Centre for the Study of the Renaissance
Warwick's Centre for the Study of the Renaissance is an autonomous, internationally-recognized centre of the University supported by the Arts Faculty. It advances – through research, teaching, and outreach – the study of the period stretching from the fourteenth to the seventeenth century, at Warwick and beyond. It explores Renaissance Studies in a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary way and within a context of international collaboration, promoting activities that intersect with the work of medievalists and early modernists.
Degrees and programmes
Areas of expertise
CSR book series: Warwick Studies in Renaissance Thought and Culture
Research skills training in palaeography and Latin for research
The CSR organizes special study days – and, subject to demand, longer courses – for the community. See our past events and look out for events in 2023.
You can also find out more about our online provision in palaeography and Latin for research.
Our online reading group (currently on Montaigne) is open to all.
We have close links with the following organisations:
ICLS ~ The International Courtly Literature Society (British Branch)
FISIER ~ International Federation of Societies & Institutes for the Study of the Renaissance
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Newberry Library including funding opportunities (travel) and various fellowships
SEFR ~ Society for European Festivals Research
SNLS ~ Society for Neo-Latin Studies