213/Hist. 213. The Reformation. (4). (HU).
See History 213. (Tentler)
323/Hist. of Art 305. The Themes and Symbols of Western Art. (3). (HU).
See History of Art 305. (Bornstein)
417/RC Humanities 417. Medieval Epic and Saga. (4). (HU).
See RC Humanities 417. (F. Clark)
418, 419, 420. Comparative and Thematic Studies of Medieval Culture I, II, III. (4 each). (HU). Individual courses in this series may be elected for credit more than once.
MARC 418 is offered Winter, 1983.
Medieval Occitan Grammars and their Theoretical Sources. In the Middle Ages, the Latin grammar tradition was very strong, but in some areas, practical reasons led to the writing of pedagogical grammars of the vernacular tongue. The earliest such grammars were done for the langue d'oc of the troubadors. Their poetry had made their language international and many foreigners used this language also as a literary medium. Authors of these grammars followed Latin grammar tradition and strove to make their description of the vernacular fit the Latin mold, although these grammarians were often sensitive to ways in which their language was different from Latin. Key passages in these medieval grammars will be interpreted and theories implicit in these passages will be discussed. Class discussion will also be centered on ways of describing these grammars on the basis of modern linguistic theories. Students will do selected readings and prepare a term paper on a topic which was discussed in class. A reading knowledge of French or another Romance language would be useful. (Morgan)
421, 422, 423, 424. Early and High Middle Ages: Thematic Studies I, II, III, IV. (4 each). (HU). Individual courses in this series may be elected for credit more than once.
MARC 421, 422 and 423 are offered Winter Term, 1983.
MARC 421. The Celestina as a humanist masterpiece. Its literary background. We will study the comedies of Terence and the moral essays of Seneca to see the place of each in the Spanish play. We will also consider rhetoric as the principle determining element in the formal architecture of the work. (Course taught in English. All texts in translation/option to read the original texts in Spanish). (Fraker)
MARC 422. Section 001 – The Medieval City. During Winter Term, 1983, this course is jointly offered with History 396.004. See History 396 for description. (Lansing)
MARC 423. Section 001 – Music in Medieval Culture. During Winter Term, 1983, this course is jointly offered with Music 406. See Music for description. (Borders)
431, 432, 433. The Age of the Baroque: Thematic Studies I, II, III. (4 each). (HU). Individual courses in this series may be elected for credit more than once.
MARC 432 is offered Winter Term, 1983.
Section 001 – History of Cartography. During Winter, 1983, MARC 432 is jointly offered with Geography 477. See Geography for description. (Kish)
440/Latin 435. Medieval Latin I, 500-900 A.D. Two years of college Latin or the equivalent. (4). (HU).
See Latin 435. (Witke)
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