Medieval and Medievalism Studies is the study of the representational, performative, intellectual and material culture of the period known as the Middle Ages: c. AD 500-1500.
You'll examine how contemporary attitudes towards the Middle Ages are portrayed in concepts of myths, heroes, magic, fantasy, science fiction, crafts and role-playing clubs, films such as the Harry Potter series, television series such as Game of Thrones, and video games such as Assassin's Creed.
Discovering the Middle Ages
You'll have the option to select one of the following courses:
Harry Potter and Medieval Culture
Game of Thrones and History
Digital Valhallas: The Vikings in Video Games
War, Conflict & Rebellion in Late Antiquity, 200-730
War, Conflict & Rebellion in the Middle Ages, 730-1500
In addition, you'll choose 4.0 elective credits in courses that interest you. For detailed information, visit Program Requirements.
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