The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin (inbunden)
Format
Inbunden (Hardback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
632
Utgivningsdatum
2015-06-25
Förlag
OUP USA
Medarbetare
Tilg, Stefan
Dimensioner
251 x 178 x 38 mm
Vikt
1180 g
Antal komponenter
1
ISBN
9780199948178
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This Handbook gives an accessible survey of the main genres, contexts, and regions of modern Latin.
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..".an inviting and manageable introduction for prospective neo-Latinists and curious interdisciplinarians alike." --IJournal of Jesuit Studies

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Stefan Tilg is Professor of Latin at the University of Freiburg. Before that, he was the first director of the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies in Innsbruck. His main publications are from the fields of Latin Jesuit drama and ancient fiction. Sarah Knight is Senior Lecturer in Renaissance Literature at the University of Leicester. Her main research and teaching interests are in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century English and Latin literature. She has edited and translated several early modern Latin works, including Leon Battista Alberti's Momus, the accounts of Elizabeth I's visits to the University of Oxford, and John Milton's Prolusions.

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Notes on Contributors ; Abbreviations ; Introduction, Sarah Knight and Stefan Tilg ; Part I. Language and Genre ; 1 Classical Latin-Mediaeval Latin-Neo-Latin, Keith Sidwell ; 2 Neo-Latin's Interplay with Other Languages, Demmy Verbeke ; 3 Lyric Poetry, Victoria Moul ; 4 Narrative Poetry, Florian Schaffenrath ; 5 Epigram and Occasional Poetry, David Money ; 6 Comedy, Stefan Tilg ; 7 Tragedy, Gary Grund ; 8 Oratory, Marc Van Der Poel ; 9 Political Advice, Erik de Bom ; 10 Historiography, Patrick Baker ; 11 Letters, Jan Papy ; 12 Fiction, Mark T. Riley ; 13 Satire, Ingrid De Smet ; Part II. Cultural Contexts ; 14 School, Robert Black ; 15 University, Sarah Knight ; 16 Philosophy, Guido Giglioni ; 17 Science and Medicine, Brian Ogilvie ; 18 Contacts with the Arab World, Dag Nikolaus Hasse ; 19 Biblical Humanism, Andrew Taylor ; 20 Catholicism, Jason Harris ; 21 Protestantism, Irena Backus ; 22 Political Action, Marc Laureys ; 23 Gender, Diana Robin ; 24 Social Status, Francoise Waquet ; Part III. Countries and Regions ; 25 Italy, David Marsh ; 26 France, Paul White ; 27 British Isles, Estelle Haan ; 28 German-Speaking Countries, Robert Seidel ; 29 Iberian Peninsula, Alejandro Coroleu and Catarina Fouto ; 30 Low Countries, Dirk Sacre ; 31 Scandinavia, Peter Zeeberg and Annika Strom ; 32 East-Central Europe, Cristina Neagu ; 33 Colonial Spanish America and Brazil, Andrew Laird ; 34 North America, Jean-Francois Cottier, Haijo Westra, and John Gallucci ; 35 Asia, Noel Golvers ; General References, Sarah Knight and Stefan Tilg