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Twenty-ninth Annual Margaret Mann Phillips Lecture

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A More Radical Renaissance: Erasmus’ Novum instrumentum (1516) in Its Time and Ours

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The progress of modern editions of Erasmus’ works has brought us to a point where we can begin to reassess the significance of the turn in his career marked by the Novum instrumentum in 1516. When the insights of recent research on Erasmus’ New Testament are combined with scholarship on early modern literary and print culture and in the cognitive history of neo-Latin discourse, the radical novelty of his biblical enterprise appears more clearly.

Affiliations: 1: University of British Columbia mark.vessey@ubc.ca

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