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31/07–5/08/2022: IANLS Leuven 2022

The 18th congress of the International Association for Neo-Latin Studies (IANLS) was held in Leuven, Belgium, from Sunday, July 31, to Friday, August 5, 2022. The congresses of the IANLS, which take place every three years, bring together researchers working on Neo-Latin literature from a wide range of discipline. Also the NOSCEMUS project was present in Leuven with a a couple of talks.

tautschnig_ianls_leuven_2022While Domink Berrens took a look at Carl Linnaeus’ naming and etymology of the banana in his Musa Cliffortiana, (1736) Martin Korenjak presented the history of Atlas as a title for books composed of a series of terrestrial maps. Irina Tautschnig examined the use of antiquarian similes in Benedict Stay’s voluminous scientific didcatic poem Philosophia recentior (1755–1792). 

In the IANLS business meeting, our colleague Stefan Zathammer was elected to the Digital Advisory Board and appointed as the new web-master.





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Funding: European Research Council Advanced Grant
Principal Investigator: Martin Korenjak
Host Institution: Leopold-Franzens-Universität Innsbruck
Duration: 10/2017–09/2022
Project No. 741374
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