Medieval and Renaissance Collegium (MARC) Courses (Division 430)

325/Religion 325. Mysticism and the Early English Mystics. (3). (HU).

See Religion 325. (Dutton)

417/RC Humanities 417. Epic and Saga. (4). (HU).

See RC Humanities 417. (Clark)

440/Latin 435. Medieval Latin I, 500-900 A.D. Two years of college Latin or the equivalent. (4). (HU).

This course is designed for students who have not had any Medieval Latin. The prerequisite for the course is approximately two years of Classical Latin, though students who have had accelerated courses in Latin are certainly welcome to apply to the course. We will be accomplishing in this course a survey of the major literary events from roughly A.D. 500 until the end of the age of Charlemagne. The kinds of texts we will read will include some historiography, some saints' lives, certain representational poems from the court of Charlemagne, as well as emphasis on the development of monasticism in the West. While the course is primarily a reading course in Latin, and hence will pay some attention to the way in which Medieval Latin develops from Classical Latin, it is also very much a cultural course which is designed to show students the emerging concerns of the Early Middle Ages in the areas of religion, philosophy, thought, as well as literature. (Witke)

444/French 438. Introduction to the Reading of Old French Texts. French 387, 388, 389, or the equivalent. (3). (HU).

See French 438 for description. (Gravdal)

445/Hist. of Art 445. Medieval Architecture. Hist. of Art 101 or permission of instructor. (3). (HU).

See History of Art 445. (Neagley)


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