Papers on Humanist Greek in Estonia

Estonian Research Council Project PUT 132 “Humanist Greek in Early Modern Estonia and Livonia: a bridge to modern and ancient European culture“ (2013-2016) has supported following papers on Humanist Greek in Estonia and Early modern Europe:

October 24, 2014: Ortelius versus Lomiento : l’ode pindarique grecque par Ioannes Ortelius Cygnocomaeus et son modèle métrique (Janika Päll).

At: International seminar and workshop on ancient metrics DAMON XXIX in Les Diablerets (Switzerland).

November 6-8, 2014: The beginnings of Greek Pindaric Ode in Western Europe: Italian humanist poets Francisco Robortello, Petro Cortonaeo and Giambattista Amalteo (Janika Päll).

At: Colloquium Balticum XIII Rigense 2014 (in Riga, Latvia).

December 5th, 2014: Greek in the Northern Baltic area: the reception of ancient authors and the practice of humanist Greek(Janika Päll)

at the seminar “Greek Humanism in the Pannonian Area”, organised by Christian Gastgeber  and Jana Gruskova (in Vienna, Austria).

January 23, 2015:  Kogudepõhise uurimistöö võimalikkusest ja vajalikkusest humanistide kreekakeelse luule uurimise näitel (J. Päll’ s paper on the possibility of and need for collection-based research, presenting a case study of humanist Greek texts in Tartu University Library’s collections)

At the seminar dedicated to Fr. Puksoo: Friedrich Puksoo 125. sünniaastapäevale pühendatud ettekandepäev (in Tartu: Estonia), the program and PowerPoint of the paper in TU Library’s DSpace.

March 26, 2015: Humanist Greek in the Baltic States from 1550 to 1750 (Janika Päll) in a panel Exploring the Greek revival II: Greek humanism in Northern Europe (organised by Federica Ciccolella and J. Päll)

March 26, 2015:  Roundtable: Defining Renaissance Greek (roundtable with Tua Korhonen, Davide Baldi, Asaph Ben-Tov, Francesco G. Giannachi, Janika Päll, Luigi-Alberto Sanchi)

at RSA annual congress in Humboldtuniversität (Berlin, Germany).

April 25, 2015: Les accents de Pindare le Dorien (Martin Steinrück, Janika Päll).

At the colloque Skhema-Rhema in the University of Sophia Nice-Antipolis (Nice, France).

November 13, 2015: Guidelines for life: Gezelius as a Hellenic poet in Dorpat(J. Päll)

At the seminar: Johannes Gezelius vanhempi (1615–1690) ja suomalainen kirjahistoria. Johannes Gezelius vanhemman syntymän 400-vuotisjuhlaseminaari, organised by Finnish Society of Book History and University of Helsinki

November 20-21, 2015:  Von Robertello und Reusner zu Vogelmann: Über die Transmission der humanistengriechischen pindarischen Ode von Italien in die nördlichen Länder des Baltikums  (J. Päll)

At the seminar “Hellenisti: Altgriechisch als Literatursprache im neuzeitlichen Europa”  in the University of Wuppertal

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