Medieval and Renaissance Courses

Members of the committee routinely teach a host of graduate and undergraduate courses in their departments. In addition, we offer two interdisciplinary courses: MARS 22000 "Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Studies" and MARS 42000 "Medieval and Renaissance Studies Seminar." For courses and other information concerning the MARS Major, click here.


Spring 2018

MARS 12000-001 MARS Explorations
TBA; TBA
Shaun F D Hughes

MARS 22000-001 Middle Ages on Film 
TR, 12:30 - 1:20 pm
Paula E Leverage

MARS 22000-002 Middle Ages on Film 
R, 3:30 - 5:20 pm
Paula E Leverage

MARS 22000-003 Middle Ages on Film 
R, 5:30 - 6:20 pm
Paula E Leverage

MARS 22000-004 Dragons
TR, 12:00 - 1:15 pm
Manushag Powell

Fall 2017

MARS 12000 MARS Explorations
Time and location TBA
Shaun F D Hughes

MARS 22000 Pirates
TR, 12:00-1:15 pm
Manushag Powell


General Course Offerings:

MARS 22000: Introduction to Medieval and Renaissance Studies, Semester 1, Class 3, credit 3. An introduction to interdisciplinary medieval and renaissance studies. It typically focuses on a popular topic in the field, with attention to methodology, source materials, and scholarship. 
Some of the more recent courses are "The World of King Arthur," "Robin Hood: the Man, the Myth, the Movies," "Medieval Outlaws," and "Love, Sex, and Gender."

MARS 42000: Medieval Studies Seminar, Semester 2, Class 3, credit 3. An interdisciplinary seminar or directed research in some aspect of medieval and renaissance studies.

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