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Michael Dormandy: Words of Encouragement: Bartholomaeus Holzhauser’s Epistola Fundamentalis considered and compared to contemporary British, Protestant exhortatory literature

On Wednesday, September 11th 2013, Michael Dormandy (Wycliffe Hall, Oxford), fellow at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, gave the talk:

Words of Encouragement: Bartholomaeus Holzhauser’s Epistola Fundamentalis considered and compared to contemporary British, Protestant exhortatory literature

The talk was followed by a vivid discussion. Please find attached the invitation and some pictures.

Robert Forgács: 'The Music of the Benedictine and Jesuit Schuldramen in 18th century Austria and Germany: Mozart, his predecessors and contemporaries'

On Montay, July 8th 2013, Robert Forgács (University Sydney), fellow at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies, gave the talk:

The Music of the Benedictine and Jesuit Schuldramen
in 18th century Austria and Germany:
Mozart, his predecessors and contemporaries

The talk was followed by a discussion. Please find attached the invitation and some pictures.

Bernd Roling: 'Die Paracelsische Rose. Debatten über die übernatürliche und natürliche Auferstehung zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit'

On Wednesday, April 24th 2013, Bernd Roling (Freie Universität Berlin) visited the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and gave the  talk:

Die Paracelsische Rose.
Debatten über die übernatürliche und natürliche Auferstehung zwischen Mittelalter und Neuzeit

The talk was followed by a discussion. Please find attached the invitation and some pictures of the event.

Magdaléna Jacková: 'Das Schuldrama der Jesuiten in den böhmischen Ländern'

On Thursday, March 7th 2013, Magdaléna Jacková (Institute of Czech Literature, Prague) visited the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and gave the talk:

Das Schuldrama der Jesuiten in den böhmischen Ländern

The talk was followed by a discussion. Please find attached the invitation and some pictures of the event.

Patrick Hadley: "Nicodemus Frischlin's Approach to the Byzantine Triad of Aristophanes"

On Monday, March 4th 2013, Patrick Hadley (University of Toronto), fellow at the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies from September 2012 until February 2013, gave the talk:

Nicodemus Frischlin's Approach to the Byzantine Triad of Aristophanes

The talk was followed by a lively discussion. Please find attached the invitation and some pictures.

The LBI team wishes Patrick good luck for his academic career.

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