JOURNAL OF NEO-LATIN STUDIES
The Fall 2018 issue (volume 67.2) of HL has just been published online. You can read and download all articles for free on humanistica.be.
Table of Contents:
- Maria Teresa Laneri, Su tre corrispondenti di Marcantonio Sabellico. Proposte di identificazione (237-256)
- Stefan Weise, Alter Theocritus? Joachim Camerarius’ griechische Supplemente zu Theokrits Herakliskos und dem sogenannten Herakles leontophonos (257-299)
- Kevin Bovier, Ange Cappel et l’Agricola de Tacite. Une traduction ancrée dans son époque (301-341)
- Robert Offner, Peter Pauly, Briefe von Thomas Jordanus von Klausenburg an Carolus Clusius (343-378)
- Lindsay G. Gibson, John Kuhn, James Leeke, George Herbert, and the Neo-Latin Contexts of The Church Militant (379-425)
- Stuart M. McManus, Classica Americana. An Addendum to the Censuses of Pre-1800 Latin Texts from British North America (427-467)
- Mikhail Shumilin, Two Textual Notes on Maffeo Vegio’s Antonias (469-472)
- Luigi Silvano, An Admirer of Beccadelli’s Hermaphroditus: Antonio da Pescia (473-477)
NEO-LATIN STUDIES ARE COMING HOME! A half-century after the first IANLS conference was organized in Leuven, in August 2021 the Congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies will again be hosted by the Seminarium Philologiae Humanisticae. For more information please visit ianls2021.com.
Humanistica Lovaniensia. Journal of Neo-Latin Studies (online ISSN 2593-3019) is a KU Leuven based double-blind peer-reviewed international journal that appears twice a year (March and September) as an online-only open access publication.
HL welcomes articles in English, French, German, Italian and Spanish on Neo-Latin language, literature and culture from the fourteenth to the twenty-first century, as well as critical editions and translations of Neo-Latin texts.
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