Making Knowledge Visible: An Exhibition of Rare Books from the CRRS Collection

The Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies is pleased to present an exhibition of rare books in honour of Scientiae 2015:

Making Knowledge Visible
An Exhibition of Rare Books from the CRRS Collection

May 27 – June 10. Entrance Foyer, E. J. Pratt Library

This exhibition will showcase a selection of rare books in the CRRS collections that reveal the many and varied ways early modern thinkers investigated, understood, and depicted the world. Inspired by Scientiae’s mandate, our selections cut across disciplinary boundaries and include works of cosmology, astronomy, and astrology; geometry, architecture, and technology; alchemy, medicine, and natural history. Curated by John Christopoulos, CRRS Fellow.

 

For further details, please see the Scientiae 2015 webpage.

 

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