William North: Courses

  • EUST 110: Introduction to European Studies
  • EUST 110: The Age of Cathedrals
  • HIST 110: Saints, Sinners and Philosophers in Late Antiquity
  • HIST 130: The Formation of Early Christian Thought
  • HIST 137:  Before Europe: The Early Medieval World, 250-1050
  • HIST 199:  Foreign Language Option
  • HIST 230:  The Early Medieval World: Institutional Structure and Culture in the Middle Ages
  • HIST 233: Cultures of Empire: Byzantium 718-1453
  • HIST 234: France in the Making, 987-1461
  • HIST 238-02: Gender and Ethics in Late Medieval France
  • Hist.238-01: Papacy, Church and Empire in the Age of Reform
  • Hist.238-03: The World of Bede
  • Hist.298: Junior Colloquium
  • HIST.330/395: Gender, Ethics and Power in Medieval France
  • HIST.331/395: Controversial Histories: Ideological Conflict and Consensus in the Pre-modern World
  • Hist.333: Iconoclasm
  • HIST.391 Augustine's Confessions
  • HIST.391 Plutarch-Life of Pericles
  • HIST.395: Medieval Frontiers
  • Hist.400: Comprehensive Exercise Seminar
  • Independent Studies (History 290,291,390): approximately 35 independent studies since 2002. from 1-10 people, many focused on reading and discussing historical sources in original Latin and Greek. Often addressed topics not offered in curriculum but dovetail with it: for example, Medieval Irish Archaeology or Medieval Banking and Corporations.

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