M. van der Poel (éd.), Neo-Latin Philology: Old Tradition, New Approaches

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Marc van der Poel (éd.), Neo-Latin Philology: Old Tradition, New Approaches, Leuven, 2014.

Éditeur : Leuven University Press
Collection : Supplementa humanistica Lovaniensia, 35
205 pages
ISBN : 978-90-5867-989-5
59,50 €

Neo-Latin Philology: Old Tradition, New Approaches explores the question whether the approaches developed in the so-called New or Material Philology can be applied to the study of Renaissance Latin literature. Two contributions in this volume focus on theoretical issues, the first presenting a critical assessment of the debate on New Philology in the 1990s, the second providing some guidelines for researchers of the materiality of sources. The remaining seven contributions discuss various ways in which the material presentation in either manuscript or print played a part in the interpretation of a variety of texts, including Basinio of Parma's Hesperis, Niccolò Perotti's Cornu copiae, some poems by Janus Secundus, a commentary on Horace's Ars poetica, Otto Venius' Emblemata Horatiana, Johann Lauremberg's play Pompejus Magnus, and the Alithinologia by John Lynch.

CONSPECTUS RERUM
— Marc van der Poel, Introduction
— Haijo J. Westra, What's in a Name: Old, New, and Material Philology, Textual Scholarship, and Ideology
— H. Wayne Storey, Method, History, and Theory in Material Philology
— Christoph Pieper, In Search of the Marginal Author. The Working Copy of Basinio of Parma's Hesperis
— Marianne Pade, The Material Fortune of Niccolò Perotti's Cornu Copiae in the Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Centuries
— David Rijser, The Tortuous Path from Anonymity to Authorship: ms bav Vat. Lat. 2742
— Werner J.C.M. Gelderblom, The Materiality of Revision: Manuscript, Print and Revisions in Johannes Secundus'
Poetry
— Marc van der Poel, Venius' Emblemata Horatiana: Material Fragmentation of a Classical Poet
— Tom Deneire, Antiquarian Latin and the Materiality of Late Humanist Culture:the Case of Johann Lauremberg's play
Pompejus Magnus (1610)
— Nienke Tjoelker, Reading and Writing in the Early Modern Period: New Philology and the Alithinologia (1664)
— Index nominum
— Notes on the contributors

 

Source : Leuven University Press