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Sodalitas litteratorum: le compagnonnage littéraire néo-latin et français à la Renaissance

Études à la mémoire de Philip Ford / Studies in Memory of Philip Ford

Volume editor Ingrid A. R. DE SMET, Paul WHITE

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Renaissance literary and scholarly culture often took place under the sign of sodalitas: concepts of community, friendship, collaboration – and of friendly rivalry – played a defining role in the presentation of the humanist project. The thirteen chapters collected here offer new insights into the role of sodalitas in the reading, writing and production of texts in the Renaissance, in France and beyond. They explore the interaction between the worlds of the manuscript and printed book, the court and erudite culture, vernacular and Neo-Latin communities, and local networks and the transnational Republic of Letters. The contributors from the United Kingdom, France and Canada study multiple genres – from epigrams over funeral poetry to medical texts and theatre – and a broad range of literary figures – from Poggio Bracciolini and Alessandra Scala over Jean Brinon and Guillaume Bouchet to George Buchanan, Jean Calvin, and William Shakespeare.
This volume pays homage to the late Philip Ford FBA (1949-2013), Fellow of Clare College and Professor of French and Neo-Latin Studies at the University of Cambridge, and the spirit of intellectual exchange and collegiality that he cherished, both as a research topic and as an enduring characteristic of academia. Sodalitas litteratorum features a bibliography of his work, the text of his last conference paper (on homo-erotic themes in the poetry of Ronsard), and funeral poetry composed in his memory.

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Sodalitas litteratorum: le compagnonnage littéraire néo-latin et français à la Renaissance

Sodalitas litteratorum: le compagnonnage littéraire néo-latin et français à la Renaissance

Renaissance literary and scholarly culture often took place under the sign of sodalitas: concepts of community, friendship, collaboration – and of friendly rivalry – played a defining role in the presentation of the humanist project...

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Stephanus FAENICULUS
Elegia de Professore Philippo Iohanne Fordio, Socio doctissimo atque humanissimo Collegii Clarensis apud Cantabrigienses
(graece, latine, anglice)

Ingrid A. R. DE SMET and Paul WHITE
Introduction

Sylvie LAIGNEAU-FONTAINE
L’Amitié dans le sodalitium Lugdunense

Andrew W. TAYLOR
Between Friends and Languages: Inscribing the Humanist Epigram in Renaissance France

Adrian ARMSTRONG
Intellectuals and the Nation in Renaissance France: Verse Epitaphs for Louise de Savoie

Jonathan PATTERSON
Jean Brinon and His Cenacle: An Enduring Sodalitas?

Anne-Pascale POUEY-MOUNOU
Des « Compaings » et des livres : Interactions et différenciations stylistiques dans les pièces folâtres de la Pléiade

Nathalie CATELLANI et Carine FERRADOU
La Sodalité bordelaise de George Buchanan

Keith SIDWELL
Sodalitas and inimicitia in the Lucianism of Poggio Bracciolini

Stephen FENNELL
Φθονέει καὶ  οιδὸς  οιδῷ: Alessandra Scala in the Fellowship and Rivalry of Greek Epigrammatists of the Florentine Quattrocento

Stephen BAMFORTH
A Curious Case of Literary Fellowship – or, A Footnote to a Forgery

Max ENGAMMARE
La Sodalitas livresque de Calvin, Bullinger et Bèze: L’Envoi de livres, une pratique réformée qui s’impose au monde lettré

Valérie WORTH-STYLIANOU
La Sodalité dans les dédicaces des ouvrages français de médecine

Mathieu FERRAND
L’Amitié en scène : Jeux dramatiques et souvenirs de collège au XVIe siècle

Neil KENNY
“Lesquels banquets... ont esté nommez... des Latins Sodalitates”: Discussing Dreams over Dinner in Guillaume Bouchet’s Serées

David MONEY
Sodalis ad Philippum

Philip FORD †
Flirting with Boys: Sexual Ambiguity in Ronsard’s
Narrative Poetry

Ingrid A. R. DE SMET and Paul WHITE
Bibliography of Philip Ford’s Publications

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Title Sodalitas litteratorum: le compagnonnage littéraire néo-latin et français à la Renaissance
Subtitle Études à la mémoire de Philip Ford / Studies in Memory of Philip Ford
Edition First Edition
Volume 158
Volume editor Ingrid A. R. DE SMET, Paul WHITE
ISSN 0071-1934 / 1422-5581
Issue 20
Language Anglais, Français
Publisher Librairie Droz
Title First Published 08/7/2019
Includes Index; Bibliography
 
Format Paperback/softback
ISBN-13 978-2-600-05945-9
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600059459
Reference no. 20-158
Publication Date 08/7/2019
Nb of pages 320
Illustrations 6 illustrations
Illustrations, black and white
Dimensions 152 x 222 cm
Weight 325 gr
 
Format PDF
ISBN-13 978-2-600-15945-6
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600159456
Reference no. 20-158-PDF
Publication Date 08/8/2019
 
Format Paperback/softback + PDF
ISBN-13 978-2-600-25945-3
GTIN13 (EAN13) 9782600259453
Reference no. 20-158-LOT
Publication Date 08/8/2019
Dimensions 152 x 222 cm
Weight 325 gr
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