Editions for Students
Mittel- und Neulatein macht Schule!
Mittel- und Neulatein macht Schule! initiated by the Abteilung für Lateinische Philologie des Mittelalters und der Neuzeit and the Zentrum für Mittelalter- und Frühneuzeitforschung at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen and supported by the Neulateinischen Gesellschaft.
A collection of longer and shorter texts (excerpts) from various regions and periods (10th through 17th cent), in various genres, and by a diversity of writers, including women, presented with vocabulary, short introductions including an author biography and a bibliography for further reading
The Neo-Latin anthology compiled by the Society for Neo-Latin Studies is for the use of teachers of Latin everywhere. The range of texts and authors will be particularly valuable to tutors, students and researchers working on Neo-Latin sources. The anthology includes texts of varying levels of difficulty, so that individual tutors can select texts for their own pedagogical purposes. The aim is to create as diverse and wide-ranging an anthology as possible: prose, epic, pastoral, lyric, satirical and panegyric texts are included, ranging from the fifteenth to the twentieth century.
Project Nota – Latin letters and works of famous women founded by Sophia He (junior) and middle and high school Latin teacher in Sandusky, Ohio Laura Petersen.
Relying on volunteers ‘with diverse skills and perspectives, this project provides educational resources for Latin texts written by women including digitized editions of the Latin texts and translations into languages such as English, French, and Spanish. Students can also become members of Project Nota by taking part in the gathering, editing, and translating of these works.
Isaac Newton (1643–1727)
Toribio Pérez, P. 2020. Newton on Theology: Isaac Newton (1642–1727), Theological Section from the General Scholium to the Principia Mathematica, London: Bloomsbury. URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10261/234227 (open access).
Annotated Latin text with short introduction and English translation intended for students. The text is extracted from the theological section of Newton’s Philosophiae naturalis principia mathematica. Print version: P. Toribio, ‘Newton on Theology’, in G. Manuwald, D. Hadas and L. R. Nicholas (eds), An Anthology of European Neo-Latin Literature, London: Bloomsbury, 2020, 267–78.
Isotta Nogarla (1418–1466)
Boyle, F.; S. A. Chapman; D. Goud; T. G. Hendrickson; S. Karmali; K. Leininger; J. A. Stern & A. Wilson-Bivera 2022. Isotta Nogarola, Defense of Eve: A Latin Text of the De Pari aut Impari Evae atque Adae Peccato with Running Vocabulary and Commentary. Pixelia Publishing. URL: https://pixeliapublishing.org/isotta-nogarolas-defense-of-eve/ (open access and available for purchase as a paperback).
The introduction provides background on Nogarola, humanism, the history of feminism, and notable features of post-classical Latin.
Bartolomeo Platina (1421–1481)
Hendrickson, T. G.; A. B. Berman; P. Croak; D. Gridley; S. Herrera; J. Lee; G. Rigby; J. Robinson; G. C. Sommer; K. Ueno & J. Whittemore 2017. Bartolomeo Platina: Lives of the Popes, Paul II. An Intermediate Reader of Renaissance Latin. URL: http://www.faenumpublishing.com/platina.html (open access and available for purchase as a paperback).
Text with vocabulary and grammatical help and introduction to the author, renaissance Rome, as well as notable features of Neo-Latin grammar and syntax.
The Neo-Latin Podcast hosted by the Society for Neo-Latin Studies explores Neo-Latin literature, introducing a Neo-Latin author and their work in each episode. Its aim is to demonstrate the wealth and diversity of Neo-Latin literature.
The YouTube-channel and website of the Freiburg based project Studia Latinitatis Friburgensia provides audio-recordings of various ancient, late ancient and Neo-Latin texts.