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Premodern Studies

Course Offering

Fall 2024

  • ARTH 120/HIST 125 Keeping up with the Medicis, MWF 9:15-10:20 (Core: Advanced Writing)
  • ENGL 141 Medieval Literature, MWF 2:15-3:20 (Core: RTC2)
  • HIST 75/175 Natives and Newcomers: Early North America, TuTh 2-3:40 (Core: Diversity US Perspectives)
  • HIST 97 Middle East, MWF 9:15-10:20 (Core: C&I3)
  • HIST 146A Medieval and Early Modern Japan, TuTh 2-3:40 (Core: C&I3)
  • HIST 186 California, MWF 10:30-11:35 (Core: Civic Engagement, Diversity US Perspectives)
  • MUSC 142 Concert Choir, MW 5:10-6:20 (Core: Arts)
  • MUSC 143 Chamber Singers, TuTh 3:50-5:30 (Core: Arts)
  • PHIL 14 History of Western Philosophy: Classical and Medieval, MWF 11:45-12:50
  • RSOC 7 South Asian Religious Traditions, MWF 2:15-3:20 (Core: RTC1)
  • SCTR 19 Religions of the Book, MWF 2:15-3:20 (Core: RTC1)
  • TESP 79/WGST 48 Women in the Christian Tradition, TuTh 8:30-10:10 (Core: RTC2)
  • THTR 120 Acting Styles: Shakespeare, MW 3:30-5:10


Other Options

MRST 199 Independent Study
Directed reading and research in source materials and secondary works dealing with selected problems rooted in the Medieval and/or Renaissance periods, culminating in an interdisciplinary paper. Prerequisite: Permission of program director and instructor. (2-5 units)

Note: In addition to the courses listed above, certain sections of Cultures & Ideas 11A and 12A may be applied to the Minor. Many departments offer occasional special topics, directed reading/directed research, and seminar courses on Medieval and Renaissance topics. Students should consult with the program director to determine the applicability of these to the Minor, as well as courses taken at other institutions while studying abroad.