NEO-LATIN STUDIES

SELECT PRINT RESOURCES

Cambridge Companion to Renaissance Humanism.   J. Kraye.   Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1996.  Tisch Book Stacks CB361.C26 1996

Companion to Ne0-Latin Studies. Jozef Ijsewijn. 2nd revised edition. Louvain : Louven University Press : Peeters Press, 1990-1998.   

Tisch Book Stacks PA8020 137. 1990

Catullus and his Renaissance Readers.  J. H. Gaisser.   Oxford:  Oxford University Press,  1993.  Tisch Book Stacks PA6276.G35 1993

Erasmus and the Age of Reformation.  J. Huizinga (trans. F. Hopman).   New York: Harper:  1957.   Tisch Book Stacks PA8518.H83 1957

Lexique de la prose latine de la renaissance.  R. Hoven.   Boston/Leiden: Brill, 2006.  Tisch Reference  PA8081.H68 2006

Renaissance Latin Poetry. ed.,  I.D. McFarlane. Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 1980. Tisch Books Stacks PA8164.R46 1980

Renaissance Latin Verse: An Anthology.  eds., A. Perosa and J. Sparrow.  Chapel Hill: University of  North Carolina Press, 1979.   Tisch Book Stacks PA8123.R4 1979

Saturae.  G. Pascoli (introduzione, testo, commento e appendice a cura di Alfonso Traina).Firenze: La Nuova Italia, 1977.    Tisch Stacks PQ4835.A3 S38 1977

 

SELECT ONLINE RESOURCES

An Analytic Bibliography of On-Line Neo-Latin Texts. This is a meta-page with pointers to all the neo-Latin texts on line, including page images of early modern books, HTML presentations of texts, and every other format available.

Andy Holt Virtual Library: Incunabula. The incunabula section is composed of a home page devoted to the history, features, materials and procedures early printing, a second page containing catalogs and databases, and a third page with links to whole or selected pages of photographic facsimiles consultable online.

Iter: The Bibliography of Medieval and Renaissance Europe from 400-1700.

CAMENAA project digitizing German neo-Latin;  they've worked with Perseus a bit.

International Association for Neo-Latin Studies.

Johann Ramminger Neulateinische Wortliste. Ein Wörterbuch des Lateinischen von Petrarca bis 1700.

Bibliographical Aid to the Study of Renaissance Latin Texts. This regularly-updated online bibliography brings together details of publications relating to the study of Renaissance Latin texts. The extensive bibliography is organised thematically and covers the following broad topics: lexicographical aids (including dictionaries and word lists); characteristics of humanistic Latin (with sub-sections on: language and style; prose; poetry and meter; and individual texts and authors); and editing Renaissance Latin texts. Each section gives information on both general reference works and more detailed studies on the topic. Included in the list are references to journal articles as well as scholarly monographs. Links are also provided to those items which are available online.

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