Medieval and Renaissance Studies

Castles and cathedrals. Chaucer and Shakespeare. Tales of Troy. Medieval and renaissance studies reflect on history and culture from the Fall of Rome through the late 17th century—a time period with many defining moments for Western civilizations. Wheaton’s medieval and renaissance studies minor spans the disciplines: You will learn about societies in this era through art, music, literature, world cultures, politics, religion, and anthropology. Italian studies, English, or art history majors will especially benefit from this minor.



Michael Drout

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

Touba Ghadessi

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

Montserrat Pérez-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

Francoise Rosset

Associate Professor of Russian; Chair of Russian Department; Women's & Gender Studies Program Coordinator

Evelyn Ruth Staudinger

Professor of the History of Art