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.
To join the Society, please visit our Officers and MembersLink opens in a new window page.
The Society for Neo-Latin Studies is a Registered Charity in England and Wales, EW41377.
The regular Newsletter of the Society of Neo-Latin Studies
Up-to-date news on conferences, events, jobs, funding opportunities, reading groups and everything else related to Neo-Latin studies.
For older news items, see our News page.
For queries about the Society please contact the President, Gesine Manuwald (UCL).
If you have comments about the website, or would like to suggest news items, please contact, Iván Parga Ornelas (Warwick).
This reading group, organized by Tom Evans, will take place (on Zoom) from 5-6:30pm (GMT) on 24 January, 21 February, 21 March, and 18 April. The schedule for the monthly meetings will be Petrarch’s Africa (Jan), Sannazzaro’s De partu virginis (Feb), Vida’s Christiad (March), and Milton’s In quintum Novembris (April).