In January 2018, Han Lamers will join the Department of Philosophy, Classics, and the History of Art and Ideas as associate professor of Classics. He studied Classics at the University of Leiden (BA, MPhil) and Art History at KU Leuven (BA, MA) and holds a PhD (2013) from Leiden University. His research focuses on many aspects of the classical tradition, especially in early modern and modern Europe, as well as the history of (classical) scholarship.
Before coming to Oslo, Lamers was postdoctoral research fellow at the Humboldt-University of Berlin, the University of Ghent, and KU Leuven and received research fellowships from the Dutch Research Council (NWO), the Research Foundation - Flanders (FWO), the Berlin Centre for the History of Knowledge (MPIWG), and the Volkswagen Foundation. He was guest editor of the European Review of History / Revue européenne d'histoire and is currently member of the editorial boards of the International Journal of the Classical Tradition and Recollection.
In addition to doing research, Lamers taught classes and courses in the fields of Classics and classical reception, Renaissance literature and history, and the history of Classics and Art History.
For a full overview of publications and papers, please click here.
For more information about the ongoing project on the use of Latin under Italian Fascism, please click here.
Lamers H., Reitz-Joosse B. (2016 & 2017). The Codex Fori Mussolini: A Latin Text of Italian Fascism. Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception, London: Bloomsbury Academic.
Lamers H. (2015). Greece Reinvented: Transformations of Byzantine Hellenism in Renaissance Italy. Brill's Studies in Intellectual History, 247. Leiden: Brill.
Articles in internationally reviewed academic journals
Lamers H. (2017). Latinizing Mussolini's Message: Nicola Festa's Latin Translation of the 'Proclamation of Empire' (1936/7). International Journal of the Classical Tradition, 24 (2), 198-218.
Lamers H., Reitz-Joosse B. (2016). Lingua Lictoria: The Latin Literature of Italian Fascism. Classical Receptions Journal, 8 (2), 216-252.
Lamers H. (2015). Pseudo-Classical Phantom Words in Later Latin: The Case of dicatura in Pliny the Elder. Latomus: Revue d'Études Latines, 74 (4), 1014-1035.
Lamers H. (2015). On Two Poems (Omitted) from the Latin Anthology. Classical Philology: A Journal devoted to Research in Classical Antiquity, 10 (4), 367-375.
Lamers H. (2015). Michele Marullo and the Epitaph of Šimun Keglević (1579): A Note on the Use of Latin Inscriptions in Croatia. Bibliothèque d'Humanisme et Renaissance. Travaux et Documents, 77 (2), 411-421.
Lamers H. (2014). Wie weet waar Griekenland lag? De territoriale verankering van het Hellenisme in de vroege zestiende eeuw. Tetradio: Tijdschrift van het Griekenlandcentrum, 23, 101-125.
Lamers H. (2014). Recent Work on Michael Marullus: A Brief Overview with an Updated Bibliography. Neulateinisches Jahrbuch: Journal of Neo-Latin Language and Literature, 16, 334-343.
Lamers H., Hylkema J. (2014). Between Emblem and Labyrinth: The Many Images of Europe in Art, Literature, and Scholarship, 1500–1800. European Review of History / Revue Européenne d'Histoire, 21 (6), 789-797.
Lamers H. (2013). Manilius Cabacius Rhallus of Sparta, ca. 1447-ca. 1523: A Study of His Life and Work with an Editio Minor of his Latin Poetry. Humanistica Lovaniensia. Journal of Neo-Latin Studies, 56, 127-200.
Lamers H. (2013). A Reexamination of the Editorship of Festus’ Collectanea (Rome, 1475). Philologus: Zeitschrift für antike Literatur und ihre Rezeption, 157 (2), 374-378.
Lamers H., Rademaker A. (2007). Talking about Myself: A Pragmatic Approach to the Use of Aspect Forms in Lysias 12.4-19. Classical Quarterly, 57 (2), 458-476.