Undergraduate

 

Undergraduate Concentrations

Brown’s Program in Medieval Studies currently offers two concentrations: Medieval Cultures and Late Antique Cultures. A concentration in medieval cultures focuses on the sixth through the fifteenth centuries and combines interdisciplinary perspectives on this period with in-depth study of one or two related disciplines. Late antique cultures deals with the third through the ninth centuries, when ancient cultural forms were still in place but medieval cultures were beginning to take shape simultaneously.

Congratulations to Vhalla Otarod, Eleanor Walsh and Gabriella Reyes who are finishing with honors in Medieval Cultures this year. 

Vhalla Otarod's Thesis PresentationVhalla Otarod's Thesis Presentation

Noblewoman's Houppelande made by Gaby ReyesNoblewoman's Houppelande made by Gaby Reyes

Merchant Wife's Gown Made by Gaby ReyesMerchant Wife's Gown Made by Gaby Reyes

Eleanor Walsh's Thesis PresentationEleanor Walsh's Thesis Presentation

Vhalla Otarod and the Medieval Studies FacultyVhalla Otarod and the Medieval Studies Faculty