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Courses for Medieval And Renaissance Studies

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MEDR BC 3998x-BC3999y Directed Research for the Senior Project

Two semesters of supervised interdisciplinary research in Medieval or Renaissance Studies terminating in the writing of a senior essay. The program of research is determined in consultation with the chair and under the guidance of the area adviser. It is supervised by the latter and an adviser from the second discipline involved in the project.
4 points

Course
Number
Call Number/
Section
Days & Times/
Location
Instructor Enrollment
Spring 2014 :: MEDR BC3999
MEDR
3999
04794
001
TBA P. Usher 0 [ More Info ]
Autumn 2014 :: MEDR BC3998
MEDR
3998
03022
001
TBA Instructor To Be Announced 0 [ More Info ]

Cross-Listed Courses

Art History and Archaeology

W3230 Medieval Architecture

W3407 Early Italian Art

Classics

V3033 Medieval Language and Literature

W4152 Medieval Latin Literature: The Fathers and The Bible

English & Comparative Literature

W3259 Milton (Seminar)

W3335 Shakespeare I

English (Barnard)

BC3136 Shakespeare in Performance

BC3154 Chaucer Before Canterbury

BC3155 Canterbury Tales

BC3156 Topics in Chaucer: Troilus and Dream Visions

BC3158 Medieval Literature: Literatures of medieval Britain

BC3163 Shakespeare I

BC3164 Shakespeare II

BC3165 The Elizabethan Renaissance: Lyric Poetry

BC3166 Seventeenth-century Prose and Poetry

BC3167 Milton

BC3169 Renaissance Drama

BC3998 Senior Seminars Studies in Literature: Courtship in the Works of Chaucer

French (Barnard)

BC3021 Major French Texts I

BC3023 The Culture of France I

BC3029 Laughter in the Middle Ages and Renaissance

BC3030 Medieval Theatre

BC3031 History, Literature and Culture of the Middle Ages

BC3032 Women and Writing in Early Modern France

BC3033 Literature of the French Renaissance and the Baroque

BC3034 French Baroque and Classical Literature

History

W4083 Crime and Punishment in the Middle Ages

W4101 The World We Have Lost: Daily Life in Pre-Modern Europe

History (Barnard)

BC1062 Introduction to Later Middle Ages: 1050-1450

BC3062 Medieval Intellectual Life, 1050 to 1400

BC4062 Medieval Economic Life and Thought ca 1000 to 1500

BC4064 Medieval Science and Society

BC4360 London: From Great Wen to World City

Italian

W4091 -W4092 Dante's Divina Commedia I & II

Philosophy (Barnard)

V2201 History of Philosophy II: Aquinas to Kant

V3237 Late Medieval and Modern Philosophy

Religion

V3140 Early Christianity

W4170 History of Christianity: The World of the First Crusade

W4171 Law and Medieval Christianity