Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Medieval and Renaissance Studies is an interdisciplinary minor that allows students to connect classes across multiple departments. Classes focus on history and culture from the Fall of Rome to the late 17th century.

The minor in Medieval and Renaissance Studies consists of five or more courses. One course must be at or above the 300 level. The courses listed may be augmented periodically by special courses or seminars appropriate to the minor. Please consult the schedule of classes for the offerings under 298 or 398.



Michael Drout

Professor of English; Professor of English, Director of the Center for the Study of the Medieval

Touba Ghadessi

Associate Professor of the History of Art / Associate Provost for Academic Administration and Faculty Affairs

Montserrat PĂ©rez-Toribio

Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies; Coordinator of the Hispanic Studies Program; Co-director of Mellon Study Away Program in Miami

Dana M. Polanichka

Associate Professor of History; Fall 2019 Resident Director, Wheaton in Bhutan

Francoise Rosset

Associate Professor of Russian; Chair of Russian Department

Evelyn Ruth Staudinger

Professor of the History of Art