Like every LBI, the LBI for Neo-Latin Studies had an interim review in its fourth year. The international panel in charge of this review, held on 6th/7th February 2014, consisted of Dr. Jaqueline Glomski (King’s College London), Prof. Dr. Marc Laureys (University of Bonn), Prof. Nicholas Mann (University of London – School of Advanced Study), and Dr. Verena Kremling, Leibniz-Gemeinschaft, Berlin (Reporter). It attested the LBI excellent work and outstanding influence in the research field.
In its annual report for 2013, the Görres-Gesellschaft looks back at the international conference "Latinity in the Post-Classical World". This conference was organized by the Ludwig Boltzmann Institute for Neolatin Studies in cooperation with its partner, the Pontificio Comitato di Scienze Storiche. It took place from 10th to 13th April at the Campo Santo Teutonico.
Please cf. the attached PDF.
In December 2013, the magazine "Zukunft Forschung" (Magazin für Wissenschaft und Forschung der Universität Innsbruck) published the article "Triumvirate", presenting three fellows of our LBI and their research projects: Sheldon Brammall, Maiko Favaro and Jonathan Meyer. For the full article, please cf. the attached PDF.
In an interview given to the OST Bridges Magazin (the Online Magazine on Transatlantic Science, Technology, and Innovation Policy, published quarterly by the Office of Science & Technology (OST) at the Austrian Embassy in Washington, DC), the Austrian Federal Minister for Science and Research, Karlheinz Töchterle points out "Neo-Latin studies as an example of a prominent field of research in the Humanities” in Austria (vol. 33, May 2012).