Current Year Courses

2014-2014 Courses in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies

 

FALL 2014

The following courses may be of interest to Renaissance and Early Modern Studies concentrators. Please see the sponsoring department for the time and location of each course.

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

COLT 0710I (first-year seminar) - Worlds: Reading Spaces and Places in Colonial Latin America, S. Merrim

 

ENGLISH

ENGL 1311K - Hamlet, in Theory, R. Rambuss

ENGL 2561J - Satire and Irony, M. Rabb

 

HISPANIC STUDIES

HISP 2160G - Don Quixote: Contexts and Constructions, L.Bass

 

HISTORY

HIST 0971N (first-year seminar) - Warriors, Lovers, and Saints: The Middle Eastern Story-Cycle in Historical Context, P. Brummett

HIST 1490 - History of Medicine I: Medical Traditions in the Old World before 1700, H. Cook

HIST 1553 - Slavery in the Early Modern World, A. Teller

HIST 1978L - Age of Impostors: Fraud, Identification, and the Self in Early Modern Europe, T. Nummedal

 

ITALIAN

ITAL 1580 - Word, Image and Power in Renaissance Italy, C. Castiglione and
E. Lincoln

 

SPRING 2015

 

CLASSICS

LATN 1120F – Renaissance Latin Poetry, J. Reed

 

ENGLISH

ENGL 0300J - Altered States, R. Rambuss
 

ENGL 0310A - Shakespeare, K. Newman
 

NGL1361E - Coffeehouse Culture, M. Rabb

 

FRENCH STUDIES

FREN 2130 - Queering the Grand Siècle, L. Seifert

 

HISTORY

HIST 0150B - The Philosopher’s Stone: Alchemy From Antiquity to Harry Potter, T. Nummedal
 

HIST 1979G - Descartes' World, H. Cook

 

HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE

HIAA 0620 - The Age of Rubens and Rembrandt: Visual Culture of the Netherlands in the Seventeenth Century, J. Muller
 

HIAA 1150C - El Greco and Velazquéz: Historical Perspectives, Modern Reception, L. Bass
 

HIAA 1600I - Collections and Visual Knowledge in Early Modern Europe: 1400-1800,  J. Muller