Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Medieval & Renaissance Studies is cross-cultural in design and covers the time-period from Late Antiquity (ca. 400) to the seventeenth century. Through the interdisciplinary study of history, art, religion, language and literature, students will develop an integrated understanding of medieval and early modern civilization.  Its legacy, along with its intellectual and social diversity, enhances our understanding not only of the past but of present society.

Minor or LIBS Concentration Only

The minor/concentration in Medieval and Renaissance Studies consists of 15 credit hours from the courses (CABR) listed below. Students must include courses from three disciplines.

Art History
Erly Christian Byzan Art
Early Med and Romanesque Art
Gothic Art and Architecture
The 14th Century
Women in Medieval Art
Art&Arch in Early Ren Florence
High Renaissance and Mannerism
Northern Renaissance Art
Italian Renaissance Sculpture
Southern Baroque Art
Northern Baroque Art
Rembrandt
Comparative Literature
Writing Women in Renaissance
English
Engl Lit from Begin-1500
Engl Lit: 1500 to 1600
English Lit 1600-1660
Maj Engl Auth of the Mid Ages
Lit of Anglo-Saxon England
Chaucer
Studies in Medieval Lit/Cult
Shakespeare I: Earlier Works
Shakespeare II: Later Works
Maj Engl Authors of the Renais
Milton
Shakespeare's Contemporaries
Seventeenth-Century Readings
History
England: Tudors and Stuarts
Medieval Society
The Renaissance
The Reformation Era: 1500-1648
European Encounters, 1400-1800
Philosophy
Medieval Philosophy