The Role of Latin in the Early Modern World: Linguistic identity and nationalism 1350-1800

Contributions from the conference
held at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Casa Convalescència,
5-6 May 2010.

ed. Alejandro Coroleu, Carlo Caruso & Andrew Laird

 
Renæssanceforum 8 • 2012
(download the volume as one pdf-file)
 
Preface and Table of Contents
 
Marianne Pade
Humanist Latin and Italian identity: Sum vero Italus natione et Romanus civis esse glorior (English summary)
 
Felipe González Vega
Latín, nacionalismo y arte alusiva en la historiografía de Antonio de Nebrija(English summary)
 
Joan Carbonell Manils, Helena Gimeno Pascual & Gerard González Germain
Quondam quanta fuit Hispania ipsa saxa doceant: Falsi epigrafici e identità nella Spagna del XVI secolo(English summary)
 
David Cowling
Constructions of Nationhood in the Latin writings of Henri Estienne (English summary)
 
Eulàlia Miralles
National identity and political intentionality in sixteenth-century Hispanic Historiography: From Tarafa's Las Españas to Santa Cruz's La España (English summary)
 
Geoffrey Eatough
William Camden's insula romana (English summary)
 
Keith Sidwell
Old English or Gael? Personal, Cultural and Political identity in Dermot O'Meara's Ormonius (English summary)
 
Nienke Tjoelker
Irishness and literary persona in the debate between John Lynch and O'Ferrall (English summary)
 
Alejandro Coroleu
Latin and political propaganda in early modern Catalunya: the case of the Guerra dels segadors (English summary)
 
Sílvia Canalda i Llobet & Cristina Fontcuberta i Famadas
Lengua, identidad y religión en el arte catalán de los siglos XVI a XVIII (English summary)
 
Andrew Laird
Patriotism and the rise of Latin in eighteenth-century New Spain: Disputes of the New World and the Jesuit construction of a Mexican legacy (English summary)