Dr. William M. Barton, MAAss.-Prof. Dr. William M. Barton, MA

Institut für Klassische Philologie
und Neulateinische Studien
Zimmer 06G040
Innrain 52a
A-6020 Innsbruck
Österreich / Austria
Tel. +43/512/507-40709
E-Mail:      william.barton@uibk.ac.at
ORCiD:     https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0270-0153
Projekt Hompage:      https://lagoos.org/

 

 

Persönliche Daten

  • geb. 1987 in Lancashire, Großbritannien.
  • 06/2006: Advanced Levels (Matura), Lancaster Royal Grammar School.
  • 09/2006–06/2009: BA Classics, Department of Greek and Latin, University College London, Großbritannien.
  • 09/2009–06/2011: MA Greek and Roman Studies, University of Calgary, Canada.
  • 07/2011–02/2015: PhD Classics, King’s College London, Großbritannien. Dissertationsgebiet: Neulateinische Literatur.
  • 07/2011–02/2015: Junior Researcher (100%), Ludwig Boltzmann Institut für Neulateinische Studien, Innsbruck. Projekt: “The Mountain in Neo-Latin”.
  • 02-05/2013: Research Fellow, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Finland.
  • 02/2015–09/2017: Postdoctoral Researcher (100%), Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, Innsbruck. Projekt: “Landscape in Neo-Latin literature”.
  • 06/2015: Preisträger des ,Outstanding PhD Thesis Award 2015‘ des King’s College London.
  • 09/2017: Chercheur invité, UFR Lettres, Arts et Cinéma, Université Paris-Diderot (Paris VII), Frankreich.
  • 09/2017–12/2022: Research Group Leader (100%), Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, Innsbruck. Projekt: “Neo-Latin and Science”.
  • 10/2021: Research Fellow, Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha, Albacete, Spanien, mit der Forschungsgruppe Interpretes Medicinae (Grupo de I+D+i, UCLM).
  • 06/2022: FWF START-Preisträger (2022). Projekt: “LAGOOS: A Life in Ancient Greek. The ‘secret’ diary of K. B. Hase” (Y 1519-G).
  • seit 01/2023: Projektleiter (100%) des START-Projekts “LAGOOS”.
  • seit 09/2023 Assistenz-Professor am Institut für Klassische Philologie und Neulateinische Studien der Universität Innsbruck.

Forschungsschwerpunkte

  • Neualtgriechische Literatur (v.a. aus Frankreich, Spanien und Österreich);
  • Neulateinische Literatur (v.a. des 17–18. Jhdts);
  • Classical Reception Studies;
  • Literatur der Spätantike;
  • Ecocriticism.

Drittmittelprojekte

  • 01/2023–12/2028: FWF-START (Y 1519-G), “LAGOOS: A Life in Ancient Greek. The ‘Secret’ diary of K. B. Hase.” (www.lagoos.org).
    Fördersumme: €1.191,180.

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Publikationen

Monographien

Herausgeberschaften

Aufsätze in Zeitschriften und Sammelbänden

  • Barton, William M. (2024). ‘The Verses of Antonio de Nebrija (1444–1522) on the Philologist’s Work and the Place of Greek’, in: Barton, W. M., Harrison, S., Manuwald, G., Xinyue, B. Neo-Latin Scholarship and Poetry, London: Bloomsbury 2024, pp. 59–80.
  • Barton, William M. (2023), « La langue grecque dans le journal intime de C.-B. Hase », Camenae 29 (2023): 1–23.
  • Barton, William M. (2023). ‘Communicating Research on the Great Frost in the Republic of Letters: From Halle to London’ in: Akopyan, O. and Rosenthal, D. (eds) Disaster in the Early Modern World: examinations, representations, interventions (London, Oxford: Routledge), pp. 127–150 (doi: 10.4324/9781003029823-7)
  • Barton, William M. (2023). “The Mountain at Nature’s Peak: The Case of Eighteenth-Century Oxford’s Lenten Verse” in: Korenjak, M. and Tautschnig, I. (eds), Pontes X: Die antike Literatur und die Wissenschaftliche Revolution, (Rombach Wissenschaft, Baden-Baden), pp. 207–232, (doi:  doi.org/10.5771/9783968219394-207)
  • Barton, William M. (2022). ‘The Poetry of Jeremiah Horrocks’s Venus in sole visa (1662): Astronomy, Authority and the ‘New Science’’, Perspectives on Science 30 (3), 982–1004 (doi: doi.org/10.1162/posc_a_00566).
  • Barton, William M. (2022). ‘Greek and Latin poetry on sixteenth-century questions of faith: poetry from Cambridge’s theological faculty’ in: Manuwald, G. and Nicholas, L. (eds) An Anthology of Neo-Latin in British Universities. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 141–159 (doi:  doi.org/10.5040/9781350160293.ch-005).
  • Barton, William M. (2022). ‘Un epigrama trilingüe de Vicente Mariner d’Alagón’, in Lamers, H. and Bär, S. (eds), Studia in honorem Vibeke Roggen (Hermes: Oslo), pp. 179–197.
  • Barton, William M., Bauer, M. M. and Korenjak, M. (2021). ‘Humanist Greek in Austria’ in: Pontani, F. and Weise, S. (eds) The Hellenizing Muse: A European Anthology of Poetry in Ancient Greek from the Renaissance to the Present. Trends in Classics – Pathways of Reception 6 (Berlin: De Gruyter), pp. 684–717 (doi: doi.org/10.1515/9783110652758-016).
  • Barton, William M. and Mailloux, J.-N. (2021). ‘Beavers as the Bees of New France: The Beaver’s ‘Allegorical Turn’ in Father François Du Creux’s Historia canadensis’ in: Duquès, M., Goldwyn, A. and Feile Tomes, M. (eds) The Brill Companion to Classics in the Early Americas (Leiden, New York: Brill), pp. 366–397 (doi: doi.org/10.1163/9789004468658_015).
  • Barton, William M. (2021). ‘‘Car la terre ici n’est telle qu’un fol l’estime’: Landscape Description as an Interpretative Tool in Two Early Modern Poems on New France’, in Enenkel, K. and Melion, W. (eds) Hermeneutics of Landscape. (Leiden, New York: Brill, 2021): pp. 261–287 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004440401_010).
  • Barton, William M. and Bauer, M. M. (2020). ‘Pietro Bizzarri’s Greek Epigram to Elizabeth I: New Evidence for Text, Context and Authorship from ÖNB cod. phil. gr. 299’, Lias: Journal of Early Modern Intellectual Culture and its Sources, 47 (1): 1–15 (doi: https://doi.org/10.2143/LIAS.47.1.3289048).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). ‘Adam Franz Kollár’s Χάριτες (1756): Theocritean Praise of Maria Theresa in Mid-Eighteenth-Century Vienna’, in: Weise, S. and Beron, A.–M., Hyblaea Avena. Theokrit in römischer Kaiserzeit und Früher Neuzeit, Stuttgart, Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 175–193 (doi: https://biblioscout.net/book/10.25162/9783515127110#).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). ‘Singing the Science of Sound: Literary Engagement with Natural Philosophy in the Act and Tripos Verse of Oxford and Cambridge’ in: Friedenthal, M., Marti, H. and Seidel, R. (eds) Early Modern Disputations and Dissertations in an Interdisciplinary and European Context. Intersections 71. Leiden, New York: Brill, 2020, pp. 164–187: (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004436206_007).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). ‘Conrad Gessner, Descriptio montis Fracti’, in: Hadas, D., Manuwald, G. and Nicholas, L. (eds) An Anthology of European Neo-Latin Literature. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 147–160 (doi: 10.5040/9781350157323.ch-009).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). ‘Pastoral and the Italian Landscape in the Latin Poetry of the Ventennio Fascista’, in: Lamers, H., Reitz-Joose, B. and Sanzotta, V. (eds) Studies in the Latin Literature and Epigraphy of Italian Fascism. Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia. Leuven: Leuven University Press, pp. 77–104 (doi: 10.2307/j.ctvmd83vq.8).
  • Barton, William M. and Nicholas, L. (2020). ‘Introduction’, in: Hadas, D., Manuwald, G. and Nicholas, L. (eds) An Anthology of European Neo-Latin Literature. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 1–24 (doi: 10.5040/9781350157323.0005).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). ‘Theorizing on the History and State of the Natural World: Thomas Burnet, Telluris theoria sacra, I.1.9’, in: Manuwald, G., Houghton, L. B. T. and Nicholas, L. (eds) An Anthology of British Neo-Latin Literature. London, Bloomsbury, pp. 237–250 (doi: 10.5040/9781350098930.ch-015).
  • Barton, William M. (2019). ‘The Georgics off the Canadian Coast: Marc Lescarbot’s A-dieu à la Nouvelle-France (1609) and the Virgilian Tradition’, in: Freer, N. and Xinyue, B. (eds) Reflections and New Perspectives on Virgil’s Georgics. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 155–163 (doi: 10.5040/9781350070547.ch-011).
  • Barton, William M. (2017). ‘Der Landschaftsbegriff in der neulateinischen Literatur’, in: Kaspar, M., Korenjak, M., Rollinger, R. and Rudigier, R. (eds) Die Entdeckungen der Landschaft. Vienna, Cologne, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag: pp. 251–271.
  • Barton, William M. (2016). ‘Latin and Vernacular Translation in Early Modern Natural Philosophical Literature: A Case Study from Monte Baldo’, Scientia Poetica: Jahrbuch für Geschichte der Literatur und der Wissenschaften 20: 24–40 (doi: doi.org/10.1515/scipo-2016-0103).
  • Barton, William M. and Miglietti, S. (2015). ‘An Eighteenth-Century Thought Experiment on Climate Change: Johann Jakob Scheuchzer’s ‘De ignis seu caloris certa portione Heluetiae adsignata’ (1708)’, Lias: Journal of Early Modern Intellectual Culture and its Sources 42 (2): 135–166 (doi: 10.2143/LIAS.42.2.3141804).
  • Barton, William M. (2013). ‘The Third Elegy of Laurent Le Brun’s (S.J.) Franciad: Difficultas Itinerum in Silvis Canadensibus, The Difficulties of Expression in the Canadian Forest’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 49 (3): 439–446.

Beiträge in Nachschlagewerken und bibliografische Studien

  • Akopyan, O., Barton, William M., Baumgartner, F., Berrens, D., Korenjak, M., Luggin, J., Tautschnig, I. (2017–2022), Datenbank des ERC Projekts NOSCEMUS: https://wiki.uibk.ac.at/noscemus/Main_Page.
  • Barton, William M., Marsico, C., Schaffenrath, F., Subaric, L., Smets, S. and Walser-Bürgler, I. (2022). ‘Neo-Latin Literature in 2020’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies, 82: 13–42 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-08201002).
  • Barton, William M., Marsico, C., Schaffenrath, F., Subaric, L. and Walser-Bürgler, I. (2021). ‘Neo-Latin Literature in 2019’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies, 81: 13–38 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-08101003).
  • Barton, William M., Marsico, C., Schaffenrath, F., Subaric, L. and Walser, I. (2020). ‘Neo-Latin Literature in 2018’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies (YWMLS) 80: 3–25 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-08001003).
  • Barton, William M., Marsico, C., Schaffenrath, F., Subaric, L. and Walser-Bürgler, I. (2019). ‘Neo-Latin Literature in 2017’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies (YWMLS) 79: pp. 5–17: (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-07901002).
  • Barton, William M. (2018). ‘Gessner, Conrad’, in Sgarbi, M. (ed.), Encylopaedia of Renaissance Philosophy. New York, NY: Springer: pp. 1097–1099 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-02848-4_1097-1).
  • Barton, William M., Marsico, C., Schaffenrath, F., Subaric, L. and Walser-Bürgler, I. (2018). ‘Neo-Latin Literature in 2016’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies (YWMLS) 78: pp. 1–17 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-07801002).
  • Barton, William M., Marsico, C., Schaffenrath, F., Subaric, L. and Walser, I. (2017). ‘Neo-Latin Literature in 2015’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies (YWMLS) 77: pp. 5–14: (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/22224297-07701002).
  • Barton, William M. (2016). ‘Aldrovandi, Ulisse’, in: Sgarbi, M. (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Renaissance Philosophy. New York, NY: Springer: pp. 890–892 (doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-02848-4_890-1).

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Rezensionen

  • Barton, William M. (2022). Barton on Sarah Betite et Hélène Wurmser (eds), Eleutheria! Retour à la liberté: Découvrir et transmettre l’Antiquité depuis la Révolution grecque de 1821. Lyon: Presses universitaires de Lyon, 2021. Pp. 192. ISBN 9782729712549. €25,00. (BMCR 2022.12.21).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). ‘Marcelo Epstein and Ruth Spivak (eds.), The Latin of Science. Mundelein, IL: Bolchazy-Carducci, 2019. 395 pp. ISBN 9780865168602’, in Neo-Latin News 68 (3/4) (2020): 176–180 (doi: https://hdl.handle.net/1969.1/191392).
  • Barton, William M. (2020). [Review]: Hans-Christian Günther, Zwei Liebesgedichte vom Ausgang der lateinischen Antike: Ausonius’ Bissula und das Pervigilium Veneris. Studia Classica et Mediaevalia, 15. Nordhausen: Verlag Traugott Bautz, 2017. Pp. 95. ISBN 9783959482622, in Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 71/72 (2018/2019): 24–26 (doi: https://doi.org/10.25651/3.4555861).
  • Barton, William M. (2019). [Review]: P. J. Goodman (ed.), Afterlives of Augustus, AD 14–2014, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2018, xvi + 418 pp., ISBN: 978-1-108-42368-7, in International Journal of the Classical Tradition (2019) (doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s12138-019-00525-3).
  • Barton, William M. (2018). [Review]: S. Weise (ed.) HELLENISTI! Altgriechisch als Literatursprache im neuzeitlichen Europa. (Palingenesia Band 107). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2017. 389 pp. ISBN 978-3-515-11622-0, in Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 70 (1/2) (2017): pp. 118–123.
  • Barton, William M. (2017). [Review]: U. B. Leu, Conrad Gessner (1516–1565): Universalgelehrter und Naturforscher der Renaissance. Zürich: Neue Zürcher Zeitung NZZ Libro, 2016. 464 pp. ISBN-10: 3038101532. ISBN-13: 978-3038101536. 13 x 4 x 24,4 cm. 92 Ill. Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 69 (1/2): pp. 66–70.
  • Barton, William M. (2016). [Review]: G. Tournoy and M. Mund-Dopchie (eds.), La correspondance de Guillaume Budé et Juan Luis Vives. Introduction, critical edition, and notes. Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia, 38. Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2015. 160 pp. ISBN: 978-94-6270-036-9, in Neo-Latin News, SPRING 64: pp. 69–71.
  • Barton, William M. (2014). [Review]: H. Amirav and H.-M. Kirn (eds.), Theodore Bibliander. De ratione communi omnium linguarum et literarum commentarius. Foreword by Irena Backus. Travaux d’Humanisme et Renaissance 475. Geneva: Librarie Droz S.A., 2011. liv + 684 pp. ISBN: 978­-2-600-01490-8, in Neo-Latin News, FALL - WINTER 62: pp. 292–294.
  • Barton, William M. (2012). [Review]: C. Jourdain-Annequin, Quand Grecs et Romains découvraient les Alpes: “les Alpes voisines du ciel”. Paris: Picard, 2011. 313 pp. ISBN: 978-2-7084-0836-4, in Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 65: pp. 250–253.
  • Barton, William M. (2011). [Review]: C. C. Caragounis (ed.), Greek: A Language in Evolution. Essays in Honour of Antonios N. Jannaris. Hildesheim/Zürich/New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2010. xiv + 344. pp. ISBN: 9783487142555, in Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft 63: pp. 1–4.

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Übersetzung von wissenschaftlichen Beiträgen

  • Seidel, R. (Barton, William M. [trans.]) (2020). ‘Fabula ad mores relata. Commenting on Ovid’s Metamorphoses in Early Modern Times: the Example of the Phaethon Episode’, in Enenkel, K. and de Jong, J. L. (eds) Re-inventing Ovid’s Metamorphoses. (Leiden, New York: Brill, 2021): 35–77 [German to English] (doi: https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004437890_004).
  • Chiummo, C. (Barton, William M. [trans.]) (2017). ‘The Burlesque Connotations in the Pictorial Language in Bronzino’s Poetry’, Renaissance and Reformation/ Renaissance et Réforme 40 (1): 211–238. [Italian to English] (doi:10.33137/rr.v40i1.28454).
  • Waquet, F. (Barton, William M. [trans.]) (2015). ‘Social Status’, in Knight S. and Tilg S. (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, Oxford: Oxford University Press: Chp. 24, pp. 379–394. [French to English] (doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199948178.013.13).
  • Cottier, J.-F., Westra, H. and Galucci, J. (Barton, William M. [trans.]) (2015). ‘North America (Part 1: New France)’, in S. Knight and S. Tilg (eds.) Oxford Handbook of Neo-Latin, Oxford: Oxford University Press: Chp. 34, pp. 541–547. [French to English] (doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199948178.013.31).

Outreach Publikationen

  • Barton, William M. and Alho, T. (2022). ‘Episode 7: Act and Tripos Verses from British universities’, The Neo-Latin Podcast from the SNLS: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/snls/podcast/.
  • Barton, William M. and Alvar Nuño, G. (2021). ‘Episode 3: Juan Luis Vives’, The Neo-Latin Podcast from the SNLS: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/snls/podcast/.
  • Barton, William M. (2019). ‘Episode 2: Michael Marullus’, The Neo-Latin Podcast from the SNLS: https://warwick.ac.uk/fac/arts/ren/snls/podcast/.
  • Barton, William M. (2018). ‘Between Ἑλλάς and Ελλάδα: Patrick Leigh Fermor, the Classical Tradition and Greece’, The Philhellene 10: pp. 10–15.
  • Barton, William M. (2015). ‘A Neo-Latin Podcast’, Latein Forum 85/86: pp. 132–135.

Organisation von Kongressen und Workshops

  • Mitorganisation der Konferenz: “Reading and Studying Neo-Latin Authors c. 1600–1950”. Societat Catalana d’Estudis Clàssics  Barcelona, 20th-21st October 2023.
  • Organisation des Workshops: “TRANSKRIBUS for Greek and Latin in the Early Modern Period”, LAGOOS Project FWF-START (Y 1519-G), Universität Innsbruck 28 April 2023.
  • Mitorganisation der Konferenz: “The Argenis at 400: John Barclay’s Writing and its Impact through the Centuries”, Scottish House, London 17–18 November 2022, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and Society for Neo-Latin Studies, in Zusammenarbeit mit F. Schaffenrath, G. Manuwald, J. Glomski.
  • Mitorganisation der Konferenz: “Latin–Greek Code-Switching in Early Modernity”, KU Leuven 13–14 October 2022. RELICS (Ghent), Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and the Flemish FWO (Fonds voor Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek), in Zusammenarbeit mit R. Van Rooy.
  • Mitorganisation des Workshops: “Eloquentia Academica” University of Leicester, UK, 5–6th September 2019 (Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC), UK, “Language Acts and Worldmaking” scheme), in Zusammenarbeit mit S. Knight, I. Walser-Bürgler.
  • Mitorganisation des Workshops: “Society for Neo-Latin Studies Early Career Event: Beyond the PhD”, King’s College, London, 9th September 2016, in Zusammenarbeit mit V. Moul.
  • Mitorganisation der Panels: “Authorial Translation in Renaissance Europe I & II”. Renaissance Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston 31st March – 2nd April 2016, in Zusammenarbeit mit S. Miglietti.
  • Mitorganisation der Konferenz: “Editors at Work – Experiences and Problems with Neo-Latin Texts”, Innsbruck, Austria 4th December 2014, Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, in Zusammenarbeit mit J. Luggin, N. Tjoelker, I. Walser.
  • Mitorganisation der Konferenz: “AMPRAW (Annual Meeting of Postgraduates in Reception of the Ancient World) 2014”, London, 24–25th November 2014, University College London Joint Faculty Institute of Graduate Studies (JFIGS), Royal Holloway Alumni Fund, A. G. Leventis Foundation, Society for the Promotion of Hellenic Studies, Classical Association, Institute of Classical Studies, and Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, in Zusammenarbeit mit E. Lord-Kambitsch, D. Bullen, E. Cole, D. Goad.
  • Mitorganisation des Workshops: “Mountain Gloom and Mountain Glory? – Die Berge in Antike und Neuzeit”, University of Innsbruck, 16th October 2012. Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, Offenes Forschungskolloquium zur Römischen Geschichte (Innsbruck), in Zusammenarbeit mit J. Luggin.

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Vorträge und Konferenzbeiträge

  • Barton, William M., ‘Literature and Education as a Political Act: K. B. Hase’s ‘Cultural’ Philhellenism in 19th-century Paris’ • Positionen der Literaturwissenschaft (Ringvoresung), Innsbruck, 12th December 2023.
  • Barton, William M., ‘LAGOOS Model: Early Modern Greek’ • TRANSKRIBUS for Greek and Latin in the Early Modern Period, Innsbruck, 28th April 2023.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Helleno(ger)mania in the Digital Age: The edition of K. B. Hase’s Greek diaries’ • Helleno(ger)mania: Lorenz Rhodoman und der Philhellenismus des 16. Jhds im digitalen Zeitalter, Wuppertal, Germany, 28–29th March 2023.
  • Barton, William M. “Cultural” Philhellenism in 19th-century Paris: The Correspondence of Georges Theocharopoulos and Charles-Benoît Hase • Philhellenism and the Greek Revolution of 1821: Towards a Global History, National Library of Greece, Athens, 15th–17th March 2023.
  • Barton, William M., ‘La influencia de Nebrija en el humanismo griego: el caso de Nikolaos Sofianos’ • Nebrija en Alcalá de Henares (1513–1522) y su legado, Alcalá de Henares, Spain 30th November – 2nd December 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Latin–Greek Code-Switching in Vicente Mariner’s Correspondence with André Schott. A Case-Study.’ • Latin-Greek Code-switching in Early Modern Europe: A Cross-Disciplinary Conference, Leuven, Belgium 13th–14th October 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Introduction: Latin-Greek Code-Switching in Classical Antiquity’ • Latin-Greek Code-switching in Early Modern Europe: A Cross-Disciplinary Conference, Leuven, Belgium 13th–14th October 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘A Georgic Vision of Newfoundland: Parmenius’ De navigatione (London, 1582)’ • IANLS 2022, Leuven 31st July – 6th August 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘L’hellénisme et les usages du grec ancien au XIXe siècle : Le journal intime ‹secret› de C.-B. Hase’ • Congrès de la SEMEN-L, Dijon, 8th-11th June 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘La poesía trilingüe de Vicent Mariner: un estudio de caso’ • Societat Catalana d’Estudis Clàssics, Institut d’Estudis Catalans, Barcelona, 21nd April 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Trilingual Verse Composition: Latin, Greek and Spanish in the Poetry of Vicente Mariner (1570–1642) • RSA Annual Meeting, Dublin, 30th March – 2nd April 2020.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Later Neo-Greek, and the ‘secret diary’ of 19th-century Hellenist Charles-Benoît Hase’ • Warburg Institute Workshop on ‘Neo-Greek’ literature, Waburg Institute London (online), 11th March 2022.
  • Barton, William M., ‘La tradición ‘literaria’ latina en la ciencia moderna’ • INTERMED: Recuperación del patrimonio textual de la ciencia europea, avances, carencias y perspectivas de futuro, Valladolid, Spain, 21st–22nd October 2021.
  • Barton, William M., ‘La investigación sobre los textos científicos en Europa’ • INTERMED: Recuperación del patrimonio textual de la ciencia europea, avances, carencias y perspectivas de futuro, Valladolid, Spain, 21st–22nd October 2021.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Early Modern Oxford’s Lenten Act Verse: Contemporary Thought in Ancient Form’ • PONTES X, Innsbruck, 23rd–25th September 2021.
  • Barton, William M., ‘A Symbol for Natural World: The Mountain in Early Modern Oxford’s Act Verse’ • RSA Annual Meeting 2021 (online), 22nd April 2021.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Oxford’s Act Verse and Jeremiah Horrocks’ Cosmology’ • Eloquentia Academica workshop, (online) University of Leicester, UK, 9th September 2020.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The “Baroque” in Laurent Le Brun’s Franciad (1638)’ • Society for Neo-Latin Studies Postgraduate Training Day, The Warburg Institute, London, 6th February 2020.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The Mountain as a Symbol of the Natural World in Early Modern Oxford’s Lenten Verse’ • London Renaissance Seminar, Birkbeck College, London, 7th September 2019.
  • arton, William M., ‘Marc Lescarbot and the Representation of the Canadian Natural Landscape in Early Modern Literary Discourse’ • International Society of Cultural History (ISCH) Annual Conference, Tallinn, 26th–29th June 2019.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Adam František Kollár, Χάριτες εἰδύλλον (Vienna, 1756): Theocritean Praise of Maria Theresa and her Educational Developments’ • Hyblaea Avena: Theokritrezeption in den griechischen und lateinischen Literaturen der römischen Kaiserzeit und der frühen Neuzeit, Bergische Universität Wuppertal, 15th–16th November 2018.
  • Barton, William M. and Bauer, M. M., ‘Neo-Ancient Greek Poetry in Austria’ • The Hellenizing Muse: Neualtgriechische Gedichte, Ca’ Foscari, Venice, 30th–31st August 2018.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Science in the University Dissertation: “Grey Literature” and the reception of scientific knowledge in the Early Modern German University. A Case Study’ • International Association of Neo-Latin Studies, Albacete, Spain, 30th July–4th August 2018.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Reading the Delitiae Poetarum Germanorum at a Distance: Latin Poetry and Politics in 17th Century Germany’ • Kentucky Foreign Language Conference, Lexington, Kentucky, 19th–22nd April 2018.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Public Performance of Knowledge: The Reception and Representation of Early Modern Science in Contemporary University Dissertations’ • Classical Association Annual Meeting, University of Leicester, 6th–9th April 2018.
  • Barton, William M., ‘A Neo-Latin Database’ • Latin and the Republic of Letters, Diachronic Concepts of Education from Oral Tradition to Digital Humanities, Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, 4th–5th May 2017.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Neo-Latin Epistolary Writing and the Assembly of Knowledge’ • Classical Association Annual Meeting, University of Kent, 26th–29th April 2017.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Aims and Expectations of the Delitiae Poetarum Germanorum’ (1612) • RSA Chicago, 29th March–2nd April 2017.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Le corps et la montagne: L’exercice physique et les modifications du rapport aux Alpes (16e–18e siècle)’ • Séminaire d’axe 2016–2017: Programme ‘Discours des corps’ (THELEME – Littérature et Sciences humaines de l’Antiquité aux Lumières) Université Paris-Diderot, 22nd February 2017.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Landschaft auf Latein: Beispiele und theoretische Überlegungen zum Thema ‚Landschaft’ in der Frühen Neuzeit’ • Landschaftsnarrative in Antike und Früher Neuzeit Basel, 21st–22th October 2016.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Pastoral and the Italian Landscape in the Latin Poetry of the Ventennio Fascista’ • FASCIVM DECVS SVPERBVM – Neo-Latin in the ventennio fascista, Brixen, Italy, 7th–8th October 2016.
  • Barton, William M., ‘New World Landscapes in Ancient Forms: Laurent le Brun’s Franciad (1639)’ • Classical Association (CA) Edinburgh, 6th–9th April 2016.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Latin and Vernacular Translation in Early Modern Verona: Two Visits to Monte Baldo’ • RSA Boston, 31st March–2nd April 2016.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Prospectus – Landschaft auf Latein’ • International Association of Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS) 2015, Vienna, Austria 3rd–7th August 2015.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Der Landschaftsbegriff in der neulateinischen Literatur’ • 2. Montafoner Gipfeltreffen, Partenen, Austria, 15th–19th June 2015.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Changing Mountain Mentalities: The Reception of Classical Nature Descriptions in 16th Century Switzerland’ • Classical Association (UK) 2015, Bristol, 10th–13th April 2015.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Animi delectationis gratia: Conrad Gesner and Mountain Writing in 16th Century Switzerland’ • RSA Berlin, 26th–28th March 2015.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The Pervigilium Veneris: A Case of Editing through the Scholarship’ • Editors at Work: Experiences and Problems with Neo-Latin Texts, University of Innsbruck 4th–5th December 2014.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Latin for “Landscape”: The development of the Landscape Idea in Early Modern Latin’ • Neo-Latin Reading Group, King’s College, London, 11th November 2014.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Latin and the Vernacular in Early Modern Verona: Two Accounts of Trips to Monte Baldo’ • Using, Misusing and Abusing Latin in the Early Modern Period, University of Warwick, 25th–26th April 2014.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Landscape and Prospectus in Neo-Latin: Views of the Mountain’ • King’s College, London, Classics Departmental Seminar, 8th October 2013.
  • Barton, William M., ‘16th Century Humanism in Zurich and Enjoyment of the Mountains’ • Conference of the Classical Association (UK) 2013, Reading, 3rd–6th April 2013.
  • Barton, William M., ‘A Changing Mountain Mentality: Gaeographia, prospectus, pictura’ • Cambridge Society for Neo-Latin Studies (CSNLS) Trinity College, Cambridge. 31st January 2013.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The Mountains in Neo-Latin Literature’ • Colloquium ‘Mountain Gloom and Mountain Glory?’ – Die Berge in Antike und Neuzeit, Offenes Forschungskolloquium zur Römischen Geschichte, Innsbruck, 16th October 2012.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The Value of Neo-Latin literature: Then and Now’ • Values in Literature and the Value of Literature Conference, Finnish Doctoral Programme for Literary Studies; Finnish Literary Research Society, Helsinki, 12th–14th September 2012.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The Body and the Mountain: Exercise and the Changing Attitude towards the Mountain in Neo-Latin’ • 5th Biennial Conference of the Society for Renaissance Studies, University of Manchester, 9th–11th July 2012.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Pulcherrima Mundi Machina: Natural science and the mountain in Neo-Latin literature’ • SCIENTIAE: Disciplines of Knowing in the Early Modern World, Vancouver, 26th–28th April 2012.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Les Itinera Alpina de J. J. Scheuchzer (1672–1733): L’appréciation esthétique des Alpes Suisses’ • Metageitnia XXXIII, Innsbruck, 20th–21st January, 2012.
  • Barton, William M., ‘Mountain Beauty and God’s Machine in Johann Jakob Scheuchzer's Itinera Alpina (1723)’ • British Society for Eighteenth Century Studies 41st Annual Conference, St. Hugh's College Oxford, “Landscapes and Environments”, 4th–6th January, 2012.
  • Barton, William M., ‘The Third Elegy of Laurent Le Brun’s (S.J.) Franciad: Difficultas Itinerum in Silvis Canadensibus, The Difficulties of Expression in the Canadian Forest’ • Meeting of the Classical Association of the Canadian West (CACW), University of Calgary, 11th–12th March, 2011.

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Lehre

Universität Innsbruck

Institut für Klassische Philologie und Neulateinische Studien:

  • SS 2021: Rezeption: Altgriechische Literatur (LV-Nr. 605107 VU/2).
  • SS 2019: Neulateinische Literatur: Einführung und Überblick (LV 641118 VU/2).
  • SS 2018: Vertiefung Antike Literatur: Die Idyllen Theokrits: Sprache und Literatur (LV-Nr. 641116 VU/2).
  • SS 2018: Griechische Lektüre I: Prosa (LV-Nr. 641119 UE/2).
  • SS 2017: Rezeption: Die bukolische Tradition und ihre Rezeption von Theokrit bis Alexander Pope (LV-Nr. 641113 VU/2).
  • WS 2016: Neulateinische Lektüre: Die Neue Welt auf Latein: Kanada in den Franciados Libri II (1639) von Laurent Le Brun S.J. (LV-Nr. 641119 VU).
  • WS 2013: Neulateinische Lektüre: Mountains in Neo-Latin Literature (LV-Nr. 641116, VU/2).

International

Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Instituto de letras clásicas:

  • SS 2022: Cátedra Extraordinaria Gabriel y Alfonso Méndez Plancarte: Ecología y literatura latina. Module: “Escribir el paisaje, moldear el paisaje.”

School of Molecular and Theoretical Biology (SMTB), Faculty of Humanities:

  • SS 2021: Landscape in Literature: Shaping the Natural Environment in European Literature from Homer to today.

Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (CSIC), Madrid:

  • WS 2019: El latín en el discurso intelectual de la Edad Moderna: Ciencia, religión, filosofía. Module: La montaña; el latín en Gran Bretaña.

Université Paris-Diderot (Paris VII), UFR Lettres, Arts et Cinéma:

  • WS 2017: Discours des corps de l’Antiquité aux Lumières. Module: La montagne et le corps au XVIe siècle.

University of Calgary, Department of Greek and Roman Studies:

  • SS 2011: Teaching assistant GRST 205: Introduction to Greece and Rome.
  • WS 2010: Teaching assistant GRST 205: Introduction to Greece and Rome.
  • SS 2010: Teaching assistant GRST 209: Greek and Roman Mythology.
  • WS 2009: Teaching assistant GRST 209: Greek and Roman Mythology.

 

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