Courses

The following courses can count towards the modification. A student can petition for any class or independent study to be counted towards the modification. Such a petition should be made to a member of the Steering Committee, who will bring it before the committee.

Art History

  • ARTH 17.04: Vision and Reality: The Art of Northern Europe in the Fifteenth Century
  • ARTH 17.05: Castles, Cloisters, and Cathedrals
  • ARTH 17.09: Italian Renaissance Architecture
  • ARTH 30: Early Christian Art
  • ARTH 32: Early Medieval Art
  • ARTH 33: Gothic Art and Architecture
  • ARTH 34: The Arts of the Middle Ages
  • ARTH 35: Islamic Architecture
  • ARTH 42: The High Renaissance and Mannerism in Italy
  • ARTH 43: Northern Renaissance Art
  • ARTH 84: Media and Meaning in Renaissance Sculpture

Classics

  • LAT 28: Literature of the Later Empire and the Middle Ages

Comparative Literature

  • COLT 10.12: Race in the Middle Ages
  • COLT 10.13: Debate and Dialog in Emerging Europe
  • COLT 21: Topics in Medieval Literatures
  • COLT 22: The Renaissance
  • COLT 57: Global Medievalism

DAMALL

  • ARAB 62.01: Marvels and Wonder in Medieval Arabic Culture
  • ARAB 62.02: The Arabian Nights East and West

English

  • ENGL 1:  Literary History I: Literature Up to the Mid-Seventeenth Century
  • ENGL 10:  Anglo-Saxon and Scandinavian Epic and Saga
  • ENGL 11: Chaucer: The Canterbury Tales
  • ENGL 12: Chaucer: Troilus and Criseyde and Other Poems
  • ENGL 13: Medieval English Literature
  • ENGL 14: Renaissance Poetry
  • ENGL 15: Shakespeare
  • ENGL 16: Renaissance Drama
  • ENGL 17: John Milton
  • ENGL 18: English Literature 1660-1714, including Drama
  • ENGL 19: Early American Literature
  • ENGL 51: Special Topics in Medieval or Renaissance English Literature
  • ENGL 61: Junior Colloquium in Medieval or Renaissance English Literature
  • ENGL 71: Advanced Seminar in Medieval or Renaissance English Literature

French and Italian

  • FREN 22: Introduction to French Literature I: The Middle Ages and the Renaissance
  • FRIT 33.01: Dante's "Divine" Comedy
  • FRIT 34: Renaissance Studies in Transition
  • FRIT 34.01: Sex and Gender in the the Italian Renaissance
  • ITAL 21: Early Italian Literature and Culture
  • ITAL 22: Humanism and Renaissance
  • ITAL 23: Seventeenth and Eighteenth-Century Italian Literature and Culture

History

  • HIST ## Early Modern Intellectual History
  • HIST 3: Europe in Medieval and Early Modern Times
  • HIST 4.01: The Crusades
  • HIST 42: Gender and European Society from Antiquity to the Reformation (Cross-Listed as WGST 22)
  • HIST 43: European Intellectual and Cultural History, 400-1300
  • HIST 44: Medieval France, 400-1494
  • HIST 45: Early Modern Europe (1300-1650)
  • HIST 46: Spain in the Golden Age
  • HIST 49: Early Modern England, 1485-1780
  • HIST 96: Upper-Level Seminar.  Special Topics in Medieval and/or Early Modern Europe (changes by year)

Jewish Studies

  • JWST 10: History and Culture of the Jews I - From Second Temple though the Middle Ages

Philosophy

  • PHIL 12: Medieval and Renaissance Philosophy

Religion

  • REL 27: The Qur'an and the Prophet
  • REL 31: Sex, Celibacy, and the Problem of Purity: Asceticism and the Human Body in Late Antiquity, is cross-listed as CLST 11 and WGST 43.2
  • REL 32.02: Dante's "Divine" Comedy
  • REL 33: Christians, Jews, and Muslims in the Age of the Crusades, cross-listed as HIST 4.02 and JWST 36
  • REL 34: Christianity and Conversion in the Northern World: Vikings, Celts, and Anglo-Saxons, cross-listed as HIST 4.03
  • REL 80.06: Medieval Enlightenment: Maimonides

Spanish and Portuguese

  • SPAN 30: Introduction to Hispanic Studies I: Middle ages-17th century
  • SPAN 43.01: Ballads in Medieval Hispanic Literature

Theatre

  • THEA 15: Theatre and Society I: Classical and Medieval Performances