Wilfrid Laurier University Undergraduate Academic Calendar - 2012/2013
Canadian Excellence

Medieval Studies Program

Medieval studies is a broad category of study that analyses cultural materials from the era c. 500-1500 AD. These materials include myths, philosophy, history, heroic stories, theology, combat, fine arts, language, military history, manuscripts, literature, politics, music, economics, calligraphy, urban studies, architecture, language history, images, philosophy of science, cultural studies, gender studies, and many other areas and disciplines. Study of the medieval era frequently requires an inherent interdisciplinary approach as well as a variety of intellectual approaches. Medieval studies in modern universities also include courses in medievalism, that is, the study of the representations of medieval cultures in modern or contemporary cultures.

Honours Combination BA and Minor:

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Faculty

Medieval Studies Co-ordinating Committee
Course Offerings
Course # Title Credits
ML100 Discovering the Middle Ages 0.5
ML201 The Church and its Impact (Life and Culture) 0.5
ML202 Privilege and Practice 0.5
ML203 An Introduction to Medieval Manuscripts 0.5
ML300 Special Topics 0.5
ML400 Senior Seminar in Medieval Studies 0.5
ML401 The Medieval Book 0.5
ML451 Representations of Medieval Women 0.5
ML499 Directed Study 0.5

Senate/Editorial Changes

Senate Revision April 16, 2012: ML350 and ML471 Cross-listing deleted from EN350 and MU471 respectively; effective September 1, 2012.