Texas Tech University

Medieval & Renaissance Studies Center

Fall 2017 Classes

  • ENGL 5302 - The Many Tongues of Middle English Language: Translating Middle English Literature (Julie Nelson Couch), Tuesday, 2:00-4:50 pm. [No prerequisites. To register, email Dr. Julie Nelson Couch or Dr. Kanika Batra]
  • ENGL 5306 - Live Free or Die: Milton, Hobbes, and the Foundations of Modern Liberty (Ryan Hackenbracht), Thursday, 9:30am-12:20pm. [To register, email Dr. Ryan Hackenbracht or Dr. Kanika Batra.]
  • HIST 5342 - Successes and Failures of the Reformation: Recent Approaches to the History of Religion in Sixteenth Century Europe (Jacob Baum), Thursday, 3:00pm-5:50pm
  • HIST 5366 - Studies in Religious History [Medieval Church] (John Howe), Monday, 7:00pm-9:50pm
  • MUHL 5331 - Medieval Music Seminar (Angela Mariani), Tuesday-Thursday, 2:00pm-3:20pm. [To register, email Emily.gifford@ttu.edu; for further information, Angelamariani.smith@ttu.edu. Note: course may be listed under the instructor name "Smith" (Angela Mariani Smith). No pre-requisites. Open to non-musicians, although a basic knowledge of musical notes and terminology will be helpful.]

Summer 2017 Classes

  • ARTH 5320 - Medieval Art of Europe (Janis Elliott), Study Abroad in Italy, Summer I (4 June - 7 July 2017)

Spring 2017 Classes

  • ARTH 5340 - Renaissance Art: Renaissance Venice: Sacred, Secular, Spectacular (Brian Steele), Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30-10:50
  • ENGL 5303 - Studies in Medieval British Literature: Beowulf (Brian McFadden), Wednesday, 2:00-4:50. To enroll, students must have completed ENGL 5301.
  •  HIST 5347 - Studies in British History (Abigail Swingen), Wednesday, 3:00-5:50
  • HIST 5349 - Studies in Early Modern European History (Stefano D'Amico), Tuesday, 3:00-5:50
  • MRST 5301 - Methods in Medieval and Renaissance Studies (John Howe), Tuesday, 6:00-8:50
  • MUHL 5322 - Introduction to Early Music Performance Practice (Angela Mariani Smith), Tuesday/Thursday, 9:30-10:50
  • SPAN 5370 - Colonial Latin America: The Women of Colonial Latin America (Sara V. Guengerich), Monday, 2:00-4:50. Taught in Spanish, so to enroll students must have at least an intermediate oral Spanish proficiency.

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