SSL Certificate

Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies

Victoria University in the University of Toronto


CRRS Fellows

Dr. Marvin Lee Anderson (University of Toronto, History)

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

Dr. Meredith Beales (Washington University in St. Louis, English)

“Imagining British Antiquity on the Early Modern London Stage”

Dr. Kenneth Borris (McGill, English)

Spenser and Early Modern Literary Platonism”

Dr. Filomena Calabrese

Nature’s Way: The Making of Moral Laws from Alberti’s Centum apologi to Leonardo’s Favole”

Dr. Trevor Cook (Trent, English)

“Collaborative Authorship in Early Modern England”

Dr. Meredith Donaldson Clark

Monumentality and the Writing of Nationhood in Early Modern England”

Daniel K. Donnelly (McGill, Musicology)

“The Parodist’s Toolbox: Modular Manipulation in Text and Music”

Dr. Anna Maria Grossi (University of Toronto)

“The Canzoniere of Leone Orsini (1512-64), Paris, BN, MS Italien 1535″

Dr. Peter Hughes

Translation and analysis of: Michael Servetus, De Trinitatis erroribus (1531); Servetus, Christianismi restitutio (1553); Sozzini, Brevis explicatio (c. 1560)

Dr. Bronwyn Johnston (University of Oxford, Faculty of English)

“The Devil in the Detail: Demons and Demonology on the Early Modern English Stage”

Dr. Rosalind Kerr (Emeritus, Alberta, Drama)

A translated and edited edition of Scala’s Il finto marito (1618)

Dr. Hyun-Ah Kim (Trinity College, University of Toronto)

Musica Humana: Singing in Renaissance Platonism”

Dr. Milton Kooistra (Redeemer University College, History)

“The Correspondence of Wolfgang Capito, Volume 4 (1536-1541)”

Dr. David Lawrence (Glendon College, York U, History)

“Urban Militarism and Civic Military Performance in Provincial English Towns, 1620-1642”

Dr. Joanna Ludwikowska (Adam Mickiewicz University, English)

“Crime and Punishment: Aspects of Otherness and traces of late medieval religiosity in the literature of seventeenth century Puritan communities in England and America”

Dr. Nicole Lyon (University of Cincinnati, History)

“Changing Time(s): Perceiving and Experiencing the Calendar Year in Early Modern Germany”

Dr. Dennis Ngien (Tyndale University College and Seminary & Wycliffe College, University of Toronto, Systematic Theology & Theology)

The Art of Faith: Learning to Know Christ Aright in John’s Gospel, Luther’s ‘Chief’ Gospel

Dr. Richard Raiswell (University of Prince Edward Island, History)

The Devil in the Middle Ages: A Reader

Dr. Dylan Reid (University of Toronto)

“Literary Associations and Civic Corporate Culture in Medieval and Early Modern Europe”

Dr. Sarah Rolfe Prodan (University of Toronto)

“Michelangelo and the Bible”

Dr. Luke Roman (Memorial University, Classics)

“Humanist Topographies: Villas, Gardens, and Landscape in Latin Poetry of the Italian Renaissance (1460-1530)”

Dr. Anne-Marie Sorrenti

“Public and Private in the Writings of Leon Battista Alberti”

Dr. Rolf Strom-Olsen (IE Business School in Madrid, Centre for Humanities)

“Narrative, Spectacle and Politics in Late Medieval Burgundy”

Dr. Barbara Swanson (Dalhousie University, Fountain School of Performing Arts)

“Painting and the Concerto delle donne: Female Vocal Virtuosity in Early Modern Italian Art”

Distinguished Senior Fellows

James Carscallen (Emeritus, Toronto, English)
Edmund Spenser and Seventeenth-Century Devotional Poetry

James Estes (Emeritus, Toronto, History)
Church and state in the thought of the German Reformers; the correspondence of Erasmus

F. David Hoeniger (Emeritus, Toronto, English)
Sixteenth-century drama and poetry; early printed herbals

John McClelland (Emeritus, Toronto, French)
Roman, Medieval, and Renaissance Sport; Rabelais and Montaigne; Rhetorical and Textual Criticism.

Germaine Warkentin (Emeritus, Toronto, English)
Petrarch; the Sidney family 1552-1743; book history 1300-1800; Canada before 1759