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HIST 237: Gender in Medieval Europe

Students explore the experiences of women in both religious and secular life from the period of the late Roman Empire through the 15th century. Topics include women's roles in the early church, changes in the status of women from the late Roman Empire through the Carolingian period, women's monasticism, marriage and the family in the feudal system, courtly love, and late medieval spirituality. Offered during Interim in alternate years. Counts toward women's and gender studies major and concentration and medieval studies major.

Race and Ethnic Studies

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...majors) HIST 151 Slavery in African History HIST...History of Jazz MUSIC 237 World Music MUSIC...

Women's and Gender Studies

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...gender studies) HIST 224 Modern Germany HIST 231 20th-Century Russia HIST 237 Gender in...

Latin American Studies

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...Authors HIST 126 Conquest and Colonization HIST 193...in American Culture SOAN 237 Forging a Latin...

Medieval Studies

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...Renaissance HIST 210 Major Seminar: European History HIST 237 Gender in Medieval Europe HIST 289...

Management Studies

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...Media HIST 193 Modern Latin America HIST 222...The Arab World SOAN 237 Forging a Latin...

Chinese

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...237 Modern Chinese Literature and Society HIST 250 Chinese Civilization HIST 251 Modern China HIST...