The Society for Neo-Latin Studies (SNLS) was founded in 2004 and is the national organization in the UK for all scholars interested in literature of the early-modern period written in Latin. SNLS organizes regular conferences, panels, lectures and events for graduate students and hosts a selection of Neo-Latin texts (which can also be used for teaching) on its website. It aims to foster dialogue among scholars from different disciplines working on Neo-Latin literature, put Neo-Latin in the interdisciplinary context of early-modern studies, support the next generation of scholars and encourage teaching of Neo-Latin literature.
For queries about the Society please contact the President, Gesine Manuwald (UCL).
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To join the Society for Neo-Latin Studies please download the membership formLink opens in a new windowLink opens in a new window and return as indicated. The SNLS membership fee is £15 per year (£7.50 for students and the unwaged), subject to annual revision. It is possible to pay the membership fee by standing order (see form above). SNLS has now introduced additional payment options for members based abroad, in the hope of making membership more attractive for this group of scholars by reducing banking fees. Members based abroad can now pay membership for 10, 15 or 20 years in one go (this option is also available to UK members), or they can obtain life membership for £300.
The Society for Neo-Latin Studies is a Registered Charity in England and Wales, EW41377. If you wish to donate to the Society or make your annual subscription go further, please fill in the Gift Aid form.