HIST-362 Studies in Ancient & Medieval Europe
Offers an in-depth analysis of a particular topic or period within ancient and/or medieval Europe. Calling upon the rich variety of sources in ancient and/or medieval European culture and society, it practices historical analysis on interdisciplinary materials. Possible topics include the Greek polis, the Roman Empire of Augustus, Late Antiquity, Jews and Christians in the Middle Ages, Sex and Society in the Middle Ages, the Bible in the Middle Ages, and the Crusades. Topics for the coming year are advertised by the history department. Offers an in-depth analysis of a particular topic or period within the Middle Ages (c. 500-1500). Previous topics have included the Bible in the Middle Ages, the Papacy in the Middle Ages, and the Crusades. Please contact the instructor or the department administrative assistant for a full description.