Contact:
Dr. Shelley Wolbrink
Director, Medieval & Renaissance Studies Program
Professor of History
Office: (417) 873-7387
swolbrin@drury.edu

Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor

All prerequisites must be completed prior to enroll-ment in the following courses. Refer to the course descriptions of each course below for prerequisites.

Download the Medieval & Renaissance Studies Minor Advising Sheet (PDF)

Required Core Course (3 hours):
HIST 223: Medieval Europe

Choose a total of 12 hours from at least two different areas:

Art/Architecture
ARTH 310: Medieval Art and Architecture
ARTH 315: Renaissance Art and Architecture
ARTH 316: Venice and the Veneto
ARTH 364: Printed Book at Art and Artifact 1450-1850

ARTH 410: The Medieval Architect: Practive and Product
ARTH 411: Medieval Women: Image, Text, Experience
ARTH/ARCH 390, 490: Selected Topics on the Middle Ages

English
ENGL 201: British Literature I: Medieval through 18th Century
ENGL 305: Studies in Ancient through Medieval Literature (medieval topics only)
ENGL 342: Shakespeare and Ethics
ENGL 390, 490: Selected Topics on the Middle Ages

History
HIST 225: Renaissance and Reformation
HIST 255: Engaging the Past: The Black Death
HIST 273: Rome, the City: Ancient to Renaissance
HIST 322: Film and History: Joan of Arc, Myth and Reality
HIST 342: The European Witch Hunts
HIST 390, 490: Selected Topics on the Middle Ages

Language
FREN 351: Introduction to French Literature I

Library & Information Services
LIBR 364: Printed Book at Art and Artifact 1450-1850

Philosophy/Religion
PHIL/RELG 312: History of Philosophy II: Medieval
PHIL/RELG 390, 490: Selected Topics on the Middle Ages

Independent Research
HNRS 401: Senior Colloquium and Research
ARTH, ENGL, HIST, PHIL, RELG 391, 392, 491, 492: Research
(Prerequisite for Research is at least 9 hours of Medieval and Renaissance Studies coursework.)

Study Abroad
Study abroad is encouraged and several programs may count toward the minor. Please check with the director for consideration.