The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) at Victoria University in the University of Toronto is a research and teaching centre. The CRRS is a library devoted to the study of the period from approximately 1350 to 1700; supervises an undergraduate program in Renaissance Studies; organizes lectures and seminars; and maintains an active series […]
New at CRRS
Call for Papers: Spaces of Making and Thinking (link to PDF: RSACFP) In the early modern period, conventional spaces enabled and limited a wide range of enterprises that required processes of thinking and making, including religious reflection, political theorizing, military engineering, medicinal intervention, scientific inquiry, literary composition, musical performance, artisanal production, business practices, and household […]
Commemoration and Oblivion in Royalist Print Culture, 1658-1667 (Comments Off on Commemoration and Oblivion in Royalist Print Culture, 1658-1667)
This book explores the measures taken by the newly re-installed monarchy and its supporters to address the drastic events of the previous two decades. Profoundly preoccupied with – and, indeed, anxious about – the uses and representations of the nation’s recent troubled past, the returning royalist regime heavily relied upon the dissemination, in popular print, […]
- Movements and Migrations around the Centre
- Available again: Pere Torrellas and Juan de Flores, Three Spanish Querelle Texts: Grisel and Mirabella, The Slander against Women, and The Defense of Ladies against Slanderers.
- New Publication: Rituals of Politics and Culture in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honour of Edward Muir
- Holinshed’s Chronicle of England, Scotland and Ireland, 1577
- Professor James Andrew Carscallen (1934 – 2016)
- Call for Papers: CRRS Panels at RSA 2017
- CRRS Congratulates Dr. Colin Rose!
- CRRS @ RSA
6/09/16 •New Publication: Rituals of Politics and Culture in Early Modern Europe: Essays in Honour of Edward Muir
1/07/16 •New Publication: Crusade Propaganda in Word and Image in Early Modern Italy: Niccolò Guidalottos’ Panorama of Constantinople (1662)
11/21/14 •Collaboration, Conflict, and Continuity in the Reformation. Essays in Honour of James M. Estes on His Eightieth Birthday