Fall 2018 Undergraduate Courses

Departments

History of the Medieval Book: Manuscripts as Material Culture
Alison Beach
Medieval and Renaissance Studies GU4021

Women Painters in Europe
Michael Cole
Art History UN3313

Medieval Art I: Late Antiquity to Byzantium
Holger Klein
Art History GU4021

Tintoretto: 500 Years
Diane Bodart
Art History GU4531

Arts of Islam: Realignments of Empire and State (ca. 1000–1400)
Avinoam Shalem
Asian Humanities UN 2802

Western Theatrical Dance
Seth Williams
Dance BC3001

Society of Choson Korea
Jungwon Kim
History: East Asian GU4860

Gods, Ghosts and Ancestors
Robert Hymes
History: East Asian GU4881

Major English Texts I
Margaret Ellsberg
English BC3141

Chaucer Before Canterbury
Christopher Baswell
English BC3154

Shakespeare I
Peter Platt
English BC3163

17th Century Prose & Poetry
Achsah Guibbory
English BC3166

Shakespeare I
James Shapiro
English UN3335

English Prose Fiction in the Renaissance
Alan Stewart
English UN3406

Early American Ecologies
Branka Arsic
English UN3855

Tudor-Stuart Drama
Lauren Robertson
English GU4702

English Translations of the Bible
Davide Yerkes
English GU4793

Major French Texts I
Laurie Postlewate
French BC3021

The Scientific Revolution in Western Europe: 1500–1750
Matthew Jones
History UN2112

Latin American Civilization I
Caterina Pizzicori
History UN2660

Censorship and Freedom of Expression in Early Modern Europe
Elisheva Carlebach
History UN3120

Roman World in Late Antiquity
Giovanni Ruffini
History GU4010

Manuscripts of the Muslim World
Tunç Sen
History GU4743

Africa Before Colonialism: From Prehistory to the Birth of the Atlantic World
Mamadou Diouf
History: Middle East UN2915

Dante's Divina Commedia I
Teodolinda Barolini
GU4091 001 (Italian)
GU4091 002 (English)

Hispanic Cultures I: Islamic Spain through the Colonial Period
(Various Faculty)
Spanish UN3349 001 (Grieve) 002 (Basile) 003 (Acosta) 005 (Bentancor)

Medieval Spanish Literature
Jesús R. Velasco
Spanish UN3363

Early Christianity
Elizabeth Castelli
Religion UN3340

Western Theatre Traditions
William Worthen
Theatre UN3150