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.

Selected topics should be confirmed with the director of medieval and renaissance studies for consideration as minor credit.