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Victoria University (Toronto Ont.). Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies
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- Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies
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In 1964, the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies (CRRS) was established by the Board of Regents to be: a research institute dedicated to the Renaissance and Reformation while having the Andrew James Bell Erasmus collection at its core, and; to develop a broader collection of reference works, texts, and bibliographical material for the period of ca. 1500-1700. The CRRS was co-publisher of the journal Renaissance and Reformation, it later began publishing the journals Early Theatre and Confraternitas, as well as five lines of books.
In 2020 the CRRS slightly altered their name to the Centre for Renaissance and Reformation Studies.
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Victoria University Archives
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Dates of creation, revision and deletion
Revised by JT: Dec 18 2020 - Name change documented.