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Renaissance Studies

 Key electronic resources

Key electronic resources for Renaissance Studies.

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Artamène ou le Grand Cyrus 
Online access to the full text of this novel by Madeleine de Scudéry.

The Boke named The Governour
Full text of this literary work by Sir Thomas Elyot.

Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies, Toronto
The CRRS is a research and teaching centre with a library devoted to the study of the period.

Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Access to information and resources for
medieval and renaissance studies.

Edmund Spenser
Access to a collection of online texts by
Edmund Spenser.

Fédération Internationale des Sociétés
et Instituts d'Etudes de la Renaissance
Information and resources from FISIER.

Union First-line index of English verse
Database of the first lines of manuscript verse C13 - C19 held by institutions in the US and UK.

Gallica: la bibliothèque numérique
Access French resources about Medieval and Renaissance history and literature.

Istituto Nazionale di Studi sul Rinascimento
Further information about this research centre for Renaissance Studies and related information.

Les bibliothèques virtuelles humanistes
Access to French humanist texts. Texts are also available in other languages.

The Material Renaissance
Access to information and resources about costs and consumption in Italy 1300-1650.

The Newberry Library
Access to internationally renowned collections in the late medieval and early modern periods.

The Online Tratte of office-holders 
Online database with information about office holders of the Florentine Republic 1282-1532.

Renascence Editions
An online repository of works printed in English between 1477 and 1799.

Renaissance festival books
Online access to 253 digitised Renaissance festival books.

Renaissance Society of America
Access to news, resources and information.

Seventeenth Century Women Poets
Online access to biographical and bibliographical information on particular poets, selected poems, and articles from electronic journals.

Sixteenth Century Renaissance English
literature 1485-1603
Access to sixteenth century literary resources.

Villa I Tatti
Produced by Harvard University. Access to the Villa I Tatti website and to I Tatti Studies.

Arizona Center for Medieval and
Renaissance Studies

Centre d'Etudes Supérieures de la
Renaissance
Further information about this research centre.

The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy
Full text of 'The Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy' by Jacob Burckhardt.

Early Modern Women Writers
Information about early modern women writers.

EuroDocs
Access to primary European primary historical documents.

Festival culture online
Online access to seventeenth century German imprints of Baroque festival culture.

H-France
News, conference details and discussion lists for Renaissance Studies.

Les antiquités de Rome (1558)
Online access to the full text of 'Les Antiquities de Rome' by Joachim du Bellay.

Rabelais’ Pantagruel, A Lyon (1564)
Full text of this work by Francois Rabelais.

The Online Catasto of 1427
Searchable database of tax information for the city of Florence in 1427-29.

Orbis Latinus
Online index and information about Latin
place names.

Renaissance Electronic Texts
Digitised early renaissance texts compiled by the University of Toronto.

Renaissance materials
Primary and secondary sources in early modern English literature from the Perseus Digital Library.

Republics of Letters
Peer-reviewed freely accessible e-journal.

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference
Access to articles, papers and websites related to the sixteenth century.

Tiers livre (1546)
Full text of 'Tiers Livre' written by François Rabelais.

Warburg Institute Library digital collection
Access to full-text digital books in medieval and renaissance studies from the Warburg Institute.

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