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Victoria University in the University of Toronto

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Basic Bibliography

Most items are in the collection of the library of the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Pratt Library, Room 301

Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Abulensis (1998); Amstelodamensis (1979); Bariensis (1998); Bononiensis (1985); Guelpherbytani (1988); Hafniensis (1994); Lovaniensis(1973); Sanctandreani (1985); Torontonensis (1991); Turonensis (1980). [the proceedings of the tri-annual meetings of the International Association of Neo-Latin Studies]

L’Année philologique. Bibliographie critique et analytique de l’antiquité gréco-latine (vol.1, 1921/22 -).

Arnaldi, Francesco, Lucia Gualdo Rosa, and Liliana Monti Sabia, eds. Poeti latini del Quattrocento. 2 vols. Milan and Naples: Riccardo Ricciardi Editore. [an anthology with translations into Italian]

Benner, Margareta, and Emin Tengström.On the Interpretation of Learned Neo-Latin. Göteborg, 1977.

Bibliographie annuelle du Moyen Age tardive. Auteurs et textes latins. Turnhout: Brepols, 1991 -.

Bibliotheque Internationale de l’Humanisme et de la Renaissance (1966 -).

Binns, J.W. Intellectual Culture in Elizabethan and Jacobean England: The Latin Writings of the Age. Leeds, 1990.

Blok, F.F., ed. Seventy-Seven Neo-Latin Letters. Groningen: Bouma’s Boekhuis, 1985.

Gragg, Florence Alden, ed. Latin Writings of the Italian Humanists. New Rochelle, NY: Caratzas Brothers Publishers, 1981. [a reprint of an anthology of poetry and prose]

Hoven, René. Lexique de la prose latine de la Renaissance. Leiden, 1994. [towards a dictionary of Neo-Latin]

Humanistica Lovaniensia: Journal of Neo-Latin Studies. Louvain, 19xx-. [especially ‘Instrumentum Bibliographicum,’ an annual bibliography of all aspects of Neo-Latin studies beginning in vol. 25 (1976)]

Humanistische Lyrik des 16. Jahrhunderts. Frankfurt am Main: Deutsches Klassiker Verlag, 1997. [an anthology with facing translations in German]

IJsewijn, Jozeph. Companion to Neo-Latin Studies: Part I, History and Diffusion of Neo-Latin Literature. 2nd ed. Louvain, 1990. [with Part II, the fundamental handbook and bibliography of the field]

IJsewijn, Jozeph, with D. Sacré. Companion to Neo-Latin Studies: Part II, Literary, Linguistic, Philological and Editorial Questions. 2nd ed. Louvain, 1997.

IJsewijn, Jozeph. “Mittelalterliches Latein und Humanistenlatein” in Die Rezeption der Antike: Zum Problem der Kontinuität zwischen Mittelalter und Renaissance. A. Buck, ed. 1981. pp. 71-83.

I Tatti Renaissance Library. [A new series of editions of major texts with facing English translations; so far the following have appeared: Boccaccio’s De mulieribus claris, Bruni’s Historiae Florentini populi, and Ficino’s Theologia Platonica]

Laurens, Pierre, ed. and trans. Musae reduces: Anthologie de la poésie latine dans l’Europe de la Renaissance. 2 vols. Leiden: E.J. Brill, 1975. [an anthology with facing translations in French]

“Neo-Latin” in The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies [another annual bibliography]

“Neo-Latin News” in Seventeenth Century News [another annual bibliography]

Nichols, Fred J., ed. and trans. An Anthology of Neo-Latin Poetry. New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 1979.

Perosa, Anthony and John Sparrow, eds. Renaissance Latin Verse: an anthology. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1979.

Prosateurs latins en France au XVIe siecle. Paris: Centre national des lettres, 1987. [includes French translations]

Rizzo, S. “Il latino nell’Umanesimo” in Letteratura italiana, vol. 5. A. Asor Rosa, ed. pp. 379-408.

Tunberg, Terence. “Humanistic Latin” in Medieval Latin: An Introduction and Bibliographical Guide. F.A.C. Mantello and A.G. Rigg, eds. Washington, 1996. pp. 130-136.

_____. “Neo-Latin Literature and Language” in Encyclopedia of the Renaissance, vol. 4. Paul Grendler, ed. pp. 289-294.