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Bartlett, Kenneth Ph.D. Toronto
Professor, St. George Campus
(416) 585-4590

Office: VC 202
Field: Anglo-Italian relations in the sixteenth century

Professor Bartlett's research interests are the relations between England and Italy in the Renaissance.  He is the author of The Civilization of the Italian Renaissance (1992), The English in Italy 1525-1558: A Study in Culture and Politics (1991) and co-editor of Humanism and the Northern Renaissance (2000) and co-translator of Giovanni Della Casa's Galateo (3rd edition 1994).  He was editor of Renaissance and Reformation/Renaissance et Réforme from 1985-1990; President of the Canadian Society for Renaissance Studies from 1982-1984; Acting Director of the Graduate Program in Museum Studies in 1992-1993 and Founding Director of the University Art Centre 1998.  In 1993 he received the Victoria University Excellence in Teaching Award, in 2000 and 2007 the SAC/APUS Teaching Award, the Faculty of Arts and Science Outstanding Teaching Award in 2003, the National 3M Teaching Fellowship in 2005, and in 2006 was awarded one of the first University of Toronto President’s Teaching Awards.