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The Medieval and Renaissance Studies Minor

(18 semester hours)
 

Required
Choose 2 of the following courses from each department listed below. Please be aware of possible prerequisites. At least one course must be at the 300-level in two of the three departments.

Note: If majoring in any of these departments, choose one course from the major department and at least two courses from each of the remaining departments.

English
ENGL 235 (3) - Shakespeare
ENGL 239 (3) - Old English Language and Literature
ENGL 315 (3) - Swords and Shield-maidens: Gender Politics in Medieval Heroic Epic
ENGL 317 (3) - History of the English Language
ENGL 319 (3) - Chaucer
ENGL 322 (3) - Romance and Renewal: Shakespeare and Elizabethan Drama
ENGL 324 (3) - Revenge and Ravishment: Shakespeare and Jacobean Drama
ENGL 340 (3) - The Sacred and the Profane in the English Renaissance
ENGL 344 (3) - Women in the Renaissance

History
HIST 104 (3) - Medieval Heroes: Myth or History
HIST 121 (3) - Early and Medieval Britain
HIST 127 (3) - English History, 1500-1689
HIST 143 (3) - Early Modern Europe, 1350- 1650
HIST 224 (3) - The Medieval West, 400- 1350
HIST 321 (3) - Studies in Medieval History (may be repeated if topic differs)
HIST 322 (3) - Renaissance and Reformation

History of Art
ARTH 204 (3) - The Art of Northern Europe, 1400-1600
ARTH 213 (3) - Early Renaissance Art in Italy
ARTH 214 (3) - High Renaissance and Mannerist Art in Italy
ARTH 217 (3) - European Art in the 17th Century
ARTH 235 (3) - Early Medieval Art
ARTH 322 (3) - Romanesque Art and Architecture
ARTH 336 (3) - Studies in Medieval Art and Architecture (may be repeated if topic differs)
ARTH 338 (3) - Gothic Art and Architecture
ARTH 340 (3) - Topics in Renaissance and Baroque Art
ARTH 341 (3) - Seminar: Art and Theory in Renaissance Italy (may be repeated if topic differs)
ARTH 344 (3) - Seminar: Art and Theory in Baroque Europe (may be repeated if topic differs)

Also recommended
Classical languages: Latin and Greek
Romance languages: French, German, Italian and Spanish

MUSC 327 (3) - Early Music
RELG 241 (3) - Judaism
RELG 244 (3) - Christianity
RELG 255 (3) - Islam
SPAN 326 (3) - Early Spanish Culture: Heritage and Identity