scholar
Calvin, John. Opera omnia. Geneva, 1992–.Google Scholar
Cardini, Roberto, and Viti, Paolo, eds. Coluccio Salutati e Firenze: Ideologia e formazione dello Stato. Florence, 2008.Google Scholar
Caroti, Stefano, and Compagni, Vittoria Perrone, eds. Nuovi maestri e antichi testi: Umanesimo e Rinascimento alle origini del pensiero moderno. Florence, 2012.Google Scholar
Cazes, Hélène, ed. Bonaventura Vulcanius. Works and Networks: Bruges 1538–Leiden 1614. Leiden, 2010.Google Scholar
Coroleu, Alejandro, Caruso, Carlo, and Laird, Andrew, eds. The Role of Latin in the Early Modern World: Linguistic Identity and Nationalism 1350–1800. Renaessanceforum: Tidsskrift for renaessanceforskning 8 (2012).Google Scholar
Cortesi, Mariarosa, and Silvia Fiaschi. Repertorio delle traduzioni umanistiche a stampa: Secoli XV–XVI. 2 vols. Florence, 2008.Google Scholar
de Beer, Susanna. The Poetics of Patronage: Poetry as Self-Advancement in Giannantonio Campano. Turnhout, 2013.Google Scholar
de Beer, Susanna, Enenkel, Karl A. E., and Rijser, David, eds. The Neo-Latin Epigram: A Learned and Witty Genre. Leuven, 2009.Google Scholar
Deitz, Luc, Kircher, Timothy, and Reid, Jonathan, eds. Neo-Latin and the Humanities: Essays in Honour of Charles E. Fantazzi. Toronto, 2014.Google Scholar
de Landtsheer, Jeanine, and Nellen, Henk, eds. Between Scylla and Charybdis: Learned Letter Writers Navigating the Reefs of Religious and Political Controversy in Early Modern Europe. Leiden, 2011.Google Scholar
Deneire, Tom, ed. Dynamics of Neo-Latin and the Vernacular: Language and Poetics, Translation and Transfer. Leiden, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Edwards, David, and Sidwell, Keith, ed. and trans. The Tipperary Hero: Dermot O’Meara’s Ormonius (1615). Turnhout, 2011.Google Scholar
Enenkel, Karl A. E., ed. Transformations of the Classics via Early Modern Commentaries. Leiden, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Enenkel, Karl A. E., Marc Laureys, and Christoph Pieper, eds. Discourses of Power: Ideology and Politics in Neo-Latin Literature. Hildesheim, 2012.Google Scholar
Enenkel, Karl A. E., and Henk Nellen, eds. Neo-Latin Commentaries and the Management of Knowledge in the Late Middle Ages and the Early Modern Period (1400–1700). Leuven, 2013.Google Scholar
Erasmus, Desiderius. Opera omnia. 9 sections, in multiple volumes. Amsterdam, 1969–.Google Scholar
Erasmus, Desiderius. The Collected Works of Erasmus. 89 volumes. Toronto, 1974–.Google Scholar
Erdmann, Axel, Govi, Alberto, and Govi, Fabrizio, eds. Ars Epistolica. Lucerne, 2014.Google Scholar
Ford, Philip. The Judgment of Palaemon: The Contest between Neo-Latin and Vernacular Poetry in Renaissance France. Leiden, 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ford, Philip, Bloemendal, Jan, and Fantazzi, Charles, eds. Brill’s Encyclopaedia of the Neo-Latin World. 2 vols. Leiden, 2014.Google Scholar
Gaisser, Julia Haig. The Fortunes of Apuleius and the Golden Ass: A Study in Transmission and Reception. Princeton, 2008.Google Scholar
Gwynne, Paul. Poets and Princes: The Panegyric Poetry of Johannes Michael Nagonius. Turnhout, 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Haskell, Yasmin, and Ruys, Juanita Feros, eds. Latin and Alterity in the Early Modern Period. Tempe, 2010.Google Scholar
Haye, Thomas, ed. Francesco Rococciolos Mutineis: Interpretation und Kommentar. Hildesheim, 2009.Google Scholar
Helmrath, Johannes, Schirrmeister, Albert, and Schlelein, Stefan, eds. Historiographie des Humanismus: Literarische Verfahren, soziale Praxis, geschichtliche Räume. Berlin, 2013.10.1515/9783110214932CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Henderson, Judith Rice, and Swan, P. M., eds. The Unfolding of Words: Commentary in the Age of Erasmus. Toronto, 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Houghthon, Luke, and Manuwald, Gesine, eds. Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles. London, 2012.Google Scholar
IJsewijn, Jozef, ed. Companion to Neo-Latin Studies, pt. 1: History and Diffusion of Neo-Latin Literature. 2nd ed. Leuven, 1990.Google Scholar
IJsewijn, Jozef, with Dirk Sacré, eds. Companion to Neo-Latin Studies, pt. 2: Literary, Linguistic, Philological, and Editorial Questions. 2nd ed. Leuven, 1998.Google Scholar
Kallendorf, Craig. The Protean Virgil: Material Form and the Reception of the Classics. Oxford, 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Kristeller, Paul Oskar, Cranz, F. Edward, Virginia Brown, and Greti Dinkova-Bruun, eds. Catalogus Translationum et Commentariorum: Medieval and Renaissance Latin Translations and Commentaries, Annotated Lists and Guides. 10 vols. Washington, DC, 1960–.Google Scholar
La Brasca, Frank, and Trottmann, Christian, eds. Vie solitaire, vie civile: L’humanisme de Pétrarque à Alberti. Paris, 2011.Google Scholar
Laurens, Florence Vuilleumier, and Laurens, Pierre. L’âge de l’inscription: La rhétorique du monument en Europe du XVe au XVIIe siècle. Paris, 2010.Google Scholar
Laureys, Marc, and Simons, Roswitha, eds. The Art of Arguing in the World of Renaissance Humanism. Leuven, 2013.Google Scholar
Leeds, John C.. Renaissance Syntax and Subjectivity: Ideological Contents of Latin and the Vernacular in Scottish Prose Chronicles. Farnham, 2010.Google Scholar
Leitgeb, Maria Christine, Toussaint, Stéphane, and Bannert, Herbert, eds. Platon, Plotin, und Marsilio Ficino: Studien zu den Vorläufern und zur Rezeption des Florentiner Neuplatonismus. Vienna, 2009.Google Scholar
Leonhardt, Jürgen. Latin: Story of a World Language. Trans. Kenneth Kronenberg. Cambridge, MA, 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Ludwig, Walther. Miscella Neolatina: Ausgewählte Aufsätze 1989–2003. Ed. Astrid Steiner-Weber. 3 vols. Hildesheim, 2004.Google Scholar
Ludwig, Walther. Supplementa Neolatina: Ausgewählte Aufsätze 2003–2008. Ed. Astrid Steiner-Weber. Hildesheim, 2008.Google Scholar
Ludwig, Walther. Opuscula historico-philologica: Ausgewählte Aufsätze 2008–2013. Ed. Astrid Steiner-Weber. Hildesheim, 2014.Google Scholar
Manetti, Giannozzo. Historia Pistoriensis. Ed. Stefano U. Baldassarri, Benedetta Aldi, and William J. Connell. Florence, 2011.Google Scholar
Manetti, Giannozzo. De terremotu. Ed. Daniela Pagliara. Florence, 2012.Google Scholar
Marchiaro, Michaelangiola. La Biblioteca di Pietro Crinito: Manoscritti e libri a stampa della raccolta libraria di un umanista fiorentino. Porto, 2013.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
McGann, Jerome J.. A Critique of Modern Textual Criticism. Chicago, 1983.Google Scholar
Megna, Paola, ed. Le note del Poliziano alla traduzione dell’Iliade. Messina, 2009.Google Scholar
Modigliani, Anna, Osmond, Patricia, Pade, Marianne, and Ramminger, Johann, eds. Pomponio Leto tra identità locale e cultura internazionale. Rome, 2011.Google Scholar
Monfasani, John. Bessarion Scholasticus: A Study of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin Library. Turnhout, 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Monreal, Ruth. Flora Neolatina: Die Hortorum Libri IV von René Rapin S.J. und die Plantarum Libri VI von Abraham Cowley, Zwei lateinische Dichtungen des 17. Jahrhunderts. Berlin, 2010.10.1515/9783110217629CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Monti Sabia, Liliana, and Monti, Salvatore. Studi su Giovanni Pontano. Ed. Giuseppe Germano. 2 vols. Messina, 2010.Google Scholar
Muret, Marc-Antoine. Juvenilia: Édition critique, traduction, annotation et commentaire. Ed. Virginie Leroux. Geneva, 2009.Google Scholar
Nauta, Lodi. In Defense of Common Sense: Lorenzo Valla’s Humanist Critique of Scholastic Philosophy. Cambridge, MA, 2009.Google Scholar
Pade, Marianne, ed. Plutarchi Chaeronensis: Vita Dionis et Comparatio et de Bruto ac Dione Iudicium Guarino Veronensi Interprete. Florence, 2013.Google Scholar
Palmer, Ada. Reading Lucretius in the Renaissance. Cambridge, MA, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Petrarca, Francesco. Edizione nazionale delle opere di Francesco Petrarca. Florence, 1926–.Google Scholar
Pieper, Christoph. Elogos Redolere Vergiliosque Sapere: Cristoforo Landinos “Xandra” zwischen Liebe und Gesellschaft. Hildesheim, 2008.Google Scholar
Polak, Emil J.. Medieval and Renaissance Letter Treatises and Form Letters: A Census of Manuscripts. 3 vols. Leiden, 1993–2015.Google Scholar
Poliziano, Angelo. Appunti per un corso sull’Odissea. Ed. Luigi Silvano. Alessandria, 2010.Google Scholar
Rossi, Carlo, ed. Le strade di Ercole: Itinerari umanistici e altri percorsi. Florence, 2010.Google Scholar
Sacré, Dirk, and Papy, Jan, eds. Syntagmata: Essays on Neo-Latin Literature in Honour of Monique Mund-Dopche and Gilbert Tournoy. Leuven, 2009.Google Scholar
Scaliger, Julius Caesar. Poetics Libri Septem / Sieben Bücher über die Dichtkunst. Ed. Luc Deitz, Immanuel Musäus, and Gregor Vogt-Spira. Stuttgart, 2011.Google Scholar
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Soranzo, Matteo. Poetry and Identity in Quattrocento Naples. Farnham, 2014.Google Scholar
Spruit, Leen, and Totaro, Pina, eds. The Vatican Manuscript of Spinoza’s Ethica. Leiden, 2011.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Steiner-Weber, Astrid, ed. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Upsaliensis: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Uppsala, 2009). 2 vols. Leiden, 2012.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Steiner-Weber, Astrid, and Enenkel, Karl A. E., eds. Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Monasteriensis: Proceedings of the Fifteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Münster, 2012). Leiden, 2015.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Stella, Julius Caesar. La Columbeida. Ed. Javier Sánchez Quirós. Alcañiz, 2010.Google Scholar
Vanautgaerden, Alexandre. Érasme tyographe: Humanisme et imprimerie au début du XVI siècle. Brussels, 2012.Google Scholar
Van der Poel, Marc, ed. Neo-Latin Philology: Old Traditions, New Approaches. Leuven, 2014.CrossRefGoogle Scholar
Vida, Marcus Hieronymus. Christias. Ed. Eva von Contzen, Reinhold F. Glei, Wolfgang Polleichtner, and Michael Schulze Roberg. 2 vols. Trier, 2013.Google Scholar
La vita e il mondo di Leon Battista Alberti. 2 vols. Florence, 2008.Google Scholar
Vossius, Gerardus Joannes. Poeticae Institutiones Libri Tres / Institutes of Poetics in Three Books. Ed. and trans. Jan Bloemendal, with Edwin Rabbie. 2 vols. Leiden, 2010.Google Scholar
Wagner, Bettina, ed. Welten des Wissens: Die Bibliothek und die Weltchronik des Nürnberger Arztes Hartmann Schedel (1440–1514). Munich, 2014.Google Scholar
Wolan, Andrzej. De Libertate Politica, Sive Civili: O wolnosci Rzeczypospolitej albo slacheckiej. Ed. Maciej Eder and Roman Mazurkiewicz. Trans. Stanislaw Dubingowicz. Warsaw, 2010.Google Scholar
Woods, Marjorie Curry. Classroom Commentaries: Teaching the Poetria Nova across Medieval and Renaissance Europe. Columbus, 2010.Google Scholar
Wright, Elizabeth R.., Spence, Sarah, and Andrew Lemons, eds. The Battle of Lepanto. Cambridge, MA, 2014.Google Scholar

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Collaborative Research Centre 644: Transformations of Antiquity. Johannes Helmrath, director: http://www.sfb-antike.de/en/homepage/.Google Scholar
Early English Books Online (EEBO): http://eebo.chadwyck.com/home.Google Scholar
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