Courses

MEM 2500 The Tales of King Arthur 3 Credits

The great literary works of the Arthurian tradition and the manner in which the tales of King Arthur serve, from their 6th century Celtic origins to the present, to articulate the interests and values of different social groups throughout history. (H and N)

General Education - Humanities
General Education - International

MEM 3003 Introduction to the Medieval World 3 Credits

Chronological and topical introduction to history of the medieval millennium (400-1400). (H and N)

General Education - Humanities
General Education - International

MEM 3300 Castles and Cloisters: An Introduction to Medieval Communities 3 Credits

Studies monastic and courtly-chivalric communities as these evolved in the Middle Ages. Explores architecture, art, literature and music illustrate how different monastic and chivalric communities saw the world and their place in it. (H and N)

General Education - Humanities
General Education - International

MEM 3301 Palaces and Cities: An Introduction to Early Modern Communities 3 Credits

Explores the new kind of European culture that emerges with early modern residential palaces and cities. The study of seminal texts in poetry, politics and theology, and of early modern cities and palaces shows the new operant principle in cultural processes to be the primacy of the individual. (H)

Prereq: ENC 1101 or the equivalent.

General Education - Humanities

MEM 3730 Studies in the Holy Roman Empire 3 Credits

Variable content examines the political and religious ideas and the literary and artistic productions associated with significant stages in the history of the Holy Roman Empire.

General Education - Humanities
General Education - International

MEM 3805 Research Methods in Medieval and Early Modern Studies 1 Credit

How to conduct research in medieval and early modern studies. Learn how to find and effectively search the most appropriate print and electronic resources for their research projects. The research skills developed have broader applicability than medieval and early modern studies.

Prereq: ENC 1101 or the equivalent.

MEM 3931 Variable Topics in Medieval and Early Modern Studies 3 Credits

Provides intermediate study in medieval and early modern studies.

Prereq: ENC 1101 or the equivalent.

MEM 4905 Independent Study in Medieval and Early Modern Studies 1-5 Credits

Independent work in medieval and early modern studies.

Prereq: instructor permission.

MEM 4931 Special Topics in Medieval and Early Modern Studies 1-3 Credits

Advanced study in medieval and early modern studies.