Medieval Literature and Culture
This course examines various cultural productions of the Spanish Middle Ages. It includes the study of literary, political, artistic, linguistic, scientific, environmental, and/or religious interchanges that existed among the three dominant cultural communities in Spain—Christian, Jewish, and Muslim—and beyond. Students may be asked to discuss themes such as love, death, power, betrayal, religion, exile, migration, nationalism, and warfare along with the literary and artistic representation of national heroes and anti-heroes, kings, queens, rogues, mystics, knights, saints, and witches.
SPAN 375 B1
Course Format Description
Synchronous online course meeting five times a week. Students must attend classes daily, at the assigned time.