CRRS Fellows

Dr. David Adkins (Northwest Nazarene University)

“Christ’s Descent to Hell in Milton, the Spenserians, and Reformation Theology”

Dr. Marvin Anderson (CRRS Fellow)

“Exile, Expulsion, and Religious Refugees in the Early Modern Era”

Dr. Stephanie Azzarello (Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz — Max-Planck-Institut)

“Stranger as Mirror: Art and Intercultural Dynamics in Early Modern Florence”

Dr. William Barker (University of King’s College)

“Gifts and Books of Erasmus”

Prof. Brian Bitar

“Hobbes’s Psychology and the Origins of the Modern Concept of Power”

Prof. Kenneth Borris (McGill University)

“Spenser, Sidney, and Early Modern Verbal-Visual Poetics”

Dr. Tiffany Hoffman (CRRS Fellow)

“Performing Shyness: Religion, Masculinity, and Emotion on the Shakespearean Stage”

Dr. Peter Hughes (CRRS Fellow)

“Michael Servetus: Biography and Translation of His Works”

Prof. Neil Kenney (All Souls College, Oxford)

“The Relation of Literature and Learning to Social Hierarchy in Early Modern France”

Prof. Rosalind Kerr (Drama University of Alberta [Emeritus])

“The Early commedia dell’arte Divas and the ‘doppio teatro'”

Dr. David Lawrence (Glendon College, York University)

“England’s Merchant Soldiers: Civic Militarism and Martial Performance on the Eve of the Civil War”

Dr. Vanessa McCarthy (University of Toronto, Scarborough)

“Masculine Honour, Male Clients, and Prostitution in Early Modern Bologna”

Dr. Joshua McEvilla (University of Toronto)

“Cotgrave in Copies: Reading the Readers of John Cotgrave’s The English Treasury of Wit and Language (1655)”

Dr. Bernice Mittertreiner Neal (York University)

“Early English Riot Girls: Dancing in the Archives”

Dr. Richard Raiswell (University of PEI)

“The Devil in Nature”

Dylan Reid (CRRS)

“Perceptions of Cities in Early Modern Europe”

Dr. Joel Rodgers (University of Toronto)

“Framed into Corporations: Early Modern English Literature and the Politics of Company”

Dr. Julia Rombough (Cape Breton University)

“Soundscapes and Silences: Women’s Institutions and Sensory Regulation in Early Modern Florence”

Dr. Rachel F. Stapleton (Victoria College, University of Toronto)

“The Humanist Letters of Luisa Sigea”

James Thomas (Dominican University College)

“How Eternity Changed”

Dr. Lauren Weindling (Ryerson University)

“Thicker Than Water: Blood and Affinity in Early Modern Drama”

Dr. Jude Welburn (University of Toronto)

“The Bounds of Human Empire: Paradise and Utopia in Early Modern England”

Prof. Deanne Williams (York University)

“Girl Culture: Medieval to Renaissance”

Dr. Noa Yaari (York University)

“Image-Text Relationships at the CRRS Library”