Medieval and Renaissance Courses at LSU

Courses for spring 2006
 

College of Arts and Sciences

ENGLISH:
ENG 2148  Intro to Shakespeare
Profs. William Demastes and Robert Hamm 

ENG 3020  British Literature I: The Middle Ages, Renaissance, & 18th c.
Profs. Jim Borck, Arthur Barnes, and Don Moore 

ENG 4711  History of English Language
Prof. Elisabeth Oliver 

ENG 4148  Studies in Shakespeare
1 – Shakespeare and Verdi
      Profs. Susannah Monta and Andreas Giger
2. – Shakespeare’s Villains
     Prof. Don Moore
3 – Shakespeare and Love & War
      Prof. Michelle Zerba 

ENG 7040  16th-Century Literature
Prof. Susannah Monta 

FRENCH:
FREN 4000  Old French and Medieval Literature
Prof. Alexandre Leupin 

HISTORY:
HIST 4006  History of the Christian Church
Prof. R Robert, Jr.

HIST 4091  China to 1600
Prof. John Henderson

HIST 7922  Reading Seminar in European History to 1650
Prof. Christine Kooi

LATIN:
LATN 4006  Medieval and Renaissance Latin
Prof. Sylvia Parsons

POLITICAL SCIENCE:
POLI 4082  History of Political Theory from Machiavelli to Nietzsche
Prof. James Stoner, Jr.

RELIGIOUS STUDIES:
REL 2029  Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Profs. R Robert, Jr. and Reem Meshal 

REL 4006  History of the Christian Church
Prof. R Robert, Jr.

Honors College

HNRS 2002  Seminar and Lectures in Roman and Medieval Civilization
Profs. D Lamonica, Jeffrey Herndon, Ann Holmes, Mary Sirridge, Robert McMahon, and Margaret Parker

College of Art and Design

ART HISTORY:
ART 2411  Survey of Asian Art
Prof. Fredrikke Scollard 

ART 4405  Early Christian and Byzantine Art
Prof. Kirstin Noreen 

ART 4424  High Renaissance and Mannerist Painting in Italy
Prof. Mark Zucker 

ART 4441  Chinese Painting
Prof. Fredrikke Scollard 

College of Music and Dramatic Arts

MUSIC:
MUS 4749  Shakespeare and Verdi
Profs. Susannah Monta and Andreas Giger

Courses for summer 2006

College of Arts and Sciences

ENGLISH:
ENG 2148  Intro to Shakespeare
Prof. TBA 

ENG 3020  British Literature I: The Middle Ages, Renaissance, & 18th Century
Prof. TBA 

RELIGIOUS STUDIES:
REL 2029  Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Prof. Rodger Payne 

College of Art and Design

ART HISTORY:
ART 4420  Islamic Art and Architecture
Staff

Note to MARIS Faculty:

Build library use into your syllabus!  Each department's library liaison and Special Collections curator Elaine Smyth are available to give library instruction class sessions tailored to specific course needs.  Smyth can also arrange for classes to use Special Collections materials on-site in Hill Memorial Library.  Call 8-6547 or email her at esmyth@lsu.edu.

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Courses listed in the General Catalog: 


Classes in the College of Arts and Sciences
Eng 2148  Shakespeare (3)
Eng 3020   British Literature I: The Middle Ages,  Renaissance, & 18th c. (3)
Eng 4011 History of the English Language (3)
Eng 4030    Studies in the Middle Ages (3)
Eng 4040 Studies in the Age of Elizabeth (3)
Eng 4041 Studies in the 17th century (3)
Eng 4137 Studies in Chaucer (3)
Eng 4147 Studies in Milton (3)
Eng 4148  Studies in Shakespeare (3)
Eng 7030     Middle English Literature (3)
Eng 7034 Western Literary Heritage: The Medieval Phase (3)
Eng 7040  16th century literature (3)
Eng 7041        17th century literature (3)
Eng 7047 Renaissance Poetry (3)
Eng 7048   Renaissance Drama (3)
Eng 7137  Chaucer (3)
Eng 7147 Milton (3)
Eng 7912 Old English (3)
Eng 7913   Middle English (3)
Eng 7934    Studies in Middle English (3)
Eng 7937  Beowulf (3)
Eng 7940 Studies in Nondramatic 16th century literature
Eng 7941 Studies in Nondramatic 17th century literature
Eng 7943  Studies in Shakespeare (3)
Eng 7948 Studies in Pre-Shakespearean Drama (3)
Fren 4000   Old French and Medieval Literature (3)
Fren 4010 French Literature of the 16th century (3)
Fren 4020 French Literature of the 17th century (3)
Fren 7005 François Villon and his age (3)
Fren 7006    Studies in Medieval French Literature (3)
Fren 7012  Studies in 16th century French Literature (3)
Fren 7013 Montaigne (3)
Fren 7021    French Classicism (3)
Fren 7022    Studies in 17th century French Literature (3)
Germ 3081    Survey of German Literature: the beginning to 1350 (3)
Germ 3490 Germanic Saga and Legend (3)
Germ 4003 Middle High German (3)
Germ 4041 Special topics in Older Germanic Literature (3)
Hist 2011 England: Roman times through 1688 (3)
Hist 2020 Medieval Europe (3)
Hist 2085 Colonial Latin America (3)
Hist 2095 East Asian Civilization to 1800 (3)
Hist 4006   History of the Christian Church: 450-1350 (3)
Hist 4007 The Early Middle Ages, 300-1100 (3)
Hist 4008 The Later Middle Ages, 1100-1500 (3)
Hist 4009    The Renaissance (3)
Hist 4011  The Age of the Reformation (3)
Hist 4021 France to 1770 (3)
Hist 4024   The Dutch Republic and Empire (3)
Hist 4043 Tudor England (3)
Hist 4044 Stuart England (3)
Hist 4091  China to 1600 (3)
Hist 4093   Pre-modern Japan (3)
Hist 4095 The Middle East to 1800 (3)
Hist 4191   Religions of China and Japan (3)
Hist 7915   Reading Seminar in Medieval Europe (3)
Hist 7916   Reading Seminar in Renaissance and Reformation (3)
Hist 7917   Reading Seminar in Early Modern Europe (3)
Hist 7922   Reading Seminar in European History to 1650 (3)
Ital 3071    Survey of Italian Literature (3) origins to Renaissance
Ital 4051 Dante (3)
Ital 4052    The Renaissance (3)
Latn 4006  Medieval and Renaissance Latin (3)
Phil 2033       History of Ancient and Medieval Philosophy (3)
Phil 4928  Augustine, Anselm, and Aquinas (3)
Poli 4081   History of Political Theory from Plato to Aquinas (3)
Poli 4082    History of Political Theory from Machiavelli to Burke (3)
Poli 7981  Seminar in Classical and Medieval Political Theory (3)
Poli 7982   Seminar in Early Modern Political Theory (3)
Rel 2029   Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (3)
Rel 4006   History of the Christian Church: 450-1350 (3)
Rel 4011 The Age of the Reformation (3)
Rel 4095 The Middle East to 1800 (3)
Rel 4191   Religions of China and Japan (3)
Span 4007  Spanish Medieval Literature (3)
Span 4053 Special topics in Golden Age prose (3)
Span 4054  Special topics in Golden Age Lyric and Dramatic (3)
Span 7930 Studies in Medieval Spanish Literature (3)

Classes in the Honors College
Hnrs 1101-3   Seminar and Lectures in Comparative Civilizations (6)
Hnrs 2002-4 Seminar and Lectures in Roman and Medieval Civilization (6)
Hnrs 3001   European Civilization from 1400 to 1789 (4)


Classes in the College of Design

Art 2411    Survey of Asian Art (3)
Art 2469   Italian Renaissance Art (3)
Art 4405  Early Christian and Byzantine Art (3)
Art 4406 Romanesque Art (3)
Art 4412  Gothic Art (3)
Art 4413   German and Netherlandish Painting (3)
Art 4423 Early Renaissance Painting in Italy (3)
Art 4424  High Renaissance and Mannerist Painting in Italy (3)
Art 4425 Renaissance Sculpture in Italy
Art 4427 Northern Baroque Art (3)
Art 4429     Southern Baroque Art (3)
Art 4441 Chinese Painting (3)
Art 4443    Indian Art (3)
Art 4444  Southeast Asian Art (3)

Classes in the College of Music and Dramatic Arts
Mus 1753 Survey of Music History I (3) 400-1730
Mus 4750 Music of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance (2) 800-1600
Mus 4755 Hymnology and Church Music (3)
Mus 7741 History of Music Theory I (3) 500-1600
Mus 7751 Ancient and Medieval Music (3)
Mus 7752 Music of the Renaissance (3)
Thtr 4120 Drama from Aeschylus to Ibsen (3)
Thtr 7902 History of the Theatre: Medieval and Renaissance periods
Thtr 7910

Seminar in Drama: Classical to Renaissance

 

      
      
     
      
      
      
      
      
      

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