Han Lamers

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Background

Han Lamers joined the Department of Philosophy, Classics, and the History of Art and Ideas in January 2018 (Associate Professor, 2018-2019; Full Professor from 23.08.2019) and is currently Head of Subject in 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 also Visiting Professor at the Department of Art History of the University of Leuven (Spring 2019).

Lamers was guest editor of the European Review of History (2014), the International Journal of the Classical Tradition (2018), and History of Humanities (2020) and is member of the editorial board of the International Journal of the Classical Tradition. He also is in the advisory board of JOLCEL, an open-access journal on the cultural history of Latin (first issue in June 2019).

In addition to doing research, Lamers taught classes and courses in the fields of Classics and the classical tradition, Renaissance literature and history, and the history of Classics and Art History.

Lamers is Research Fellow at the Department of Art History of the KU Leuven and Academic Member of the Heterodox Academy and the Heterodox Classics Community.

Academia
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Ongoing research projects

  • Lamers is principal investigator of the international research project "New Signs of Antiquity: The Uses of Latin in the Public Culture of Italian Fascism, 1922-1943", funded by the Research Council of Norway (2021-2025).
  • Together with Bettina-Reitz-Joosse (Groningen), Lamers is coordinating a research project studying the uses of the classical languages under Fascism. The project is part of the Anchoring Innovation research agenda of OIKOS and is also supported by the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Oslo. More information can be found on the project's website. PhD student: Nicolò Bettegazzi.
  • Together with Barbara Baert (Leuven), Lamers is coordinating a research initiative entitled "Kairós, or the Right Moment: Nachleben and Iconology". In this context, he studies the early modern lexicography of kairós and the relationship between the concepts of kairós and Nachleben in the modern scholarship. This project is supported by a grant of the University of Leuven. PhD student: Stephanie Heremans. Postdoctoral Researcher: Laura Tack.
  • Additional (individual) research initiatives: critical edition with commentary and translation of Manilio Cabacio Rallo's Iuueniles ingenii lusus (Renaissance Society of America Texts and Studies Series) and a monograph concerning "European Greekness: The Early Modern Appropriation of Hellenism and its Discontents" (longer-term project).

Teaching

  • ANT1500 Antikken gjennom tidene/The Classical Tradition (Spring 2018-2022)
  • ANT4900 Praksisemne for masterprogrammet i klassiske språk (Spring 2022; Fall 2022)
  • ANT4502 Classics seminar (Spring 2018; Fall 2021)
  • ANT4501 Heritage: Premodern Perspectives (Fall 2021)
  • ANT1100 Antikkens verden/The Ancient World (Fall 2019-2020)
  • ANT4500 Antiquity in European ideologies (Fall 2018)

  • LAT2409/4409 Mussolini Dux: The Latin Literature of Italian Fascism (Spring 2022)
  • LAT4309 Ovid's Metamorphoses (Fall 2021)
  • LAT2400 Tematisk tekstseminar i latin (Spring 2021; Fall 2021)
  • LAT3190 Bacheloroppgave i latin (Fall 2019; Spring 2020-2021; Fall 2021-2022)
  • LAT1404 Latin epic poetry (Spring 2021)
  • LAT2105 Latin grammar II (Spring 2019; Spring 2021)
  • LAT2404/LAT4303 Late antique and medieval Latin texts (Spring 2019; Fall 2020)
  • LAT4109 Neo-Latin Literature (Fall 2019)
  • LAT4311 Latin verse satire (Fall 2019)
  • LAT1401 Caesar (Fall 2019; Fall 2022)
  • LAT2401 Augustan poetry (Spring 2019)
  • LAT4312 Augustan literature (Spring 2019)
  • LAT2407/LAT4407 Seneca's Epistulae morales (Fall 2018)
  • LAT4403 Vergil (Spring 2021)

  • CLAS 44519 Classical Reception Studies: Key Texts and Ideas (University of Chicago, Department of Classics, Spring 2020) [cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic]
  • B-KUL-F0JC8A Iconology (KU Leuven, Department of Art History, 4 seminars, Spring 2019)

Tags: Classics, Latin, Greek, Classical tradition, Classical reception, History of scholarship, History of ideas, Cultural history

Publications

Books

Lamers, Han (2015). Greece Reinvented: Transformations of Byzantine Hellenism in Renaissance Italy. Brill Academic Publishers.

Lamers, Han (2019). Afterlife of Antiquity: Anton Springer (1825-1891) on the Classical Tradition. Studies in Iconology 15. Leuven: Peeters Publishers.

with Bettina Reitz-Joosse (2016 & 2017). The Codex Fori Mussolini: A Latin Text of Italian Fascism. Bloomsbury Academic.

Most recent publications

Lamers, Han, and Raf Van Rooy. ‘Athenae Belgicae: Greek Studies in Renaissance Bruges’. In When Greece Flew across the Alps: The Study of Greek in Early Modern Europe, edited by Federica Ciccolella, 72–109. Brill’s Studies in Intellectual History 336. Leiden / Boston: Brill, 2022.

Lamers, Han, and Raf Van Rooy. ‘The Low Countries’. In The Hellenizing Muse: A European Anthology of Poetry in Ancient Greek from the Renaissance to the Present, edited by Filippomaria Pontani and Stefan Weise, 216–79. Trends in Classics – Pathways of Reception 6. Berlin/Boston: De Gruyter, 2022.

Most recent presentations

"Mussolini Dux: Die lateinische Literatur des italienischen Faschismus". With Bettina Reitz-Joosse. Cologne, University of Cologne: Ringvorlesung "Global Classics. Antikenrezeption rund um den Globus" (digital). 15 December 2021.

"« La langue des vainqueurs » : la politisation de la langue latine dans l’Italie fasciste, 1922-1943". Paris, Institut d'Histoire du Droit. 7 December 2021.

"Hvordan ble antikken (mis)brukt i politisk propaganda? Det gamle Roma i Mussolinis Italia". Oslo, University of Oslo: Faglig-pedagogisk dag 2021 (digital). 4 November 2021.

"The Lure of Latin under Italian Fascism". Oslo, Norwegian School of Theology, Religion, and Society: Mythopolitics in South Asia - Conceptual workshop (digital). 5 November 2021.

“Novel Antiquities: Humanist Hellenism in Renaissance Bruges”. With Raf Van Rooy. Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America (digital). 22 April 2021.

"Spectacles of Archiving: Foundation Deposits in Fascist Italy”. London & Groningen, University College London & University of Groningen: Conference: The Fascist Archive in Performance: Classical Reception in Film and Live Events under Mussolini (digital). 15 January 2021.

In preparation

Anthology (with translations) of Latin texts written in Fascist Italy.

Manilii Cabacii Rhalli Iuveniles ingenii lusus (et poemata varia). Edition of Manilio Cabacio Rallo's Latin poetry (largely finished; book proposal accepted for The Renaissance Society of America Texts and Studies Series).

Monograph on European Greekness: The Early Modern Appropriation of Hellenism and its Discontents (work in progress)

with Johannes Rössler (eds.), Anton Springer on Art, Art History, and the Classical Tradition. Anthology of essays by Anton Heinrich Springer (1825-1891) (translated from the German with notes).

with Nico de Glas (†), Dutch translation (with notes) of Laonikos Chalkokondyles' Histories. Serie Grieks proza. Ta Grammata: Groningen.

 

 

  • Lamers, Han (2022). Tempora mutantur… En ny parømiologisk vurdering av ordspråkets historiske bakgrunn og litterære bruksmåter. In Lamers, Han & Bär, Silvio Friedrich (Ed.), Studia in honorem Vibeke Roggen. Hermes Academic Publishing and Bookshop A/S. ISSN 9788280342126. p. 105–126.
  • Lamers, Han & Van Rooy, Raf (2022). Athenae Belgicae: Greek Studies in Renaissance Bruges. In Ciccolella, Federica (Eds.), When Greece Flew across the Alps: The Study of Greek in Early Modern Europe. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-17942-4. p. 72–109.
  • Lamers, Han (2021). Flower of Time. In Lamers, Han (Eds.), The Right Moment. Essays Offered to Barbara Baert, Laureate of the 2016 Francqui Prize in Human Sciences, on the Occasion of the Celebratory Symposium at the Francqui Foundation, Brussels, 18-19 October 2018. In consultation with Han Lamers. Editorial assistance: Stephanie Heremans & Laura Tack.. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 9789042946729.
  • Lamers, Han (2021). Leonardo Bruni om humanistisk utdannelse. Innledning til hans avhandling «Om studiet av litteratur». Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. 3-4, p. 71–78. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lamers, Han & Van Rooy, Raf (2021). The Low Countries. In Pontani, Filippomaria & Weise, Stefan (Ed.), The Hellenizing Muse: A European Anthology of Poetry in Ancient Greek from the Renaissance to the Present. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 9783110641233. p. 216–279.
  • Lamers, Han (2021). Der Griechenlandbegriff des Wolfgang Lazius in Wort und Bild: Die Konstruktion des griechischen Raums in den Commentariorum rerum Graecarum libri II (1558). In Donecker, Stefan; Svatek, Petra & Klecker, Elisabeth (Ed.), Wolfgang Lazius (1514-1565): Geschichtsschreibung, Kartographie und Altertumswissenschaft im Wien des 16. Jahrhunderts. Praesens Verlag. ISSN 9783706911177. p. 65–104.
  • Lamers, Han (2020). Afterlife of antiquity: Historical meanderings. Ikon - Journal of the iconographic studies. ISSN 1846-8551. 13, p. 19–34. doi: 10.1484/J.IKON.5.121561.
  • Lamers, Han (2020). What’s in a Name? Naming the ‘Post-Byzantines’ in Renaissance Italy (and Beyond). In Vaiopoulos, Vaios; Deligiannis, Ioannis & Pappas, Vasileios (Ed.), Post-Byzantine Latinitas: Latin in Post-Byzantine Scholarship (15th-19th cent.). Brepols. ISSN 9782503589947. p. 323–343.
  • Lamers, Han; Van Hal, Toon & Clercx, Sebastiaan Godefridus (2020). How To Deal With Scholarly Forgetting in the History of the Humanities: Starting Points for Discussion. History of Humanities. ISSN 2379-3163. doi: 10.1086/707690. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lamers, Han & Constantinidou, Natasha (2019). Receptions of Hellenism in Early Modern Europe. In Lamers, Han & Constantinidou, Natasha (Ed.), Receptions of Hellenism in Early Modern Europe. 15th-17th Centuries. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-34385-6. p. 1–25. doi: 10.1163/9789004402461_002.
  • Bettegazzi, Nicolò; Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2019). Viewing Rome in the Latin Literature of the ventennio fascista Francesco Giammaria's Capitolium novum. Fascism: Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies. ISSN 2211-6249. 8(2), p. 153–178. doi: 10.1163/22116257-00802002. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lamers, Han (2019). Mellom Hellas og Europa: Det forestilte Athen i tidligmoderne tid. Arr - Idéhistorisk tidsskrift. ISSN 0802-7005. 31(1-2), p. 29–37.
  • Lamers, Han (2019). Janus Lascaris’ Florentine Oration and the ‘Reception’ of Ancient Aeolism. In Abbamonte, Giancarlo & Harrison, Stephen (Ed.), Making and Rethinking the Renaissance. Between Greek and Latin in 15th-16th Century Europe. Walter de Gruyter (De Gruyter). ISSN 9783110657838. p. 27–50. Full text in Research Archive
  • Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2018). Voor anker in drijfzand. De obelisk en de Codex van het Mussolini-Forum. Lampas. Tijdschrift voor classici. ISSN 0165-8204. 51(4), p. 375–392.
  • Lamers, Han (2018). Additional Evidence That Poliziano’s Epm. 74 Is Not His. Neulateinisches Jahrbuch. Journal of Neo-Latin Language and Literature. ISSN 1438-213X. 20, p. 574–575.
  • Lamers, Han (2018). Hellenism and Cultural Unease in Italian Humanism: The Case of Francesco Filelfo. In De Keyser, Jeroen & François, Ide (Ed.), Francesco Filelfo, Man of Letters. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-38219-0. p. 22–44. doi: 10.1163/9789004382190_004.
  • Lamers, Han (2018). Constructing Hellenism: Studies on the History of Greek Learning in Early Modern Europe. Introduction. International Journal of the Classical Tradition. ISSN 1073-0508. 25(3), p. 201–215. doi: 10.1007/s12138-018-0467-9.
  • Lamers, Han (2017). Latinizing Mussolini's Message: Nicola Festa's Latin Translation of the 'Proclamation of Empire' (1936/7). International Journal of the Classical Tradition. ISSN 1073-0508. 24(2), p. 198–218. doi: 10.1007/s12138-016-0424-4.
  • Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2016). Lingua Lictoria: The Latin Literature of Italian Fascism. Classical Receptions Journal. ISSN 1759-5134. 8(2), p. 216–252. doi: 10.1093/crj/clv001.
  • Lamers, Han (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. ISSN 0006-1999. 77(2), p. 411–421.
  • Lamers, Han (2015). On Two Poems (Omitted) from the Latin Anthology. Classical Philology. ISSN 0009-837X. 10(4), p. 367–375. doi: 10.1086/683041.
  • Lamers, Han (2015). Pseudo-Classical Phantom Words in Later Latin: The Case of dicatura in Pliny the Elder. Latomus: Revue et collection d'études latines. ISSN 0023-8856. 74(4), p. 1014–1035.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Greek Diaspora and Neo-Latin Literature (15th–17th Centuries). In Bloemendal, Jan; Fantazzi, Charles & Ford, Philip (Ed.), Brill’s Encylopaedia of the Neo-Latin World. Micropaedia. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-26572-1. p. 985–987.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Humanist Centres: Naples. In Bloemendal, Jan; Fantazzi, Charles & Ford, Philip (Ed.), Brill’s Encylopaedia of the Neo-Latin World. Micropaedia. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-26572-1. p. 990–992.
  • Lamers, Han; Reitz-Joosse, Bettina & Sacré, Dirk (2014). Neo-Latin Literature, Italy 3: Fascism (1922-1943) . In Bloemendal, Jan; Fantazzi, Charles & Ford, Philip (Ed.), Brill’s Encylopaedia of the Neo-Latin World. Micropaedia. Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-26572-1. p. 1091 –1096.
  • Lamers, Han & Hylkema, Jacqueline (2014). Between Emblem and Labyrinth: The Many Images of Europe in Art, Literature, and Scholarship, 1500–1800. European Review of History. ISSN 1350-7486. 21(6), p. 789–797. doi: 10.1080/13507486.2014.960818.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Recent Work on Michael Marullus: A Brief Overview with an Updated Bibliography. Neulateinisches Jahrbuch. Journal of Neo-Latin Language and Literature. ISSN 1438-213X. 16, p. 334–343.
  • Lamers, Han (2013). A Reexamination of the Editorship of Festus’ Collectanea (Rome, 1475). Philologus (Berlin). ISSN 0031-7985. 157(2), p. 374–378.
  • Lamers, Han (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. ISSN 0774-2908. 56, p. 127–200.
  • Lamers, Han (2012). The Imperial Diadem of Greece: Giovanni Gemisto’s Strategic Representation of ‘Graecia’ (1516). In Enenkel, Karl A.E.; Laureys, Marc & Pieper, Christoph (Ed.), Discourses of Power: Ideology and Politics in Neo-Latin Literature. Georg Olms Verlag AG. ISSN 9783487148380. p. 65–94. doi: 10.1163/9789004303799_009.
  • Lamers, Han (2012). A Byzantine Poet in Italian Exile: Manilius Cabacius Rallus’ Self-Presentation in the Context of Leo X’s Philhellenism. In Steiner-Weber, Astrid (Eds.), Acta Conventus Neo-Latini Upsaliensis: Proceedings of the Fourteenth International Congress of Neo-Latin Studies . Brill Academic Publishers. ISSN 978-90-04-22743-9. p. 593–604. doi: 10.1163/9789004227439_048.
  • Lamers, Han (2009). Marullo’s Imitations of Catullus in the Context of his Poetical Criticism. In Enenkel, Karl A.E.; De Beer, Susanna & Rijser, David (Ed.), The Neo-Latin Epigram: A Learned and Witty Genre. Leuven University Press. ISSN 9789058677457. p. 191–213.
  • Lamers, Han & Rademaker, Adriaan (2007). Talking about Myself: A Pragmatic Approach to the Use of Aspect Forms in Lysias 12.4-19. Classical Quarterly. ISSN 0009-8388. 57(2), p. 458–476.

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  • Lamers, Han & Bär, Silvio Friedrich (2022). Studia in honorem Vibeke Roggen. Hermes Academic Publishing and Bookshop A/S. ISBN 9788280342126. 564 p.
  • Lamers, Han (2021). The Right Moment. Essays Offered to Barbara Baert, Laureate of the 2016 Francqui Prize in Human Sciences, on the Occasion of the Celebratory Symposium at the Francqui Foundation, Brussels, 18-19 October 2018. In consultation with Han Lamers. Editorial assistance: Stephanie Heremans & Laura Tack. Peeters Publishers. ISBN 9789042946729. 609 p.
  • Lamers, Han; Reitz-Joosse, Bettina & Sanzotta, Valerio (2020). Studies in the Latin Literature and Epigraphy of Italian Fascism. Leuven University Press. ISBN 9789462702073. 380 p.
  • Lamers, Han & Constantinidou, Natasha (2019). Receptions of Hellenism in Early Modern Europe. 15th-17th Centuries. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-90-04-34385-6. 303(303). 562 p.
  • Lamers, Han & de Glas, Nico (2019). Manuel Chrysoloras: Vergelijking tussen het Oude en het Nieuwe Rome. Brief aan de keizer van Byzantium. Ta Grammata. ISBN 978 90 827356 3 5. 80 p.
  • Lamers, Han (2019). Afterlife of Antiquity: Anton Springer (1825-1891) on the Classical Tradition. Peeters Publishers. ISBN 978-90-429-3878-6. 130 p.
  • Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2017). The Codex Fori Mussolini: A Latin Text of Italian Fascism. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781350054868.
  • Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2016). The Codex Fori Mussolini: A Latin Text of Italian Fascism. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781474226950.
  • Lamers, Han (2015). Greece Reinvented: Transformations of Byzantine Hellenism in Renaissance Italy. Brill Academic Publishers. ISBN 978-90-04-30379-9.
  • Lamers, Han & Hylkema, Jacqueline (2014). Between Emblem and Labyrinth: The Many Images of Europe in Art, Literature, and Scholarship, 1500–1800. Routledge. ISBN 0000000000. 21(6).

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  • Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2022). Fascist Latin Texts (FLT).
  • Lamers, Han (2021). Rubens en Herodotus. Frons: Blad voor Leidse classici. 41(2).
  • Lamers, Han; Reitz-Joosse, Bettina; Toebosch, Theo & Toebosch, Theo (2020). Latijnse teksten hielpen Mussolini zijn fascistische gedachtegoed te verankeren. [Newspaper]. NRC Handelsblad.
  • Lamers, Han (2019). [Review of] Michail Chatzidakis, Ciriaco d’Ancona und die Wiederentdeckung Griechenlands im 15. Jahrhundert. Petersberg: Michael Imhof Verlag, 2017. History of Humanities. ISSN 2379-3163. 4(2), p. 481–484.
  • Lamers, Han & Rygg Haanæs, Øystein (2019). Language as a weapon: How Mussolini used Latin to link fascism to the mighty Roman Empire. [Internet]. AlphaGalileo.
  • Lamers, Han & Rygg Haanæs, Øystein (2019). Mussolini brukte latin for å knyte fascismen til det mektige Romarriket. [Internet]. forskning.no.
  • Lamers, Han (2017). Erasmus en Hieronymus Busleyden: één patroonheilige (I-III). In Papy, Jan (Eds.), Erasmus’ droom. Het Leuvense Collegium Trilingue 1517-2017. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-3559-4. p. 65–69.
  • Lamers, Han (2017). Janus Lascaris. In Papy, Jan (Eds.), Erasmus’ droom. Het Leuvense Collegium Trilingue 1517-2017. Peeters Publishers. ISSN 978-90-429-3559-4. p. 265–267.
  • Lamers, Han (2017). Wil de echte Griek opstaan? Verwantschap en vereenzelviging met de oude Grieken in vroegmodern Europa. Tetradio: Tijdschrift van het Griekenlandcentrum. ISSN 0779-1933. 26, p. 101–129.
  • Wysling, Andres; Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2016). Mussolinis Botschaft an künftige Geschlechter. [Newspaper]. Neue Zürcher Zeitung.
  • Müller-Meiningen, Julius & Lamers, Han (2016). Mussolinis mysteriöse Botschaft . [Newspaper]. Wiener Zeitung.
  • Gholami, Najieh & Lamers, Han (2016). پیام موسولینی به آیندگان 'کشف' شد. [TV]. BBC Persian Television.
  • Lamers, Han (2016). Op zoek naar Utopia. OKV - Openbaar Kunstbezit Vlaanderen. ISSN 1373-4873. 54(5), p. 1–40.
  • Branford, Becky; Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2016). Mussolini Message to Future Revealed Under Rome Obelisk. [Internet]. BBC World News.
  • Lamers, Han (2015). Review of Christopher Wright, The Gattilusio Lordships and the Aegean World, 1355–1462. Leiden: Brill, 2014. Byzantion. ISSN 0378-2506. 85.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Review of Amy Knight Powell, Depositions: Scenes from the Late Medieval Church and the Modern Museum. New York : Zone Books, 2012. Renaissance Quarterly. ISSN 0034-4338. 67(1), p. 210–212.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Review of Bessarion Scholasticus: A Study of Cardinal Bessarion’s Latin Library. Turnhout: Brepols, 2011. De Gulden Passer. Journal for Book History. 92(2), p. 230–230.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Review of Antonino De Francesco, The Antiquity of the Italian Nation: The Cultural Origins of a Political Myth in Modern Italy, 1796-1943. The Classical Review. ISSN 0009-840X. p. 1–3.
  • Lamers, Han & Reitz-Joosse, Bettina (2014). Fascisme in de taal van Augustus. De Latijnse literatuur van het ventennio fascista (1922-1943). Roma Aeterna. ISSN 2352-6351. 2(1), p. 63–72.
  • Lamers, Han (2014). Wie weet waar Griekenland lag? De territoriale verankering van het Hellenisme in de vroege zestiende eeuw. Tetradio: Tijdschrift van het Griekenlandcentrum. ISSN 0779-1933. 23, p. 101–125.
  • Lamers, Han & Van Hal, Toon (2013). Oude taal, nieuwe taalkunde. Een kennismaking met de tekstorganiserende functie van woordvolgorde en aspect in het Grieks. Kleio: Tijdschrift voor Oude Talen en Antieke Cultuur. 43(3), p. 98–116.
  • Lamers, Han (2011). Review of Stefano Martinelli Tempesta, Platonis Euthyphron Francisco Philelfo interprete, Lysis Petro Candido Decembrio interprete. Florence: Sismel, 2009. Renaissance Quarterly. ISSN 0034-4338. 64(1), p. 160–161.

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