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Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies
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CA ON00357 2064-4
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1.77 m of textual records
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In 1976, the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies/Société canadienne d'études de la Renaissance was founded by an informal group of Francophone Canadian scholars called Les Seiziémistes, the Centre d'études de la renaissance in Sherbrooke, and the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies in Toronto. The CSRS is a bilingual, interdisciplinary society dedicated to the study of the Renaissance; it was formally recognized as a learned society in 1976.
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Series consists of records of the Seiziémistes Canadiens meetings ; the CSRS Annual General Meetings and executive meetings including minutes and agendas ; the Canadian Federation for the Humanities records ; CSRS newsletters and bulletins ; financial records ; records from the annual conference ; membership records ; correspondence ; directories ; records of the Secretary-Treasurer and the President, as well as other Renaissance associations' records.
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These records were received directly from the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies.
The records sent under accession 2015.09V are organized by year. The files contain the record types described above as well as copies of the Constitution (2000 and 2015), a history of the society published in Renaissance and Reformation and records from awards events.