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UPCOMING COURSES THAT MEET THE MEMS REQUIREMENTS

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Summer I 2009

 

Summer II 2009

History

4330 Medieval Crusade and Jihad MTWR 1-3pm

 

English

3351 History Of British Literature I MTWR 8-10am

4301 History Of The English Language MTWR 10:30am-12:30pm



Fall 2009

Art History

4306 Mid-Renaissance Art

 

History

2313 History of England I MWF 9-9:50 am

3376 Medieval Europe I MWF 11-11:50 am

4338-06 Special Topics S 9-11:50 am

 

Latin

1441/1442 Intensive Latin I & II MWF 10-11:50 am

4391 Latin Reading (Medieval) TBA

 

Philosophy

3303 Renaissance Philosophy

 

Modern Languages

Spanish 3302 Don Quixote (in English) MWF 1-1:50 pm

German 4321 Topics In Literature & Culture: Medieval/Early Mod Studies (in English) TR 9:30-10:50 am

French 3311 French Literature And Culture (in French) TR 9:30-10:50am

 

English

3351-01 History of British Literature I MWF 9-9:50 am

3351-01 History of British Literature I TR 9:30-10:50 am

3351-01 History of British Literature I TR 12:30-1:50 pm

4326 Shakespeare MW 1-2:20 pm

 

Spring 2010

Art History

 

History

2313 History of England I TR 11am-12:20pm

2314 History of England II MWF 9-9:50 am

3377 Medieval Europe II MWF 11-11:50am

3383 Early Modern Europe, 1560-1715 MWF 9-9:50 am

4330 Medieval Crusade and Jihad MWF 10-10:50 am

4345 Tudor-Stuart England, 1485-1714 TR 12:30-1:50 pm

4354 Early France: Old Regime And Revolution, 1610-1799 MWF 11-11:50 am

4365 History of Spain and Portugal MWF 9-9:50 am

4388-05 Special Topics S 9-11:50 am

 

Latin

2313/2314 Intensive Latin III & IV MWF 10-11:50 am

 

Philosophy

3302 Roman and Medieval Philosophy

 

Modern Languages

SPAN 4310: Saints, Sinners, and Spectacles in Early Modern Spain T/R 11-12:20

GERM 4321, Medieval and Early Modern Studies in German

This course will explore texts and ideas from the German-speaking areas of Europe written during the medieval and early modern periods. Together instructor and students will explore how intertwined ideas, values, and ideologies of politics, history, and religion were approached in those times. We’ll travel in time and space virtually to visit the sites, map places/spaces, see old manuscripts, look at pictures, hear sound in word and song, walk the walk of monks and nuns, Luther and the new Protestant ideas, and see how a messy Europe looked to the Crusades to unify itself. Furthermore, we’ll compare those values, beliefs, and ideologies to today’s. Taught in English (German students will do some reading in German.) Course prerequisites: none.

SPAN 4310. Saints, Sinners, and Spectacles in Early Modern Spain (3-0) This course will explore the image of the body and its role in intellectual and spiritual formation in the literature of medieval and early modern Spain. We will examine how the body is defined and manipulated within the context of the sexual, the spiritual, the profane, and the divine. Some of the key themes will include: the relationship between body and text, the regulation and control of the body, the imperfect, mutilated, and weak body, gender and authority, consuming bodies and eating communities, the body of the Other, the body as spectacle, and corporeal love and desire. Readings will include selections from medieval lyric poetry, medieval and early modern narrative, and Golden Age drama, as well as contemporary images of the body in films such as Fight Club, Thirteen, and María llena de gracia. Prerequisite: SPAN 3315 with a C or better.

 

 
Medieval and Early Modern Studies