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Cambridge Society For Neo-Latin Studies (CSNLS) Seminars

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The Cambridge Society for Neo-Latin Studies was founded with the goal of providing scholars with a forum for the presentation and discussion of topics relating to all aspects of Neo-Latin writing. Activities are centred on term-time seminars, and an annual symposium devoted to a particular theme. Symposia in the past have covered a wide range of topics, from erotic to didactic writing, from literary quarrels to Neo-Latin humour, and from mythography to the visual arts. The 2005 Symposium was on Neo-Latin and the Pastoral, the 2007 Symposium was on Neo-Latin Drama, the 2008 Symposium was on the theme of Allegory, the 2010 Symposium was on Neo-Latin and Translation in the Renaissance, and the 2011 Symposium was on the theme of Commentaries.

For further information about CSNLS, or if you would like to be included on the electronic mailing list, please contact the CSNLS secretary, Dr Andrew Taylor.