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Christian Gastgeber & Claudia Sojer: "Schloss Ambras verliert seinen Bücherschatz"

On Tuesday, November 5th 2013, Christian Gastgeber (IBF - Institut für Byzanzforschung) and Claudia Sojer (Universität Wien) visited the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and gave the talk:

Schloss Ambras verliert seinen Bücherschatz.
Der Netzwerker, kaiserliche Hofbibliothekar und Philologe
Peter Lambeck (Hamburg, 1628 – Wien, 1680) und sein Lebenswerk

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

Event Details
Date: 
Tue, 05/11/2013 - 18:00
Location: 
Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies

Maurizio Campanelli: "A controversial genre: Latin vs. vernacular in 18th‐century Italian satire"

On Tuesday, October 29th 2013, Maurizio Campanelli ("Sapienza" - Università di Roma) visited the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and gave the talk:

A controversial genre: Latin vs. vernacular in 18th­‐century Italian satire

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

Françoise Waquet: No Latin for the People – The Social Risks of a Classical Education (France 18th–20th centuries)

On Tuesday, October 8th 2013, Françoise Waquet (CNRS – Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris) visited the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neo-Latin Studies and gave the  talk:

No Latin for the People –
The Social Risks of a Classical Education
(France 18th–20th centuries)

The talk was followed by a discussion. Please find attached the invitation and one group picture.

Event Details
Date: 
Tue, 08/10/2013 - 18:00

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.

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