Beyond Europe, beyond the Renaissance, beyond the Vernacular
This contribution is the response piece to a larger dialogue of three articles that form the second issue of JOLCEL. The other contributions are “From the Epistolae et Evangelia (c. 1540) to the Espejo divino (1607): Indian Latinists and Nahuatl religious literature at the College of Tlatelolco” by Andrew Laird (pp. 2-28), “Latinidad, tradición clásica y nova ratio en el Imperial Colegio de la Santa Cruz de Santiago Tlatelolco” by Heréndira Téllez Nieto (pp. 30-55) and “Nordic Gods in Classical Dress: De diis arctois by C. G. Brunius” by Arsenii Vetushko-Kalevich (pp. 57-71).
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