Session Title

Hiberno-Latin Studies

Sponsoring Organization(s)

Special Session

Organizer Name

Shannon O. Ambrose

Organizer Affiliation

St. Xavier Univ.

Presider Name

Helen Foxhall Forbes

Presider Affiliation

Durham Univ.

Paper Title 1

How Irish Are These Symptoms? The Irish "Lambeth Commentary" and "Wendepunkte" Exegesis on the Sermon on the Mount

Presenter 1 Name

Tomás O'Sullivan

Presenter 1 Affiliation

St. Louis Univ.

Paper Title 2

"To Live by Our Own Laws": Columbanus on the Legal Status of the Irish Church

Presenter 2 Name

Kristen Carella

Presenter 2 Affiliation

Assumption College

Paper Title 3

Laidin na nGael: Translating the Navigatio sancti Brendani into Modern Irish

Presenter 3 Name

Brian Ó Broin

Presenter 3 Affiliation

William Paterson Univ.

Paper Title 4

Hiberno-Latin Visionary Texts and the Twelfth-Century German Reform Movement: A Study of Chicago, Newberry Library, Case MS 6

Presenter 4 Name

Shannon O. Ambrose

Start Date

13-5-2016 3:30 PM

Session Location

Fetzer 1060

Description

In this session, presenters will explore various topics related to Hiberno-Latin literature and studies. While topics that trace Hiberno-Latin influences on other traditions (for example, Anglo- and Carolingian Latin, or various Insular and Continental vernaculars) will be most prevalent, other papers will examine Hiberno-Latin literature for its own sake. Papers will focus on specialties as diverse as biblical exegesis and law, encyclopedic notes and homiletics, while others will deal with the definition of “Hiberno-Latin” and the so-called “symptoms” used to identify Latin texts of Irish production both within Ireland and in Irish monastic foundations. abroad. There will also be papers that deal with matters related to edition-making and translating Hiberno-Latin texts.

Shannon O. Ambrose

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May 13th, 3:30 PM

Hiberno-Latin Studies

Fetzer 1060

In this session, presenters will explore various topics related to Hiberno-Latin literature and studies. While topics that trace Hiberno-Latin influences on other traditions (for example, Anglo- and Carolingian Latin, or various Insular and Continental vernaculars) will be most prevalent, other papers will examine Hiberno-Latin literature for its own sake. Papers will focus on specialties as diverse as biblical exegesis and law, encyclopedic notes and homiletics, while others will deal with the definition of “Hiberno-Latin” and the so-called “symptoms” used to identify Latin texts of Irish production both within Ireland and in Irish monastic foundations. abroad. There will also be papers that deal with matters related to edition-making and translating Hiberno-Latin texts.

Shannon O. Ambrose