Annual Meeting

2024 AANLS Panel @ SCS
Chicago, Illinois
January 4-7, 2024

Neo-Latin and the State
Organized by Patrick M. Owens
Colgate College

This panel aims to illustrate the diversity, richness, and historical significance of Neo-Latin literature as it pertains to statecraft, diplomacy, political satire, and political science in general.

Michele Valerie Ronnick
Wayne State University
“Why is Milton ‘Milto’? Giovanni Salzilli, John Milton and Aelian,”

Mirella Saulini
Historical Archives of the Pontifical Gregorian University
“In the Mirror and on the Stage: the Perfect Prince According to Jesuits”

Dániel Kiss
Universitat de Barcelona
“Human and divine statecraft in the manifesto Universis orbis Christiani principibus and in the Confessio peccatoris of Francis II Rákóczi”

 Bradley Ritter
Ave Maria University
“‘What (is) the best condition of a state?’ Thomas More’s Epigrammata as Political Discourse”

David White
Baylor University
Plenam potestatem et auctoritatem: The Commissions of Henry VIII in the Correspondence of Sir Thomas More”

Simone Carboni
Independent Scholar
Radivilias, The Epic of the Lithuanian People”