Premodern Courses

 

The Center for Premodern Studies offers two minors: a graduate minor in Early Modern Studies and an undergraduate minor in Medieval Studies. Follow the links to learn more. Check with the minors' DGS to learn if the courses below can be applied.

 

Spring 2022 Graduate Courses

 

  • ANTH 8510:  Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Vikings: Archaeology of Northern Europe  (Peter Wells)
  • ARTH 5252: Early Christian Arts  (Jennifer Awes Freeman)
  • ARTH 5335: Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the Papal Capital  (Steven Ostrow)
  • CNRC/RELS 5071:  Greek and Hellenistic Religions  (Stephen Ahearne-Kroll)
  • EMS 8250 / ARTH 8320: The Early Modern Archive  (Katharine Gerbner and Sinem Casale)
  • EMS 5500 / ENGL 5121: Readings in Early Modern Literature and Culture: Colonial America in the Atlantic World  (Rachel Trocchio)
  • GER 5701:  Middle High German  (Anatoly Liberman)
  • HIST 5462:  From Subjects to Citizens: The History of East Asia from 1500 to the Present  (Ann Waltner)
  • HSCI 5611: Enlightenment, Revolution, and the Rise of Modern Science  (Victor D. Boantza)
  • HSCI 8125: Foundations for Research in the Scientific Revolution  (Victor D. Boantza)
  • LAT 5100:  Cosmos and Culture: World, Origins, & Early Humans  (Spencer Cole)
  • SCAN 5502: The Icelandic Saga  (Anatoly Liberman)

 

 

Spring 2022 Undergraduate Courses

 

ARTS & HUMANITIES

  • ARTH 3309:  Renaissance Art in Europe  (Michael Gaudio)
  • CNRC 1042:  Greek and Roman Mythology  (Charles McNamara)
  • CNRC 3072:  The Birth of Christianity  (Joshua Reno)
  • CNRC/RELS 3074:  Exploring the Quran: An Intellectual Odyssey with Islam's Holy Scripture  (Adam Flowers)
  • CNRC 3042:  Myths, Legends, and Literature of the Ancient Near East  (Eva von Dassow)
  • JWST/RELS/CNRC 3205:  Women, Gender, and the Hebrew Bible  (Tina Sherman)

 

CIVIC LIFE AND ETHICS

  • FREN 3632/3732 / HIST 3732:  Revolution and Rights: The French Revolution and its Legacy  (Juliette Cherbuliez)
  • HIST/CNRC 3061:  "Bread and Circuses": Spectacles and Mass Culture in Antiquity  (Andrew Gallia)

 

GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES / HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

  • CNRC/HIST/RELS/MEST 3617:  Pagans, Christians, Barbarians: The World of Late Antiquity  (Benjamin Hansen)
  • EAS/HIST 3462:  From Subjects to Citizens: The History of East Asia from 1500 to the Present  (Ann Waltner)
  • HIST 3052:  Ancient Civilization: Greece  (Andrew Gallia)
  • HIST/MEST 3101:  Introduction to Medieval History  (Stephan Knott and Eli Wallace)
  • HIST/JWST 3511 / RELS 3079:  Muslims and Jews: Conflict and Co-existence in the Middle East and North Africa since 1700  (Noam Sienna)
  • HIST 3547 / RELS 3722:  The Ottoman Empire  (Fikri Cicek)
  • HIST/MEST 3611:  Medieval Cities of Europe: 500-1500  (Kathryn Reyerson)
  • HIST/MEST 3613:  History of the Crusades  (Michael Lower)

 

HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES

  • ARTH 3335:  Baroque Rome: Art and Politics in the Papal Capital  (Steven Ostrow)
  • CNRC 1003:  The World of Rome  (Spencer Cole)
  • CNRC/RELS/HIST 1082/3092:  Jesus in History, Art & Culture  (Stephen Ahearne-Kroll)
  • CNRC/RELS 3071:  Greek and Hellenistic Religions  (Stephen Ahearne-Kroll)
  • CNRC 3103:  Ancient Greece: Alexander and the East  (Patricia Ahearne-Kroll)
  • CNRC/HIST 3061:  "Bread and Circuses: Spectacles and Mass Culture in Antiquity  (Andrew Gallia)
  • ENGL 3003W:  Historical Survey of British Literatures I  (various instructors)
  • HIST 3054:  Ancient Egypt and its Neighbors  (Eva von Dassow)
  • HIST/MEST 3616:  The Hundred Years War: France and England in the Middle Ages  (Kathryn Reyerson)

 

LITERATURE CORE

  • CNRC 3081W:  Classical Epic in Translation  (Nita Krevans)
  • ENGL 1181W:  Introduction to Shakespeare  (various instructors)
  • ENGL 3007:  Shakespeare  (various instructors)

 

ADDITIONAL PREMODERN COURSES

  • ANTH/CNRC/JWST/RELS/MEST 3206:  Sex, Murder, and Bodily Discharges: Purity and Pollution in the Ancient World  (Patricia Ahearne-Kroll)
  • ANTH/MEST 4043:  Romans, Anglo-Saxons and Vikings: Archaeology of Northern Europe  (Peter Wells)
  • CNRC 3103:  Ancient Greece: Alexander and the East  (Patricia Ahearne-Kroll)
  • CNRC 3105:  Ancient Rome: Age of Augustus  (Spencer Cole)
  • CNRC 3950:  Sex Work(ers) in Ancient Greece and Rome  (Joshua Reno)
  • CNRC 3950:  Ancient Greek Ethics from Plato to Stoicism  (Charles McNamara)
  • ENGL/MEST 3072:  Witchcraft, Possession, Magic: Concepts in the Atlantic Supernatural, 1500-1800  (Rachel Trocchio)
  • ENGL 4613:  Old English II  (Andrew Scheil)
  • GER 3702:  Middle High German  (Anatoly Liberman)
  • HSCI 361:  Enlightenment, Revolution, and the Rise of Modern Science  (Victor D. Boantza)
  • HIST/MEST 3271:  The Viking World: Story, History, and Archaeology  (Elizabeth Quillen)