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    Vassar College
  Feb 20, 2018
Catalogue 2017-2018

Medieval and Renaissance Studies Program

Director: Nancy Bisaha;

Steering Committee: Mark C. Amodio (English), Roberta Antognini (Italian), Nancy Bisaha (History), Mita Choudhury (History), Leslie C. Dunn (English), Yvonne Eletb (Art), Eugenio L. Giustia (Italian), J. Bert Lott (Greek and Roman Studies), Zoltán Márkusa (English), Karen Robertson (English), Andrew Tallon (Art);

Participating Faculty: Debra Bucher (Library), Eve D’Ambra (Art), Robert DeMaria (English), Curtis Dozier (Greek and Roman Studies), Marc Epstein (Religion), Don Foster (English), Dorothy Kim (English), Susan Donahue Kuretsky (Art), Brian R. Mann (Music), Ronald Patkus (Library), Christopher Raymond (Philosophy), David Tavárez (Anthropology), Denise A. Walen (Drama).

a On leave 2017/18, first semester
b On leave 2017/18, second semester

The Medieval and Renaissance Studies program is designed to provide the student with a coherent, multidisciplinary, and cross-cultural course of study of the arts, history, literature, and thought from late antiquity to the 18th century.



Correlate Sequence in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Approved Courses


Medieval/Renaissance Studies: I. Introductory

Medieval/Renaissance Studies: II. Intermediate

Medieval/Renaissance Studies: III. Advanced