I have a question. Given how Latin had been marked for hundreds of years as the language of Science and Knowledge, I have become curious to know if there is ANY scientific journal or group that still publish articles in Latin. Does anyone know anything about that?
Finnish national radio has had a weekly news broadcast in Latin since the eighties: Nuntii Latini.
The Pontifical Academy of Latin also publishes a journal (Latinitas), but I’ve yet to get my hands on an issue, so I don’t know the ratio of Italian to Latin content.
As for Latin journals specifically for the natural sciences, I am not aware of any and I doubt they exist, as science students are barely educated in the humanities these days, let alone the Latin language (which I say having completed an undergraduate degree in science). It is not a language in which the majority of the scientific community could meaningfully communicate these days.
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As I mentioned in another thread, there is in fact an all-Latin academic journal published in Belgium, Melissa. So far as I am aware, it is published bimonthly. It isn’t a fancy four-color journal, or one which is very thick, but it is illustrated and continues to be published entirely in Latin. One of my students purchased a gift subscription for me, and earlier I subscribed on my own. The editors are very well known European Latinists, Gaius Licoppe and Francisca Deraedt, and the articles are written by a number of fine Latinists, some of whom are in the Grex Latiné Loquentium, the all-Latin mailing list I mentioned elsewhere.