Thomas Hobbes’ De mirabilibus Pecci edited by Johanna Luggin

On September 1st, LBI member Johanna Luggin published her revised PhD thesis in the series Noctes Neolatinae (Georg Olms). The first modern edition of the hexameter poem De mirabilibus Pecci about the Seven Wonders of the English Peak District, written by the famous philosopher Thomas Hobbes in 1627, presents the poem with an introduction, the Latin text, a German translation and a commentary.

Paul Shore: 'Reading Between the Lines: A Forgotten 1622 Latin Translation of the Qur’an by Ignazio Lomellini, SJ'

On Wednesday, September 28th 2016, Paul Shore gave the talk:

Reading Between the Lines: A Forgotten 1622 Latin Translation of the Qur’an by Ignazio Lomellini, SJ

The talk was followed by a discussion.

Event Details
Wed, 14/09/2016 - 18:00
Atrium SR 5

LBI meets Innsbruck's Faculty of Humanities

All the members of the Faculty of Humanities (cf. of Innsbruck university were invited to a meeting with the members of the LBI for Neo-Latin Studies on 22 June 2016.


Dean Sebastian Donat was impressed by the current research projects and encourages further collaboration between the LBI and the different researchers from the faculty.

Beyond the PhD: Post-Doctoral Opportunties and Early Career Development for Neo-Latinists

The Society for Neo-Latin Studies is organising a FREE EVENT aimed at researchers with interests in Neo-Latin at the postdoctoral and early-career level, to be held on the 9th September 2016 at King’s College London (Strand Campus). A full schedule for the event is given below, and will include a lunch sponsored by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Matin Studies and coffee breaks. Each session will include brief presentations on the schemes and opportunities under discussion, with particular consideration of the perspective of neo-Latin researchers.