Acta Conventus Neo-Latini

Acta Conventus Neo-Latini is a peer-reviewed series offering a world-wide selection of articles on Neo-Latin language and literature (fiction as well as non-fiction), of relevance for all studies in Early Modern History. The contributions have been presented as papers at the conferences arranged every three years by the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies, and together they represent the current state of affairs in the discipline.

General Editor: Florian Schaffenrath, Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Neulateinische Studien

Editorial Board:
Donatella Coppini (University of Florence)
Jean-François Cottier (University of Paris—Sorbonne)
Claudia Schindler (University of Hamburg)
Carolina Ponce Hernández (University of Mexico)
Farkas Gábor Kiss (University of Budapest)
John C. Leeds (Florida Atlantic University)
Joaquín Pascual Barea (University of Cádiz)
Sonja Schreiner (University of Vienna)