The parameters of the field of neo-Latin Studies were first set in the second half of the last century in continental Europe, but scholars of many disciplines, all over the world, have long engaged, out of necessity or curiosity, with Renaissance and post-Renaissance Latin texts. This chapter takes a snapshot of the field at an exciting point in its history and considers what specialists and non-specialists in this literature have to gain from more explicit disciplinary dialogue.
|Title of host publication||Cambridge Critical Guide to Latin Studies|
|Editors||Roy Gibson, Christopher Whitton|
|Publisher||Cambridge University Press|
|Publication status||Accepted/In press - 2021|