Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 4, No. 643. Friday, 8 October 1993.
From: Hardy M. Cook <
Date: Friday, October 8, 1993
Subject: Two Announcments: CRRS and ExLibris
I thought the following two annoucement may be of interest to some
From FICINO Discussion - Renaissance and Reformation Studies:
The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies in Victoria College
at the University of Toronto sponsors lectures and seminars throughout
the year which may be of interest to subscribers to FICINO. On
Tuesday October 19, 1993, Professor Charles Nauert (History,
University of Missouri) will present the Centre's twenty-ninth annual
Erasmus lecture: "Refashioning the Universities: Renaissance and
Reformation". Professor Nauert is the author of The Age of
Renaissance and Reformation (1981) and Agrippa and the Crisis of
Renaissance Thought (1965). The talk will be held in Alumni Hall,
Victoria College, at 4:00 pm.
CHANGE: ExLibris - Rare books and Special Collections List
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