Canada Milton Seminar XVI


Andrew Brown (Dalhousie U.)
Stephen Dobranski (Georgia State U.)
Angelica Duran (Purdue U.)
David Kastan (Yale U.)
Russ Leo (Princeton U.)
Lynne Magnusson (U. of Toronto)
Eric Song (Swarthmore College)
Katherine Williams (U. of Toronto)


John Rogers (U. of Toronto)

Masking policy. There will be an expectation that speakers, if they choose, may speak unmasked, while those of us sitting in the audience will wear face-coverings. When we’re gathering socially, as at dinner, or at a coffee break or lunch, we can judiciously remove our masks. There will be outdoor seating available around Victoria College for the coffee and lunch breaks, as well as for Friday’s reception.

The Canada Milton Seminar XVI is a gathering of international scholars, presented by the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies with the Department of English and the Canada Research Chair Program. This year’s CMS will be meeting in-person in Toronto, Canada.

Click here for a poster containing key information about CMS XVI, available for download to view and share.

Travel notes

Click here to visit our page on accommodations and restaurants in the Victoria College area, or download a printable map here.

Please note that the closing reception will be held at Massey College (map).

Parking is available at a variety of locations in the city around Victoria College. See Impark Lot #93, or browse other lots nearby here.

If driving to the conference on Saturday, note that St. George St. will be closed from College St. to Harbord St. for a separate University event.

May 27-28, 2022
Old Victoria College
Toronto, ON (map)


Saturday afternoon’s concurrent sessions were recorded. Conference attendees will have received passcodes by e-mail, and can access recordings until 27 June 2022.


John Rogers, University of Toronto
Natalie Oeltjen, CRRS