HISTORY 397 - History Colloquium
Section: 201 The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly in the Middle Ages
Term: SU 2008
Subject: History (HISTORY)
Department: LSA History
Credits:
3
Cost:
<50
Advisory Prerequisites:
Enrollment limited to junior and senior History majors by permission only. History majors are required to elect HISTORY 396 or 397.
Repeatability:
May be repeated for a maximum of 8 credit(s).
Primary Instructor:

In this course, we will explore ideas of morality and ethics in the Middle Ages. The primary material for the course will be medieval accounts of the lives of famous men and women. We will analyze the stories and develop an understanding of medieval categories of "good" and "bad." First, students will be asked to evaluate medieval theories of behavior with a focus on understanding the idea of "virtue." Second, students will be given the opportunity to explore how medieval authors understood the implications of morality. The course will be discussion-based and students will be graded on participation, short papers, and an exam.

HISTORY 397 - History Colloquium
Schedule Listing
201 (SEM)
P
72800
Open
7
9LSA Hist Majors- Jr or Sr Only
13LSA Jr>
-
MW 2:00PM - 5:00PM
Note: Restricted to Jrs& Srs. Meets with MEMS 411.201
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