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MEMS Courses in Spring 2004
RH 6915: Medieval Manuscript Illumination
Dr. David Stanley
In some circumstances it may be possible for advanced undergraduates to enroll in graduate courses; consult with the course instructor.
Dr. James Paxson
Dr. Jack Perlette
Dr. Ira Clark
Dr. Richard Burt
Dr. Mel New
Dr. John Perlette
ENL 6236: Studies in Restoration and 18th-Century Literature - The Rise of the Dunces
Dr. Mel New
(In some circumstances it may be possible for advanced undergraduates to enroll in graduate courses; consult with the course instructor.) This course will cover English literature from 16601745, along with Laurence Sterne’s Tristram Shandy (175967), and will concentrate on the poems and satires of Dryden, Pope, and Swift, and the philosophy of John Locke, among other readings.
Dr. John Sommerville
GER 4400: Medieval Studies in German
Dr. Will Hasty
A reading of short verse narratives produced ca. 1200, combined with a study of Middle High German. Also, there will be an introduction to the production, transmission, and editing of medieval manuscripts. Course conducted in German.
Dr. R. Allen Shoaf
PHH 3400: Modern Philosophy (17th and 18th centuries)
Dr. Dan Kaufman
The course deals with the metaphysics and epistemology of Descartes, Malebranche, Leibniz, Boyle, Locke, and Hume.
Center for Medieval and Early Modern Studies
Will Hasty, 263 Dauer Hall, 273-3780
Mary Watt, 301 Pugh Hall, 392-2422
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