Tag Archives: Renaissance
Margaret L. King discusses why the Renaissance holds so much interest today and why studying it is important.
Editor Margaret McGlynn provides some background on the Reformation, as well as the principles that guided the editing of her fantastic new collection.
Today, the second day of Congress 2010, dawned cloudy with a little rain following a sunny Friday at Concordia University in Montreal. After arriving on Thursday to set up the booth, the book fair for Congress 2010 opened its doors Friday morning, and despite the cloudy weather today, conference attendees are browsing the variety of books that the publishers have set out for display.