Archived Courses

In addition to the Medieval Studies courses (MVST) listed on prior web pages, the Medieval Studies Program also offers courses crosslisted with the Arabic, Art History, Classics, English, French, German, Government, History, Italian, Linguistics, Philosophy, Russian, Spanish and Theology Departments.

Fall 2009

  • ARAB-351 Introduction to Arabic Culture I (3) - Stowasser
  • ARAB-444 Intro to Islamic Civilization (3) - Gannagé
  • ARAB-555 Intro to Arabic & Islamic Studies: Sources & Methods (3) - Opwis
  • ARAB-627 Introduction to Hadith (3) - Opwis
  • ARTH-215 Art of the Middle Ages (3) - Lipsmeyer
  • CLSL-001-01 Latin I (4)
  • CLSL-101-01 Intermediate Latin (4) - Osgood
  • CLSL-101-02 Intermediate Latin (4) - Osgood
  • ENGL-524-01 Medieval European Literature (3) -  McNamer
  • FREN-043 Knights of Old & Harry Potter (3) -  Dover
  • FREN-492 History of the French Language I (3) -  Dover
  • HIST-340 Medieval saints: cults, legends, and culture (3) -  Collins
  • MVST-043 Knights of Old & Harry Potter (3) - Dover
  • MVST-220 Feasts of Fools: Medieval Year (3) -  McManus
  • SPAN-241 Survey of Spanish Literature I (3) - Francomano, Mujica
  • SPAN-523 History of the Spanish Language (3) - Walsh
  • THEO-050 Islamic Religious Thought and Practice (3)
  • THEO-068 Qur'an and Islamic Literature (3)
  • THEO-134 Jews/Judaism in World of Islam (3) - Ray 

Spring 2010

  • ARAB-490 Greek and Arab Science and Philosophy Across Borders (3 credits) - Gannage
  • ARTH-220 Italian Renaissance Art (3) - Acres
  • ENGL-040-02 Gateway: Med &/or Ren Lit/Cult (3) - McNamer
  • ENGL-100-01 Medieval British Literatures (3) - Hirsh
  • ENGL-247-01 Tolkien and Medieval Roots (3) - Wickham-Crowley
  • FREN-473 The Beastly Middle Ages: Weird and Wonderful Creatures in Old French Literature (3) - Dover
  • HIST-343 The Crusades (3) - Zimmers
  • HIST-347 Magic Science and Religion in Europe (3) - Collins/Olesko
  • HIST-434 Sex and Celibacy in Premodern Europe (3 credits) - Leonard
  • HIST-438 The Byzantine empire (3) - Foss
  • INAF-224 Symbols of Faith: Art in Judaism, Christianity and Islam (3) - Soltes
  • MVST-043 Knights of Old & Harry Potter (3) - Dover
  • MVST-109 Medieval Latin (3) - D. McManus
  • MVST-202 Introduction to Medieval Studies: The Worlds of the Book of Good Love (3) -  Francomano
  • MVST-247-01 Tolkien and Medieval Roots (3 credits) - Wickham-Crowley
  • PHIL-110 Medieval Ethics of Homicide (3) - Lewis
  • PHIL-320 -01 Text Seminar: Thomas Aquinas (3 credits) - Henninger
  • PHIL-384 History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (3 credits) - Bradley
  • PORT-425 Topics in Afro-Luso-Brazilian Linguistics (3) - Rameh
  • SPAN-241 Survey of Spanish Literature I (3) - Francomano
  • SPAN-319-01 Don Quijote de la Mancha (3) - Mujica
  • THEO-050 Islamic Religious Thought and Practice (3) - Heck/Madigan
  • THEO -119 Kabbalah in Its Contexts (3 credits) - Soltes
  • THEO-241 Jews in Spain (3) - Ray
  • THEO-359 Qur'An & Its Readers (3) - Madigan

Fall 2010

  • ARAB-351 Introduction to Arabic Culture I (3) - Professor Stowasser
  • ARAB-361 Introduction to Arabic Literature and Style I (3)
  • ARAB-555 Intro to Arabic & Islamic Studies: Sources & Methods (3) - Professor F. Opwis
  • ARAB-627 Introduction to Hadith (3)  - Professor F. Opwis
  • ARTH-101 Intro to Art History I: Prehistoric to Medieval Art (3) - Bowling, Heather
  • ARTH-228 Northern Renaissance Art (3) - Professor A. Acres
  • ARTH-410 The Medieval Cathedral (3) - Professor E. Lipsmeyer
  • CLSL-001-01 Latin I (4)
  • CLSL-101-02 Intermediate Latin (4) - Professor J. Osgood
  • CLSL-244 Tacitus (3)
  • ENGL-040-02 Gateway: Med &/or Ren Lit/Cult (3)
  • ENGL-108 Chaucer (3) - Professor J. Hirsh
  • HIST-230 Europe from the Fall of Rome to the Millennium (3) - Professors D. Collins and S. Zimmers
  • HIST-243 History of Ireland (3) - Professor J. Paxton
  • HIST-265 Islam in the Western Mediterranean, 642-1614 (3) - Professor O. Abi-Mershed
  • MVST-041-01 Satire and Social Criticism (03) - Professor M. Harrison
  • MVST-043 Knights of Old & Harry Potter (3) - Professor C. Dover
  • MVST-348-01 Senior Seminar: Research (3) - Professor K. Wickham-Crowley
  • PHIL-276 Dante and the Christian Imagination (3) - Professor F. Ambrosio
  • PHIL-384 History of Ancient/Medieval Philosophy (4)
  • SPAN-523 History of the Spanish Language (3) - Professor T. Walsh
  • THEO-050 Islamic Religious Thought and Practice (3.00) - Professors P. Heck and D. Madigan
  • THEO-281 History of Christian Thought I (3.00) - Professor S. Fields 

Spring 2011

  • MVST 041 Satire and Social Criticism - Harrison (HUMW II )
  • MVST 109 Medieval Latin - Johnson
  • MVST 202 Worlds of Book of Good Love - Francomano 
  • MVST 203 Medieval Manuscript Cultures 
  • MVST 211 Arthurian Legaends - Everhart
  • MVST 330 Medieval Monasticism - Cline

Fall 2011

  • ARAB 260 1001 Nights – Colla
  • ARAB 380 Introduction to Islamic Studies – Gannage
  • CLSL 235  Adv. Latin: Letters and Letter Collections – Osgood
  • ENGL 100  Medieval British Literature – Hirsh
  • ENGL 108  Chaucer – McNamer
  • FREN 362 Lit & Society in Medieval France – Dover
  • HIST 140 From Charlemagne to Napoleon - Leonard
  • HIST 230 Fall of Rome to the Millennium
  • HIST 340 Medieval Saints and Society – D. Collins
  • ITAL 375  Boccaccio: The Invention of Storytelling – Ciabattoni
  • MVST 043 Knights of Old & Harry Potter - Dover
  • MVST 221 Apocalypse: Word/Image/Stone - Meyer
  • MVST 230 Magna Carta: Govt & Politics - Cline
  • MVST 243 History of Ireland Pt. 1 - Paxton
  • MVST 315 Malory's King Arthur - Mudan
  • MVST 348 Senior Seminar: Research Wickham-Crowley
  • PHIL 276  Dante and the Christian Imagination
  • SPAN 523 History of the Spanish Language
  • THEO 050 Islamic Religious Thought and Practice
  • THEO 240 Judaism Under the Crescent and Cross

Spring 2012

  • ARAB 370 Justice in the Islamic Tradition - Opwis
  • CLSL 002 Latin II - Greene
  • CLSS 149 Roman History: Empire - Osgood
  • CLSS 275 The Greek Novel: Ancient, Byzantine, Modern - Johnson
  • ENGL 106 Medieval European Literature
  • ENGL 108 Chaucer - Hirsh
  • FREN 362 Literature and Society in French Middle Ages - Dover
  • FREN 492 History of the French Language - Dover
  • HIST 231  Europe from the Millennium to the Black Death - Zimmers
  • HIST 321 Silk Road - Millward
  • INAF 249 Moslems and Christians in Hollywood
  • ITAL 335 Secular & Sacred Love in Medieval Europe
  • MVST 041 Satire and Social Criticism - (HUMW II ) (3) - Harrison
  • MVST 109 Medieval Latin (3) - Osgood
  • MVST 202 The Book of Good Love  - (HUMW II ) (3) - Francomano
  • MVST 215 Women in Arthurian Legend (3) - Mudan
  • MVST 247 Tolkein & Medieval Roots (3) - Wickham-Crowley
  • MVST 330 Monks, Nuns and Hermits (3) - Cline
  • MVST 338  War, Law and Politics in Medieval England (3) - Paxton
  • MVST 349 Senior Thesis Seminar (3) - Wickham-Crowley
  • RUSS 491 History of the Russian Language
  • SPAN 452 Medieval Genders (in Spanish) 
  • THEO 109 - 62 Jews and Christians across Italian History and Cultures (at Villa le Balze)

Fall 2012

  • ARTH 228 Northern Renaissance Art - Acres 
  • CATH 156 Holy Bones in Catholic Imagination -  Apostolos-Cappadona
  • CATH 157 Healing in the Catholic Imagination - Apostolos-Cappadona
  • ENGL 108 Chaucer - Hirsh
  • ENGL 304 Medieval Sexualities - Wickham-Crowley
  • FREN 494 Medieval French Language - Dover
  • GERM 024 Germanic Christian Hero - Murphy
  • HIST 109 Islamic World - J.Brown
  • HIST 122 History of China I  - Spendelow
  • HIST 160 Middle East I - Isci
  • HIST 230 Europe: From the Fall of Rome to the Millenium  - Moran-Cruz
  • HIST 232 History and Legend in Medieval Britain - Moran-Cruz
  • HIST 431 Outer Space from Plato to Newton - Collins
  • INAF 241 Kabbalah and its Contexts - Soltes
  • ITAL 372 Dante and the Medieval Mind - Ciabattoni
  • MVST 043 Knights of Old and Harry Potter  - Dover, TR 11 - 12:15
  • MVST 044 Desire, the Devil and Death - Vann, TR 3:30 - 4:45
  • MVST 219 Order, Ornament: Med Art & Lit. - Harrison MW 6:30-7:45
  • MVST 221 Apocalypse: Word/Image/Stone - Meyer, T 6:30 - 9:00
  • MVST 230 Magna Carta: Government and Politics - Cline, MW 2:00 - 3:15
  • MVST 232 History & Legend: Medieval Britain - Moran Cruz, MW 3:30 - 4:45
  • MVST 348 Senior Seminar: Research - TBD
  • SPAN 427 History of the Spanish Language - Walsh
  • SPAN 493 Framed: Stories that Move in Chains - Francomano
  • THEO 136 Medieval Women Mystics - Lamm
  • WFST 250 The Breast: Image, Myth and Legend

Spring 2013

  • ARAB 470 Intro to Arabic & Islamic Philosophy - Gannage
  • CLSG 002 Ancient Greek - Sens
  • CLSG 291 Christian Greek in the Roman Empire - TBA
  • CLSL 002 Latin II - LaBarbera
  • CLSL 255 Latin Prose: Reading and Writing - LaBarbera
  • CLSL 295 Medieval Latin - Boin

Also, if the major project is medieval, and with the permission of the MVST director: CLSS 120 Intro to Roman Archeology & CLSS 479 Religions of the Roman World

  • ENGL 104   Global Medieval Literatures - McNamer                        
  • ENGL 105  Literature of Medieval Women - Wickham-Crowley              
  • ENGL 307  The Worlds of Beowulf -Wickham-Crowley
  • ENGL 461  Medieval Literatures (Capstone - with permission) -McNamer
  • GERM 201  Love/Warfare in the Medieval Epic - G. R. Murphy
  • HIST 238 = MVST 201  Age of Dante - Moran-Cruz  
  • HIST 231   Middle Ages II - D. Collins
  • HIST 234 = MVST 234  The Vikings - Zimmers
  • HIST 239  The Crusades -  Moran-Cruz  
  • HIST 342  Heresy, Authority, Inquisitions -D. Collins
  • INAF 248  Symbols of Faith - Soltes
  • ITAL 460   Dante - Cicali
  • MVST 041 Satire and Social Criticism  
  • MVST 201 The Age of Dante  (MVST Gateway Course)
  • MVST 234 The Vikings              
  • MVST 332 Pilgrimages: Pious and Profane      
  • MVST 334 Medieval Women: Sisters, Seers, and Scholars
  • MVST 349 Thesis Research
  • MVST 355 The Medieval Mary: Literature, Religion, Art
  • SPAN 241  Intro to Spanish Literature -  Perry
  • THEO 050 Islamic Religion: Thought and Practice - Sayilgan

Fall 2013

  • ARAB 360 1001 Nights - T 2:00-4:30pm, Colla
  • ARAB 380 Introduction to Islamic Civilization - Staff
  • ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art - TR 2:00-3:15pm, Bowling
  • ARTH 228 Northern Renaissance Art - TR 12:30-1:45pm, Acres
  • CLSS 249 01 Christianity/Classical Culture - MW 03:30-04:45 pm, O'Donnell
  • CLSS 282 01 Maps/Medtrean 1500BC-1500AD Scott Johnson TR 03:30 -04:45 pm
  • ENGL 108 Chaucer - TR 12:30-1-45pm Hirsch
  • ENGL 111 Medieval/Renaissance Drama - TRF 1:00-1:50pm Collins
  • FREN 040 Knights of Old and Harry Potter - TR 9:30-10:45am Dover
  • FREN 492 History of the French Language - TR 12:30-1:45pm Dover
  • GERM 043 The German Christian Hero - W 11:00-12:15pm Murphy
  • *HIST 232 History and Legend in Medieval Britain - TR 2:00-3:15pm Zimmers
  • ITAL 375 Boccaccio and Invention of Story Telling - TR 2:00-3:15pm, Ciabattoni
  • MVST 043 Knights of Old and Harry Potter - Dover, TR 9:30-10:45
  • *MVST 232 History and Legend in Medieval Britain - Zimmers, TR 2:00-3:15
  • MVST 348 Senor Seminar - TBD/Goldfrank
  • PHIL 276 Dante & Christian Imagination - TR 3:30-4:45, Ambrosio
  • PHIL 384 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (4 hrs) - MW 11:00-12:40pm, Bronstein/Henninger
  • SPAN 241-01 Survey of Spanish Literature I - TR 12:30-1-45 Francomano
  • SPAN 495 Adaptation - R 3:30-6:00pm, Francomano
  • THEO 042 Exploring the Qur'an - MW 3:30-4:45, Madigan
  • THEO 240 Judaism Under Crescent & Cross - TR 2:30-3:15pm, Ray

Spring 2014

  • ARAB 410 Lirerature: Age of Rhetoric (in Arabic) - MW 12:30-1:15pm,  Stetkevych
  • ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art - TR 2:00-3:15pm,  TBA
  • ARTH 207 Islamic Art and Architecture - TR 2:00-3:15pm, TBA
  • ARTH 411 Holy Faces, Broken Bodies - R 2:00-4:30pm, TBA
  • CATH 115 Politics of Christian Art - M 6:30-9:00pm, Apostolos-Cappadona
  • ENGL 308 Medieval English Literature - MW 2:00-3:15pm McNamer
  • GERM 201 Love and Warfare in Medieval Epic - WF11:00-12:15pm, Murphy
  • *HIST 231 The Middle Ages: Millennium to Black Death,  MW 11:00am-12:15pm, Zimmers
  • HIST 321 The Silk Road - W 12:30-3:00pm, Millward
  • HIST 340 Saints and Society - MW, 9:00-10:15am, D Collins
  • INAF 224 Symbols of Faith: Christianity, Judaism, Islam - TR, 11:00am-12:15pm, Soltes
  • ITAL 460 Dante - MW 11:00am-12:15pm, Ciabattoni
  • PHIL 384 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (4 hrs - permission necc.) - TR 13:00-4:40pm, Lewis, Bronstein
  • RUSS 491 History of the Russian Language -TR 11:00am-12:15pm, Andrews
  • SPAN 241 Survey of Spanish Literature I - TR 12:30-1-45pm, Francomano
  • THEO 057 Hindu Religious Tradition - TR 2:00-3:15pm, Glucklich
  • THEO 064 Monasticism: Buddhist and Christian - TR 2:00-3:15pm, Lefebure
  • THEO 079 Saints and Sinners - TR 9:00-10:45am, Steck
  • THEO 178 Martyrdom: Dying for God - TR 2:00-3:15pm, Heck
  • THEO 194 The Qur'an and Islamic Origins- TR 11:00am-12:15pm, Archer

fall 2014

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

Spring 2015

  • ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art - MW 11:00-12:15pm, Tilney
  • ARTH 424 Age of Van Eyke - W 2:00-4:30, Acres
  • CLSS 389 Ancient and Medieval Middle East - T 3:30-6:00, Johnson
  • ENGL 105 Medieval Women’s Literature - MW 3:30-4:45, Wickham-Crowley
  • ENGL 313 Tolkien and Medieval Roots - MW 12:30-1:45, Wickham-Crowley
  • GERM 201 Love and Warfare in Medieval Epic - TR 12:30-1:45pm, Murphy
  • GERM 307 German Mythology and Fairy Tales - TR 3:30-4:45, Murphy
  • *HIST 231 The Middle Ages: Millennium to Black Death - MW 9:30-10:45, D Collins
  • *HIST 238 (=MVST 201) The Age of Dante – TR 2:00-3:15, Moran Cruz
  • INAF 224 Symbols of Faith: Christianity, Judaism, Islam - TR, 11:00-12:15, Soltes
  • ITAL 460 Dante - TR 11:00-12:15, Ciabattoni
  • *MVST 201 (HIST 238) The Age of Dante – TR 2:00-3:15, Moran Cruz  
  • MVST 349 Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 384 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (4 hrs - permission necc.) - TR 3:00-4:40, Lewis, Bronstein
  • RUSS 491 History of the Russian Language -TR 12:30-1:45 , Andrews
  • SPAN 241 Survey of Spanish Literature I - TR 12:30-1:45, Francomano
  • THEO 042 Exploring the Qur’an - MW 11:00-12:15, Madigan
  • THEO 124 Four Founders of Faith - MW 12:30-1:45, Fields
  • THEO 136 Medieval Women Mystics - MW 12:30-1:45, Lamm
  • THEO 184 Introduction to Shiism - TR 3:30-4:45, Perkins

Fall 2015

  • 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
  • MVST 348 Senior Seminar – Time TBD - Goldfrank
  • 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

Spring 2016

  • ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art - MW 11:00-12:15pm, Tilney
  • ARTH 228: Northern Renaissance Art m- TR 9:30-10, Acres
  • ENGL 108 Chaucer and the 14th Century – TR 12:30-1:45, Hirsch
  • ENGL 309 Medieval European Literature - TR 12:30-1:45, McNamer
  • GERM 201 Love and Warfare in Medieval Epic – WF 9:30-10:45 Murphy
  • HIST 099 sections 5-6-7-8 only: Hist Focus: Italian Renaissance – TR 3:00-3:50; F 1:00-1:50, 2:00-2:50, or 3:00-3:50, Astarita
  • ITAL 460 Dante - TR 11:00-12:15, Ciabattoni (In Italian)
  • MVST 349 Senior Seminar
  • PHIL 280 Ancient & Medieval Philosophy (4 hrs cr) – MW 11:00-12:40, Lewis, Sherman
  • SPAN 241  Spanish Literature and Culture I - TR 3:30-4:45, Botello
  • THEO 034 Thought of Aquinas – MW 11:00-12:15, Fields
  • THEO 042 Exploring the Qur’an – TR 9:30-14:45, Archer
  • THEO 240 Judaism under Crescent and Cross – MW 2:00-3:15, Ray

FALL 2016

  • ARAB 201-01 Intro to Islamic Civilization – TR 3:30-4:45 - Gannage
  • ARAB 360-01 1001 Nights –TR 11:00-12:15 - Colla
  • ARTH 101-01 Ancient to Medieval Art – WF 11:00-12:15 - Tilney
  • ARTH 171-01 Buddhist Art – MW 11:00-12:15 – Wang
  • CHIN 362-01 Intro to Classical Chinese – TR 3:30-4:45 – Kefalas
  • CLSL 101-01 Intermediate Latin (4cr) – MTWR 1:00-1:50 – La Barbera
  • ENGL 104-01 Global Medieval Literatures –TR 3:30-4:454 - McNamer
  • ENGL 108-01 Chaucer & the 14th Century - TR 12:30-1:45 – Hirsh
  • GERM 024-01Germanic/Christian Hero – TR 9:30-1045 – Murphy
  • GERM 043-01Witches – TR 5:00-6:15 – O’Dea
  • HIST 145-62 Early Renaissance Italy  – Brizio (in Fiesole)
  • HIST 124-01 History of Japan I – TR 2:00-3:15 – Spendelow
  • HIST 170-01 History of Russia I – TR 11:00-12:15 – Goldfrank
  • HIST 231-01 Middle Ages: Millennium to Black Death – TR 3:30-4:45 – Mullins
  • MVST 348 Senior Seminar - I
  • SPAN 241-01 Spain: Literature & Culture I – TR 11:00-12”15 – Botello
  • SPAN 477-01 Sensory Worlds: Medieval Lit – M 3:30-6:00  - Francomano
  • PHIL 280-01 History of Ancient/Medieval Phil (4cr) – MW 12:00-1:40 – Sherman, Lewis
  • THEO 057-01 Hindu Religious Tradition – TR 5:00-6:15 – Glucklich
  • THEO 134-01 Jews/Judaism in World of Islam – TR 11:00-12:15 - Ray
  • THEO 281-01 History of Christian Thought I – MW 9:30-10:45 - Lamm

Spring 2017

  • ARAB 366-01 Islam and Identity  – TR 3:30-4:45 – Gannage
  • ARAB 424-01 Al-Jaziz: Eloquence, Satire & the Foundations of Classical Arabic Prose (prerequisite: 3rd year Arabic) – TR 3:30-4:45 – Stetkevych
  • ARTH 101-01 Ancient to Medieval Art – WF 11:00-12:15 - Tilney
  • ENGL 108-01 Chaucer & the 14th Century - TR 12:30-1:45 – Hirsh
  • HIST 099-05 Hist/Focus Renaiassance Italian Renaissance Italy (HIST core requirement course) – TRF 3:00-3:50 – Astarita
  • HIST 234-01 The Vikings – MW 12:30-1:45 – Zimmers
  • ITAL 460-01 Dante – MW 3:30-4:45 -- Ciabbatoni
  • PHIL 280-01 History of Ancient/Medieval Phil (4cr -- prerequisite: two prior courses in Philosophy, one in general philosophy and one in Ethics) – MW 3:00-4:40 – Bronstein, Lewis
  • SPAN 241-01 Spain: Literature & Culture I – TR 12:30-1:45 – Francomano
  • THEO 042-01 Exploring the Qur’an – TR 9:30-10:45 -- Archer
  • THEO 057-01 Hindu Religious Tradition – TR 2:00-3:15 – Glucklich
  • THEO 136-01 Medieval Women Mystics – MW 9:30-10:45 – Lamm

Fall 2017

  • (*** signifies Foundation Course)
  • ***ENGL 104-01 Global Medieval Literatures - MW 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm - McNamer (MVST Program Director)
  • ***ARAB 201-01  Introl to Islamic Civilization - TR 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm - Gannage
  • ***ENGL 106-01 Heroes and Vikings - MW 2:00 pm - 3:15 pm - Wickham-Crowley
  • ***GERM 024-01  Germanic/Christian Hero - TR 9:30 am - 10:45 am - Murphy
  • ***HIST 230-01  Europe after Rome - TR 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm - Newfield
  • ***HIST 232-01  History-Legend in Medieval Britain - TR 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm - Moran-Cruz
  • ***THEO 240-01  Judaism Under Crescent & Cross - TR 11:00 am - 12:15 pm - Ray
  • ARAB 403-70  Islam & Arab Cult in Golden Age - TU 10:00 am - 11:15 am - Zabarah
  • ARAB 470-01  Intro to Arabic Phil & Theo - W 3:30 pm - 6:00 pm - Ganaage
  • ARTH 122-62  Art/Arch of Med/Early Ren Ital - Taught in Villa le Balza, Florence - Oberer
  • ARTH 215-01  Art of Middle Ages - TR 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm - TBA
  • ARTH 426-01  Durer - T 2:00 pm - 4:30 pm - Acres
  • CHIN 362-01  Intro to Classical Chinese - TR 3:30 pm - 4:45 pm - Kafalas 
  • ENGL 091-03  Literary History I - MW 11:00 am - 12:15 pm - Wickham-Crowley
  • GERM 043-01 Witches - TR 5:00 pm -6:15 pm - Sieg
  • HIST 007-13, 14, -15, -16 (these sections only) - Intro Early Hist (“Global Middle Ages”) – TR9:00 am, F 9:00, 10:00, or 11:00 am - Goldfrank
  • HIST 145-62  Early Renaissance Italy - This course is offered in Fiesole, Italy - Brizio
  • HIST 170-01  History of Russia - TR 11:00 am - 12:15 pm - Goldfrank
  • HIST 243-(01-02)  History of Ireland I - Refer to Class Schedule Listing
  • PHIL 280-01  Hist of Ancient/Medieval Phil - MW 1:00 pm - 2:40 pm - Withy/Lewis
  • THEO 057-01  Hindu Religious Tradition - TR 5:00 pm - 6:15 pm - Gluklich
  • THEO 186-01  Relign & Empire:Case of Islam - TR 11:00 am - 12:15 pm - Heck

SPRING 2018

  • Medieval Studies courses for Spring 2018
  • ARTH 101 Ancient to Medieval Art, Barrett Tilney
  • ARTH 273 East Asian Painting, Michelle Wang
  • ARTH 467 Arts of Zen Buddhism, Michelle Wang
  • CHIN 353 War and its Legacies in Chinese Literature, Philip Kafalas
  • ENG 091 Literary History I, Sarah McNamer*
  • ENG 105 Medieval Women’s Literature, Kelley Wickham-Crowley
  • ENG 108 Chaucer and the Fourteenth Century, John Hirsh
  • ENG 308 Medieval Sexualities, Kelley Wickham-Crowley
  • HIST 099 Coping with Environmental Change, Timothy Newfield
  • HIST 111 Africa I, Kathryn de Luna
  • HIST 231 Middle Ages, Millenium to Black Death, Jo Ann Moran Cruz
  • HIST 370 East European Frontiers, Michael Polczynski
  • HIST 457 Food: Rome to Industrial, Susan Pinkard*
  • ITAL 388 The Medici, Gianni Cicali
  • PHIL 280 History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy, Neil Lewis
  • SPAN 241 Literature and Culture I
  • SPAN 387 Medieval Spanish Cinema, Emily Francomano
  • SPAN 489 Libro de buen amor, Emily Francomano
  • SPAN 237 Cultural History of Spanish Painting, Ross Karlan
  • THEO 042 Exploring the Qur’an, Daniel Madigan
  • THEO 043 Augustine, Tarmo Toom
  • THEO 068 Great Books of Islam, Paul Heck
  • THEO 124 Four Founders of Faith, Stephen Fields
  • THEO 134 Jews/Judaism in the World of Islam, Jonathan Ray
  • THEO 167 Introduction to Buddhism, Brandon Dotson
  • THEO 235 Oracles and Divination in Asia, Brandon Dotson

Please note that classes marked with an asterisk * will count for MVST only if the student’s work includes a paper or project that focuses on the medieval period.