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Medieval Studies courses

The Medieval Studies Center is supported by the following departments; please check their websites for course descriptions.

Course descriptions are updated every semester. Please see department websites for descriptions; always check LOCUS for latest enrollment information. (Select "Medieval Studies" from the pull-down list in the "Interdisciplinary" window in LOCUS's search-criteria.)


Fall 2013:   

MSTU 300-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies) - Integrative Experience I. M 3:30PM-4:30PM. Room TBA at LSC. Instructor: Theresa Gross-Diaz

ENGL 320-093 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies) - English Literature: Medieval Period. TuTh 2:30PM - 3:45PM. Mundelein Center - Room: 404. Instructor: Edward Wheatley

HIST 314-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies) - Renaissance. MWF 11:30AM - 12:20PM. Crown Center - Room: 140. Instructor: John McManamon, S.J.

ITAL 312-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies, Rome Studies) - Dante: The Divine Comedy. Tu 4:15PM - 6:45PM. Mundelein Center - Room: 206. Instructor: Wiley Feinstein

ITAL 314-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies, Rome Studies) - Survey of 13th & 14th Century Literature. MWF 11:30AM - 12:20PM. Mundelein Center - Room: 403. Instructor: Sergio Corsi

THEO 371-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies) - Christianity Thought: Ancient - Medieval. MWF 9:20AM - 10:10AM. Mundelein Center - Room: 308. Instructor: Andrew Radde-Gallwitz

Spring 2014:   

MSTU 301-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies) - Integrative Experience II. Day, Time, Room TBA at LSC. Instructor: Thomas Greene

ENGL 322-076 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies) - Chaucer. TuTh 1:00PM - 1:15PM. Mundelein Center - Room: 204. Instructor: Allen Frantzen

ENGL 323-076 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies) - Studies in Medieval Literature. TuTh 2:30PM - 3:45PM. Cuneo Hall - Room: 203. Instructor: Edward Wheatley

HIST 329-001 (Class Attributes Medieval Studies) - England to 1485. Th 4:15PM - 6:45PM. Life Science Building - Room: 212. Instructor: Theresa Gross-Diaz

PHIL 305-001 / PHIL 407-001 (combined section) (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies) - Medieval Philosophy. Tu 4:15PM - 6:45PM. Information Commons - Room: 230. Instructor: Peter Hartman

PHIL 340-K02 (restricted to students of St. Joseph Seminary) (Class Attributes Medieval Studies, Catholic Studies) - Philsophy of St Thomas Aquinas. TTh 1:00PM - 2:15PM. Room TBA. Instructor: Henry Kricek


Recurrent opportunity: the Garden Internship   

Medieval Studies students interested in pursuing an internship relating to the Medieval Gardens should consult with Dr. Gross-Diaz and, with her approval, apply for the HIST 398 Undergraduate Internship. Interns work a minimum of 5 hours per week (75 hours in the term) in a position jointly agreed upon between the student and the Department of History's Internship Coordinator.


This page updated 19 October 2013 by jlong1@luc.edu

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