Current Year Courses

COURSES ON MEDIEVAL TOPICS 2018-2019

 

Fall 2018


CLASSICS
CLAS 1120G - The Idea of Self, J. Pucci
LATN 1110F - Fortunatus, J. Pucci

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE
COLT 0510K - The 1001 Nights, E. Muhanna 

ENGLISH
ENGL 0150C - The Medieval King Arthur, E. Bryan
ENGL 0310F - Prose Sagas of the Medieval North, L. Jacobs
ENGL 1310V - Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales, E. Bryan

HISPANIC STUDIES
HISP 0750E - Topics in Hispanic Culture and Civilization, M. Vaquero

HISTORY
HIST 1963Q - Sex, Power, God: A Medieval Perspective, A. Remensnyder
HIST 2971I - New Perspectives on Medieval History, J. Conant

ITALIAN STUDIES
ITAL 1010 - Dante in English Translation: Dante’s World and the Invention of Modernity, R. Martinez

 

Spring 2018

 

MEDIEVAL STIUDIES
MDVL 0360 – Cities: Medieval Perspectives, M. Vaquero

CLASSICS
LATN 1110H - Literature at the Court of Charlemagne, J. Pucci

ENGLISH
ENGL 0300F - Beowulf to Aphra Behn: The Earliest British Literatures, E. Bryan
ENGL 1311E - History of the English Language, L. Jacobs
ENGL 1361J – Seminar in Old Norse-Icelandic Language and Literature, L. Jacobs
ENGL 1900Y - Medieval Manuscript Studies, E. Bryan

HISPANIC STUDIES
HISP 0750E - Topics in Hispanic Culture and Civilization, M. Vaquero 

HISTORY
HIST 0980G - The Search for King Arthur, J. Conant
HIST 1211 - Crusaders and Cathedrals, Deviants and Dominance: Europe in the High Middle Ages, A. Remensnyder
HIST 1835A - Unearthing the Body: History, Biology and Archaeology at the End of Antiquity, J. Conant

HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE
HIAA 1440E – The Body in Medieval Art, S. Bonde