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Medieval and Early Modern Studies

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The certificate in Medieval and Early Modern Studies, also known as MEMS is an interdisciplinary program spanning the years c. 300 to 1800 CE with a focus on the geography, cultures, and the intellectual traditions of Europe. At the same time, the program is predicated on an awareness that Europe did not exist in isolation and must be studied in broader context, with attention to its environs, colonies, trade routes, and to sources of artistic, intellectual, and theological inspirations outside of its geographical boundaries. The program includes offerings from seven different departments: Anthropology, Art History, English, Languages, History, Music, Philosophy and Religion.

Director

Maria Maurer, Assistant Professor of Art History

Advisory Board

Jon Arnold, Associate Professor of History
Matt Drever, Associate Professor of Religion
Lars Engle, Professor of English
Laura Stevens, Associate Professor of English


Medieval and Early Modern Studies Certificate

Designed for the student who wants to focus on the geography, cultures, and the intellectual traditions of Europe.


Medieval and Early Modern Studies Minor

Designed to compliment a degree in Anthropology, Art History, English, Languages, History, Music, Philosophy and Religion.