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Latinity and alterity in the early modern period

Latinity and alterity in the early modern period

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Published by Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies in Tempe .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latin language, Medieval and modern -- History

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Yasmin Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys.
    SeriesMedieval and Renaissance texts and studies -- v. 360
    ContributionsHaskell, Yasmin Annabel., Ruys, Juanita Feros.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPA2902 .L37 2009
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24060233M
    ISBN 109780866984089
    LC Control Number2009021824
    OCLC/WorldCa361947928

    Yasmin Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys (eds.), Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period. Tempe, Arizona and Turnhout, Belgium: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Brepols, vi + pp. $/€ ISBN: (hb). The title of this volume should be enough to indicate that the twelve essays con. Example for chapters in books: Juanita Ruiz, “From Virile Eloquence to Hysteria: Reading the Latinity of Heloise in the Early Modern Period,” Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, ed. Yasmin A. Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys. Medieval and Renaissance Texts .

    Imagining Worlds in Early Modern Europe. Author: Mary B. Campbell; Publisher: Cornell University Press ISBN: Category: History Page: View: DOWNLOAD NOW» During the early modern period, western Europe was transformed by the proliferation of new worlds—geographic worlds found in the voyages of discovery and conceptual and celestial worlds opened by natural . early modern studies.(43) I n fact, O'Connell' s study proves that early modern specialists need to reconnect with medieval culture in order to make better sense of what happens in the post.

    Early Christian thought from the First century to Constantine Historical background. Christian thought in its first three centuries was in the process of defining what it meant to be a Christian, and in order to distinguish itself from paganism and Judaism, the twin concepts of orthodoxy and heterodoxy developed.: 1 There was an effort to reconcile the Jewish founding story, the Christian. Journal of Medieval and Early Modern Studies () To be a medievalist, Bernard Cerquiglini has written, is to take a stand on the Chanson de Roland.


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Get this from a library. Latinity and alterity in the early modern period. [Yasmin Annabel Haskell; Juanita Feros Ruys;] -- "The essays in this volume, many of which are in dialogue with Francoise Waquet's Latin or the Empire of a Sign, showcase some of.

From Virile Eloquence to Hysteria: Reading the Latinity of Heloise in the Early Modern Period Juanita Feros Ruys 8. Latin in Cuauhtémoc’s Shadow: Humanism and the Politics of Language in Mexico after the Conquest Andrew Laird 9.

New World ‘Ethiopians’: Slavery and Mining in Early Modern Brazil through Latin Eyes Alexandra de Brito. She has co-edited Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles (), is one of the editors of the Bloomsbury Neo-Latin Series and the main editor of Brill’s Research Perspectives in Latinity and Classical Reception in the Early Modern Period; she is the President of the Society for Neo-Latin Studies (SNLS).

Laird, Andrew () Latin in Cuauhtémoc’s shadow: humanism and the politics of language in Mexico after the conquest. In: Haskell, Yasmin and Ruys, Juanita Feros, (eds.) Latinity and alterity in the early modern al and Renaissance texts and studies, Vol Tempe, Ariz.: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies ; Turnhout, Belgium: In collaboration with Brepols.

Gilmore, John () Sub herili venditur Hasta: an early eighteenth-century justification of the slave trade by a colonial poet. In: Haskell, Yasmin and Ruys, Juanita Feros, (eds.) Latinity and alterity in the early modernAriz. ; Turnhout, Belgium: Tempe, a Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies: In collaboration with Brepols.

New Latin (also called Neo-Latin or Modern Latin) was a revival in the use of Latin in original, scholarly, and scientific works between c. and c. Modern scholarly and technical nomenclature, such as in zoological and botanical taxonomy and international scientific vocabulary, draws extensively from New Latin such use, New Latin is subject to new word formation.

A book on latinity and alterity in the early modern period was re-cently edited with the eponymous title by the Australian scholars Yasmin Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys.

1 It originated from a colloquium held at the University of Western Australia in Perth, certainly. Diseases of the Imagination and Imaginary Disease in the Early Modern Period (ed.), Turnhout: Brepols Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, ed. (with Juanita Ruys) Medieval and. Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, What Nature Does Not Teach: Didactic Literature in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods, Grants and Contracts.

Centre of. Editori, ), with Juanita Feros Ruys, of Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period (Tempe, AZ: Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, ), and with Susan Broomhall of ‘Humanism and Medicine in the Early Modern Era’, special guest issue of.

Juanita Ruiz, “From Virile Eloquence to Hysteria: Reading the Latinity of Heloise in the Early Modern Period,” Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, ed. Yasmin A. Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys.

Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, ), xx-xx. The Use of Andreas Vesalius's De humani corporis fabrica in Some Sixteenth-Century Books on the Soul (Davide Cellamare) Early modern history (): main subdisciplines Érasme et la 'Devotio Moderna' Margolin: Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period Haskell et al.

Bibliotheca Lipsiana Bruxellensis Adam et al. Peace and. How were the emotions (/passions) harnessed in education and science in the early modern period and which emotions or temperaments were especially associated with scholars and scientists.

We hope to find answers during this masterclass by Yasmin Haskell on Friday 9 November Modern stereotypes abound regarding how mental health was perceived during the medieval and early modern period ranging from mental illness being caused by sin to the idea that the attainment of mental well-being could only be achieved through the balancing of the bodily humours.

We welcome papers from the fields of book culture and. The use of Latin in the early modern ‘New World’ is explored in Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, ed. Haskell and J. Ruys, Tempe AZ,and in Andrew Laird’s and Maya Feile Tomes’s scholarship on South America.

“ ‘Sub herili venditur Hasta’: An early eighteenth-century justification of the Slave Trade by a colonial poet”, in Yasmin Haskell and Juanita Feros Ruys, ed., Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period, Medieval and Renaissance Texts and Studies, Volume (Tempe, AZ: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, ing (with J.

Ruys) a collection on ‘Latinity and alterity in the early modern period’. Her main current project is a book on ‘hypochondria’ in seventeenth-century Italy. David Hopkinsis Professor of English Literature at the University of Bristol.

Among his recent publications are. Haskell, Yasmin & Ruys, Juanita Feros (eds.): Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies (with Brepols), 8vo., pp. Hardback: laminated decorative boards. New, still in publisher's shrink-wrap.

Proposals for papers of 20 minutes on any aspect of myth and alterity in the early modern period (c) are warmly invited, to be sent to @ by 5pm, Friday 1 st May.

We recognise and wish to foster the interdisciplinary nature of the topic and welcome contributions from areas of philosophy, politics. HASKELL, YASMIN and JUANITA FEROS RUYS (eds.), Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period.

Tempe, Arizona and Turnhout, Belgium: Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Brepols, vi + pp. $/€. Gilmore, John. “Sub herili venditur Hasta”: An Early Eighteenth-Century Justification of the Slave Trade by a Colonial Poet.” In Latinity and Alterity in the Early Modern Period.

Edited by Y. Haskell and J.F. Ruys. Turnhout: Brepols, Golvers, Noël.Peer-reviewed publications on Questia are publications containing articles which were subject to evaluation for accuracy and substance by professional peers of the article's author(s).

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