We invite undergraduates interested in the study of Late Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance/Reformation period to modify any appropriate major with the Medieval and Renaissance Studies modification. Medieval and Renaissance Studies allows students the ability to modify their majors with a broad array of courses concerning societies and cultures that developed and flourished from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity. While centered in Europe, the concentration embraces developments in related cultures, especially that of the Mediterranean. The modification can be used in conjunction with any appropriate major, including: Art History, Comparative Literature, English, French, German Studies, Government, History, Italian, Portuguese, Religion, or Romance Languages. Guidelines are found in the ORC.

Library and Resources

The Library at Dartmouth College has several resources for Medieval and Renaissance Studies, including:

  • Article Databases
  • Research Databases
  • Research Guides
  • Images
  • Internet Sites

These resources are available online here.

Join the Community

If you would like to be on a mailing list informing of upcoming events (lectures, new courses, and so forth), please email Medieval and Renaissance Studies.