Undergraduate Corbet Assistant Rare Book Presentations
Every year the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies offers Assistantships to three undergraduate students with a demonstrated interest in early modern studies at the University of Toronto. In addition to working at the CRRS library, this opportunity allows undergraduate students to participate and engage with the scholarly community around the CRRS. One of the primary goals of this assistantship is to facilitate student and faculty interaction, and also to promote student exploration of our rare book collection.
At the close of the academic year, each Corbet Assistant presents their research on an item from the Centre's rare book collection. This exhibit showcases the most recent (2014-2016) presentations and research by our Corbet Assistants.
The Corbet Assistantships are graciously funded by Stephanie Corbet whose generous and continual sponsorship has supported the work and research of these exceptional students.
For more on the Corbet Undergraduate Research Assistantships please visit https://crrs.ca/academic/undergraduate/