FALL 2015 COURSES

MVST 348 Senior Seminar – Time TBD - Goldfrank

MVST Crosslistings
(* signifies Foundation Course)

ARAB 201 Introduction to Islamic Civilization – TR 3:30-4:45 - Gannage 
ARAM 417 Sharia Law Introduction to Arabic and Islamic Philosophy - TR 2-3:15 - Brown 
ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art –WF 11-12:15 – Tilney
ARTH 171 Introduction to Buddhist Art - MW 11-12:15 - Wang 
CATH 149 Politics of Christian Art - T 6:30-9 – Apostolos Cappadona
CHIN 362 Introduction to Classical Chinese – TR 3:30-4:45 - Kafalas
ENGL 106 Heroes and Vikings - MW 3:30-4:45 - Wickham-Crowley
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
GERM 024 The German Christian Hero – MW 3:30-4:45 - Murphy
GERM  043 Witches -TR 9:30-10:45- O’Dea
*HIST 007, sections 5-6-7-8 only – Early History/Global Middle Ages  T-R 11-11:50, F 11-11:50 or 12-12:50 – Goldfrank
HIST 124 History of Japan I – TR 2-3:15 – Spendelow
HIST 170 History of Russia I – TR 11-12:15 – Evtuhov
HIST 333 Religion and the State in the West -T 5-7:30 - Moran-Cruz
HIST 431 Outer Space Plato to NATO – MW 3:30-4:45 – D Collins
*IDST 001 (these instructors only) – Liberal Arts Seminar - TRF 1- 2:40 - Heck and Ray
*IDST 003 (these instructors only) – Liberal Arts Seminar - TRF 1- 2:40 – Heck and Ray
ITAL 387 Love and Friendship in Medieval Italy (taught in Italian) – TR 12:30-1:45 – Ciabbatoni
JCIV 080 Moses to Muhammed - TR 2-3:15 - Soltes
PHIL 280 Ancient and Medieval Philosophy - MW 2-3:40 - Sherman, Lewis
PHIL 365 Dante and the Christian Imagination - MW 3:30-4:45 - Ambrosio
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
THEO 355 Political Theology: Case of Islam – TR 9-10:45 – Heck