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Fall 2014 Courses

The Medieval Studies Program offers a few of its own courses, as well as a variety of courses in other departments. For a list of Fall 2014 courses see below, and for descriptions please roll your curser over the Courses tab above and then click. To see lists of the courses, click COURSES at the top and then the appropriate term or Past Courses.

MVST FALL 2014 COURSES AND CROSSLISTINGS

MVST 043 (= FREN 040) Knights of Old and Harry Potter – TR 9:30-10:45 - Dover
MVST 348 Senior Seminar – Time TBD - Goldfrank

MVST Crosslistings
(* signifies Foundation Course)

ARAB 201 Introduction to Islamic Civilization – TR 3:30-4:45 - Gannage
ARAB 470 Introduction to Arabic and Islamic Philosophy - R 9:30-12 - Gannage
ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art –MW 9:30-10:45 - Staff
ARTH 171 Introduction to Buddhist Art - MW 11-12:15 - Wang
CHIN 362 Introduction to Classical Chinese – TR 3:30-4:45 - Kafalas
CLSS165 Byzantine Literature and Culture - TR 9:30-10:45 - Johnson
ENGL108 Chaucer and the 14th Century – TR12:30-1:45 Hirsh,
ENGL 111 Medieval and Renaissance Drama – TR 2- 3:15, F 2-2:50 - Collins
ENGL 462 Capstone: Medieval Sexualities (if space available) – W 3:30-6 - Wickham-Crowley
*FREN 362 Literature and Society in the Middle Ages – TR 12:30-1:45 - Dover
GERM 024 The German Christian Hero – 11-12:15 - Murphy
HIST 124 History of Japan I – TR 2-3:15 - Spendelow
HIST 140 Holy Roman Empire – TR 5-6:15 - Leonard
HIST 170 History of Russia I – TR 11-12:15- Goldfrank
*HIST 230 Europe: From the Fall of Rome to the Millennium – MW 2-3:15 - Moran-Cruz
HIST 333 Religion and the State in the West -T 5-7:30 - Moran-Cruz
*ITAL 372 Dante and the Medieval Mind – TR 12:30-1:45 - Ciabbatoni
PHIL 384 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (with permission of the instructor) – MW 11-12:40 - Bronstein
SPAN 241 Survey of Spanish Literature I – MW 3:30-4:45- Villaroel
THEO 057 Hindu Religious Tradition -TR 12:30-1:45 - Glucklich
THEO 134 Jews and Judaism in the World of Islam –TR 11-12:15 - Ray
 

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