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Recent publications in Neo-Latin studies

Ceri Davies, ed., tr., John Prise, Historiae Britannicae Defensio / A Defence of the British History, (Bodleian Library Publishing and the Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies, Toronto, 2015).

Brian Bishop, Recitation of Latin Prose and Verse (Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2012). A portion of this volume is available for download here.

Olivier RIMBAULT, « Roma orbis patria. Du néolatin au latin contemporain, Rome, la patrie perdue, retrouvée ou rêvée », Réflexion(s), mars 2012 (available here).

Alejandro Coroleu, Printing and reading Italian Latin Humanism in Renaissance Europe (ca. 1470 - ca. 1540) (Newcastle-upon-Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014)

 
Andrew Taylor, ed. and intro., Neo-Latin and Translation in the Renaissance, Canadian Review of Comparative Literature / Revue Canadienne de Littérature Comparée, 41.4 (c. Dec. 2014)
 
Sarah Knight and Stefan Tilg, eds, The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin (Oxford: OUP, 2015)
Latin: the Renaissance's world language is and accompanying a blogpost by the editors of the handbook.
 
Jan Bloemendal, Charles Fantazzi, Philip Ford† and Arjan van Dijk, eds, Brill’s Encyclopaedia of the Neo-Latin World (Leiden: Brill, 2014)
 
Ingrid De Smet, La Fauconnerie à la Renaissance. Le Hieracosophion (1582-1584) de Jacques Auguste de Thou. Édition critique, traduction et commentaire, précédés d’une étude historique de la chasse au vol en France au XVIe siècle, Bibliotheca Cynegetica 7 / Travaux d'Humanisme et Renaissance 520 (Geneva: Droz, 2013)
 
Paul White, Jodocus Badius Ascensius: Commentary, Commerce and Print in the Renaissance (Oxford: Oxford University Press/The British Academy, 2013)
 
Thomas Earle and Catarina Fouto, eds., The Reinvention of Theatre in Sixteenth-Century Europe: Traditions, Texts and Performance (Oxford: Legenda, 2015)
 
Steven Reid and David McOmish, eds., Latin Literature and the Classical World in Early Modern Scotland (Leiden: Brill, series: Brill Studies in Intellectual History, frothcoming 2016).
 
John Gilmore has contributed a chapter on neo-Latin poetry to the forthcoming Wiley Encyclopaedia of Eighteenth Century Literature.
 

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