Monday, 3 August 2015

9.00–10.00 Opening Ceremony

10.00–11.00 Plenary Lecture i

Hans Helander: Why was it necessary for Neo-Latin authors to coin new words?

11.30–13.00 Paper Sessions

Session i: Wit and Invective (chair: Marc Laureys)

Dirk Sacré: Chorus Musarum: Caustic Muses. The Poet Janus De Bisschop Revisited

Roswitha Simons: Gaudeo materia gladiandi more scolaris. Die lateinische Invektivendichtung anlässlich des Todes Karls des Kühnen von Burgund (1477) zwischen mittelalterlicher und humanistischer Literaturtradition

Jan Papy: Drunken Germans. Christophorus Hegendorphinus’s Encomium ebrietatis (1519) in its historical and literary context

Session ii: Variations of Poetry: Elegy and Decadence (chair: Heinz Hofmann)

Christoph Pieper: Die Cyris des Basinio da Parma oder: Der Dichter spricht

Francesco Cabras: Petrarchism in Jan Kochanowski’s elegies. A comparison with the Neo-Latin situation

Lars Nyberg: French decadent Latin poetry: Gautier, Baudelaire and Rimbaud

Session iii: Jacob Balde (chair: Florence Bistagne)

Valéry Berlincourt: Entre poétique et savoir antiquaire: les commentateurs de Stace face aux jeux funèbres de la Thébaïde

David Andrew Porter: The Prosody and Satire of Jakob Balde

Philipp Weiss: Höfische, städtische und überregionale Repräsentationsräume in barocker Kasualdichtung am Beispiel von Jacob Baldes Epithalamium (1635)

Session iv: (Fictional) Journeys (chair: Minna Skafte Jensen)

Carlo Santini: Simmetrie, dittici e polittici nel Klim di Ludvig Holberg

Miller Krause: The Invention of Le Moyne’s Gallorum in Floridam … altera navigatio

Xavier Espluga: Lake Garda revisited: Andrea Mantegna, Samuele da Tradate and Felice Feliciano searching for Roman inscriptions

Session v: Letterwriting (chair: Astrid Steiner-Weber)

Robert Seidel: Der Briefwechsel des späthumanistischen Gelehrten Nikodemus Frischlin (1547–1590): Edition, Regesten, Kommentar

Kristi Viiding: Oro, ut consilium latine exprimi cures … Der Rigaer Humanist David Hilchen und die späthumanistische Sprachenmischung in Osteuropa

Violeta Moretti: Vernacular instances in Paulus Ritter’s verse epistles

Session vi: History and Politics i (chair: Franz Römer)

Geoffrey Eatough: Bellum offensivum in America … fore compendissimum: William Camden’s presentation of the great English policy debate of 1598

Barbara Sasse Tateo: Humanistische Chronik und Volksbuch: Die Barbarossa-Biographie des Johannes Adelphus Muling und ihre Quellen

Daniel Álvarez Gómez: El Compendium de las Constituciones de Cataluña de Narcís de Sant Dionís

Session vii: Alegre and Nebrija or Neo-Latin in Mexico (chair: Ricardo da Cunha Lima)

Carolina Ponce Hernández: El conocimiento y el bien moral en las Institutiones Theologicae de Francisco Javier Alegre

María Leticia López Serratos: Los velos de la lengua latina: un discurso sobre infidelidad en la obra jesuita mexicano Francisco Javier Alegre (siglo xviii)

Felipe González Vega: Estilemas narrativos en la Tertia Quinquagena de Antonio de Nebrija (Alcalá: Brocar, 1516)

15.00–16.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Special Session: Neo-Latin Drama and Vernacular Theatre (chair: Jan Bloemendal)

Howard B. Norland: Thomas More’s Martyrdom as Represented in London and Rome

Aleksi Mäkilähde: Intertextuality and Allusions in Neo-Latin School Drama

James A. Parente, Jr.: The Tragedy of Queenship: The Historical Dramas of Jacobus Zevecotius

Session ii: Special Session: Jesuit Neo-Latin Emblem Books, and the Didactic Use of Images (chair: Karl Enenkel)

Karl Enenkel: Enargeia Fireworks: Jesuit Image Theory in Franciscus Neumayr’s Rhetorical Manual (Idea Rhetoricae, 1748)

Christian Peters: Prognostic Fame and Didactic Use: Jesuit Emblem Books as Mirrors of Princes

Grégory Ems: The Adventures of the Soul in an Emblematic Manuscript of the Belgian Royal Library

Session iii: Giovanni Pontano (chair: Antonio Iurilli)

Florence Bistagne: Une lettre de Pontano a Francesco Sforza, Pierpont Morgan Library, Misc. Italian, ma 2569: hybridation linguistique et prestige de la langue

Eléonore Villalba: La fortune des Naeniae de Giovanni Pontano chez les poètes néo-latins espagnols au xvie siècle

Francesco Saverio Minervini: Sul latino del Pontano: le osservazioni dell’Abate di Grisolia nella seconda metà del Settecento

Session iv: Letters and Eulogy (chair: Kristi Viiding)

Diana Sorić: Antun Vrančić’s “Occasional” Letters in the Light of the Humanistic Treatises of Letter-Writing

Erzsébet Borbála Sörös: Paolo Giovios Elogium als Vorbild von Antun Vrančić

Sándor Máté Tóth: Laus Laudonis – Ein in Vergessenheit geratener neulateinischer Dichter: Hödl Joachim, der Beograd und den Feldmarschall Laudon besang

Session v: Special Session: Latine loqui pene solus in Latio: Rabelais, le latin et le néo-latin (chair: Mireille Huchon)

Olivier Pédeflous: Les références juridiques dans la correspondance latine de Rabelais

Claude La Charité: Le système orthotypographique de Rabelais en latin

Romain Menini: Rabelais éditeur d’Aulu-Gelle chez Gryphe

Session vi: History and Politics ii: Special Session: Hugo Grotius: historiographer, diplomat and political thinker (chair: Jeanine De Landtsheer)

Henk Nellen: Hugo Grotius and the right of resistance

Jan Waszink: Grotius as historian: Tacitism, realism and natural law

Lydia Janssen: Hugo Grotius’s Historia Gotthorum: ancient history in the service of early-modern politics

Session vii: Neo-Latin in Croatia (chair: Lav Šubarić)

Luka Špoljarić: Profile of a Dalmatian Protohumanist: Ivan Sobota of Trogir in the Light of his Correspondence

Irena Bratičević: Epigrams in Bošković’s manuscript collection at the Bancroft Library (University of California, Berkeley)

Mislav Gregl: Baltazar Adam Krčelic’s Dissertatio ex inscriptione Sztenjevicensi de veteri Andautonio Pannoniae olim oppido

17.00–19.00 Paper Sessions

Session i: Epic Poetry – multifold (chair: Vibeke Roggen)

Hermann Krüssel: Zu Ignaz Josef Kuiks De Lapsu Napoleonis Bonaparte seu Epicedion Jacobinismi: Abrechnung des Dichters mit Napoleon in Wien (1816)

Heinz Hofmann: Magnis nata triumphis insula: Malta in the Liladamus of Jacques Mayre (1685)

Giacomo Dalla Pietà: Francis at a crossroads. Francesco Mauri’s Franciscias. An introduction

Session ii: Neo-Latin and the (Visual) Arts (chair: Craig Kallendorf)

Colette Nativel: Rubens, peintre néo-latin ou vernaculaire

Thomas Penguilly: Narcisse et Protée, ou les risques du philologue au miroir de l’emblématique

Julia Haig Gaisser: Theme and Variation in the Coryciana

Marc Laureys: Unveiling the Calumny of Apelles: Caspar Dornavius’s Calumniae repraesentatio

Session iii: Special Session: Cultura popolare e cultura accademica nell’opera di Giovanni Pontano e nella Napoli Aragonese (chair: Michele Rinaldi)

Michele Rinaldi: Tradizioni dotte e tradizione popolare nelle opere astrologiche di Giovanni Pontano

Mario Del Franco: Latinità, letteratura volgare e devozione popolare nel De laudibus divinis di Giovanni Pontano

Session iv: Functions of Poetry (chair: Christoph Pieper)

Ricardo Da Cunha Lima: Les pasquilli d’Antonius Goveanus

Janika Päll: Idem latine … aliud latine: the functions of pairing Greek an Latin poems from Early Modern Livonia in a European context

Hans Nollet: All that glitters is (not) gold, or why Justus Lipsius (1547–1606) inserted poems in his Diva Sichemiensis

María De Lourdes Santiago: Un modelo neolatino de la literatura cinegética: Alcon sive de cura canum venaticorum

Session v: Latin Language (chair: Johannes Amann-Bubenik)

Elisabeth Klecker: Formen und Funktionen des Lateinischen auf dem Pressburger bzw. Wiener Fürstentag von 1515

Josef Eskhult: Latin and the history of languages: the role of Latin in the early modern European conceptualization of the linguistic past

L’udmila Buzássyová: The Chapters De voce and De litteris in Renaissance Grammar and Petrus Ramus’s dichotomies in Nudožerinus’s Grammaticae Bohemicae libri duo and the anonymus’s De litteratura Slavorum germanissima

Annamaria Lesigang-Bruckmüller: Viennae autem nomen … Frühneuzeitliche (lateinische) Forschungen über den Ursprung des Namens der Stadt Wien

Session vi: History and Politics iii (chair: Ingrid De Smet)

Richard Frank: Sigonio: Philology to History

Ágnes Juhász-Ormsby: Commemorating Royal Entries. William Lily’s Verses for Charles v’s Triumph in London (1522)

István Lázár: Rhetorica et historia. Descriptio Matthiae, regis Hungarorum in operibus Antonii Bonfini

Session vii: Digital Approaches (chair: Johann Ramminger)

Katarzyna Jasińska-Zdun / Magdalena Turska: A digital edition of Ioannes Dantiscus’ texts and correspondence

Gorana Stepanić: Deities in Big Numbers. A Digital Analysis of the Mythological Apparatus in Three Croatian Neo-Latin Epics

Susanna De Beer: Mapping Humanist Visions of Rome. A Digital Approach to the Literary Appropriations of the Eternal City

Šime Demo: Structure of the vocabulary in macaronic Latin. A digital approach

Tuesday, 4 August

9.00–10.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Austria’s Praise and Vienna’a Glory (chair: Annamaria Lesigang-Bruckmüller)

Johannes Amann-Bubenik: Ein Flüssekonzil zu Ehren Kaiser Maximilians ii.: Das carmen „Danubius“ des Augustinus Eucaedius

Nicol Sipekiová: Viennae oppugnatio et defensio … a Jesuit school drama on the Battle of Vienna

Session ii: Latine loquamur! (chair: Kurt Smolak)

Karl August Neuhausen: De duobus varii generis libris Latino sermone compositis, quibus Ioannes Conradus Schwartz ineunte saeculo xviii. plagium quodcumque litterarium reprehendit et condemnavit

Ádám Szabó: Magister Sacri Palatii Apostolici pro antitrinitariis arguit? Receptio Annii Viterbensis in Transylvania

László Szörényi: Orationes sollennes die Sancti Ladislai habitae et discipuli Hungari Universitatis Viennensis

Session iii: Petrarch I (chair: Laura Refe)

Hartmut Wulfram: ‚Nie wieder Avignon‘: Die Adynata in Petrarcas Epistula metrica 3, 28

Alexander Winkler: Petrarcas Africa in der Tradition des lateinischen Epos

Vibeke Roggen: Frame and narrative in Petrarch’s Africa

Session iv: Neo-Latin Novel I: Special Session: The Neo-Latin Novel: General Ideas (chair: Florian Schaffenrath)

Stefan Tilg: The Neo-Latin Novel: corpus, research, prospects

Farkas Gábor Kiss: Readers of 17th-century Neo-Latin novels in East Central Europe

Session v: Special Session: Traduire en Français le De regno et regali potestate de William Barclay (1600) (chair: Bernard Bourdin)

Bernard Bourdin / Isabelle Bouvignies: Pourquoi traduire le De regno de William Barclay?

Lucie Claire: Aspects méthodologiques de la traduction du De regno de Barclay

Carine Ferradou: Le Latin de William Barclay dans le De regno et regali potestate: exemples d’une langue en évolution et enjeux traductologiques

Session vi: History and Politics iv (chair: Patrick Baker)

Gábor Petneházi: The Commentarii of Ferenc Forgách and the European historiography in the second half of the xvith century

John K. Hale: Thomas Hobbes’s Verse Autobiography, 1679–1681

Roger S. Fisher: Law Pedagogy and History in Thomas Watson’s Compendium memoriae localis

Session vii: Neo-Latin in Bratislava and Trnava (chair: Christine Wulf)

Daniel Škoviera: Valentin Ecchius: ex poeta vir politicus

Zoltán Csehy: Hortus formosissimus. Nicolaus Istvánffy e il gruppo letterario di S. Radéczy in Posonio (oggi Bratislava)

Jozef Kordoš: Tyrnavia crescens II – the Second Panegyric on George Lippay

11.00–12.00 Plenary lecture ii

Avelina Carrera-de la Red: Non tenentes caput …: Fe, razón y monstruos en Pedro de Valencia (1555–1620) y Francisco de Goya (1746–1828)

14.00–15.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Philology: Grammar and Lexicography (chair: Lika Gordeziani)

Anneli Luhtala: Scholastic Influence in Humanist Treatises on Syntax

John Considine: Neo-Latin lexicography in the shadow of the Catholicon

Clementina Marsico: Medieval Latin in Lorenzo Valla’s vocabulary

Session ii: Special Session: Les poèmes religieux d’Ercole Strozzi (chair: Jean-Louis Charlet)

Béatrice Charlet-Mesdjian: La religiosité d’Ercole Strozzi d’après sa poésie religieuse

Dominique Voisin: La poétique des Odes et du Proseuchon liber d’Ercole Strozzi

Jean-Louis Charlet: La métrique des Odes d’Ercole Strozzi

Session iii: Petrarch ii (chair: Hartmut Wulfram)

Giulia Perucchi: La biblioteca scientifica di Francesco Petrarca

Laura Refe: Petrarca lettore di Cicerone: il ms. 552–2 della Médiathèque du Grand Troyes

Daniela Mairhofer: Statius and Petrarch’s Africa

Session iv: Neo-Latin Novel ii: Special Session: The Neo-Latin Novel in the Habsburg Empire (chair: Florian Schaffenrath)

Isabella Walser: Of Persian Heroes, Greek Philosophers and Roman Gods: The Allegorical Mode in Ertl’s Austriana regina Arabiae (1687)

Florian Schaffenrath: Der verschwundene Aeneas in Székelys Aeneas Habspurgus (1695)

Jonathan Meyer: Stranger than fiction: An unconventional Neo-Latin novel called Leopoldus II. in campo Rákos (1790)

Session v: Special Session: Erasmi Roterodami Paraphrasis in Novum Testamentum (chair: Eric MacPhail)

Jean-François Cottier: Quatre paraphrases et un évangile, ou comment réécrire sans répéter

Jan Bloemendal: Narration and Exegesis in Erasmus’s Paraphrases of Luke

Miekse L. Van Poll-Van De Lisdonk: Die Paraphrasis in Novum Testamentum im Rahmen von Erasmus’ Bibelarbeiten

Session vi: History and Politics v (chair: Geoffrey Eatough)

Franz Römer: Die älteste Kommentierung der Germania

Marijke Crab: Of Monsters and Men. Renaissance Commentaries on Suetonius’ Lives of the Twelve Caesars

Raf Van Rooy: Latin as a variable language. Livy’s Patavinitas through Early Modern eyes

Session vii: Special Session: L’Italia e il Regno di Napoli come sede di una Nuova Grecia nella poesia di Giovanni Pontano (chair: Antonietta Iacono)

Antonietta Iacono: Territorio, poesia ed erudizione nel De hortis Hesperidum di Giovanni Pontano

C. Vera Tufano: Mythology and Territory in Pontano’s Eclogae

16.00–18.00 Paper Sessions

Session i: Neo-Latin Poetry, from Source to Function (chair: Robert Seidel)

Arnold Becker: Ambiguität und Einheitlichkeit als Beurteilungskriterien in der neulateinischen Horazrezeption

Chris L. Heesakkers: Humanistic ambitions of the first Dutch university, as reflected in Janus Dousa’s Nova poemata (Leiden 1575)

Eva Van Hooijdonk: Poetry for the Dutch cause

Session ii: Neo-Latin in the Sky or Neo-Latin and Science (chair: Thomas Gärtner)

Svorad Zavarský: Between the Universe and Universal Knowledge. Martinus Szent-Ivany’s Curiosiora et selectiora variarum scientiarum miscellanea (1689–1709)

Peter Zeeberg: Paratextual strategies in Tycho Brahes’s De Nova Stella (1573)

Wolfgang Kofler: Ptolemaios in Basel: Selbstinszenierung durch Bild und Text in Sebastian Münsters Cosmographia

Reinhold F. Glei: Neulatein als Sprache der Mathematik

Session iii: Special Session: Metodología para el estudio de los textos médicos latinos humanísticos: aspectos lingüísticos y literarios (chair: María-Teresa Santamaría Hernández)

Miguel Ángel González Manjarrés: Humanismo médico y medicina del Renacimiento. Aclaraciones, enfoques, metodologías

María-Teresa Santamaría Hernández: El latín de la medicina humanistica y la barbarie médica: claves lingüísticas de un enfrentamiento parcial

Ana Isabel Martín Ferreira: Entre la filologia y la ciencia: La literatura médica sobre enfermedades infantiles en los siglos xvxvii

Rocío Martínez Prieto: La difusión del humanismo médico español: procedimientos para el análisis de su proyección en algunas obras

Session iv: Neo-Latin as “Medium” (chair: Judith Rice Henderson)

Mikolaj Szymanski: Exempla Latina – Szymon Birkowski’s Appendix to De compositione verborum

Sanja Perić-Gavrančić: Institutiones linguae Illyricae (1604) and Thesaurus linguae Illyricae (1649) – how the authority of the Latin language provided the legitimacy to a vernacular

Maria-Asunción Sanchez-Manzano: On amplificatio / auxesis in rhetorical treatises 1650–1700

Judith Rice Henderson: Historicizing the Renaissance Historiography of Rhetoric

Session v: Commentary and Conjecture (chair: Daniela Mairhofer)

Lika Gordeziani: Petite fabrique d’adages modernes chez Érasme: réflexions sur la créativité érasmienne

Fabrizio Crasta: Il commento di Leonardo Dati alla Città di vita di Matteo Palmieri: commento o autocommento?

Tor Ivar Østmoe: What is a conjecture? The cases of Lambin, Bentley, and Peerlkamp on Horace

Marie-Rose Logan: Guillaume Budé’s Hercules “Ogmios” in the Annotationes ad Pandectarum Libros, xi.3.1.3

Session vi: History and Politics vi: Special Session: Transformationen antiker und mittelalterlicher Historiographie und Biographie im Renaissance-Humanismus (chair: Bernd Roling)

Patrick Baker: The Historian and His Art: Thoughts on Historiography in Quattrocento Italy

Johannes Helmrath: Serielle Biographie und Nation: Die Catalogi des Johannes Trithemius

Ronny Kaiser: Wozu Mittelalter? Antike und mittelalterliche Geschichtsdarstellungen in humanistischen Editionen und Kommentaren

Maike Priesterjahn: Transformationen in Paolo Emilios De Rebus Gestis Francorum

Session vii: Swedish Neo-Latin (chair: Elena Dahlberg)

Peter Sjökvist: Congratulatory texts from professors to students in Swedish dissertations

Bernhard Schirg: Olof Rudbeck (1630–1702) and the Fate of Atlantis

Lisa Heine: Movement of Borders and Identity – Swedish Nationality in Michael Wexionius Gyldenstolpe’s Epitome

Arne Jönsson: From av-gvst-vs to gvst-av-vs

Session viii: Structure and Texture (chair: Lucia Gualdo Rosa)

Donatella Coppini: Dame col mazzolino: poesia latina, poesia volgare e arti figurative nel Quattrocento fiorentino

Valeria Di Iasio: Il libro di lusus: prime note sulla struttura del Liber tertius di Marcantonio Flaminio

Giovanni Ferroni: Fra Germania e Italia: le De M. Antonio Flaminio expositae narrationes di Joachim Camerarius

Alejandra Guzmán Almagro: Martin del Rio between philology and demonology

Wednesday, 5 August

9.00–11.00 Paper Sessions

Session i: Heroides, Letters and Book Transfer (chair: Anne-Marie Lewis)

Teresa Baier: Germania-Allegorien in der Heroidendichtung der Frühen Neuzeit

Thomas Gärtner: Mimetische Briefe. Eine Sondergestaltung neulateinischer Heroidenbriefe

Johanna Svensson: Humanism and Lutheran Confessional Culture. Letters by Clergymen in 17th-century Denmark

Annika Kuuse: The structure of hexameter in 17th-century academic occasional poetry

Session ii: Cosmography and Astronomy (chair: Wolfgang Kofler)

Caroline Stark: Humanist Cosmographers

Áron Orbán: Cosmic symbolism and self-representation in Conrad Celtis’ birthday poems

Session iii: Religion and Philosophy i (chair: Raija Sarasti-Wilenius)

Walther Ludwig: Philosophy and Theology not in a Burlesque Mode: The Pantheisticon of John Toland

Valery Rees: A sojourner in Florence: Neoplatonic themes in the Hymni naturales of Marullus

Antonio Iurilli: Alla ricerca del paradiso di carta: la biblioteca perfetta di Erycius Puteanus e di Giacinto Gimma

Juan J. Valverde Abril: La diferenciación de las traducciones latinas de la Política de Aristóteles

Session iv: Neo-Latin on all Continents (chair: Sari Kivistö)

Olivia Isidro Vázquez: Los himnos latinos de William Lampart, hacia la formulación de un estilo en el autor: aspectos sintáticos y métricos

Elke Steinmeyer: Neo-Latin in South Africa

Akihiko Watanabe: Pietro Paolo Palumbo’s Non Recedat Volumen (1573): Illustrated Elegiacs and Japanese Christians

Session v: Neo-Latin, History and Erudition (chair: Elie Borza)

Gábor Bradácz: Die Wirkung des römischen Geschichtsdenkens auf die ungarische Geschichtsschreibung des Humanismus

György Szabados: „Historiographia Hungaro-Latina“ – On the Neo-Latin roots of the Hungarian erudition

György Palotás: Politics of the Habsburgs in the Poems of Michael Verancius (1514–1571)

Session vi: Special Session: Humanist Networks of Central and East European Humanism (1420 to 1620) – Towards a new biobibliography (chair: Christian Gastgeber)

Enikö Békés / Péter Kasza: Centers of Humanist Networks in Hungary

Vratislav Zervan: Nicasius Ellebodius, sein Leben, seine Netzwerke und seine Griechischstudien

Marta Vaculinová / Lucie Storchová: Humanism in Bohemian Lands: Scholarly and Literary Practice, 1480–1640

Christian Gastgeber: Das humanistische Postulat: (Neu)latein nicht ohne (Alt)Griechisch – der transalpine Befund und das Herausbilden von überregionalen Netzwerken

Session vii: Neo-Latin in Italy (chair: Barbara Sasse Tateo)

Lucia Gualdo Rosa: Giovanni Aurispa e la sua attività al servizio della sede apostolica

Ida Gilda Mastrorosa: Biondo Flavio storico di Roma antica nel I libro delle Decades

Francesca Niutta: Latin translators of Zosimus’ Historia nova in sixteenth-century Europe

11.30–12.30 Plenary lecture iii

Fabio Stok: I poeti di Federico da Montefeltro

Thursday, 6 August

09.00–10.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Love (chair: Lydia Janssen)

Elwira Buszewicz: Latin, the vernacular and body language in the discourse of love. Konrad Celtis and Hasilina Sarmata

Eva Simon: Paul Flemings Suavia. Ein Meisterwerk der neulateinischen erotischen Dichtung

Jeanine De Landtsheer: Rooms for Rent in the House of Love! The Case of Benito Arias Montano

Session ii: Theatre (chair: Akihiko Watanabe)

Daniel J. Nodes: From Pulpit to Comic Stage: The Samarites of Petrus Papaeus

Magdaléna Jacková: Subjects of Jesuit School Plays from Provincia Bohemia sj (1700–1750)

Session iii: Religion and Philosophy ii (chair: Joaquin Pascual Barea)

Guy Claessens: The Timaeus in the Seventeenth Century: Jens Bircherod’s Tιµή Tιµαίου

Maria Soraya Ahn Rios: Latin Vocabulary of the Supernatural in Ulrich Molitor’s De Lamiis et Pythonicis Mulieribus (1489)

Sylvia Brown: Early Quakers and the Uses of Latin, 1655–1700

Session v: Book Collections & Book Transfer (chair: Karl August Neuhausen)

Craig Kallendorf: Commentaries, Censorship, and Printed Books in a Transnational Context

Neven Jovanović: De scriptorum in Croatia et in Tyrolide numeris, saeculis, nexibus

Michal Czerenkiewicz: International Neo-Latin Book – Transfer: the Case of the Officina Plantiniana and Christophorus Schedel sr.

Session vi: Women i (chair: Francesca Niutta)

Chiara Kravina: Trasmissione e fortuna di un ‚best seller‘ rinascimentale: il De re uxoria di Francesco Barbaro e il volgarizzamento di Alberto Lollio

Anne-Marie Lewis: Exemplary Women in the Latin Letters of Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots

Pieta Van Beek: Vita bonum fragile est: the lost eulogies of Rotger zum Bergen in honour of Anna Maria van Schurman

Session vii: Special Session: Die Entdeckung der Landschaft (chair: Martin Korenjak)

William Barton: Prospectus – Landschaft auf Latein

Martin Korenjak: Prata rident. Stimmung in neulateinischen Landschaftsbeschreibungen

Johanna Luggin: Landschaft und Land: Die Konzeptualisierung eines vereinten Großbritannien in Landesbeschreibungen des 16. und 17. Jhs.

14.30–16.00 Paper Sessions

Session i: Special Session: Oratoria nuziale e poesia epitalamica nell’Italia del pieno e tardo Rinascimento (chair: Sebastiano Valerio)

Mauro De Nichilo: Retorica e antiquaria nell’oratoria nuziale umanistica

Michele Mongelli: Il Carmen nuptiale in Divam Hyppolitam et Alphonsum Brutiorum ducem di Elisio Calenzio

Sebastiano Valerio: Guerra, amore e poesia nell’epitalamio di Giovanni Tommaso Filocalo per Fabrizio Maramaldo e Porzia Cantelmo

Session ii: Special Session: Sakralerotik (chair: Ruth Monreal)

Ruth Monreal: Verliebt in Maria – Lateinische Mariendichtung in Form von Eklogen und Elegien

Jakob Jung: Flirtversuche mit Gott – Die Eclogae des Pierre Mambrun

Julia Winnacker: Jesus als ‚Objekt der Begierde‘ in Vidas Christias

Session iii: Religion and Philosophy iii: Special Session: Religious pr in late Neo-Latin drama and poetry (chair: Stefan Tilg)

Simon Wirthensohn: Boethius als Mittler jesuitischer Glaubenspropaganda

Valerio Sanzotta: Religiöse Orden und lateinische Dichtung im 18. Jahrhundert: Das Beispiel der Accademia dell’Arcadia

Session iv: Royal Neo-Latin: Treatises about and for Kings (chair: Chris Heesakkers)

Giovanni Rossi: Il trattato De regno et regis institutione (ca. 1484) di Francesco Patrizi, umanista senese

Noreen Humble: Xenophon’s Cyropaedia: Latin and vernacular translations and their target audiences

Astrid Nilsson: Johannes Magnus’ Historia de omnibus Gothorum Sueonumque regibus (1554) and the Case of Gostagus

Session v: Neo-Latin Activities in Modern Times (chair: Elke Steinmeyer)

Barbara Dowlasz: Die Catull-Rezeption in der neulateinischen Versnovelle des 20. Jahrhunderts: Versnovelle vs. kürzere Gedichte

Lav Šubarić: The Tübingen Call of 1808: For and against Latin

Piroska Balogh: Latin, National Identity and the Language Question in Hungarian Journalism: Cultural Intentions on the Ephemerides Budenses (1790–1793)

Session vi: Women ii: Special Session: English Women Translators and Men of the Cloth (chair: Brenda Hosington)

Elizabeth McCutcheon: Margaret More Roper: Correspondent and Translator of Erasmus

Patricia Demers: A cõmocion within the very bowels of the soule: Reading Lady Anne Bacon

Brenda Hosington: Translation as Re-creation: Jane Owen’s Antidote against Purgatory and Roberto Bellarmino’s De gemitu colombae siue lacrymarum libri tres

Session vii: Neo-Latin in Spain (chair: Paulino Pandiella Gutiérrez)

Mariano Madrid Castro: ¿Leyó Miguel de Cervantes a Baptista Mantuano?

Alejandro Martínez Sobrino: El origen del ensayo a partir del comentario a los autores: el caso de Jodoco Badio Ascensio y sus comentarios familiares al Ars horaciano

Joaquín Pascual Barea: Minerva en Hispania: elogio de la ciencia española en el contexto de Europa en el tratado en latín de Rodrigo Caro sobre los dioses antiguoas (1629–1641)

16.30–17.30 Plenary lecture iv

Virginie Leroux: Ecriture et réseau: la dimension sociale et collective de la composition poétique chez Jean Second et ses frères

Friday, 7 August

09.00–10.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Special Session: Neo-Latin Literature in Manuscript: Challenges in Editing and Interpretation (chair: Victoria Moul)

Victoria Moul: Neo-Latin Poetry in English Manuscripts, c. 1550–1700

Elizabeth Sandis: Tackling the grey areas: the Life of White as an editing project

Bianca Facchini: Towards an edition of Mussato’s De lite inter Naturam et Fortunam: textual dilemmas and hermeneutic possibilities

Session ii: Love and Marriage (chair: Outi Merisalo)

Graźyna Urban-Godziek: The Elegiac Eschatology: Jan Kochanowski’s Elysian Circle of the Love Suicide Poets

Jolanta Malinowska / José C. Miralles Maldonado: Epic chronicle of wedding ceremony in the Epithalamium O. M. Sigismundi Augusti et Elisabes Ferdinandi filiae by Petrus Royzius Maureus (1506–1571)

Ágnes Maté: La trasmissione testuale della Historia de duobus amantibus nel suo contesto geografico europeo

Session iii: Religion and Philosophy iv (chair: Bruno Schneeweiss)

Lenka Fišerová: The Subject of Logic and its Place in the Educational Process at the University in the 18th-century

Katarina Karabova: The Latin Textbooks of Philosophy of the University of Trnava (1635–1777)

Reka Lengyel: An 18th-century “Faust” at the Reformed College of Debrecen: Stephanus Hatvani and his Introductio ad principia philosophiae solidioris (1757)

Session iv: Special Session: Per una rilettura di alcune opere del Pontano (chair: Margherita Sciancalepore)

Claudia Corfiati: Ritratti di contemporanei nei Dialoghi del Pontano

Laura Mitarotondo: La crisi politica nel lessico della modernità: incidenza del De Fortuna di Pontano in Machiavelli

Margherita Sciancalepore: Note sulla fortuna del Pontano nel Settecento

Session v: Neo-Latin and the Vernacular i (chair: Harm-Jan Van Dam)

Roger P. H. Green: Latin and vernaculars in early modern Scottish Neo-Latin

Christophe Geudens / Toon Van Hal: The use of proverbs in the Neo-Latin World. Did Neo-Latin function as an intermediary for phraseological exchange between the vernacular languages?

Gerard González Germain: Text and Context in Giovanni Vespucci’s Latin Preface to his School Translation of Sallust’s Catiline

Session vi: Natural History and Didactic Poetry (chair: Áron Orbán)

Dennis Miedek: Giovanni Pontanos Poetik der admiratio: Das Verhältnis von Theorie und Praxis am Beispiel der Lehrgedichte

Barbara Milewska-Waźbińska: Who was the author of the Septem sidera attributed to Copernicus?

Session vii: Neo-Latin and Poland (chair: Pablo Toribio Pérez)

Rosa Ma Marina Sáez: La construcción de la imagen del carácter polaco en la poésia de Pedro Ruiz de Moros: tradición y originalidad

Anna Skolimowska: Fratres et Sorores Ganeae, Secta Cuspidea, Bibones et Comedones – reality of humanist court circles in 16th-century Cracow or literary convention?

11.00–12.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Special Session: Nuovi approcci allo studio del testo: Le frontiere digitali (chair: Paola Tomè)

Paola Tomè / Sabrina Minuzzi: Aspetti concreti nella circolazione degli incunabuli nell’Europa umanistica: il caso dell’Orthographia di Giovanni Tortelli

Sabrina Minuzzi: Colmare il divario tra la tradizione manoscritta e le edizioni moderne: istc, text-inc, mei per lo studio della produzione, distribuzione e ricezione dei libri a stampa del xv secolo

Paolo Mastandrea / Antonio Pistellato / Linda Spinazzè: Strumenti informatici per lo studio della letteratura Latina e Neolatina

Session ii: Special Session: Angelo Colocci (chair: Maia Wellington Gahtan)

Maia Wellington Gahtan: Angelo Colocci: Collections

Nadia Cannata: Angelo Colocci: Editions

Ingrid Rowland: Colocci & Vitruvius – a comparison

Session iii: Religion and Philosophy V (chair: James A. Parente, Jr.)

Kateřina Bobková-Valentová: Latino come lingua di comunicazione nelle case religiose in Boemia

Alena Bočková: Historia Sancti Nepomuceni of 1729 and its Period Translation in the Context of Baroque Translations

Erika Jurikova: Oratio funebris et piis manibus. Literary Forms of Mourning in Baroque Literature

Session iv: Curricula (chair: Sonja Schreiner)

Robert Dulgarian: Et pariet modulos nepotes: a university background and an agonistic context for Marvell’s Latin epigram Upon an Eunuch. A Poet

Christine Wulf: Inschriften an Lateinschulen – Aushängeschilder für eine humanistische Grundbildung im Spannungsfeld von pietas und eruditio

Klaus Heydemann: Eine Kunstübung in der Auslaufphase. Das Verfassen lateinischer Texte in österreichischen Gymnasien unter der Regierung Kaiser Franz I.

Session v: Neo-Latin and the Vernacular ii (chair: Arne Jönsson)

Nicolas De Maeyer: Illustre est Lovanium et Belgium Jansenio. Cornelius Jansenius and the Oratio de interioris hominis reformatione (1628)

Gianmario Cattaneo: Francesco Filelfo and the Vernacula Lingua: the Exercitatiunculae Latinae et Italicae

Harm-Jan Van Dam: Neo-Latin or vernacular? Petrus Scriverius (1576–1660)

Session vi: Special Session: The Poetics and Vocabulary of Neo-Latin Translation (chair: Marianne Pade)

Marianne Pade: Early Neo-Latin theory of translation and medieval poetics

Trine Arlund Hass: Helius Eobanus Hessus and Theocritus

Johann Ramminger: Latin words for ‘to translate’ in fifteenth-century Humanism

Session vii: Special Session: Aspects of Proto-Humanism in the Southern Low Countries (chair: Michiel Verweij)

Michiel Verweij: Books from Italy. The first signs of Humanism in the Southern Low Countries

Ide François: Neo-Latin Consolation Literature in the Low Countries

Jeroen De Keyser: Francesco goes to Gallian Wood. Filelfo’s interaction with Burgundy and France

14.30–16.30 Paper Sessions

Session i: Evaluation and Translation of Literature (chair: Julia Haig Gaisser)

Rodney John Lokaj: Spoleto: A Centre of Humanistic Learning

Xavier Van Binnebeke: Carmen pulchro certamini destinatum. The Certamen Poeticum Hoeufftianum (1845–1978): A study of the documentary sources

Sari Kivistö: The Seven Criteria of Evil Books

Stefano Di Brazzano: De Graecae Anthologiae epigrammatis Latine primum a Caspare Vrsino Velio Silesio poeta redditis

Session ii: Technical Literature (chair: Pieta Van Beek)

Sonja Schreiner: Podagra, (un)gelöst? Thomas Sydenhams englisch-lateinischer Spagat zwischen Gicht, Wassersucht und Hysterie

Bruno Schneeweiss: William Harveys Exercitatio anatomica de motu cordis et sanguinis in animalibus im Diskussionsfeld zeitgenössischer Kritik

Carolin Ritter: England’s First Public Museum – a Triumph over Nature and the East. The Museum Ashmoleanum by John Dolben (1662–1710), recited at Encaenia in 1679

John Leeds: Verbal Mood and Aristotelian Doctrine: The Grammar and Medicine of Thomas Linacre

Session iii: Religion and Philosophy vi (chair: Roger Fisher)

Eric MacPhail: Jean Bodin et l’éloge de la superstition

Annet Den Haan: The New Testament Translation of Giannozzo Manetti (1396–1459)

Pablo Toribio Pérez: Anti-Trinitarian representations of Church History: the case of Benedykt Wiszowaty’s Medulla historiae ecclesiasticae

E. J. Hutchinson: The Uses of Classical Literature in Niels Hemmingsen’s De lege naturae apodictica methodus (1562)

Session iv: Neo-Latin in Eastern Europe (chair: Myroslaw Trofymuk sen.)

Myroslaw Trofymuk jun.: Die neulateinischen Dichtungen von Ireneus Falkowski

Oleksandra Trofymuk: Das literarische Erbe des Het’man der Ukraine Philipp Orlik, eines weithin vergessenen Politikers und Schriftstellers

Florentina Nicolae: The Modernization of the Byzantine Spirit through Neo-Latin: The Orthodoxa Confessio of Petrus Mogilas

Gábor Almási: Faking the National Spirit: False Historical Documents in the Service of the Hungarian National Movement (early 19th-century)

Session v: Neo-Latin and Religion (chair: Herbert Bannert)

Katharina Kagerer: Text und Bild im Dienst der lutherischen Konfessionalisierung: Die lateinisch-deutschen Inschriften der Aegidienkirche in Hülsede

Elia Marinova: Die Pfarreigeschichte von Altbeschenowa im Kontext der lateinischen Historiographie des 18. Jahrhunderts

Kurt Smolak: Vicit. Die marianischen Oden Cölestin Leuthners O.S.B.

Nikolaus Thurn: Ludwig Helmbold und die Humanistenode

Session vi: Neo-Latin and Ideology (chair: Jan Papy)

Paul J. Stapleton: Juan Latinos’s Poetry of a neo-Classical Hispania

Maxim Rigaux: Lepanto in the Neo-Latin Epic Poetry of Spain: Joannes Latinus versus Franciscus Pedrosa

Sílvia Coll-Vinent / Alejandro Coroleu: Joan Estelrich and the reception of Vives in inter-war Europe

Han Lamers: „Dove va il latino?“: The Use of Latin during the Ventennio Fascista (1922–1943)

Session vii: Knowledge and its Transfer (chair: John Considine)

Elie Borza: Commentatio, Prolegomena et Variae Lectiones: différents aspects du commentaire humaniste

David Marsh: Erasmus’ Adagia as a Cultural Encyclopedia

Marjorie Curry Woods: Partes orationis: Parts of a performance

17.00–18.00 Plenary lecture v

Ludwig Braun: Das erstaunliche Petrus-Epos des Antonio Mirabelli

18.00 Closing Ceremony

Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Vindobonensis

Proceedings of the Sixteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies (Vienna 2015)

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