Jozef IJsewijn: Humanism in the Low Countries by Jozef IjsewijnJozef IJsewijn: Humanism in the Low Countries by Jozef Ijsewijn

Jozef IJsewijn: Humanism in the Low Countries

byJozef IjsewijnEditorGilbert Tournoy

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In English, Latin, French, and Italian.

This book contains twenty-one essays written by the late Professor Jozef IJsewijn during the period 1966–1996. All essays were selected by his pupil Professor Gilbert Tournoy, who collaborated with him from the foundation of the Seminarium Philologiae Humanisticae in 1966 until his untimely death in 1998. IJewijn's essays are now published in one volume in homage to the most brilliant scholar in the field of Neo-Latin Studies of the twentieth century.

A number of essays focus on the life and/or work of a single humanist from the Netherlands, others have a more general nature and deal with the very beginning and the later blossoming of Neo-Latin literature in the Low Countries or with the relationship between humanism in the Low Countries and in other European countries.

Gilbert Tournoy is Emeritus Professor of Classical, Mediaeval and Renaissance Latin at the University of Leuven.
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Table of Contents

I. Un poème inédit de François Modius sur l'éducation du prince humaniste
Latomus, 25 (1966), 570-583.

II. The Beginning of Humanistic Literature in Brabant
De Gulden Passer, 47 (1969), 102-112.

III. Erasmus ex poeta theologus sive de litterarum instauratarum apud Hollandos incunabulis
in J. Coppens, ed., Scrinium Erasmianum, 2 vols (Leiden, 1969), I, 375-389.

IV. Alexander Hegius († 1498), Invectiva in Modos Significandi. Text, Introduction and Notes
Forum for Modern Language Studies, 7 (1971), 299-318.

V. The Coming of Humanism to the Low Countries
in H. Oberman - Th. Brady, Jr., eds, Itinerarium Italicum. The Profile of the Italian Renaissance in the Mirror of its European Transformations. Dedicated to P.O. Kristeller on the occasion of his 70th birthday (Leiden, 1975), pp. 193-301.

VI. The Declamatio Lovaniensis de tutelae severitate: Students Against Academic Authority at Louvain in 1481
Lias, 3 (1976), 5-31.

VII. Annales theatri Belgo-Latini: Inventory of Latin Theatre from the Low Countries
[= English translation of:] Annales theatri Belgo-latini: inventaris van het Latijns toneel uit de Nederlanden in J. Veremans, ed., Liber amicorum Prof. Dr. G. Degroote (Brussel, 1980), pp. 41-55.

VIII. Theatrum Belgo-Latinum: Neo-Latin Theatre in the Low Countries
[= English translation of:] Theatrum Belgo-Latinum. Het Neolatijns toneel in de Nederlanden in Academiae Analecta. Mededelingen van de Koninklijke Academie voor Wetenschappen, Letteren en Schone Kunsten van België, Klasse der Letteren, 43/1 (1981), 69-114.

IX. Lo storico e grammatico Matthaeus Herbenus di Maastricht, allievo del Perotti
Res Publica Litterarum, 4 (1981), 93-121.

X. Het humanisme, de Nederlanden en Spanje
in the catalogue Luister van Spanje en de Belgische Steden 1500-1700 (Brussel, 1975) = (traduction française:) Splendeurs d’Espagne et les villes belges 1500-1700 ( Bruxelles, 1975), I, 193-204.

XI. La fortuna del Filelfo nei Paesi Bassi
in Francesco Filelfo nel Quinto Centenario della Morte, Atti del XVII Convegno di Studi Maceratesi (Tolentino, 27-30 settembre 1981), Medioevo e Umanesimo, 58 (Padova, 1986), pp. 529-550.

XII. Supplementum Phoenissis seu Thebaidi Senecanae adiectum ab Henrico Chifellio Antverpiensi
in F. Decreus - C. Deroux, eds, Hommages à Jozef Veremans, Collection Latomus, 193 (Brussel, 1986), pp. 161-174.

XIII. Theognidis Sententiae a Francisco Craneveldio Latine versae (1541)
in A. Bonanno - H.C.R. Vella, eds, Laurea Corona. Studies in Honour of Edward Coleiro (Amsterdam, 1987), pp. 14-22.

XIV. A Correspondent of Lipsius: Roeland van Winkele / Rolandus Vinchelius
in A. Gerlo, ed., Juste-Lipse (1547-1606). Colloque international tenu en mars 1987, Travaux de l’Institut interuniversitaire pour l’étude de la Renaissance et de l’Humanisme, 9 (Brussel, 1988), pp. 101-118.

XV. Humanism in the Low Countries
in Albert Rabil, Jr, ed., Renaisance Humanism. Foundations, Forms and Legacy, 3 vols (Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1988), II, 156-215.

XVI. Humanisten uit de Nederlanden in Portugal [French translation]
in J. Everaert - E. Stols, red., Vlaanderen en Portugal (Antwerpen, 1991), pp. 263-273.

XVII. Umanisti del Nord in difesa dell’etica e delle vera scienza: Erasmo - Vives - Tommaso Moro
Academiae Latinitati fovendae Commentarii, series altera, 1 (Roma, 1990), 55-78.

XVIII. La filologia umanistica nei Paesi Bassi
in La Filologia medievale e umanistica greca e latina nel secolo XX. Atti del Congresso Internazionale, Roma, C. N. R. - Università La Sapienza, 11-15 dicembre 1989, 2 vols (Roma, 1993), II, 821-830.

XIX. Latin and the Low Countries
in T. Hermans - R. Salverda, eds, From Revolt to Riches. Culture and History of the Low Countries 1500-1700, 2 vols (London, 1993), II, 9-29.

XX. Humanistic Relations between Scandinavia and the Low Countries
in I. Ekrem - M. Skafte Jensen - E. Kraggerud, eds, Reformation and Latin Literature in Northern Europe (Oslo, 1996),
pp. 1-18.

XXI. Emblems in Honor of a Dead Poet (Natalis Rondininus)
in J. Manning - M. van Vaeck, eds, The Jesuits and the Emblem Tradition. Selected Papers of the Leuven International Emblem Conference 18-23 August 1996 (Turnhout, 1999), pp. 297-306.

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