University Catalog 2020-2021

Medieval & Early Modern Studies (MEMS)

Medieval & Early Modern Studies (MEMS)

MEMS 1290  Semester Aboard  (1-20)  

Semester Abroad. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 1940  Transfer Coursework  (0-20)  

Transfer Coursework at the 1000 level. Department approval may be required.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 1999  Medieval and Early Modern Events Management  (1-3)  

This course will introduce students to the theory and practice of supporting, promoting, and managing arts and humanities events in general and specifically those focused on the medieval (500-1400) and early modern (1400-1800) periods. Course emphasizes event planning, multimedia communications (creating, editing, producing, and distributing), community outreach, and coordination. Planning events related to the medieval and early modern periods can also involve archival research, image reproduction, preservation, and curatorship. In addition to gaining practical experience in outreach and events management, the course also has a classroom component that will introduce students to contemporary theories of events planning and management, with particular attention on community relationships and inclusivity. Course may be repeated 2 times for credit.

Course Limit: 2

MEMS 2000  Intro to Medieval Studies  (3)  

An introduction to the interdisciplinary nature of medieval studies focusing on the relationships between history, language, and the production of literary texts.

MEMS 2200  Topics in the Early Modern Period  (1-3)  

Topics in the Early Modern Period focuses on specific topics in Early Modernity (1400-1800), inclusive of art, literature, history, philosophy, science, music, language, and religion. Topics, format, and requirements will vary. Course may be repeated 4 times for credit.

Course Limit: 4

MEMS 2201  Topics in the Early Modern Period  (1-3)  

Topics in the Early Modern Period focuses on specific topics in Early Modernity (1400-1800), inclusive of art, literature, history, philosophy, science, music, language, and religion. Topics, format, and requirements will vary. Course may be repeated 4 times for credit.

Course Limit: 4

MEMS 2202  Topics in the Early Modern Period  (1-3)  

Topics in the Early Modern Period focuses on specific topics in Early Modernity (1400-1800), inclusive of art, literature, history, philosophy, science, music, language, and religion. Topics, format, and requirements will vary. Course may be repeated 4 times for credit.

Course Limit: 4

MEMS 2390  Semester Abroad  (1-20)  

Semester Abroad. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 2940  Transfer Coursework  (0-20)  

Transfer Coursework at the 2000 level. Department approval may be required.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 4000  Topics in Medieval Studies  (3)  

Each course will treat a particular area of medieval and early modern studies, within an interdisciplinary framework. Course may be repeated up to 2 times for credit.

Course Limit: 2

MEMS 4990  Honors Thesis  (3)  

Honors Thesis.

MEMS 5000  Honors Thesis  (4)  

Honors Thesis.

MEMS 5190  Semester Abroad  (1-20)  

Semester Abroad. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 5370  Washington Semester  (1-20)  

Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 5380  Junior Year Abroad  (1-20)  

Junior Year Abroad. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 5390  Junior Year Abroad  (1-20)  

Junior Year Abroad. Course may be repeated up to unlimited credit hours.


Maximum Hours: 99

MEMS 5940  Transfer Coursework  (0-20)  

Transfer coursework at the 5000 level. Departmental approval required.


Maximum Hours: 99