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Course Schedule for Medieval and Byzantine Studies

MBS compiles a list of approved courses every semester. The list contains both courses offered directly through the Center (labelled MDST) and courses offered by other schools and departments that are relevant for the study of the Middle Ages. Only courses from the approved lists can be considered for MBS credit and students are required to consult their advisors to approve their individual choices.

For language courses in Greek and Latin please consult the course schedule of the Department of Greek and Latin.

For a complete list of all approved undergraduate courses (not only for this semester) click here.

 

Spring 2015

Undergraduate courses:
 
  • MDST 201/HIST 201: Medieval Pathways. Jennifer Davis. TuTh 9:40-12:10.
  • MDST 496B: Senior Seminar. Lilla Kopár. TBA.
(A) History and Social Structures
  • HIST 225A: History of Ireland to 1607. Jennifer Paxton. MWF 11:10-12:00.
  • HIST 302B: The Post-Roman World, 410-750. Philip Rousseau. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • HIST 309: The Rise of Islam. Lev Weitz. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • HSHU 102: From Charlemagne to Chaucer.  Katherine L. Jansen. TuTh 2:10-3:25. [For Honors students only.]
(B) Thought and Worship
  • PHIL 354-01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese Druart. TuTh 9:40-10:55.
  • PHIL 354-02: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese Druart, TuTh 11:10-12:25.
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ART 301: Splendors of Byzantium: Art and Culture of the Empire, 330-1453. TBA.
  • ENG 351: Chaucer and His Age I. Todd Lidh. MW 12:40-1:55.
  • LAT 477: Early Christian Biography. Frank A.C. Mantello. MWF 3:40-4:30.      
  • SEM 545: Readings in Medieval Arabic and Islamic Literature. Shawqi Talia. 8:10-9:25.
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:40 -1:30.
Approved Electives:
  • LAT 562: Intro Medieval Latin Studies: Documents of Land and Power. Frank A.C. Mantello. MWF 2:10-3:00.
  • SEM 242/542: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30.
 
Graduate courses:
 
  • CL 702: Sources of the Ius Commune: Research Seminar in the Manuscripts and Printed Texts. Ken Pennington. W 3:10-5:00 [Prerequisite: Elementary Latin.]
  • CL 760/Law 508: Comparative European Legal History: Roman Law and the Ius commune. Ken Pennington. TuTh 1:10-2:25
  • ENG 841: Seminar: Studies in Old English. Lilla Kopár. Th 2:10-4:40.
  • HIST 610: Medieval Civilization II.  Katherine L. Jansen. Tu 3:40-6:10.
  • HIST 611A: Problems in Carolingian History. Jennifer Davis. Th, 3:40-6:10.
  • HIST 623B: History of the Book in the Early Modern Period. Massimo Ceresa. Th 3:40-6:10.
  • HIST 6xx: Classics of Medieval History. Jennifer Davis. W, 9:40-12:10.
  • HIST 804: “Late Antiquity” East and West. Philip Rousseau. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • LAT 562: Intro Medieval Latin Studies: Documents of Land and Power. Frank A.C. Mantello. MWF 2:10-3:00.
  • LAT 577: Early Christian Biography. Frank A.C. Mantello.. MWF 3:40-4:30.     
  • LAT 733: Latin Palaeography. Frank A.C. Mantello. MWF 09:40-10:30.
  • PHIL 602-01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese Druart, TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • PHIL 766: Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas. John Wippel. Th 2:10-4:10.
  • PHIL 835: Aquinas on Evil. Tobias Hoffmann. W 7:30–9:30pm.
  • SEM 542/242: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30.
  • SEM 545: Readings in Medieval Arabic and Islamic Literature. Shawqi Talia. 8:10-9:25.
  • SEM 547/247: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:40 -1:30.
  • SEM 632: Syriac Literature. Aaron Butts. MW 2:10-3:25.
  • SEM 642: Readings in Islamic and Christian Arabic (Survey of Christian Arabic). Aaron Butts. MW. 3:40-4:55.
  • SEM 782: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. TuTh 11:10-12:25.  [Prereq. SEM 681, SEM 683, or equivalent.]
  • TRS 620: Introduction to Patristic Theology. Tarmo Toom. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • TRS 641C: Sacraments of Reconciliation and Anointing. Dominic Serra. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • TRS 742B: Liturgy of the Hours and Community Prayer. Dominic Serra. Tu 2:10-4:00.
  • TRS 744: Eucharist: A Liturgical Theology. Michael Witczak. W 1:10-3:00.
  • TRS 772: Aquinas and Bonaventure. Joshua C Benson and Nicholas E Lombardo. W 2:10PM - 4:40.
  • TRS 846: Liturgies of Death and Dying. Michael Witczak. F 9:40-11:30.
  • TRS 859B: Origen and Origenism. Robin Darling Young. W 9:40-12:10.

 

Fall 2014

Undergraduate courses:
 
  • MDST 496A: Senior Seminar. Lilla Kopár. TBD.
(A) History and Social Structures
  • CLAS 572: Mediterranean World of Late Antiquity. William Klingshirn. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • HIST 235: Medieval World. Katherine Jansen. MWF 2:10-3:00.
  • HIST 309C: Muslims, Christians and Jews in the Medieval Mediterranean. Lev Weitz. TuTh 12:40-1:55.
  • HIST 323: The Renaissance, 1330-1530. Nelson Minnich. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • HSHU 101: Jesus to Muhammad: The Early Christians in the Mediterranean World. William Klingshirn. TuTh 9:40-10:55. [For Honors students only.] 
(B) Thought and Worship
  • TRS 220-01: Church Through the Ages: Paul to Luther. Susan Wessel. TuTh 9:40-10:55.
  • TRS 220-02: Church Through the Ages: Paul to Luther. Mark Clark. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ART 211: History or Art: Prehistory to the Middle Ages. Heather Turnbow. TuTh 3:40-4:55.
  • ART 358: The Cult of Saints in Medieval Europe. Heather Turnbow. WF 3:40-4:55.
  • ENG 342/ENG 621: History of the English Language. Lilla Kopár. W 2:10-4:40.
  • ENG 352: Chaucer and His Age II. Lilla Kopár. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • ENG 516: Arthurian Literature. Joan Grimbert. TuTh 9:40-10:55.
  • SEM 545: Arabic Literature I. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 8:10-9:25.
  • SEM 547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:40-1:30.
Approved Electives:
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies. Frank Mantello.  MWF 9:40-10:30.
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I. Monica Blanchard. MWF 12:40-1:30.
  • SEM 541: Introduction to Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30. 
 
Graduate courses:
 
  • CL 701/Law 507: History of Canon Law. Ken Pennington. Tu 10:10-11:25 and Th 1:10-2:25.
  • CL 728N: Seminar: Medieval Papacy. Ken Pennington. W 3:00-5:00.
  • CLAS 572: Mediterranean World of Late Antiquity. William Klingshirn. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • ECST 770: Theodoret of Cyrrhus: Between Two Worlds. Philip Rousseau. TTh 2:10-3:25.
  • ENG 516: Arthurian Literature. Joan Grimbert. TuTh 9:40-10:55.
  • ENG 621: History of the English Language. Lilla Kopár. W 2:10-4:40.
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization 1: The Historiography of the Early Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis. Tu 3:40-5:40.
  • HIST 679: Medieval Hagiography. Katherine Jansen. M 5:10-7:40. [Reading knowledge of Latin required.]
  • HIST 823A: History Writing in the Early Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis. Th 3:40-5:40. [Reading knowledge of Latin required.]
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies. Frank Mantello.  MWF 9:40-10:30.
  • PHIL 765: Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas I. John Wippel. Th 2:10-4:10.
  • PHIL 797: Metaphysics of John Duns Scotus. Timothy Noone. W 5:10-7:10.
  • PHIL 881: Aquinas on the Divine Ideas. Gregory Doolan. Tu 2:10-4:10.
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I. Monica Blanchard. MWF 12:40-1:30.
  • SEM 541: Introduction to Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30.
  • SEM 545: Arabic Literature I. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 8:10-9:25.
  • SEM 547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:40-1:30.
  • SEM 681: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 11:10-12:00.
  • SEM 781: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. TuTh 3:40-4:55.
  • TRS 622: Ancient and Medieval Church History. Susan Wessel. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • TRS 641A: Christian Initiation. Michael Witczak. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • TRS 650C: Eastern Spirituality. Robin Darling Young. MW 11:10-12:25.
  • TRS 727J: Theology of St. Bonaventure. Joshua Benson. M 12:40-3:10.
  • TRS 747A: Cult of the Saints in Liturgical Perspective. Michael Witczak. F 9:40-11:30.
  • TRS 748: Byzantine Liturgy. Stefanos Alexopoulos. W 9:40-12:10.
  • TRS 755D: Spiritual Themes in Early Christianity: Ascent of the Mind. Robin Darling Young. Tu 9:40-12:10.
  • TRS 761G: Aquinas on the Emotions. Nicholas Lombardo. F 9:40-12:10. 
  • TRS 820: Augustine in the Middle Ages: Augustine and 12th Cent. Spirituality. Mark Clark. Tu 2:10-4:40.
  • TRS 835B: The Moral Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. William Mattison. Tu 2:10-4:40.
  • TRS 867D: Aquinas on the Incarnation and Passion of Christ. William Loewe. T 9:40-12:10.

 

Spring 2014

 
Undergraduate Courses:
 
Gateway Course for Majors and Minors:
  • MBS 201/ENG 250/HIST 201: Medieval Pathways. Jennifer Davis & Lilla Kopár. W 2:10-3:25 pm, F 2:10-4:40 pm.
(A) History and Social Structures
  • HIST 309: The Rise of Islam. Lev Weitz. TBA.
  • HSHU 102: Charlemagne to Chaucer: Christian Life in the Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis. MW 11:10 am-12:25 pm. [For Honors students only.]
  • SEM 503/703: History of the Christian Near East: From the Formative Period to the Age of Justinian. Janet Timbie. TuTh 9:40-10:55 am.
(B) Thought and Worship
  • PHIL 354-01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese A. Druart. MW 9:40-10:55 am.
  • PHIL 354-02: HIstory of Medieval Philosophy. Therese A. Druart. TuTH 2:10-3:25 pm.
  • TRS 356A: Francis and Clare. Joshua Benson. MW 12:40-1:55 pm.
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ART 310/CLAS 319/ECST 519: Early Christian Art and Archaeology. Heather Turnbow. MW 5:10-6:25 pm.
  • ENG 351: Chaucer and His Age I. Todd Lidh. MWF 11:10 am-12:00 pm.
  • SEM 546: Readings in Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 8:10-9:25 am.
  • SEM 547/247: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:40-1:30 pm.
Approved Electives
  • SEM 532: Introduction to Syriac II. Monica Blanchard. MWF 12:40-1:30 pm.
  • SEM 542/242: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30 am.
 
Graduate Courses:
 
  • ECST 519: Early Christian Art and Archaeology. Heather Turnbow. MW 5:10-6:25 pm
  • ENG 743: Texts in Context: Anglo-Saxon Poetry & Culture. Lilla Kopár. Th 2:10-4:40 pm.
  • HIST 610: Medieval Civilization II. Jennifer Paxton. Tu 5:10-7:40 pm.
  • HIST 612A: Archaeology for the Medieval Historian. Jennifer Davis. M 3:40-5:40 pm.
  • HIST 642B: Interreligious Encounters in the Medieval Middle East. Lev Weitz. Th 5:10-7:40 pm.
  • LAT 705: Latin patristic seminar: Isidore, Etymologies. John Petruccione. TuTh 05:10-06:25 pm.           
  • LAT 834: Textual Criticism. Frank Mantello. WF 9:40-10:30 am.
  • PHIL 602: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese A. Druart. TuTh 2:10-3:25 pm.
  • PHIL 795: Augustinian Themes in Bonaventure. Timothy Noone. Th 7:30-9:30 pm.
  • PHIL 836: Aquinas on the Divine Names (Summa contra Gentiles I). John Wippel. Th 2:10-4:00 p.m.
  • PHIL 870: Avicenna's Metaphysics. Therese Druart. Tu 5:10-7:10 pm.
  • SEM 503/703: History of the Christian Near East: From the Formative Period to the Age of Justinian. Janet Timbie. TuTh 9:40-10:55 am.
  • SEM 532: Introduction to Syriac II. Monica Blanchard. MWF 12:40-1:30 pm.
  • SEM 542/242: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30 am.
  • SEM 546: Readings in Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 8:10-9:25 am.
  • SEM 547/247: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:40-1:30 pm.
  • SEM 682: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 11:10 am-12:00 pm.
  • SEM 782: Readings in Coptic: Shenoute of Atripe. Janet Timbie. TuTh 3:40-4:55 pm. [Open to all who have taken SEM 681, 682, or 683 (or equivalent in another program).]
  • TRS 727: Introduction to Medieval Theology. Joshua Benson. F 9:40 am-12:10 pm.
  • TRS 745B: Mystical Theology: Three Pivotal Texts of Bonaventure. Regis Armstrong. W 2:10-4:40 pm.
  • TRS 823G: 12th Century Evangelical Awakening. Mark Clark. Tu 2:10-4:40 pm.
  • TRS 843: Constantinople: The City and Its Liturgy. Stefanos Alexopoulos. Tu 9:40 am-12:10 pm.

 

Fall 2013

 Undergraduate courses:

MDST 451: Senior Seminar (Senior Tutorial). Lilla Kopár. TBD
 
(A) History and Social Structures
  • HIST 235: Medieval World. Jennifer R. Davis. MWF 11:10-12
  • HIST 309: Rise of Islam. Lev Weitz. TuTh 12:40-1:55
  • HIST 311A: Medieval Warfare and Knighthood. Federico Canaccini. MW 5:10-6:25
  • HSHU 101: Jesus to Muhammad: The Early Christians in the Mediterranean World. [For Honors students only.] 
(B) Thought and Worship
  • TRS 220.01: Church Through the Ages: Paul to Luther. Susan Wessel. TuTh 9:40-10:55
  • TRS 220.02: Church Through the Ages: Paul to Luther. Mark Clark. TuTh 11:10-12:25  
  • TRS 344: Liturgies of the Eastern Churches. Seely Beggiani. MWF 3:40-4:30
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ENG 313: Roman Roots of European Literature.  Stephen Wright. (Rome Program Study Abroad)
  • ENG 353: Chaucer and the Italians . Stephen Wright. (Rome Program Study Abroad)
  • ENG 352: Chaucer and His Age II. Lilla Kopár. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • SEM 247/ 547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00
Approved Electives
  • ENG 501: Introduction to Old English. Lilla Kopár. Th 2:10-4:40
  • GR 501: Elementary Greek for Graduate Students I.  John Petruccione. MWF 3:40-4:30
  • LAT 501: Elementary Latin for Graduate Students I.  Frank Mantello. MWF 3:40-4:30
  • LAT 509: Intensive Elementary Latin.  Leo Hunt. MWF 9:15-10:55
  • LAT 561: Intro to Medieval Latin Studies. Frank Mantello. MWF 9:40-10:30
  • SEM 381/681: Introduction to Coptic Studies.  Janet Timbie.  MWF 11:10-12:00
  • SEM 241/541: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30
  • SEM 545: Readings in Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 8:10-9:25

 

Graduate courses:
 
  • CL 701/LAW 507: History of Canon Law. Kenneth Pennington. TuTh 1:10-2:25 (Section .02 available online)
  • CL 728N/STRS 728N: Medieval Papacy: Kenneth Pennington. W 3:20-5:50
  • ENG 501: Introduction to Old English. Lilla Kopár. Th 2:10-4:40.
  • GR 501: Elementary Greek for Graduate Students I.  John Petruccione. MWF 3:40-4:30    
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization 1: The Historiography of the Early Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis. M 3:40-5:40
  • HIST 617B: Boethius, Then and Later. Philip Rousseau.T Th TBA
  • HIST 694B: Historiography of Medieval Islam. Lev Weitz. Th 6:40-8:40
  • LAT 501: Elementary Latin for Graduate Students I.  Frank Mantello. MWF 3:40-4:30
  • LAT 509: Intensive Elementary Latin.  Leo Hunt. MWF 9:15-10:55
  • LAT 561: Intro to Medieval Latin Studies. Frank Mantello. MWF 9:40-10:30
  • PHIL 754: The Problem of Evil in Neoplatonic Philosophy. Matthias Vorwerk. M 5:10-7:10
  • PHIL 759: Medieval and Contemporary Theories of Free Choice.  Tobias Hoffmann. M 5:10-7:10
  • PHIL 897: Aquinas on Pleasure. Kevin White. Tu 7:30-9:30
  • SEM 541/SEM 241: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 9:40-10:30
  • SEM 545: Readings in Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 8:10-9:25
  • SEM 547/247: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 681: Introduction to Coptic Studies.  Janet Timbie.  MWF 11:10-12:00
  • SEM 781: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. MWF 3:40-4:55
  • TRS 622: Ancient and Medieval Church History. Susan Wessel. TuTh 11:10-12:25
  • TRS 650A: Introduction to the History of Christian Spirituality. Regis Armstrong.  MWF 11:10-12:00
  • TRS 727H:  Introduction to Franciscan Theology.  Joshua Benson.  Tuesday 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 727H: History of Franciscan Theology. Joshua Benson.   Tu 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 743E: Liturgies of Christian Marriage. Michael Witczak. W 9:40-11:30
  • TRS 754J: 12th Century Mystical Theology. Mark Clark. Th 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 747E: Liturgies of Christian Marriage.  Michael Witczak. W 9:40-11:30

  

Spring 2013

Undergraduate Courses:
 
Gateway course for majors and minors:
MDST 201/ENG 250/HIST 201: Medieval Pathways. W 2:10 - 3:25; F 2:10 - 4:40
 
(A) History and Social Structures
  • HIST 236A: World of the Crusades. Jennifer Paxton. MWF 2:10-3:00
  • HIST 303: Mediterranean Society and Culture in the Early Middle Ages. Philip Rousseau. TuTh 11:10-12:25
  • HSHU 102: Charlemagne to Chaucer. Ken Pennington. TuTh 3:35-4:50 (For Honors students only.)
(B) Thought and Worship
  • PHIL 334-01/634: Philosophy in the Islamic World. Therese Druart. MWF 10:10-11:00
  • PHIL 354: History of Medieval Philosophy. Timothy Noone. TuTh 2:10-3:25
  • PHIL 354: History of Medieval Philosophy. Kevin White. MWF 1:10-2:00
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ART 345: Art & Power. Meredith Raucher. TuTh 2:10-3:25
  • ENG 351: Chaucer and His Age II.  Stephen Wright.  TuTh 11:10-12:25
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 546: Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 9:35-10:50
Approved Electives
  • GR 504: Readings in New Testament Greek. Sarah Ferrario. MWF 12:10 – 01:00
  • LAT 562: Topics in Medieval Latin Studies: Royal Administration. Frank Mantello. MWF 2:10-3:00
  • SEM 242/542: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 10:10-11:00
Graduate Courses:
  • CL 702: Research Seminar for Medieval Law. Ken Pennington. W 3:00-5:00
  • CL 760/Law 508: History of Roman Law. Ken Pennington. TuTh 1:10-2:25
  • ENG 725: Readings in Medieval Literature. Stephen Wright. M 5:00-7:30
  • GR 504: Readings in New Testament Greek. Sarah Ferrario. MWF 12:10 – 01:00
  • HIST 643: Medieval Monasticism. Jennifer Paxton. Tu 5:10-7:00
  • HIST 610: Medieval Civilization II.  Katherine L. Jansen. Tu 3:10-5:00
  • HIST 812A/ENG 812: From Alfred to the Anarchy:  Unification, the Continent, and Literary Tradition. Philip Rousseau. M 2:10-4:40
  • LAT 562: Topics in Medieval Latin Studies: Royal Administration. Frank Mantello. MWF 2:10-3:00
  • LAT 705: Latin Patristic Seminar: Caesarius of Arles. William Klingshirn. Th 9:35-12:15
  • LAT 733: Latin Paleography I. Frank Mantello. MWF 4:10-5:00  
  • PHIL 334-01/634: Philosophy in the Islamic World. Therese Druart. MWF 10:10-11:00
  • SEM 242/542: Introduction to Quranic and Classical Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 10:10-11:00
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 546: Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 9:35-10:50
  • SEM 682: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 12:10-1:00 (Prereq. SEM 681 or 683)
  • SEM 782: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. TuTh 11:10-12:35 (Prereq. SEM 681 or 683)
  • TRS 727C: Bonaventure, Parisian Master. Joshua C. Benson. Tu 9:35-12:05
  • TRS 744: Eucharist: A Liturgical Theology. Michael Witczak. W 1:10-3:00
  • TRS 846: Sources of the Ordo Missae. Michael Witczak. Th 2:10-4:00

 

Fall 2012

Undergraduate courses:

MDST 451: Senior Seminar (Senior Tutorial). Lilla Kopár. TBD

(A) History and Social Structures
  • ECST 305/HIST 305A: The Ancient Christian Roots of the Medieval West. Philip Rousseau. TuTh 2:10-3:25
  • HIST 235: Medieval World. Katherine Jansen. MWF 2:10-3:00
  • HSHU 101: Jesus to Muhammad: The Early Christians in the Mediterranean World. [For Honors students only.] 
(B) Thought and Worship
  • TRS 220: Church Through the Ages: From Paul to Luther. Agnes de Dreuzy. Session 1: TuTh 2:10-3:25; Session 2: 11:10-12:35
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ENG 351: Chaucer and His Age I. Stephen Wright. TuTh 9:35-10:50
Approved electives:
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies. Frank Mantello. TuTh 11:10-12:25
  • SEM 381/681: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 331: Introduction to Syriac I. Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10-2:00

Graduate courses:
 
  • CL 701/LAW 508: History of Medieval Canon Law. Ken Pennington. TuTh 1:10-2:25
  • CL 728N/TRS 728N: Medieval Papacy: Gregorian Reform Movement to The Great Schism. Ken Pennington. W 3:10-5:40
  • CLAS 572: Mediterranean World of Late Antiquity. William Klingshirn. TuTh 2:10-3:25
  • ENG 621: History of the English Language. Lilla Kopár. Tu 2:10-4:40
  • ENG 656: Alliterative Poetry of the 14th Century. Stephen Wright. W 3:10-5:40
  • GR 705: Patristic Seminar. William McCarthy. MWF 6:10-7:00
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization I. Jennifer Paxton. Tu 3:10-5:00
  • HIST 802/ENG 842: The World and Works of the Venerable Bede. Joshua Westgard. Th 5:10-7:00
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies. Frank Mantello. TuTh 11:10-12:25
  • PHIL 761: Aquinas and the De anima. Kevin White. TBD
  • PHIL 895: Aquinas on the Categories of Being. Gregory Doolan. TBD
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I. Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10-2:00
  • SEM 681: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 781: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. TuTh 11:10-12:25
  • TRS 748A: Byzantine Divine Liturgy. Mark Morozowich. TBD
  • TRS 823: Topics in Medieval Church History: St. Bernard and the New Monasticism. Mark Clark. Th 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 827: Inaugural Sermons of Medieval Masters. Joshua Benson. TBD
  • TRS 835: The Moral Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas. William Mattison. TBD
  • TRS 846: Liturgies of Death and Dying. Michael Witczak. Tu 9:35-12:05
  • TRS 867D: Aquinas on the Incarnation and Passion of Christ. William Loewe. Tu 9:35-12:05
     

Spring 2012

Undergraduate courses:

Gateway course for majors and minors:

MDST 201/ENG 250: Medieval Pathways. Joan Grimbert, Jennifer Paxton, and Ken Pennington. TuTh 11:10-12:25.

(A) History and Social Structures
  • HIST 216A: Medieval Britain. Jennifer Paxton. MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • HIST 317: Medieval Italy. Katherine Jansen. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • HSHU 102: From Charlemagne to Chaucer. Ken Pennington. TuTh 3:35-4:50. [for Honors students only]
  • SEM 503/SEM 703: History of the Christian Near East: From the Formative Period to the Age of Justinian. Janet Timbie, Sidney Griffith. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
(B) Thought and Worship
  • PHIL 354.01/PHIL 602.01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Thérèse-Anne Druart. MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • PHIL 354.02/PHIL 602.02: History of Medieval Philosophy. Thérèse-Anne Druart. MWF 12:10-1:00.
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ART 335/ART 533/HIST 303B: Western Medieval Art and Architecture. Örgü Dalgiç. TuTh 12:35-1:50.
  • SEM 247/SEM 547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • SEM 546: Medieval Arabic Literature II. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • SPAN 326: Medieval Spain at the Crossroads of Cultures. Lourdes Maria Alvarez. [taught in English] TuTh 11:10-12:25.
Approved Electives
  • GR 201: Readings in New Testament Greek. Sarah B. Ferrario. MWF 12:10 - 01:00.
  • LAT 562.01: Topics in Medieval Latin Studies. Frank A.C. Mantello. TuTh 3:35-04:50.
  • SEM 242/SEM 542: Introduction to Classical and Quranic Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 10:10-11:00.
  • SEM 532: Introduction to Syriac II. Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10-2:00.


Graduate courses:

  • ART 533/ART 335/HIST 303B: Western Medieval Art and Architecture. Örgü Dalgiç. TuTh 12:35-1:50.
  • CL 702: Seminar: Sources of Medieval Law. Ken Pennington. W 10:10-12:00.
  • CL 760: The History of Roman Law in the Middle Ages. Ken Pennington. TuTh 1:10-2:25.
  • ECST 732: Seminar: Asceticism after Chalcedon. Philip Rousseau TuTh 2:10–3:25.
  • ENG 853: Seminar: Medieval Monsters. Lilla Kopár. M 3:10-5:40.
  • GR 504/201: Readings in New Testament Greek. Sarah B. Ferrario. MWF 12:10 - 01:00.
  • HIST 610: Medieval Civilization II. Katherine Jansen. Tu 3:35-5:25.
  • HIST 649A: Readings in Medieval England. Jennifer Paxton. M 5:10-7:00
  • HIST 822: Seminar: Sources for Medieval Italy. Katherine Jansen. Th 3:35-5:25. [Reading knowledge of Latin required.]
  • LAT 562.01: Topics in Medieval Latin Studies. Frank A.C. Mantello. TuTh 3:35-04:50.
  • LAT 705.01 Patristic Seminar: Literary Culture of Late Roman Aquitaine. John F. Petruccione. TuTh 02:10-3:25.
  • LAT 734.01: Latin Paleography II. Frank A.C. Mantello. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • PHIL 602.01/PHIL 354.01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Thérèse-Anne Druart. MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • PHIL 602.02/PHIL 354.02: History of Medieval Philosophy. Thérèse-Anne Druart. MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • PHIL 769: Aquinas and His Contemporaries on Conscience and Prudence. Tobias Hoffmann. Th 6:35-8:25.
  • PHIL 819-01: Aquinas's Treatise on the Passions of the Soul (Summa Theologiae I-II, QQ.22-48). Kevin White. Th 6:10-8:00.
  • PHIL 881: Aquinas on the Divine Ideas. Gregory Doolan. M 2:10 - 4:00.
  • SEM 503/SEM 703: History of the Christian Near East: From the Formative Period to the Age of Justinian. Janet Timbie, Sidney Griffith. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • SEM 532: Introduction to Syriac II. Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • SEM 682: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • SEM 782: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • SEM 542/SEM 242: Introduction to Classical and Quranic Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 10:10-11:00.
  • SEM 546: Medieval Arabic Literature II. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • SEM 547/SEM 247: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • TRS 761F: Thomas Aquinas on the Triune God. Nicholas Lombardo. M 9:10-11:40.
  • TRS 866E: Justification and Grace: Debates and Dialogues. Michael Root. Th 9:35-12:05.
     
 

Fall 2011

Undergraduate courses:
 
MDST 451: Senior Seminar.  Lilla Kopár. [For MBS seniors only]
 
(A) History and Social Structures
  • HIST 235A: The Medieval World.  Katherine Jansen.  MWF 2:10-3
  • HSHU 101: Jesus to Muhammad: The Early Christians in the Mediterranean World.  William Klingshirn.  TTH 9:35-10:50 [For Honors students only. Acceptable as gateway course.]
(B) Thought and Worship
  • TRS 220: The Church Through the Ages: From Paul to Luther.  Agnes de Dreuzy.  TTH 11:10-12:25 or 2:10-3:25
(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions
  • ART 347: Northern Renaissance Art: From Van Eyck to Bruegel.  Katharina Kaliardos.  TTH 12:35-1:50
  • ART 368/668: Michelangelo, Leonardo, and Raphael.  Jill Pederson. MW 2:10-3:25
  • ART 390/590, CLAS 390/590, HIST 303A: A World Filled with Gods: Pagan, Jewish, Christian and Muslim Art in Late Antiquity.  Orgu Dalgic.  W 4:10-6:40
  • ENG 352: Chaucer and His Age II. Lilla Kopár. TTH 11:10-12:25
  • ENG 502: Introduction to Old English II. Lilla Kopár. TH 2:10-4:40
  • FREN 250: King Arthur in Literature and the Arts.  Joan T. Grimbert. TTH 2:10-3:25
  • MUS 325: History of Music I.  Andrew Weaver.  TTH 11:10-12:25.
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 12:10-1.  [Open to graduate students, juniors and seniors]
  • SEM 545: Medieval Arabic Literature.  Shawqi Talia.  TTH 9:35-10:50.  [Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor.]
Approved Electives
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies.  Frank Mantello.  MWF 2:10-3
  • SEM 241/541: Introduction to Classical and Quranic Arabic.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 10:10-11:00
  • SEM 511: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew.  TBA.  MWF 10:10-11.
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I.  Monica Blanchard.  MWF 1:10-2.
 
Graduate courses:
 
  • ART 368/668: Michelangelo, Leonardo, Raphael.  Jill Pederson. MW 2:10-3:25
  • ART390/590, CLAS 390/590, HIST 303A: A World Filled with Gods: Pagan, Jewish, Christian and Muslim Art in Late Antiquity.  Orgu Dalgic.  W 4:10-6:40
  • CL xxx (no number yet)/STRS 728N: Seminar on the Medieval Papacy.  Ken Pennington. W 3:10-5:40.
  • ECST 781: The Sixth Century: End or Beginning?  Philip Rousseau.  TTH 11:10 – 12:25
  • ENG 502: Introduction to Old English II. Lilla Kopár. TH 2:10-4:40
  • GR 705: Patristic Seminar: Gregory of Nazianzus. William McCarthy.  MWF 6:10-7:00
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization I: The Historiography of the Early Middle Ages.  Jennifer Paxton.  T 3:10-5:00
  • HIST 692: Medieval Italy.  Katherine Jansen.  M 4:10-6:00
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies.  Frank Mantello.  MWF 2:10-3:00
  • LAT 733: Latin Paleography I.  Frank Mantello.  MWF 10:10-11:00
  • Law 507/CL 701:  History of Canon Law.  Ken Pennington.  MW 10:10-11:35
  • PHIL 754: The Problem of Evil in Neo-Platonism.  Matthias Vorwerk.  F 12:10-2:00 
  • PHIL 787: Averroes and Aquinas on the Intellect.  Therese-Anne Druart. W 4:10-6:00
  • PHIL 791: The Thought of William of Ockham.  Timothy Noone. W 6:10-8:00
  • PHIL 842: Thomas Aquinas Speaks of God.  John Wippel.  M 4:10-6:00
  • SEM 511: Introduction to Biblical Hebrew.  TBA.  MWF 10:10-11:00
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I.  Monica Blanchard.  MWF 1:10-2:00
  • SEM 241/541: Introduction to Classical and Quranic Arabic.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 10:10-11:00
  • SEM 545: Medieval Arabic Literature.  Shawqi Talia.  TTH 9:35-10:50.  [Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor.]
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 12:10-1:00  [Open to graduate students, juniors and seniors.]
  • SEM 681: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 741: Seminar in Arabic.  Shawqi Talia.  T 4:10-6:00  [Prerequisite: Approval of Instructor.]
  • SEM 781: Readings in Coptic. Instructor: Janet Timbie. TTh 11:10-12:25  [Prerequisite: SEM 681 and 682, or equivalent.]
  • TRS 727: Introduction to Medieval Theology. Joshua Benson. W 3:35-6:05
  • TRS 742A: The Liturgical Year.  Mark Morozowich.  W 9:10-11:40
  • TRS 743E: Liturgies of Christian Marriage.  Michael Witczak.  M 1:10-3:00  [Prerequisite: Working knowledge of Latin.]
  • TRS 750A:  Classics in Christian Spirituality, Part One.  James Wiseman.  Th 2:10-4:00
  • TRS 754: The Franciscan Tradition.  Regis Armstrong.  MWF 9:10-10:00

 

Spring 2011

Undergraduate courses:

Gateway course

MDST 201(=ENG 250): Medieval Pathways.  Jennifer Davis with Joan Grimbert, Scott Johnson, and Jennifer Paxton.  TTH 11:10-12:25.

(A) History and Social Structures

  • HIST 216: After the 'Fall' of Rome.  Philip Rousseau and Jennifer Davis.  MWF 11:10-12:00.
  • HIST 380A: Medieval Ireland.  Jennifer Paxton.  MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • HSHU 102: From Charlemagne to Chaucer.  Claudia Bornholdt.  TTH 12:35-1:50. [honors students only]
  • SEM 505/705: History of Christians in the Islamic Near East. Sidney Griffith.  TTH 9:35-10:50.

(B) Thought and Worship

  • PHIL 305: Metaphysics [of Thomas Aquinas].  Gregory Doolan.  MWF 9:10-10.
  • PHIL 354: History of Medieval Philosophy.  Thérèse-Anne Druart. MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • TRS 367A: Unity and Diversity: Theology in the Middle Ages. Joshua Benson. TTH 2:10-3:25.

(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions

  • ART 301/501/HIST 308B/605A/MDST 310/MDST 610: Splendors of Byzantium: Art and Culture of the Empire, 330-1453.  Örgü Dalgiç.  F 10:10-12:40.
  • ENG 347: Christian Literary Traditions: Burning Words.  Daniel Gibbons. TTH 3:35-4:50.
  • ENG 352: Chaucer and His Age II.  Todd Lidh.
  • ENG 353: Chaucer and the Italians.  Steve Wright.  (Off-campus: CUA in Rome.)
  • FREN 515/ ENG 515: Courtly/Uncourtly: Medieval French Lays and Fabliaux.  Joan Tasker Grimbert.  TTH 2:10-3:25.
  • GR 534:  Greek Historical Writing.  Sarah Ferrario.  T 11:10-12:25 and 2:10-3:25.  (Prerequisite: 2+ years college level Greek.  This course will be taught in parallel with a course offered by Leonora Neville at the Univ. of Wisconsin.)
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • SEM 546: Arabic Literature II.  Shawqi Talia.  TTH 9:35-10:50.
  • SP 511: Medieval Spain: Myth and Archive.  Lourdes Alvarez.  T 3:35-6:05.

Approved Electives

  • SEM 242/542: Introduction to Classical and Quranic Arabic.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 10:10-11:00 (with TTH drilling sessions TBD)
  • SEM 532: Introduction to Syriac II.  Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10pm-2:00.

  

Graduate courses:

  • ART 301/501/ HIST 308B/605A/MDST 310/610: Splendors of Byzantium: Art and Culture of the Empire, 330-1453.  Örgü Dalgic.  F 10:10-12:40.
  • CL 740/Law 508:  History of Roman Law from the Ancient World until the 18th Century.  Ken Pennington.  Th 2:10-4:40.
  • CL 702:  Sources of Medieval Roman, Canon and Feudal Law.  Ken Pennington.  Th 10:10-12:00.
  • CL 714/TRS 727F:  History of Church Councils:  Nicaea to Trent.  Ken Pennington.  T 1:10-3:40.
  • ENG 651: Old English Poetry.  Lilla Kopár.  TTH 9:35-10:50.
  • FREN 515/ ENG 515: Courtly/Uncourtly: Medieval French Lays and Fabliaux.  Joan Tasker Grimbert.  TTH 2:10-3:25.
  • GR 534:  Greek Historical Writing.  Sarah Ferrario.  T 11:10-12:25 and 2:10-3:25.  (Prerequisite: 2+ years college level Greek.  This course will be taught in parallel with a course offered by Leonora Neville at the Univ. of Wisconsin.)
  • HIST 610: Medieval Civilization II.  Jennifer Paxton.  W 3:10-5.
  • HIST 620A: “Late Antiquity”, East and West.  Philip Rousseau.  Th 3:35-6:00.
  • HIST 805: Medieval England.  Jennifer Paxton.  M 5:10-7:00.
  • LAT 642: Medieval Latin Seminar: Carolingian Education.  John Petruccione. T 6:35-7:50, Th 2:10-3:25. (Prerequisite: 2+ years of college level Latin.)
  • PHIL 671: Medieval and Contemporary Theories of Virtue.  Tobias Hoffmann.  Th 5:35-7:25.
  • SEM 505/705: History of Christians in the Islamic Near East.  Sidney Griffith.  TTH 9:35-10:50.
  • SEM 532: Introduction to Syriac II.  Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10pm-2:00.
  • SEM 242/542: Introduction to Classical and Quranic Arabic.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 10:10-11:00 (with TTH drilling sessions TBD).
  • SEM 546: Arabic Literature II.  Shawqi Talia.  TTH 9:35-10:50.
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation.  Shawqi Talia.  MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • SEM 632: Syriac Literature.  Sidney Griffith.  TTH 2:10-3:25.
  • SEM 642: Islamic and Christian Arabic.  Sidney Griffith.  TTH 12:35-1:50.
  • SEM 682: Introduction to Coptic Studies.  Janet Timbie.  MWF 12:10-1:00. (Prerequisite: SEM 681 or equivalent.)
  • SEM 782: Reading in Coptic.  Janet Timbie.  TTH 11-12:30. (Prerequisite: SEM 781 or equivalent.)
  • SEM 804: Introduction to Classical Armenian.  Monica Blanchard.  MWF 5:10-6:00.
  • SP 511: Medieval Spain: Myth and Archive.  Lourdes Alvarez.  T 3:35-6:05.
  • PHIL 730: Aquinas's Metaphysics of Creation in the De Potentia.  Gregory Doolan.  W 2:10-4:00.
  • PHIL 766: Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas II.  John Wippel. M 4:10-6:00.  (Prerequisite: Phil 765: Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas I.)
  • TRS 727G: Medieval Exegesis.  Joshua C. Benson.  T 9:35-12:05.
  • TRS 744 Eucharist: A Liturgical Theology.  Michael G. Witczak. W 1:10-3:40.
  • TRS 748A: Byzantine Divine Liturgy.  Mark Morozowich.  M 1:10-3:40.
  • TRS 750B: Classics in Christian Spirituality II.   James Wiseman.  M 12:10-2:40.
  • TRS 754B: Mystical Theology: Three Pivotal Texts of Bonaventure.  Regis Armstrong.  W 12:10-2:40.
  • TRS 835: The Moral Theology of St. Thomas Aquinas.  William C. Mattison.  Th 2:10-4:40.
  • TRS 846: Sources of the Ordo Missae.  Michael G. Witczak. Th 9:10-11:40.
  • TRS 867D: Aquinas on the Incarnation and Passion.  William Loewe.  W 3:10-5:40.

 

Fall 2010

Undergraduate courses:

(A) History and Social Structures

  • CLAS 321/521: Numismatic Workshop. William Klingshirn. Tuesday 2:10-3:25pm. [No Greek or Latin required.]
  • HIST 235A: Medieval Civilization. Jennifer Davis. MWF 11:10-12:00.

(B) Thought and Worship

  • TRS 220: The Church through the Ages: From St Paul to Luther. TBA. TuTh 11:10-12:25 or 12:35-1:50.

(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions

  • ART 341/574: Islamic Art and Architecture. Örgu Dalgic. W 1:10-3:40.
  • ENG 312: Norse Mythology. Lilla Kopár. TuTh 11:10-12:25.
  • ENG 351: Chaucer and His Age I. Stephen Wright. TuTh 2:20-3:25.
  • FREN 509: Old French. Joan Grimbert. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • SEM 245/545: Arabic Literature I. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00.

Approved Electives

  • GR 509: Intensive Elementary Greek. Louise Mundstock. MWF 1:10-3:00. (6 credits)
  • SEM 241/541: Introduction to Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 10:10-11:00. [Prerequisite: dept. consent.]
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I. Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10-2:00.

Graduate courses:

  • ART 341/574: Islamic Art and Architecture. Örgu Dalgic. W 1:10-3:40.
  • CL 701/LAW 507: History of Canon Law. Ken Pennington. MW 10:10-11:25.
  • CLAS 521: Numismatic Workshop. William Klingshirn. Th 2:10-3:25. [Requires 2 years of Greek or Latin.]
  • CLAS 619/HIST 618A: Greek Historical Writing I. Sarah Ferrario. Tu 2:10-4:50.
  • ENG 621: History of the English Language. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • ENG 754: Chaucer's Troilus and Minor Poems. Stephen Wright. W 6:10-8:30.
  • FREN 509: Old French. Joan Grimbert. TuTh 2:10-3:25.
  • GR 509: Intensive Elementary Greek. Louise Mundstock. MWF 1:10-3:00. (6 credits)
  • GR 705: Patristic Seminar: Clement of Alexandria. William McCarthy. MWF 3:10-4:00. [Requires 2 years of Greek and GR 511 or equivalent.]
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization I: The Historiography of the Early Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis. W 3:10-5:00.
  • HIST 611A: Problems in Carolingian History. Jennifer Davis. M 3:10-5:00.
  • HIST 640: Later Medieval England. Jennifer Paxton. Th 5:10-7:00.
  • PHIL 640: Habits and Virtues in Aquinas. Angela McKay Knobel. Th 5:35-7:25.
  • PHIL 765: Metaphysical Themes in Thomas Aquinas, Part I. John Wippel.
  • PHIL 797: The Metaphysics of John Duns Scotus. Tim Noone. Th 3:35-5:25. [Knowledge of Latin recommended.]
  • PHIL 816: The Confessions of Augustine. Kevin White. W 6:10-8:00.
  • SEM 241/541: Introduction to Arabic. Shawqi Talia. MWF 10:10-11:00. [Prerequisite: dept. consent.]
  • SEM 245/545: Arabic Literature I. Shawqi Talia. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • SEM 531: Introduction to Syriac I. Monica Blanchard. MWF 1:10-2:00.
  • SEM 681: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 12:10-1:00.
  • SEM 803: Introduction to Classical Armenian. Monica Blanchard. MWF 5:10-6:00.
  • TRS 650A: Introduction to the History of Christian Spirituality. Regis Armstrong.
  • TRS 650C: Eastern Spirituality. Seely J. Beggiani.
  • TRS 721: Principles of Patristic Exegesis. Tarmo Toom.
  • TRS 741A: Liturgy: Theological and Historical Perspectives. Dominic Serra.
  • TRS 747A: The Cult of Saints in Liturgical Practice. Michael Witczak. Tu 2:10-4:30.
  • TRS 750A: Classics Spirituality. James Wiseman.
  • TRS 823E: Medieval Christology. Joshua Benson.
  • TRS 830E: Ethics and Politics in St. Augustine. Joseph Capizzi.
  • TRS 844: Penance in the First Millennium. Mark Morozowich.
  • TRS 846: Liturgies of Death and Dying. Michael Witczak. W 1:10-3:30.

 

Spring 2010

Undergraduate courses:

MDST 201 (=ENG 250): Medieval Pathways [gateway course for majors and minors]. Lilla Kopár, Claudia Bornholdt, Shialing Kwa, Denis Obermeyer. TTH 12:35-1:50

(A) History and Social Structures

  • CLAS 572: Mediterranean World of Late Antiquity. W. E. Klingshirn. TTH 11:10-12:25
  • HIST 236a: The World of the Crusades. Leonora Neville. MWF 10:10-11:00
  • HIST 313A: Charlemagne and the Birth of Europe. Jennifer Davis. TTH, 2:10-3:25
  • HSHU 102: From Charlemagne to Chaucer. Katherine Jansen. TTH 12:35-1:50 [honors students only]
  • SEM 503/703: History of the Christian Near East: From the Formative?Period to the Age of Justinian. Sidney Griffith and Janet Timbie. TTH 9:35-10:50

(B) Thought and Worship

  • PHIL 354-01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese-Anne Druart. [reserved for majors in Philosophy and MBS]
  • TRS 324A: Women in Christian Tradition. Susan Wessel. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • TRS 344: Liturgies of Eastern Churches. Seely J. Beggiani. MWF 11:10-12:00
  • TRS 356A: Francis and Clare. Joshua Benson. TTH 3:35-4:50

(C) Cultural and Artistic Expressions

  • ART 335/533: Western Medieval Art and Architecture. Orgu Dalgic. W 1:10-3:40
  • ENG 352: Chaucer and His Age II. Steve Wright. TTH 2:10-3:25
  • ENG 509: The Medieval Book: An Introduction to Manuscripts and Manuscript Culture. Steve Wright. M 4:10-6:40
  • SEM 246/546: Arabic Literature II. Shawqi Talia. TTH 9:35-10:50
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00

Approved Electives

  • GR 541: Introduction to Later Greek Language and Literature. [Byzantine Greek literature]. TBA.
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies. F.A.C. Mantello. MWF 11:10-12:00

 

Graduate courses:

  • CL 702/TRS 529A: Research Seminar: The Sources of Law from the Eleventh to the Fifteenth Centuries. Ken Pennington
  • CL 760/LAW 508: European legal history. Ken Pennington
  • CLAS 572: Mediterranean World of Late Antiquity. W. E. Klingshirn. TTH 11:10-12:25
  • ENG 509: The Medieval Book: An Introduction to Manuscripts and Manuscript Culture. Steve Wright. M 4:10-6:40
  • ENG 843: Seminar: Beowulf. Lilla Kopár. Tue 4:10-6:40
  • GR 541: Introduction to Later Greek Language and Literature. [Byzantine Greek literature]. TBA.
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization II. Katherine Jansen. W 3:10-5:00
  • HIST 612A: Archaeology for the Medieval Historian. Jennifer Davis. T 5:10-7:00
  • HIST 621: Introduction to Byzantine History. Leonora Neville. M 3:10-5:00
  • HIST 805: Narrative Sources in Medieval England. Jennifer Paxton. TH 5:10-7:00
  • LAT 561: Introduction to Medieval Latin Studies. F.A.C. Mantello. MWF 11:10-12:00
  • LAT 733: Latin Paleography I. F.A.C. Mantello. MWF 3:10-4:00
  • PHIL 602-01: History of Medieval Philosophy. Therese-Anne Druart.
  • PHIL 727: Aquinas on Pleasure. Kevin White. [with permission only]
  • PHIL 789: Thomas Aquinas, Radical Aristotelianism, and the Paris Condemnations of 1270 and 1277. John F. Wippel.
  • SEM 246/546: Arabic Literature II. Shawqi Talia. TTH 9:35-10:50
  • SEM 247/547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00
  • SEM 503/703: History of the Christian Near East: From the Formative?Period to the Age of Justinian. Sidney Griffith and Janet Timbie. TTH 9:35-10:50
  • TRS 720D: Augustine: The Confessions. Tarmo Toom. T 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 727: Introduction to Medieval Theology. Joshua Benson. TH 9:35-12:05
  • TRS 727B: Formation of Orthodoxy. Susan Wessel. W 9:10-11:40
  • TRS 740: Liturgical Sources. Dominic E. Serra. TH 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 742b: Liturgy of the Hours. Dominic E. Serra. T 2:10-4:40
  • TRS 744a: Death and Dying: A liturgical theology. Michael Witczak. TH 9:35-12:05
  • TRS 750B: Classics in Christian Spirituality II. James Wiseman. M 12:10-2:40
  • TRS 754D: Franciscan Tradition of Spirituality. Regis Armstrong. W 1:10-3:40

 

Fall 2009

Undergraduate courses:

  • ART 211: History of Art: Prehistoric-Middle Ages. Opher Mansour. T-Th 12:35-1:50.
  • ART 321: Venetian Renaissance Art. Opher Mansour. Tue 3:35-5:50.
  • CLAS 205: History of the Ancient Mediterranean I. William Klingshirn. TuTh 9:35-10:50.
  • CLAS 325: Archeology of Ancient Life. Sabine Albersmeier. MTh 6:10-7:25
  • ENG 351: Chaucer and His Age I. Steve Wright. TTR 2:10-3:25
  • ENG 356: Arthurian Literature. Steve Wright. TTR 11:10-12:25
  • ENG 501: Introduction to Old English. Lilla Kopár. M 4:00-6:30. [Undergraduates allowed with instructor's permission.]
  • HIST 235A: The Medieval World. Jennifer Davis, MWF 11:10-12:00
  • HIST 309: The Rise of Islam. Leonora Neville & Sidney Griffith, TuTh 12:35-1:50
  • LAT 529: Roman Elegy. John Petruccione. TuTh 3:35-4:50
  • PHIL 305: Metaphysics [an overview of Thomistic metaphysics]. Gregory Doolan.
  • SEM 545: Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TTH 9:35-10:50 [Open to qualified students of Arabic, graduates and undergraduates. Dept. consent required.]
  • SEM 547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00 [Open to graduates and undergraduates (juniors and seniors).]
  • TRS 220: Medieval Church History from Paul to Luther. Ken Pennington. MW 3:10-4:25

Graduate courses:

  • CL 701/Law 507: The History of Canon Law. Ken Pennington. MW 10:10-11:25
  • ENG 501: Introduction to Old English. Lilla Kopár. M 4:00-6:30. [Undergraduates allowed with instructor's permission.]
  • ENG 754: Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Steve Wright. W 4:10-6:40
  • GR 655: Survey of Greek Literature. William McCarthy. MWF 3:10-4:00
  • GR 705: Patristic Seminar (Basil and the Hexaemeral Literature). William McCarthy. MWF 6:10-7:00
  • HIST 609: Medieval Civilization I: The Historiography of the Early Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis, W 3:10-5:00.
  • HIST 617A: Anglo Norman England. Jennifer Paxton. Th 5:10-7:00.
  • HIST 679: Latin Hagiography of the Later Middle Ages. Katherine L. Jansen. Tue 5:00-7:00 [ Reading knowledge of Latin required.]
  • HIST 694A: Readings in Early Islamic History. Leonora Neville, Th 3:10-5:00
  • HIST 844: The Political History of the Middle Ages. Jennifer Davis, M 5:10-7:00. [Reading knowledge of Latin required.]
  • LAT 529: Roman Elegy. John Petruccione. TuTh 3:35-4:50
  • PHIL 870: Avicenna's Metaphysics. Therese-Anne Druart.
  • PHIL 895: Aquinas on the Categories of Being. Gregory Doolan.
  • SEM 545: Medieval Arabic Literature. Shawqi Talia. TTH 9:35-10:50 [Open to qualified students of Arabic, graduates and undergraduates. Dept. consent required.]
  • SEM 547: Arabic Literature in Translation. Shawqi Talia. MWF 12:10-1:00 [Open to graduates and undergraduates (juniors and seniors).]
  • SEM 681: Introduction to Coptic Studies. Janet Timbie. MWF 11:10-12:00
  • SEM 781: Readings in Coptic. Janet Timbie. TTh 11:10-12:25 [Prereq. SEM 681 or equivalent]
  • TRS 743A: Liturgical Year. Mark Morozowich.

Please note that the charts below are not complete. For a full list of courses see the above section.

Course Schedule
for Medieval and Byzantine Studies

Fall Semester 2014 | Spring Semester 2015

Fall Semester 2014

Course Sec Location Day Time Instructor
ENG 342
8/25 - 12/13
History of the English Language (3 cr.) 
01  MARI 131
Wed   Aug 25 - Dec 13 2:10 pm
- 4:40 pm
Kopar, L.
GR 101
8/25 - 12/13
Elementary Greek I (4 cr.) 
01  MCMA 304
Mon Tues Wed Thurs   Aug 25 - Dec 13 8:10 am
- 9:00 am
Hunt, L.
GR 103
8/25 - 12/13
Intermediate Greek I (3 cr.) 
01  MCGIV 108
Mon Wed Fri   Aug 25 - Dec 13 2:10 pm
- 3:00 pm
Stouraiti, M.
HIST 235
8/25 - 12/13
Medieval World (3 cr.) 
01  CROU 140
Mon Wed   Aug 25 - Dec 13 2:10 pm
- 3:25 pm
Jansen, K.
HIST 609
8/25 - 12/13
Medieval Civilization I (3 cr.) 
01  MARI 132
Tues   Aug 25 - Dec 13 3:40 pm
- 6:10 pm
Davis, J.
LAT 509
8/25 - 12/13
Intensive Elementary Latin (6 cr.) 
01  MARI 207
Mon Wed Fri   Aug 25 - Dec 13 9:15 am
- 10:55 am
Kirsch, K.
LAT 511
8/25 - 12/13
Latin Prose Composition (3 cr.) 
01  MCMA 304
Mon Wed   Aug 25 - Dec 13 12:40 pm
- 1:55 pm
Mantello, F.
MDST 496A
8/25 - 12/13
Senior Seminar (1 cr.) 
01  TBA
  Aug 25 - Dec 13 TBA
Kopar, L.
MDST 592
8/25 - 12/13
Directed Readings in Medieval and Byzantine Studies - Masters (3 cr.) 
01  TBA
  Aug 25 - Dec 13 TBA
TBA
MDST 792
8/25 - 12/13
Directed Readings in Medieval and Byzantine Studies - Doctoral (3 cr.) 
01  TBA
  Aug 25 - Dec 13 TBA
Kopar, L.
MDST 996
8/25 - 12/13
Dissertation Guidance - Doctoral (1 cr.) 
01  TBA
  Aug 25 - Dec 13 TBA
TBA
TRS 665A
8/25 - 12/13
Basic Principles of Latin Canon Law (3 cr.) 
01  MCGIV 014
Mon Wed   Aug 25 - Dec 13 9:40 am
- 10:55 am
Bauer, N.


Spring Semester 2015

Course Sec Location Day Time Instructor
MDST 201
1/12 - 5/09
Medieval Pathways (3 cr.) 
01  TBA
Wed   Jan 12 - May 09 2:10 pm
- 3:25 pm
Kopar, L.
    MCMA 312
Fri   Jan 12 - May 09 2:10 pm
- 5:00 pm
Kopar, L.
MDST 496B
1/12 - 5/09
Senior Seminar (2 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
Kopar, L.
MDST 696
1/12 - 5/09
Master's Thesis Guidance (1 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
MDST 698A
1/12 - 5/09
Master's Comprehensive Examination (w/Classes) (0 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
MDST 698B
1/12 - 5/09
Master's Comprehensive Examination (w/o Classes) (1 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
MDST 792
1/12 - 5/09
Directed Readings in Medieval and Byzantine Studies - Doctoral (3 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
MDST 996
1/12 - 5/09
Dissertation Guidance - Doctoral (1 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
MDST 998A
1/12 - 5/09
Doctoral Comprehensive Examination (w/Classes) (0 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
MDST 998B
1/12 - 5/09
Doctoral Comprehensive Examination (w/o Classes) (1 cr.) 
01  NO RM ASSN
  Jan 12 - May 09 TBA
TBA
PHIL 354
1/12 - 5/09
History of Medieval Philosophy (3 cr.) 
01  NBIO 159
Tues Thurs   Jan 12 - May 09 9:40 am
- 10:55 am
Druart, T.
SEM 547
1/12 - 5/09
Arabic Literature in Translation (3 cr.) 
01  SHAH 205
Mon Wed Fri   Jan 12 - May 09 12:40 pm
- 1:30 pm
Talia, S.
TRS 620
1/12 - 5/09
Introduction to Patristic Theology (3 cr.) 
01  NBIO 159
Tues Thurs   Jan 12 - May 09 11:10 am
- 12:25 pm
Toom, T.