The Medieval World

Not offered regularly; consult department

Investigates the dynamic history of Europe and the wider world between the late Roman empire and voyages of discovery. Examines the rise of Christianity, the cult of the saints, and monasticism; the decline of the Roman empire, the barbarian invasions, and the foundation of post-Roman kingdoms; the meteoric rise of Islam; the formation of the Carolingian, Byzantine, and Islamic empires; the Vikings and Mongols; castles, knights, and crusades; religious thinkers, reformers, and heretics; changes in art, architecture, and literature; the Black Death and the fall of Constantinople; the Italian Renaissance and the voyages of discovery.

Related Subjects

Offered Fall 2021

Catalog Subject Faculty Level HASS Category
21H.007 21L.014

Introduction to Ancient and Medieval Studies

TR 9:30-11, 66-144
Eric J. Goldberg
Stephanie Frampton
Introductory HASS-H CI-H
21H.130

The Ancient World: Greece

Lecture: TR 12-1, 2-105
Recitation 1: F 12-1, 66-160
Recitation 2: F 2-3, 66-160
Alexander Forte Introductory HASS-H CI-H
21H.134 14.70

Medieval Economic History in Comparative Perspective

MW 11-12:30, 16-160
Anne E. C. McCants Introductory HASS-S CI-H
21H.237

The City of Athens in the Age of Pericles

TR 2:30-4, 56-162
William Broadhead Intermediate HASS-H
21H.238

The Vikings

MW 2-3:30, E51-385
Eric J. Goldberg Intermediate HASS-H

Not Offered This Term