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Requirements: Renaissance Studies Minor
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Explore the era of the Renaissance through areas of thought and concepts that range from its art and architecture to its view on its authors, artists, and urban cultures.

 

Three courses from the following four options (12 credits)

  • AH 2013 Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • ES 1005 Europe and Cities: The Italian Renaissance

 

One of these three CL courses:

  • CL 2053 The Golden Age in Spain and Europe
  • CL 2055 Saints and Sinners in the Renaissance
  • CL 3029 Renaissance Comparative Literature: In Praise of Love, Honor, and Folly

 

One of these two GS courses:

  • GS/VC 3014 Art, Culture, and Gender in the Italian Renaissance
  • GS/HI 3026 Women in French Renaissance: From Joan of Arc to Catherine de’ Medici

 

Two courses in two disciplines from the following (8 credits)

if not chosen as an option above

  • AH 2013 Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • AH 3040-3049 Topics in Renaissance Art
  • CL 2053 The Golden Age in Spain and Europe
  • CL 2055 Saints and Sinners in the Renaissance
  • CL 2058 Loves Sacred and Profane in French Lyric
  • CL 3029 Renaissance Comparative Literature: In Praise of Love, Honor, and Folly
  • CL/DR 3038 Shakespeare in Context
  • CL/FM 3048 Shakespeare and Film
  • CL 4000 Interdisciplinary Topics in Literature (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES 1005 Europe and Cities: The Italian Renaissance
  • ES 3000 Topics in European and Mediterranean Cultures (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES/HI 3005 European Urban Culture: Rome, from the Renaissance to the Counter-Reformation
  • ES/HI 3008 European Urban Culture: Amsterdam and Antwerp, from the 15th to the 17th Century
  • ES/HI 3009 European Urban Culture: Venice from the Renaissance to the Fall of the Republic
  • ES/FR 3091 Topics (Sorbonne) (if the topic is appropriate)
  • GS/VC 3014 Art, Culture, and Gender in the Italian Renaissance
  • GS/HI 3026 Women in the French Renaissance: From Joan of Arc to Catherine de’ Medici
  • HI 3091 Topics in History (if the topic is appropriate)
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Requirements: Renaissance Studies Minor

Explore the era of the Renaissance through areas of thought and concepts that range from its art and architecture to its view on its authors, artists, and urban cultures.

 

Three courses from the following four options (12 credits)

  • AH 2013 Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • ES 1005 Europe and Cities: The Italian Renaissance

 

One of these three CL courses:

  • CL 2053 The Golden Age in Spain and Europe
  • CL 2055 Saints and Sinners in the Renaissance
  • CL 3029 Renaissance Comparative Literature: In Praise of Love, Honor, and Folly

 

One of these two GS courses:

  • GS/VC 3014 Art, Culture, and Gender in the Italian Renaissance
  • GS/HI 3026 Women in French Renaissance: From Joan of Arc to Catherine de’ Medici

 

Two courses in two disciplines from the following (8 credits)

if not chosen as an option above

  • AH 2013 Renaissance Art and Architecture
  • AH 3040-3049 Topics in Renaissance Art
  • CL 2053 The Golden Age in Spain and Europe
  • CL 2055 Saints and Sinners in the Renaissance
  • CL 2058 Loves Sacred and Profane in French Lyric
  • CL 3029 Renaissance Comparative Literature: In Praise of Love, Honor, and Folly
  • CL/DR 3038 Shakespeare in Context
  • CL/FM 3048 Shakespeare and Film
  • CL 4000 Interdisciplinary Topics in Literature (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES 1005 Europe and Cities: The Italian Renaissance
  • ES 3000 Topics in European and Mediterranean Cultures (if the topic is appropriate)
  • ES/HI 3005 European Urban Culture: Rome, from the Renaissance to the Counter-Reformation
  • ES/HI 3008 European Urban Culture: Amsterdam and Antwerp, from the 15th to the 17th Century
  • ES/HI 3009 European Urban Culture: Venice from the Renaissance to the Fall of the Republic
  • ES/FR 3091 Topics (Sorbonne) (if the topic is appropriate)
  • GS/VC 3014 Art, Culture, and Gender in the Italian Renaissance
  • GS/HI 3026 Women in the French Renaissance: From Joan of Arc to Catherine de’ Medici
  • HI 3091 Topics in History (if the topic is appropriate)