MER/ENG 2220 Medieval and Renaissance Worlds in Literature (I, IV)
Study of medieval and Renaissance texts in their historical, cultural,and literary contexts.The course examines various genres and subjects in an effort to understandwhat texts froma distant past reveal about their own cultures and howtheymight speak to a 21stcentury audience. Texts are selected from a range of cultures,such asmedieval and Renaissance France,Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Russia, Scandinavia, Spain, andWales, as well as Arabia and the Jewish Diaspora.
MER 3777 Topics:Medieval and Renaissance Studies
2 or 4 cr.
Medieval and Renaissance Studies courses offered on special topics. Each course taught under "Topics"will also have a specific course title listed on the schedule and transcripts.
MER 4444 Seminar:Medieval and Renaissance Studies (WI)
Examines relationships between various intellectual and artistic forms and ideas from the medieval and Renaissance periods of western culture. In addition, it explores medieval and Renaissance studies as an academic field. Prerequisite: MER/ENG 2220 or consent of the instructor.
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