BRILL’S ENCYCLOPEDIA OF THE NEO-LATIN – 2 vols

Philip Ford (University of Cambridge; Reino Unido), Jan Bloemendal (Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts, Holanda) y Charles Fantazzi (East Carolina University, USA) – Editores

Leiden, Holanda. BRILL. ISBN. 9789004265721. Marzo de 2014. 1350 págs. Encuadernado.

 

PVP EUR 420,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Les ofrecemos el volumen nº 3 de la serie RENAISSANCE SOCIETY OF AMERICA. Si quieren recibir el listado del resto de volúmenes, pídanlos y se los enviaremos para que puedan comprobar cuáles les faltan.

 

Esta nueva obra estudia la importancia en la historia y el ámbito de uso del nuevo latín, la forma de latín que se originó en el Renacimiento Italiano y que persiste en la era moderna.

Incluye contribuciones de académicos internacionales, estos 2 volúmenes exploran cada aspecto del mundo civilizado desde la literatura y el derecho a la filosofía o las ciencias. Una obra de referencia de valor incalculable para los expertos más avanzados o para los estudiantes universitarios.

 

Además, podemos enviar el listado completo del índice donde están todos los conceptos explicados, donde se pueden ver los que, por ejemplo, se refieren más concretamente a España.

 

 

Extracto del índice:

Preface

Jan Bloemendal, Charles Fantazzi, Craig Kallendorf

About the Authors

List of Illustrations

MACROPAEDIA

Part I Language and Education

1 From Mediaeval Latin to Neo-Latin

2 Neo-Latin: Character and Development

3 On Neologisms in Neo-Latin

4 Neo-Latin and Renaissance Schools

5 Neo-Latin Prosody and Versification

6 Conversational Latin to 1650

7 Conversational Latin: 1650 to the Present

8 Women’s Education

9 Revival of Classical Texts

10 Hellenism

11 Translation and Neo-Latin

12 Imitation, Emulation, Ciceronianism, Anti-Ciceronianism

13 Neo-Latin Prose Style (from Petrarch to c. 1650)

14 Pronunciation of Latin

Part II Latin and Printing

15 Humanist Printers

16 Philology: Editions and Editorial Practices in the Early Modern Period

17 The Neo-Latin Commentary

18 Textual Transaction and Transformation in the Renaissance Printed Book

19 Commonplace Books

20 Encyclopaedias and Dictionaries

21 Fifteenth-Century Humanist Manuscript Production

Part III Latin and the Vernacular

22 Neo-Latin and the Vernacular: Prose

23 Neo-Latin and the Vernacular: Poetry

Part IV Neo-Latin Literature

24 Neo-Latin Literary Genres and the Classical Tradition: Adaptation and Inventions

Prose

25 Neo-Latin Fiction

26 Neo-Latin Prose Satire

27 Letters

28 Neo-Latin ‘Essays’: An Absent Genre that is Omnipresent

29 The Theory and Practice of History in Neo-Latin Literature

Poetry

30 Epigrams—The Classical Tradition

31 Elegiac Poetry

32 Neo-Latin Lyric Poetry in the Renaissance

33 Satire

34 Pastoral

35 The Classification of Neo-Latin Didactic Poetry from the Fifteenth to Nineteenth Centuries

36 The Neo-Latin Epic

37 Poetic Psalm Paraphrases

Drama

38 Neo-Latin Drama

Erotic Literature

39 Neo-Latin Erotic and Pornographic Literature (c. 1400-c. 1700)

Part V Latin and the Arts

40 Classicising the Unclassical: The Challenge of Music Theory

41 Latin Words to Music

42 Neo-Latin and the Visual Arts in Italy

43 Neo-Latin and the Plastic Arts in Northern Europe

44 Architecture

Part VI Latin and Philosophy

45 Aristotelianism and Scholasticism

46 Ficino and Neo-Platonism

47 Epicureanism and the Other Hellenistic Philosophies

48 Political Philosophy

49 Early Modern Philosophical Systems

Part VII Latin and the Sciences

50 Astronomy and Astrology

51 Medicine

52 Neo-Latin Mathematics

53 From Alchemy to Chemistry

Part VIII Latin and the Church

54 Theological Discourse

55 Patristics

56 The Reformation

57 Counter-Reformation

58 The Passion(s) of Jesuit Latin

Part IX Latin and Law

59 Law Latin and English Law

Part X Latin and the New World

60 Cosmography and Exploration

61 Latin in Latin America

62 Neo-Latin in North America

63 Asia

Part XI Neo-Latin: The Twilight Years

64 Neo-Latin Verse in the Twilight Years (1700-Present)

65 Neo-Latin Prose in the Twilight Years (1700-Present)

Part XII History of Neo-Latin Studies

66 History of Neo-Latin Studies

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