We are pleased to offer our subscribers a full helping of Erasmus Studies, with two lectures, three articles, and pictures. In this issue you will find Anita Traninger’s Birthday Lecture of 2015 and Mark Vessey’s Margaret Mann Phillips Lecture of 2016. Kathy Eden’s Birthday Lecture of 2016 will appear in volume 38 of our journal. Last year’s anniversary celebration of the publication of the Novum Instrumentum saw a flurry of events at home and abroad including an event organized by Thierry Amalou and Jean-Marie Le Gall at the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne entitled Le Nouveau Testament d’ Érasme (1516); regards sur l’ Europe des humanistes, which was held on December 15 in the university library of the Sorbonne. We owe this information to our Parisian correspondent André Godin, who participated in the colloquium. Also worth mentioning is the colloquium “On the Eve of the Reformation” held at Victoria College in the University of Toronto on October 21 to 22 last year. The recently concluded annual meeting of the Renaissance Society of America in Chicago was brimming with Erasmian excitement, thanks above all to Professor Silvana Seidel Menchi’s Margaret Mann Phillips Lecture, “The Alphabet of Images: Erasmus’ Other Language?,” which we look forward to publishing in an upcoming issue. It is my unalloyed pleasure to announce that, after a hiatus of 14 years, the Society has revived the Roland Bainton Lectures, which used to be a staple of this journal, and Professor Mark Rankin of James Madison University will deliver the (re)inaugural lecture at SCSC in Milwaukee this coming October. Our readers can look forward to a special issue on Erasmus and the New Testament in the next number of Erasmus Studies (37.2), coordinated by Reinier Leushuis.
Erasmus of Rotterdam Society Yearbook – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2017
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