Spring 2023 Graduate Courses
Courses accepted for credit toward the MA degree in Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Course listings change often, please check departmental websites, as well as this page, to confirm courses.
As the situation surrounding COVID-19 develops please check https://covid19.columbia.edu/ for updates from the University's COVID-19 Taskforce.
The department of Art History and Archaeology requires students to apply for registration in certain courses please see the department website for more information.
Sacred Space in South Asia
***Interested students should email Prof. Bryda ([email protected]) with a short paragraph expressing their relevant coursework and reasons for taking the course
Drawing as Gesture
Ifriqiya: Graduate Travel Seminar in Spring 2023
*Note that the application is due by November 28. Questions can be sent electronically to Avinoam Shalem, Riggio Professor of the Arts of Islam ([email protected]), and Claire Dillon, PhD candidate and course coordinator and excursion manager ([email protected]). Deadline Monday, 11:59pm November 28th. ‘Ifriqiya: Art and Architecture of Tunisia’ application form
Renaissance in Europe II
Advanced Old English
Mysticism and Medieval Drama
Cultures of Reading Early Modern Europe
Cosmology in Medieval Literature
Making and Knowing in Early Modern Europe: Hands-On History
The Jewish Book in the Early Modern World
P. M. Tommasino
Dante’s Divina Commedia 2
Directed Individual Readings
MA Thesis I
MA Thesis II
Historical Musicology: Middle Ages
The Culture of Kyivan Rus’
Students may take courses at the Union Theological Seminary and receive credit in the MedRen Program with the permission of the Instructor and Program Director. Please consult the UTS Course Directory and contact the MedRen Program Manager for more information.