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Course Descriptions

Spring 2012

MEDIEVAL STUDIES

MEST-M 390 Studies in Medieval Culture: War and Peace in Medieval Literature 3 cr McGerr, R
MEST-M 490 Topics in Medieval Studies: Virtue Ethics: Plato, Aristotle, Aquinas, Ockham, Foot, and Hursthouse 3 cr Wood, R
MEST-M 490 Topics in Medieval Studies: Invention of Adventure in German and French Novels 4 cr Keller, H
MEST-M 502 Colloquium in Medieval Studies: Constructions of the Other in Medieval Literature 4 cr McGerr, R
MEST-M 815 Readings in Medieval Civilization 1–4 cr McGerr, R

CENTRAL EURASIAN STUDIES

CEUS-T 152 Introductory Persian II - Undergraduate 4 cr Daneshgar, S/Fazel, S
CEUS-T 252 Intermediate Persian II - Undergraduate 4 cr Daneshgar, S
CEUS-T 352 Advanced Persian II - Undergraduate 4 cr Choksy, J
CEUS-T 552 Introductory Persian II - Graduate 3 cr Daneshgar, S/ Fazel, S
CEUS-T 652 Intermediate Persian II - Graduate 3 cr Daneshgar, S
CEUS-T 752 Advanced Persian II - Graduate 3 cr Choksy J

CLASSICAL STUDIES

CLAS-L 100 Elementary Latin I 4 cr Staff
CLAS-L 150 Elementary Latin II 4 cr Illias, C.
CLAS-L 200 Second-Year Latin I 3 cr Staff
CLAS-L 250 Second-Year Latin II 3 cr Staff
CLAS-L 400 Intensive Study of Literary Latin 3-4 cr Staff

COLLEGE OF ARTS AND SCIENCES

COLL-C 103 Topics Course: A Question of Love 3 cr Mickel, E

COLLINS LIVING-LEARNING CENTER

CLLC-L 220 Collins Colloquium: Tolerance in the Christian Empire 3 cr Maldonado, D

COMPARATIVE LITERATURE

CMLT-C 321 Medieval Literature: War and Peace 3 cr McGerr, R
CMLT-C 523 Medieval Literature: Constructions of the Other 4 cr McGerr, R

EAST ASIAN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES

EALC-E 201 Issues in East Asian Literature: Ladies, Lords, and Hermits 3 cr Sarra, E

ENGLISH

ENG-E 301 Literature in English to 1600 3 cr  
ENG-L 306 Middle English Literature 3 cr Gayk, S
ENG-L 610 Readings in Late Medieval Literature and Culture: Premodern Cosmopolitanisms 4 cr Lochrie, K

FRENCH AND ITALIAN

FRIT-F 502 Medieval French Literature II 3 cr Merceron, J
FRIT-M 307 Masterpieces of Italian Literature I 3 cr Storey, H
FRIT-M 333 Dante and His Times 3 cr Storey, H

GERMANIC STUDIES

GER-G 371 Topics in Medieval Studies: Invention of Adventure in German and French Novels 3 cr Keller, H
GER-G 636 Old Icelandic Literature 3 cr Gade, K

HISTORY

HIST-H 206 Medieval Civilization 3 cr Deliyannis, D
HIST-B 352 Western Europe-High/Late Middle Ages 3 cr Shopkow, L
HIST-C 390 Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire 3 cr Watts, E

HISTORY OF ART

FINA-A 101 Ancient and Medieval Art 3 cr Reilly, D/ Lu, H
FINA-A 226 Survey of Medieval Art 3 cr Bassett, S
FINA-A 323/A 520 Illuminated Manuscripts in the Middle Ages 3-4 cr Reilly, D
FINA-A 421 Early Christian Art 4 cr Bassett, S

JEWISH STUDIES

JSTU-H 150 Elementary Hebrew II 4 cr Maoz-Levy, M/ Naor, R
JSTU-B 250 Intermediate Biblical Hebrew II 3 cr Maoz-Levy, M

LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE

SLIS-S 584 Manuscripts 3 cr Williams, C

MUSIC

MUS-M 458 Topics in Early Music 1 cr Gillespie, W
MUS-M 558 Topics in Early Music 1 cr Gillespie, W

NEAR EASTERN LANGUAGES & CULTURES

NELC-A 150 Elementary Arabic II - Undergraduate 4 cr Istrabadi, Z
NELC-A 250 Intermediate Arabic II - Undergraduate 3 cr Istrabadi, Z
NELC-A 350 Advanced Arabic II - Undergraduate 3 cr Istrabadi, Z
NELC-A 450 Advanced Arabic IV- Undergraduate 3 cr Staff
NELC-A 550 Elementary Arabic II - Graduate 2 cr Istrabadi, Z
NELC-A 650 Intermediate Arabic II - Graduate 3 cr Istrabadi, Z
NELC-A 670 Advanced Arabic II - Graduate 3 cr Istrabadi ,Z
NELC-A 690 Advanced Arabic IV- Graduate 3 cr Istrabadi, Z

PHILOSOPHY

PHIL-P 401 History of Philosophy: Virtue Ethics: Plato, Aristotle Aquinas, Ockham, Foot, and Hursthouse 3 cr Wood, R
PHIL-P 596 Readings: Medieval Philosophical Sources 1-4 cr O'Connor, T

RELIGIOUS STUDIES

REL-A 250 Introduction to Christianity 3 cr Brown, C
REL-R 325 Christianity 50-450: Christianization 3 cr Storin, B
REL-A 426 Gnostic Religion and Literature 3 cr Brakke, D
REL-R 736 Advanced Readings in Early Christian Texts 1-4 cr Brakke, D

 

 

MEDIEVAL STUDIES COURSE DESCRIPTIONS:

MEST-M 815, Readings in Medieval Civilization M815 is an independent readings course, in which a student works with a member of the faculty to select a set of reading and writing assignments, based on the student's interests and how many credit hours the student wishes to receive for the course. The student sends the Director of the Institute the proposal with the faculty member's agreement to supervise, and the Director authorizes the student to register for 1-4 credits of M815. At the end of the semester, all the faculty who have supervised students for M815 send the Director the final grades, and the Director submits them to the Registrar's Office. (M815 is offered fall and spring semesters, as well as both summer sessions.)