Director: Zoltán Márkus;
Steering Committee: Mark C. Amodio (English), Nancy Bisaha (History), Mita Choudhury (History), Curtis Dozier (Greek and Roman Studies), Leslie C. Dunn (English), Yvonne Eleta (Art), Marc Epstein (Religion), Elizabeth Lastrab (Art), Zoltán Márkus (English), Ronald Patkus (Library), Agnes Veto (Jewish Studies), Denise A. Walen (Drama).
Participating Faculty: Debra Bucher (Library), Eve D’Ambra (Art), Robert DeMariaa (English), J. Bert Lottab (Greek and Roman Studies), Brian R. Mann (Music), Christopher Raymond (Philosophy), David Tavárezb (Anthropology).
a On leave 2022/23, first semester
b On leave 2022/23, second semester
ab On leave 2022/23
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
Departmental Courses Accepted for Credit
Art, Music, and Drama
History, Philosophy, Religion, and Anthropology
Language and Literature
**Other Greek and Roman Studies courses may also count for MRST credit in consultation with the program director**
Courses Originating in Medieval and Renaissance Studies