6: College of Arts and Sciences

General Information | Academic Information | Departments and Programs | Faculty

Afro-American and African Studies | Anthropology | Archaeology | Art | Asian and Middle Eastern
Asian Studies | Astronomy | Biology | Chemistry | Classics | Cognitive Science | Comparative Literature
Drama | Economics | English | Environmental Sciences | French | German | Government and Foreign Affairs
History | Latin American Studies | Linguistics | Mathematics | Medieval Studies
Middle East Studies | Music | Personal Skills | Philosophy | Physics | Political and Social Thought
Psychology | Religious Studies | Service Physical Education | Slavic | Sociology
Spanish, Italian, and Portuguese | Statistics | University Seminars | Women's Studies

Course Descriptions

MSP 308 - (3) (Y)
Colloquium in Medieval Studies

Discussion and criticism of selected works of and on the period. Taught by different members of the medieval faculty.

MSP 480 - (3) (Y)
Seminar in Medieval Studies

A course for advanced students dealing with methods of research in the field. Taught by different members of the medieval faculty.

Basic Courses

AR H 101 - (3) (Y)
Ancient and Medieval Architecture

ARTH 221 - (3) (Y)
Early Christian and Byzantine Art

ARTH 222 - (3) (Y)
Medieval Art in Western Europe

ARTH 231 - (3) (Y)
Italian Renaissance Art

CLAS 202 - (3) (Y)
Roman Civilization

HIEU 206 - (3) (Y)
The Birth of Europe

HIEU 211 - (3) (Y)
England to 1688

HIME 201 - (3) (Y)
History of the Islamic Middle East, 570-1300

HISA 202 - (3) (IR)
History and Civilization of Medieval India

ITTR 226 - (3) (S)
Dante in Translation

ITTR 227 - (3) (IR)
Petrarch in Translation

ITTR 228 - (3) (E)
Boccaccio in Translation

PHIL 111 - (3) (Y)
Ancient and Medieval Philosophy

RELC 205, 206 - (3) (Y)
History of Christianity

RELC 233 - (3) (E)
Christian Social and Political Thought I

RELC 246 - (3) (Y)
Aspects of Catholic Tradition

RELI 207 - (3) (Y)
Classical Islam

Advanced Courses

ARTH 316 - (3) (IR)
Roman Architecture

ARTH 333 - (3) (IR)
Renaissance Art and Literature

ARTH 516 - (3) (IR)
Roman Architecture

ARTH 518 - (3) (IR)
Roman Imperial Art and Architecture I

ARTH 519 - (3) (IR)
Roman Imperial Art and Architecture II

ARTH 522 - (3) (IR)
Byzantine Art

ARTH 533 - (3) (IR)
Italian Fifteenth Century Painting I

ARTH 537 - (3) (IR)
Italian Renaissance Sculpture I

ARTH 541 - (3) (IR)
Northern Art of the Fifteenth Century

CLAS 314 - (3) (E)
Age of Augustine

ENMD 311, 312 - (3) (Y)
Medieval European Literature in Translation

ENMD 325, 326 - (3) (Y)
Chaucer I, II

ENMD 481, 482 - (3) (Y)
Advanced Studies in Medieval Literature I, II

ENMD 501 - (3) (Y)
Introduction to Old English

ENMD 505, 506 - (3) (IR)
Old Icelandic

ENMD 520 - (3) (Y)
Beowulf

FREN 341 - (3) (Y)
Literature of the Middle Ages and 16th Century

FREN 401 - (3) (Y)
Literature of the Middle Ages

FREN 402 - (3) (IR)
Renaissance Literature

FREN 508 - (3) (SI)
Introduction to Reading Old French

FREN 509 - (3) (SI)
Introduction to Old Provencal Language and Literature

FREN 510 - (3) (Y)
Medieval Literature in Modern French

FREN 520, 521 - (3) (Y)
Literature of the 16th Century

GERM 510 - (3) (IR)
Middle High German

GERM 512 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Lyric Poetry

GERM 514 - (3) (IR)
Arthurian Romance

GFPT 301 - (3) (Y)
Ancient and Medieval Political Thought

HIEU 311 - (3) (IR)
Early Medieval Civilization

HIEU 312 - (3) (IR)
Later Medieval Civilization

HIEU 313 - (3) (E)
The World of Charlemagne

HIEU 314 - (3) (IR)
Anglo-Saxon England

HIEU 315 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Iberia

HIEU 316 - (3) (IR)
Byzantine Civilization

HIEU 317 - (3) (IR)
Eastern Christianity

HIEU 318 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Christianity

HIEU 321 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Italy

HIEU 322 - (3) (IR)
Renaissance Culture

HIEU 323 - (3) (IR)
Age of Reformation: 1450-1650

HIEU 324 - (3) (IR)
The Religious Reformation

HIEU 328 - (3) (IR)
Tudor England

HIEU 332 - (3) (IR)
Scientific Revolution

HIEU 379 - (3) (IR)
History of Russia to 1700

HIEU 505 - (3) (IR)
History of the Roman Empire

HIEU 506 - (3) (IR)
Roman Imperialism

HIEU 510 - (3) (IR)
Early Christian Thought

HIEU 511 - (3) (O)
Medieval England: 1042-1216

HIEU 512 - (3) (O)
Medieval England: 1216-1399

HIEU 513 - (3) (IR)
Medieval France

HIEU 516 - (3) (E)
The Medieval Church

HIEU 517 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Society

HIEU 518 - (3) (IR)
Historians in the Middle Ages

HIEU 519 - (3) (IR)
War and Society in the Middle Ages

HIEU 521 - (3) (IR)
Early Modern Germany

HIEU 526 - (3) (IR)
Russian History to 1700

HIEU 527 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Society

HIEU 551 - (3) (IR)
Seminar on Early Christian Thought

ITAL 311 - (3) (S)
Renaissance Literature

ITAL 410 - (3) (E)
Medioevo (Italian Culture and Literature in the Middle Ages)

ITAL 420 - (3) (SI)
Umanesimo (Italian Culture and Literature in the Humanistic Period)

LATI 309 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Latin

LATI 310 - (3) (IR)
Vergil

LATI 311 - (3) (IR)
Ovid

LATI 502 - (3) (SI)
Latin Writings of the Roman Empire

LATI 503 - (6) (SI)
History of Medieval Latin Literature

LATI 505 - (6) (SI)
Latin Paleography

LATI 509 (3) (SI)
Roman Literary Criticism

LATI 516 - (3) (SI)
Vergil's Aeneid

LATI 520 - (3) (SI)
Ovid's Metamorphoses

LATI 522 - (3) (SI)
Tacitus

LATI 528 (3) (SI)
Christian Latin Writings of the Empire

MUSI 101 - (3) (Y)
History of Music I, 1100-1750

MUSI 400 - (3) (E)
European Music to 1500

MUSI 500 - (3) (E)
Music History to 1500

PHIL 311 - (3) (E)
Plato

PHIL 312 - (3) (O)
Aristotle

PHIL 314 - (3) (IR)
Medieval Philosophy

PHIL 513 - (3) (O)
Topics in Medieval Philosophy

RELC 323 - (3) (IR)
Images of Christianity

RELC 324 - (3) (O)
Medieval Mysticism

RELC 325 - (3) (E)
Medieval Christianity

RELC 326 - (3) (Y)
The Reformation

RELC 538 - (3) (SI)
Counter Reformation and the Council of Trent

RELC 551 - (3) (E)
Seminar in Early Christian Thought

RELG 305 - (3) (E)
Religions of Western Antiquity

RELI 311 - (3) (E)
Muhammad and the Qur'an

RELI 312 - (3) (O)
Sufism

SPAN 340 - (3) (Y)
Spanish Literature to 1700

SPAN 450 - (3) (E-O)
Spanish Literature From Middle Ages to Renaissance


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