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Medieval and Renaissance Studies

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6045 Wentworth Hall, Room 110
Hanover, NH 03755
Phone: (603) 646-2736 or (603) 646-2876
Fax: (603) 646-8190
Email: Medieval.and.Renaissance.Studies@Dartmouth.edu
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Courses

The following courses can count towards the modification.

A student can petition for any class or independent study to be counted towards the modification. Such a petition should be made to a member of the Steering Committee, who will bring it before the committee.

  • ARTH 16: Grace and Power: Medieval Illuminated Manuscripts (special topics)
  • ARTH 17: Book as Art
  • ARTH 30: Early Christian Art
  • ARTH 31: Byzantine Art
  • ARTH 32: Early Medieval Art
  • ARTH 33: Gothic Art
  • ARTH 36: Italian Medieval Art
  • ARTH 40: Florence 1400-1450
  • ARTH 40: Art of Florence 1400-1450
  • ARTH 41: Italian Visual Culture 1450-1500
  • ARTH 43: Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARTH 80: Sacred Image: Byzantine Art
  • ARTH 83: Renaissance Chapels

  • CLST 11: Sex, Celibacy & the Problems of Purity

  • COCO 4: Crusades and Jihad: the Med Experience
  • COCO 6: Bubonic Plague: Past, Present, and Potential

  • COLT 21: Topics in Medieval Literature
  • COLT 35: History and Narrative (Arabian Nights)
  • COLT 20: The Middle Ages
  • COLT 21: Tristan and Isolt
  • COLT 22: The Renaissance
  • COLT 23: Topics in Early Modern Literatures
  • COLT 39: Topics in Narrative: Inescapable Romance (Late Antiquity to Early Modernity)

  • ENGL 10: King James Bible I
  • ENGL 11: King James Bible II
  • ENGL 18: The History of the English Language
  • ENGL 19: Old English Epic and Icelandic Saga
  • ENGL 20: Chaucer: Canterbury Tales
  • ENGL 21: Chaucer's Troilus and Criseyde and Other Poems
  • ENGL 22: Medieval English Literature
  • ENGL 23: The English Renaissance
  • ENGL 24: Shakespeare I
  • ENGL 26: English Drama to 1642
  • ENGL 28: Milton
  • ENGL 65: Spenser & The Faerie Queen
  • ENGL 65: The Merchant of Venice
  • ENGL 70: Love and Gender in Shakespeare

  • FREN 45: Speaking of Ideals

  • FRIT 22: Medieval and Renaissance Survey (taught in French)
  • FRIT 33: Dante: the Divine Comedy
  • FRIT 34: Renaissance St in Translation
  • FRIT 50: Early Italian Literature and Culture
  • FRIT 53: Med Fr Lit and Mdn Psychology

  • GOVT 6: Political Ideas
  • GOVT 63: Origins of Political Thoughts

  • HIST 3: Europe in Medieval and Early Modern
  • HIST 5: Intro to the Islamic World
  • HIST 6: Ottoman Empire and Mediterranean
  • HIST 6: Crusades and Jihad: The Mediterranean Experience (Cross-listed with COCO 4)
  • HIST 42: Gender and European Society from Classical Antiquity to the Reformation (Cross-listed as WGST 25)
  • HIST 43: European Intellectual and Cultural History 400-1300
  • HIST 44: Medieval France 400-1494
  • HIST 45: Early Modern Europe 1300-1650
  • HIST 46: Spain in the Golden Age
  • HIST 49: Early Modern England 1485-1780
  • HIST 61: Britain and the Atlantic World, 1480-1780
  • HIST 96: Topics in British History
  • HIST 94: History and Culture of the Jews I
  • HIST 95: The Mongols
  • HIST 96.3: Topics in Medieval History
  • HIST 96: Research in Early Modern Europe

  • LAT 28: Literature of the Late Empire and MA

  • REL 8: Intro to Islam
  • REL 15: The Christian Tradition
  • REL 19: Rel and Med: Ancient and Medieval Europe
  • REL 25: Islamic Mysticism (Sufism)
  • REL 27: Quran & Prophet
  • REL 31: Sex, Celibacy and the Problem of Purity
  • REL 33: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Age of the Crusades
  • REL 34: Christianity and Conversion in Northern World
  • REL 60: Classical and Medieval Judaism
  • REL 67: Protestant Reformation

    • SPAN 30: Hispanic Lit: Middle Ages-1700
    • SPAN 70: Great works of Hispanic Literature.
    • SPAN 80: Senior Seminar.

 

  • WGST 15: Roots of Feminism: Texts and Contexts

Last Updated: 7/5/12