Current Year Courses

2016-2017 Courses in Renaissance and Early Modern Studies 

 

FALL 2016

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.

RENAISSANCE STUDIES
REMS 1580 (ITAL 1580) - Word, Image, and Power in Renaissance Italy, 
E. Lincoln

CLASSICS
CLAS 1120G - Reading Humanist Latin Texts, A. Laird
CLAS 1120X - Ovid: Metamorphoses, J. Reed

ENGLISH
ENGL 1310A - "Firing the Canon": Early Modern Women’s Writing, M. Rabb
ENGL 0310E - Shakespeare, the Screenplays, R. Rambuss
ENGL 1360Z - Shakespeare and Embodiment, K. Newman

FRENCH STUDIES
FREN 2130E - Corps et esprits libertins, L. Seifert

HISPANIC STUDIES
HISP 2520 - Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz in Her Literary Context, S. Merrim
HISP 2160P - The Invention of the Novel: Fiction and Society in Renaissance Spain, 
D. Boruchoff

HISTORY
HIST 1266C - English History, 1529-1660, T. Harris
HIST 1825H - Science, Medicine, and Technology in the 17th Century, H. Cook
HIST 1964G - Spin, Terror and Revolution, T. Harris

 PORTUGUESE AND BRAZILIAN STUDIES
POBS 0910 - On the Dawn of Modernity, Freshman Seminar, O. Almeida

 

SPRING 2017

 ENGLISH
ENGL2360S - Alternative Miltons, R. Rambuss

FRENCH STUDIES
FREN 1040C - Le Grand Siècle à l'écran, L. Seifert

HISTORY
HIST 1266D - British History, 1660-1800, T. Harris
HIST 1825H - Science, Medicine, and Technology in the 17th Century, H. Cook

HISTORY OF ART AND ARCHITECTURE
HIAA 0550C - Dreaming of Food, E. Lincoln