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COURSES ON MEDIEVAL TOPICS 2013-2014

 

Fall Semester 2013

 

CLASSICS

CLAS 0660: The World of Byzantium, E. Papaioannou

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

 

ENGLISH

ENGL 0360E: The Medieval King Arthur, E. Bryan

ENGL 1310T : Chaucer, E. Bryan

ENGL 1311H: Sagas Without Borders: Multilingual Literatures of Early England, E. Jacobs

 

FRENCH STUDIES

FREN 1110G: En Marge: Exilés, Hors-la-Loi, et Exclus du Monde Médiéval

 

HISPANIC STUDIES

HISP 2030D: Fifteenth-Century Sentimental Romances and Celestina, M. Vaquero

 

HISTORY

HIST 1020: Living Together: Muslims, Christians and Jews in Medieval Iberia, A. Remensnyder

HIST 1030: The long fall of the Roman Empire, A. Remensnyder

 

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

RELS 1530C: Interpreting the Self: Biography in Medieval Arabic Literature, S. Harvey

 

 

Spring Semester 2014

 

 

CLASSICS

LATN 1110J: Alcuin , J. Pucci

 

ENGLISH

ENGL 0310C: Matters of Romance, E. Bryan

ENGL 1360F: Quest, Vision, Diaspora: Medieval Journey Narratives, E. Bryan

 

HISTORY

HIST 0980G: The Search for King Arthu, A. Remensnyder

HIST 1040: High Middle Europe, A. Remensnyder

HIST 1972H: Sex, Power, and God: A Medieval Perspectiv, A. Remensnyder

 

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

RELS 0410: Christianity in Late Antiquity, S. Harvey

RELS 2400G: From Late Antiquity into Early Islam: Methods and Problems, N. Khalek