Latin and the Vernaculars in Early Modern Europe

Contributions from the conference
Texts & Contexts IV, The Role of Latin in Early Modern Europe,
hosted by the University of Aarhus; Sandbjerg, 17.–20.5.2007

ed. Trine Arlund Hass & Johann Ramminger

Renæssanceforum 6 • 2010
(download the volume as one pdf-file)
Preface and Table of Contents
Johann Ramminger
Humanists and the Vernacular: Creating the Terminology for a Bilingual Universe (English summary)
Marc Laureys
A Little Known Plea in Defense of Latin: Gabriel Barrius's Pro Lingua Latina (English summary)
Jonathan Adams & Peter Zeeberg
The Dictionary Database at An Online Tool for the Study of Renaissance Language in Denmark (English summary)
Kaare Rübner Jørgensen
Paulus Helie – a Sixteenth-Century Danish Humanist and Historian (English summary)
Philip Ford
The Symbiotic Muse: The Case of Neo-Latin and Vernacular Poetry in Renaissance France(English summary)
Nienke Tjoelker
Jesuit Image Rhetoric in Latin and the Vernacular: The Latin and Dutch emblems of the Imago Primi Saeculi (English summary)
Geoffrey Eatough
William Camden's Reshaping of Britain (English summary)
Keith Sidwell
Intimations of Irish: O'Meara's Ormonius and the display of vernacular learning (English summary)
Jason Harris & Emma Nic Cárthaigh
Romancing the Bards. Early-Modern Latin Translations of Irish Poetry (English summary)


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