Society for Renaissance Studies

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The Society for Renaissance Studies is an academic society whose aim is to provide a forum for all those interested in studying the Renaissance. It pursues this though various meetings and publications and providing this and other support for interdisciplinary teaching and research. The society was formed in 1967 with a founding general meeting being held at the Institute of Historical Research. This meeting was chaired by the noted art historian Ernst Gombrich and amongst those participating was Kenneth Clark.[1]

Its major publication is Renaissance Studies (ISSN 026-1213).[2]


The past and current chairs of the society include the following:[3]


  1. ^ The Society for Renaissance Studies (Accessed March 2011)
  2. ^ SRS Publications: Renaissance Studies (accessed March 2011)
  3. ^ The Society for Renaissance Studies: History (accessed March 2011)

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