MEDREN 2510 - "The Court of Charlemagne"
Description: Barbarian invasions, Dark Age church history, Charlemagne's campaigns to rebuild the Empire and thwart Muslim incursions, and the epics that relive it all
Time: WeFr 2:20PM - 3:40PM
Instructor: Sarah-Grace Heller (French and Italian)
Required Texts: TBD
MEDREN 2666, "Magic and Witchcraft"
In this interdisciplinary course, students will explore the history and culture of witchcraft and magic from ca. 400 to 1700 C.E. within sociological, religious, and intellectual contexts. As students gain basic knowledge of the history of witchcraft and magic during these periods (both actual practice and contemporary beliefs about that practice), they will develop some ability to understand why these practices and beliefs developed as they did and what societal and cultural needs drove them.
Time: MWF 10:20AM - 11:15AM
Room: Smith Lab 1009
Instructor: Sarah Iles Johnston (Classics)
MEDREN 4217, “Early Modern London: Urban Spaces and Popular Culture”
Description: Students explore the literature, urban space, and popular culture of London from the start of the Protestant Reformation in the 1520s up to the Great Fire of London in 1666 through varied primary sources and recent scholarship.
Time: TuTh 11:10AM - 12:30PM
Room: Hagerty Hall 455B
Instructor: Christopher Highley (English)
Required Texts: TBD
MEDREN 5610, "Manuscript Studies"
Description: An examination of the development of Latin book production from late antiquity to the Renaissance in the cultural context of the Middle Ages.
Class: 33608 (UG), 33609 (G)
Time: TuTh 2:20PM - 3:40PM
Room: Thompson Library 150A
Instructor: Eric Johnson (Rare Books), Leslie Lockett (English)
Required Texts: TBD
MEDREN 7899, "Medieval and Renaissance Colloquia"
Description: This course consists of 1 credit hour per semester for attending CMRS lectures, faculty colloquia and subsequent discussions or preceding "open forum" events. This will amount to: 4 1-hour+ CMRS lectures by visiting professors and at least 1 internal lecture, plus subsequent (or preceding) discussion sessions (total = approx. 3 hours per event); at least one lunch with visiting faculty member (2 hours); active involvement with MRGSA and its activities; and meetings with the Center director (one hour once per term). With permission of the Director other professional activities (e.g. attendance at appropriate conferences, on or off campus; other relevant lectures hosted by OSU units if CMRS colloquia are not scheduled) may be substituted.
Prereq: Grad standing. Repeatable to a maximum of 3 cr hrs. This course is graded S/U.
Time: Fri 4:00PM - 6:00PM
MEDREN 4193, 8193 – Individual Studies
Description: Students may register for individual directed study under this number for work not normally offered in courses.
Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. Repeatable to a maximum of 9 cr hrs or 3 completions. This course is graded S/U.
MEDREN 4998, 4998H, 4999, and 4999 - Undergraduate Research and Thesis Hours
If interested in enrolling in individual studies or research/thesis hours, please contact CMRS Associate Director and Student Advisor, Professor Leslie Lockett.
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*Enrollment open to graduate students, undergraduate students only with permission from the Center and the Graduate School. Attendance based upon lecture series schedule; see the CMRS Events webpage for more information.
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Barbarian invasions, Dark Age church history, Charlemagne's campaigns to rebuild the Empire and thwart Muslim incursions, and the epics that relive it all.
Prereq: Not open to students with credit for Medieval 210. GE culture and ideas and diversity global studies course.