- The Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin
- Notes on Contributors
- Classical Latin—Medieval Latin—Neo-Latin
- Neo-Latin’s Interplay with Other Languages
- Lyric Poetry
- Narrative Poetry
- Epigram and Occasional Poetry
- Political Advice
- Science and Medicine
- Contacts with the Arab World
- Biblical Humanism
- Political Action
- Social Status
- The British Isles
- The German-Speaking Countries
- Iberian Peninsula
- The Low Countries
- East-Central Europe
- Colonial Spanish America and Brazil
- North America
- General References
Abstract and Keywords
This concluding part of the Handbook is an annotated selection of helpful Neo-Latin reference works and tools. Its sections are dedicated to “Surveys and Methodology,” “Book Series,” “Bibliographical Aids,” “Anthologies and Collections of Texts,” “Dictionaries and Glossaries,” and “Histories of Latin.” The selection includes only general references; more specific titles can be found in the “Suggested Reading” and “References” lists following each individual chapter.
Sarah Knight is Professor of Renaissance Literature in the School of English at the University of Leicester.
Professor of Latin at the University of Freiburg
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